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Five Movies that Aspen Residents Are Bound To Love

Aspen, Colorado has some of the most exquisite scenery in the world. The residents of the city are proud of their great success in the tourism industry and it has led to an increase that business owners appreciate. Going to Aspen for winter skiing has become a ritual for many people who prefer the serene surroundings and the various resorts developed with guests in mind. It’s an amazing place to live and here are five movies that Aspen residents are bound to love. 1. “Aspen Extreme” (1993) This movie combines romance with sports and adventure. It is the story of

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5 Things You Should Know About How to Get Away with Murder's Karla Souza

5 Things You Should Know About How to Get Away with Murder's Karla Souza
Karla Souza may play meek and mild Laurel on the ABC hit How to Get Away with Murder, but the actress's bold and daring personality in real life may surprise you.

Here are five things you should know about the rising star:

1. She's actually already a big celebrity in Mexico – and her fans are rabid.

"I've done about 15 movies and four television series in Mexico," Souza, 28, tells People. "My last two movies were the highest grossing in Mexican-cinema history – Nosotros los Nobles and Instructions Not Included."

Even early on in her career, Souza had a fervent fan base: "One time,
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28 Things We Learned From the Commentary Track for ‘The Kingdom’

It’s a wild career Peter Berg has created for himself. The kid from Shocker and Aspen Extreme grew up to have an eclectic mix of directorial offerings. Everything from wicked, black comedies like Very Bad Things and damn solid action flicks like The Rundown. He’s even dabbled in the Summer blockbuster like Hancock and this Friday’s Battleship. I think that movie made Cole angry. Berg’s most important work of art came in the form of Friday Night Lights, arguably the best show in the past decade. You be the judge which side of that fence I fall on. Clear eyes. Full heart. Can’t Lose. But we can’t exactly run a Commentary Commentary on the full series run of that show. That would take too long, and there’s not enough Monster in the world to keep the writing juices flowing. So we’ll do one on The Kingdom, Berg
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Californication Review: Man Pound

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As Mike Tyson once said, "everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face."

Well, Hank Moody's plan to turn down Samurai did not go as scripted, but somehow taking a punch from Peter Berg came across like a fitting moment in this week's "The Way of the Fist." Just like driving a Porsche with both headlights intact seemed out of character for Hank last episode, it didn't really feel like the season was under way until Hank got into fisticuffs with someone. 

Despite the fresh shiner, Hank still seemed off his game when he decided against telling Becca about Tyler's extra curricular activities at the club. The overly protective Hank has given Becca numerous reasons to hate him over the years, so why in this case would he care about hurting her one more time if it served to only benefit her in the end? My guess
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DVD Release: Chalet Girl

DVD Release Date: Jan. 31, 2012

Price: DVD $24.98

Studio: IFC/Mpi

Felicity Jones (l.) takes it to the Alps in Chalet Girl.

Adorable Felicity Jones (The Tempest) stars in the snowy 2011 romantic comedy film Chalet Girl.

Reminiscent of a female Aspen Extreme, the movie stars Jones as pretty tomboy Kim, a one-time champion skateboarder who now flips burgers to support herself and her dad. Opportunity comes knocking when she lands a winter-long catering job in a plush ski chalet in the Austrian Alps.

At first, Kim is overwhelmed by this bizarre new world of champagne-sipping posh people, epic mountains and waist-deep powder. But then she discovers snowboarding, and her natural talent soon sees her training for the end-of-season competition, which could win her major prize money and maybe even the affections of her boss’ handsome son Jonny (Ed Westwick, TV’s Gossip Girl).

Directed by Phil Traill (TV’s Men of a Certain Age
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Blu Monday: Serial Killers and The Tree of Life

Your Weekly Source for the Newest Releases to Blu-Ray Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

Aspen Extreme (1993)

Synopsis: T.J. and his friend Dexter quit their jobs in Detroit to become ski-instructors in Aspen. While T.J. advances to the most popular instructor of the school during the season, he has to take care for Dexter, who’s future is less bright and who’s eventually thinking about jobbing as drug courier – bringing their friendship to a test. Meanwhile the rich business woman Brice supports T.J. in his writing ambitions and invites him to live at her home. But in her absence he falls in love with the stunningly beautiful blond radio moderator Robin. (

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The Bad Seed (1956)

Synopsis: An ideal housewife begins to suspect her loving eight-year-old daughter may be a heartless killer. (

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Audio Commentary Featurette Theatrical Trailer

Beautiful Boy (2010)

Synopsis: Bill and
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What I Watched, What You Watched: Installment #83

I have quite the variety of films I watched this week from the random early '90s sports flick, to the small Gus Van Sant flick, to the late '40s near-noir. In short, it was a good week of movie watching. Let's get to it...

Paranoid Park (2007) Quick Thoughts: This had been in my Instant Queue for about a year or so based on a lot of good things I'd heard about it. The less-than-90-minute runtime was the reason I finally decided to watch it as I wanted something that wasn't too long to watch one night before calling it a day. If I wanted to simplify it down to a sentence, I'd say Paranoid Park proves Gus Van Sant is a true storyteller.

The film deals with Alex (Gabe Nevins), a skateboarder that finds himself working out just what he should do following the accidental death of a security guard.
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Can We Please See Bruce Campbell v. Paul Gross?

Can We Please See Bruce Campbell v. Paul Gross?
The other day I started the Inglorious Basterds Blu-ray at a friends place and was greeted by an extra-hairy, gunslinging Paul Gross in a trailer for the upcoming Canadian comedy Gunless.* It's the story of -- get this -- a gunslinger who calls out a surly blacksmith (played by Tyler Mane, the new Michael Myers), only to find out that the town doesn't have one working pistol for the showdown. I laughed, put it on my mental movie to-do list, and carried on. But then I watched it again over at Quiet Earth (embedded after the jump), and found myself wondering: When will we get a Paul Gross v. Bruce Campbell showdown?

You know Gross ... right? No? He's the cutie T.J. Burke from Aspen Extreme. The red-clad mountie in Due South. Chris Cutter in Men with Brooms. The writer, director, and star of the 2008 Wwi war movie Passchendaele. And if you missed all that,
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