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Nov 1, 2011 5

Movie Review: ‘Jack and Jill’ is Full of Family Fun

Posted In: Movies, Product Reviews

Adam Sandler is at it again!   The comedic genius and actor has come out with a Thanksgiving family fun movie, Jack and Jill.  Sandler follows in the footsteps of Eddie Murphy by playing both the parts of Jack Sadelstein and his identical twin sister, Jill.  Jack dreads when his needy sister, Jill, visits his family every Thanksgiving, because she always seems to ruin everything.  Jack’s wife (Katie Holmes) and kids, must deal with the sibling bickering.  If Sandler can pull off Eddie Murphy’s The Nutty Professor routine, Jack and Jill will have you laughing from start to finish.

How do you handle your partner’s family feuds?

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Jan 6, 2011 0

Kevin Spacey Doesn’t Need an American Beauty

Posted In: Guest Posts, Love, Relationship Advice Articles, Single Celebrities
Cupid's Pulse Article: Kevin Spacey Doesn’t Need an American Beauty
Photo: NYTimes.com

By Jenna Barbieri

This weekend at The Times Center in Manhattan, famous legends of film, theater, music and dance will join together to express their shared love for the arts at the 10th Anniversary of Arts & Leisure Weekend.  Kicking off the spectacular event tonight will be none other than two-time Academy Award-winning actor-director-producer, Kevin Spacey.

Though currently starring as disgraced former lobbyist Jack Abramoff in Casino Jack, Spacey has a much bigger responsibility serving as creative director of The Old Vic theater in London for the last seven years.  So what makes it so easy for Spacey to drop what he’s doing and hop an eight-hour flight to New York?  Perhaps it’s because he has no “ball and chain” to hold him back.

That’s right, the 51-year-old film legend’s ring finger bares no band.  In fact, it never has!  Yet Spacey continues to squeeze out every ounce of creative energy he has in him year after year.  Which begs me to question, can being married to the arts act as a healthy alternative to being married to a significant other?

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