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License to Wed

In License to Wed, Robin Williams plays a minister who puts couples through flaming hoops before he’ll marry them. Sadie and Ben, played by Mandy Moore and John Krasinski, are blissfully in love but now find their relationship pushed to the limits, going so far as to call off the wedding in order to reevaluate their commitment to one another. 447 more words

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Doug Reviews: 13 Hours (2016)

Michael Bay. His name alone usually elicits disdain from critics and moviegoers alike. So, when the trailers surfaced for the director’s latest film, 13 Hours… 581 more words


Watch Jon Hamm, Nick Jonas and More Do a Dramatic Reading of Justin Bieber's 'Sorry'

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Remember that time a bunch of celebrities recited the lyrics of Drake’sHotline Bling“? Now, Vanity Fair is getting in on the dramatic reading action with a video of 29 popular movie, TV and music stars doing their best renditions of… 101 more words

Watch Nick Jonas, Jon Hamm, And More Celebs Dramatically Recite Justin Bieber's 'Sorry'

Apologies were all the rage at this year’s Sundance Film Festival!

A number of your favorite celebrities (29 to be exact!) lent their theatrical talents to perform a hilarious dramatic reading of… 198 more words


This Dramatic Reading Of Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' Truly Is Art

“Sorry” by Justin Bieber is a total earworm that we’ve all been humming for the past few months, but apparently Jon Hamm never got the memo, ruefully admitting right away that he’s never actually heard the song. 164 more words


WATCH: 29 Celebrities Dramatically Recite Justin Bieber's "Sorry"

You can file this video under things you never realized you needed until now.

Vanity Fair pulled 29 celebrities together at the Sundance Film Festival to perform a dramatic rendition of Justin Bieber’s hit song, “Sorry.” The video was inspired by  184 more words


13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (2016) – Should I Watch It?

Intro to… 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Please Mr Bay, please let this not be another CGI-fest or love story. 627 more words