Tabloid Tell-All — The Weekend Edition

  • N’Sync reunited for Chris Kirkpatrick’s wedding. E! Online
  • Vicki Gunvalson cried herself a river of hypocrisy. Wet Paint
  • Charlie Sheen hates Brooke Mueller . . . and DCFS. TMZ
  • Elizabeth Hurley and Shane Warne reconciled. Express
  • Eva Longoria has a new man. NYDN
  • Miley Cyrus’ tongue was not in Benji Madden’s mouth. EntertainmentWise
  • Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson will never learn. HuffPost
  • Kristen Cavallari and Jay Cutler are on their way to another baby. R29
  • Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis are pregnant. Us Magazine
  • Adrienne Maloof has a new boy toy. DailyMail
  • That old guy and his teenage wife are splitting up. CDAN

Tabloid Gossip — A Full Week of Media Madness

  • Bruce Jenner wasn’t invited to Kim Kardashian’s engagement. DListed
  • Katherine McPhee is embarrassed she got caught cheating. ICYDK
  • Jersey Shore’s Pauly D is having baby mamma drama. LATimes
  • Kelly Clarkson got married. MTV
  • Kendra Wilkinson has a family feud. RumorFix
  • Lily Collins and Zac Efron are dating. Just Jared
  • Olivia Wilde & Jason Sudeikis are pregnant. PopSugar
  • Orlando Bloom & Miranda Kerr separated. CNN
  • Chris Brown got arrested. TMZ
  • 7TH Heaven isn’t so glorious after all. TMZ

‘We’re the Millers’ — Movie Review

WE'RE THE MILLERSA gratuitous stripper scene is always welcome, and Jennifer Aniston does the job well. Unfortunately, that might be the only shocking moment in this Rated R flick, which is a shame considering the rating only serves to unnecessarily lock out a huge part of the public.

The film follows David Burke, a small-time pot dealer who agrees to smuggle drugs across the Mexican border after his entire stash was stolen. He commissions a local stripper named Rose (Jennifer Aniston) to play his wife, in hopes that a faux family might help avert border patrol from any suspicion. He also convinces two troubled teens to act as his children, and the usual antics ensue when just about everything goes wrong.

There’s not much to say about this film other than it’s mildly entertaining with mediocre jokes and an enjoyable cast. But it could have been funnier. That being said, I’d still recommend it. It’s a good enough distraction from your Sunday stroll.

OVERALL RATING: 2.5/5 DISHES