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Screen Actors Guild Awards Fashion

Tonight’s Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet had an equal mix of good and bad looks but nothing that blew my mind with fabulousity or atrociousness. Here are some of the stand outs and misses from the night.

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Gone stars Amanda Seyfried in this suspense thriller about a young woman who is said to be a little unhinged after she supposedly taken from her house by a strange man and then somehow escaped. The police don’t believe her at all and think she’s crazy so much so they once put her in a mental institution.

One night her sister mysteriously disappears and she believes that the man who took her has taken her sister. It then becomes a big thing where this woman is trying to find a kidnapper and her sister and the police are looking for her because they believe her to be unstable. Basically it’s a hot mess of a movie that pissed me off because I hate when people just act stupid and when a plot makes no sense. I won’t give away anything in case someone wants to go see this movie but things just made no sense. Like how did the killer know she would take the steps she did to try to get to him? It’s just so convoluted and ridiculous. When the movie I was pretty sure I pegged from the beginning came to an end, it was the most unsatisfying thing ever.

If it had happened the way I thought it would end, I wouldn’t have been upset. It would have been predictable but at least it would have made some kind of sense. This ending that we got was just very nonsensical. Anyway clearly no one really wanted to see this movie because it came out last week and I think it’s gone (get it lol) already.

Gone is in theaters now. Check out the trailer below.

In Time

In Time stars Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried in a movie set in the future, where people stop again at the age of 25 and in order to stop overpopulating the earth, people are genetically engineered to live for one more year after 25. With this system, time becomes the new currency with the wealthy being able to live forever and the poor having to beg, borrow and steal to make it though the day. Timberlake plays Will Salas, who finds himself accused of murder and on the run with a hostage, whose connection becomes important in the fight against the system. The premise of this movie with time becoming currency and people not aging had the potential to be a really good movie. I really had high hopes for Justin. I thought maybe this movie would be his big movie. It had such potential and completely blew it. Ok maybe not completely but man the movie was not good. The dialogue was bad and there were so many awkward pauses in the dialogue. It just made no sense. You would think that with some of the people in this cast (Cillian Murphy, Matt Bomer, Vincent Kartheiser) and the person who directed it (Andrew Niccol; Truman Show) that this would be at least a B- movie but sadly it was more like a D/C-. Timberlake’s last movie, Bad Teacher was almost as bad as this one. I think it might be time for Justin to get back to music full-time. Hollywood has given him enough movies to show that he can carry a movie and he has disappointed. He is hilarious when he does SNL or small smaller roles but he can’t carry a movie and should stop trying. Get back to making me a new album Justin.

In Time In Theaters Now

Throwback: Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has finally gotten a job. No not an acting job no one pays her to do that anymore. Playboy is going to be paying her almost $1 million to pose for their magazine. This sounds like an amazing career move. I mean this is what the greats do when they are as talented as she is. She also is heading back to court for violating parole by not doing community service hours she was assigned. So in honor of all Lindsay’s recent trouble and new job, I want to look back at some of the hits from the career of the 25 yr old that started so promising and has taken the turn for the absolute worse. Continue reading Throwback: Lindsay Lohan