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Betty White's Deadpool Review Is In: 'Ryan Reynolds Looks So F*cking Handsome'! Watch The Ringing Endorsement HERE!

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From what we hear Deadpool is NOT for sensitive eyes!

It apparently has so much gratuitous violence and graphic nudity, it can't be shown in China at all!

But we guess that means it's right up Betty White's alley!

Video: Ryan Reynolds Dishes On His Nude Fight Scene In Deadpool!

The 94-year-old Hot In Cleveland star gave her own very special review for the movie — hitting theaters everywhere February 12 — and mostly had positive things to say…

…about Ryan Reynolds' hawtness that is! LOLz!

Ch-ch-check out the foul-mouthed celeb endorsement (below)!

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Vatican Paper SLAMS Star Wars: The Force Awakens For Not Being Evil Enough?! See The Reasoning HERE!

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The Force isn't strong in the Vatican.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opened last Friday and has not only broken all kinds of box office records, but has received rave reviews from critics across the globe.

Unfortunately, there's one newspaper that didn't think the new sci-fi adventure was most impressive — the Vatican's daily newspaper L'Osservatore Romano.

Related:Sports Anchor Crammed 25 Star Wars References NFL Game Recap!

The paper not only criticized the most recent entry in the Star Wars saga, calling it "confused and hazy" but states it is:

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Melissa McCarthy Slammed As “Tractor-Sized” By Disgustingly Insulting Movie Critic!

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We are so NOT cool with this!

Melissa McCarthy is a queen - a HIGHlarious, talented, delightful, charming, adorbz QUEEN!

But some movie critic decided to go far beyond being offensive when he reviewed her new flick, Identity Thief.

Rex Reed of the New York Observer woke up on the freaking stupid wrong side of the bed when he described the actress in the article as:

“[C]acophonous, tractor-sized Melissa McCarthy.”

And no, it doesn’t end there as he continued with the petty insults by further describing her as:

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Adam Lambert Clarifies Cruel Les Misérables Critique

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Now that everyone and their mom Russell Crowe has seen Adam Lambert's tough review of Les Misérables, the singer is changing his tune!

Adam took to Twitter (again) to explain what he really meant when he said the musical's "score suffered massively with great actors PRETENDING to be singers."

The former American Idol contestant clarified:

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James Franco Isn't A Fan Of Twilight's Vampire Sex


The latest Twilight installment really made James Franco's blood boil, especially all that vampire sex.

So to vent his frustrations he wrote a scathing movie review for The Paris Review.


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Sorry Russ! No One Seems To Like Arthur!

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Ouch! This stings!!!

Then again, these are just the critics! What do they know!

This weekend, the box office belongs to Russell Brand as two of his movies are poised to take it all: his animated venture, Hop, and his remake of the Dudley Moore/Liza Minelli classic, Arthur.

As it is the latter's opening weekend, we've just gotten our hands on the reviews for the flick. To be brief - no one really liked it. We'll be making our own judgements when we see it, but for the time being, here's what everyone else had to say:

New York Daily News:

"There are two signs that the new Arthur is a badly slurring shadow of the 1981 mini-classic starring Dudley Moore. The first is a small but notable difference on the movie poster. On the original, the ‘a’ in Arthur is leaning precariously against the ‘r,’ as if recovering from a tough night out. The new logo is straight-ahead, boring, typical. The second and more crucial alteration is that this Arthur is missing a soul.”

LA Weekly:

"Maybe the 1981 film isn’t exactly a sacred cow, but from the temperance subplot that replaces the original’s unrepentant celebration of Arthur’s obliteration to the sh*tty up-tempo cover of Christopher Cross’s karaoke classic “Arthur’s Theme,” this remake seems to exist only to zap the original of its minor pleasures.”

New York Times:

“What is supposed to be Arthur’s maturation is actually regression, as if he were trading in the whiskey bottle for the baby bottle. He rejects the corruptions of adulthood imposed by his ruthless mother and his sexually predatory fiancée in favor of a relationship characterized by unthreatening, childlike innocence. He and Naomi eat Pez candy on their first date and share their happy-ending kiss in a room full of kindergartners. Never have I needed a drink so badly.”

Wow! How about you guys say what you really feel???

When you remake a movie, there are always going to be comparisons…but the younger audience that is bound to go see this in droves this weekend will have probably never seen the original, so they'll have nothing to compare it to.

Maybe audiences will like it more, Russ! Don't let this get you down!

How many of U are planning to see this movie this weekend?

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Xtina Gets Panned By Critics



No one can deny that Christina Aguilera is an amazing singer and performer on stage, but critics are saying that her acting needs some work.

Variety's Peter Debruge said:

"Aguilera, while undeniably entertaining when her character is onstage, cannot spin the slight backstory into anything resembling a full-blooded person. It's a shortcoming, considering how much Tucci and Cher are able to do with their relatively minor roles."

Ouch. Maybe she'll do better next time!

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