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Hollie Cavanagh: Cavanagh had the final spot of the night, and she is just too cute -- like a partly British real-life Tinkerbell. I could listem to Cavanagh and her parents speak all night. Cavanaugh, born in 1993, performed Celine Dion’s cover of Laura Branigan’s “Power of Love.” It is a big song for a little girl, and she missed a few notes in performance, but that’s just a quibble. Lopez and Tyler noticed the pitch problems, but praised her performance. Jackson said she blew it out of the box.
"Dancing With the Stars literally saved my butt," the singer joked to George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America early Tuesday -- less than 12 hours after she and partner Tony Dovolani were voted off.
NOTE: For point of reference — yours and mine — here is an alphabetical listing of the 97 Oscar-eligible films from 2011 (films that played in New York and Los Angeles for at least a week this year) that I have seen as of this writing, many more than once: 30 Minutes or Less, 50/50, The Adventures of Tintin, Albert Nobbs, Another Happy Day, Arthur, Bad Teacher, Battle for Brooklyn, The Beaver, Beginners, Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey, A Better Life, Better This World, Bill Cunningham New York, Blackthorn, Bridesmaids, Brighton Rock, Buck, Butter, Captain America: The Last Avenger, Carnage, Contagion, Coriolanus, Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel, Cowboys & Aliens, Crazy Stupid Love, A Dangerous Method, The Debt, The Descendants, The Devil’s Double, Drive, Everything Must Go, Exporting Raymond, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Guard, The Hangover Part II, Hanna, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Hell and Back Again, The Help, Higher Ground, Horrible Bosses, Hot Coffee, Hugo, If a Tree Falls, Immortals, In the Land of Blood and Honey, Into the Abyss, The Iron Lady, J. Edgar, Jane Eyre, Jane’s Journey, The Kid with a Bike, Koran by Heart, The Lady, Limitless, The Loving Story, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Meek’s Cutoff, Meet Monica Velour, Melancholia, Midnight in Paris, Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol, My Week with Marilyn, Our Idiot Brother, Page One: Inside the New York Times, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory, Pearl Jam Twenty, Pina, Project Nim, Puncture, Rampart, Rango, Rebirth, Restless, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Rum Diary, Semper Fi: Always Faithful, Senna, A Separation, Sing Your Song, Source Code, Straw Dogs, Super 8, Take Shelter, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Tower Heist, The Tree of Life, Under Fire: Journalists in Combat, W.E, Warrior, The Way, We Need to Talk About Kevin, We Were Here, Win Win, and Young Adult.
Next week's finale is all about graduation: Who will say goodbye, who will stick around and what does this mean for glee club in season four?
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The difference is that Lagerfeld, who has amassed almost 600 pages of her activities, thinks it could be amusing to make a “little book” of Choupette’s diary -- and probably will. The rest of us have to make do with pet photo albums on our Facebook pages.
It's hard to believe that a black-and-white silent movie was even made in 2011; that it also turned out to be the best film of the year is simply amazing. The French-financed, Harvey Weinstein-distributed production reunites the team behind the 007-parodying OSS franchise -- writer/director Michel Hazanavicius and actors Jean Dujardin (France's George Clooney) and Berenice Bejo (Hazanavicius' wife) -- in a dramedy about a pair of star-crossed lovers in late-1920s/early-1930s Hollywood: a silent-era matinee idol whose career crashes to a halt after the advent of talkies and a young woman whom he literally bumped into and took under his wing whose career simultaneously explodes. A loving ode to film history which I described in September as "visually beautiful, deeply engaging, and irresistably charming," it ends on a high reminiscent of Slumdog Millionaire (2008), and has managed to win over even the most reluctant of moviegoers while playing virtually every stop on the festival circuit since Cannes (where Dujardin was named best actor), picking up audience awards all along the way (including the Hamptons, San Sebastian, St. Louis, Chicago, and Austin film fests'). Ironically, it captures the current zeitgeist even more than most films set in the present by showing how technological advances coupled with an economic downturn can upend anyone, but that -- with drive, determination, and a little help from one’s friends (and animals) -- a comeback is always possible.
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