As a film critic, I’ve seen nearly 4,000 movies over the last 15 years. Right now, I can’t think of one worse than Movie 43.
Elizabeth Weitzman at the New York Daily News.
…”I’ll never take down my Cheryl Tiegs poster” (2:41)
The poster Sandler is probably referring to is her 1978 “Pink Bikini” shot, which epitomizes the breezy, beautiful, California girl every boy of a certain age lusted after. Sandler would have been 12 when the poster first came out, which seems about right.
The success of The Hunger Games meant that [Jennifer] Lawrence said goodbye to her old life — which allowed her to disappear into roles in films like Winter’s Bone — and embraced life in the spotlight. Thus far, celebrity has been ridiculously kind to Lawrence. Far and wide, people tweet wishes to be her BFF, or pit her against actresses who have fallen out of favor. Her every stumble or statement is fawned over. But the adoration hints at the backlash that will inevitably come when her very human actions fail to live up to the superhuman expectations thrust upon her.