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Must Watch: Classic Movies Made Better By Tom Selleck’s Mustache
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Tom Selleck's Mustache, Terminator 2

The Godfather, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Toy Story, Ghostbusters—these are all considered cinema classics by most. But what one thing could make even these movies a whole lot better? That’s right, Tom Selleck’s Mustache.

Selleck has one of the most famous lip coats Hollywood has ever seen, and the addition of it to the iconic characters of these beloved films only fortifies their unbreakable legacies.

You can see a video showing a bunch of movies—including the ones above and many more…like Raiders of the Lost Ark, very fittingly—with the Selleck ‘stache added by clicking on over to the other side now.

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Mustache On Or Off? Tom Selleck Replaces Harrison Ford On ‘Indiana Jones’ Poster
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Here’s a bit of hypothetical fun, just to end off your weekend with.

For those who don’t know, while director Steven Spielberg liked Harrison Ford best for the role of Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark, writer/creator/producer George Lucas didn’t want to cast him because he had already appeared in Lucas’s American Graffiti and Star Wars. The next choice to play Indy was Tom Selleck, but thankfully for us, he decided not to due it due to a commitment to Magnum P.I. that ultimately didn’t even start filming until after Raiders had wrapped. Ah, fate.

To have a little fun with the thought of another actor as Indy, someone decided to make a Raiders of the Lost Ark poster with Selleck front and center as the star. You can click the image to see the poster full-sized, and be sure to share your thoughts on how Tom looks as Indy below!

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Spoiler Talk: Killers
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KillersWell here comes another romantic comedy, which seems to be the style nowadays. That’s right Katherine Heigl, who plays Jen, and Ashton Kutcher, who plays Spencer, bring you Killers. While this film did not necessarily bring a whole lot of new things to the genre, if you enjoy this type of movie, you will probably enjoy this as well.

While Killers was a by-the-numbers kind of movie, it was still a pretty fun popcorn flick, especially with the extremely beautiful Heigl involved. I definitely feel that the movie had a decent supporting cast to add to the two big names as well. When you add in Tom Selleck and Catherine O’Hara as the Kornfelt’s, Jen’s parents, this definitely makes the movie a lot more charming.

Throughout the movie you get a lot of fun action and some pretty decent laughs, but where the movie doesn’t come all the way together is in the execution of both of these genres to their full potential. The action scenes are not as spectacular as they could be and the comedy is definitely not as funny as it could be. The script just doesn’t seem to have been fully realized, which is a shame considering how charming the cast is.

Anyways enough of the chit chat, let’s jump right into some SPOILER TALK! The following are my thoughts, sprinkled with spoilers and you should all put in your thoughts about the movie by stopping by the comment section.

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Blu-ray Review: Family Guy Presents: Something Something Something Dark Side
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family guy something something something dark sideFamily Guy Presents: Something Something Something Dark Side
DVD | Blu-ray
Directed by Dominic Polcino
Starring Seth MacFarlane, Seth Green, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Patrick Warburton, Mike Green
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Release Date: December 22, 2009

Family Guy is at it again with their second visit to the Star Wars universe in Something Something Something Dark Side. After they successfully spoofed Star Wars: A New Hope in humorous but faithful fashion with Blue Harvest, we could hardly wait for more to come around. Now that we have this cartoon version of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back available to us, the trilogy spoof is almost complete!

The best thing about these movies is that everyone can enjoy them. Not everyone is a Star Wars fanatic, so this is a hilarious way for them to see the world and the characters, even if it’s absurdly different from the way that George Lucas created them to be. For those of you non-Star Wars fans, this second film in the series takes place a few years after the Rebel Alliance blew the hell out of the Emperor and Darth Vader’s precious Death Star. Now the Empire is hot on their tail with plans for revenge. After Luke Skywalker comes into his own as a Jedi with intense training by Jedi Master Yoda, he hurries to a showdown with Vader after the evil Sith springs a trap on Han Solo, Princess Leia, and his other companions.

Head on over to the not-so-dark other side for more and to check out a trailer from this new movie.

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Is The World Ready For A ‘Three Men And A Baby’ Trliogy? Steve Guttenberg Thinks So…And More!
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Three Men and a Baby

While on the set of his new movie, Steve Guttenberg spoke to WENN and dropped a mega-bomb on the unsuspecting world: Disney is developing a third movie in their Three Men and a Baby franchise called Three Men and a Bride. Wait, wait — it definitely gets better. Guttenberg also claims that, he Ted Danson, AND Tom Selleck are all set to reprise their roles. Oh, thank you…thank you, God.

The 1987 original movie was a hugely popular hit back in its day. It followed a trio of friends who are living the bachelor life in a sweet bachelor pad before a mysterious baby shows up at their door that supposedly belongs to one of them. Hilarity ensues when these completely unfitting fathers attempt to care for the baby and of its glorious baby habits. The film spawned a sequel entitled Three Men and a Little Lady in which the mother comes back and plans to move the kid to London.

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Deal: ‘Friends’ – The Complete Series DVD Collection
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The Gold Box deal of the day over at Amazon today is Friends – The Complete Series Collection DVD box set for only $114.99 (that’s 62% off the list price of $299.98).

This is a 40-disc DVD collection contains all 10 seasons of the popular NBC sitcom that aired from 1994 to 2004 and has remained on television thanks to major syndication runs. Friends showed a group of 20-something friends — Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross — living in New York City going through all kinds of real-life ups and downs with relationships, jobs, money, and friendship, all to humorous effect.

The six major stars — the “friends” — were played by Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer, but the series had many major guest stars like Aniston’s then-husband Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis, and Danny DeVito, along with a reoccurring role by Tom Selleck as Monica’s older boyfriend.

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