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by JC Burton,posted Aug 7 2012 3:14PM
NEW MOVIES for August 10
ALL REVIEWS FROM ‘DAILY VARIETY’ AND ‘THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER’
THE BOURNE LEGACY-- (3600 Screens) “THE BOX-OFFICE MUSCLE OF THIS FINAL MAJOR NAME-BRAND ATTRACTION OF THE SUMMER WILL BE CONSIDERABLE. HOWEVER, IT WILL PALE IN COMPARISON TO PREVIOUS ENTRIES IN THIS FRANCHISE.” Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton, Stacy Keach, Dennis Boutsikaris, Oscar Isaac, John Arcilla, Albert Finney, David Strathairn and Scott Glenn. 2 Hours and 15 Minutes. Rated PG-13.
THE CAMPAIGN-- (3300 Screens) “WILL FERRELL & ZACH GALIFIANAKIS MAKE FOR ENTERTAINING RIVALS IN A FLIMSY POLITICAL SATIRE THAT TOO OFTEN MISTAKES BAD TASTE FOR COMEDY. IT HAS THE INGREDIENTS TO GAIN TRACTION ON OPENING WEEKEND, BUT THEN QUICKLY DISAPPEAR.” Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Sudeikis, Dylan McDermott, John Lithgow, Dan Aykroyd, Brian Cox and Sarah Baker. 1 Hour and 25 Minutes. Rated R.
HOPE SPRINGS-- (Opens Wednesday on 2200 Screens) "MORE COMEDIC DRAMA THAN MIDLIFE ROMANTIC COMEDY, IT OFFERS FEW SURPRISES BUT DELIVERS PLENTY OF WARMTH. ONE CERTAINTY ABOUT ANY NEW MERYL STREEP MOVIE IS THAT CROWDS WILL FLOCK TO SEE THE OSCAR-WINNING ACTRESS. HOWEVER, AS A SUMMER COUNTER-PROGRAMMING STRATEGY, IT MAY NOT POSE A MAJOR CHALLENGE.” Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, Steve Carell, Brett Rice, Mimi Rogers, Elisabeth Shue and Jean Smart. 1 Hour and 9 Minutes. Rated PG-13.
6 Fashion Mistakes Every Woman Makes from thegloss.com
Wearing jeans that give you a muffin top. It's not your fault! Do you remember how popular low rise jeans were? No one was able to find a pair that fit. Maybe there were two people, but they were almost certainly movie stars, and they have their own problems.
Wearing clothing that is too loose. Not everyone goes too tight, but everyone is ashamed of their imaginary fat at some point and opts for things that are too loose.
Dressing like a child. Not knowing quite how to dress like a grown-up when you go to your first job and realizing you really shouldn't wear hair bows, even though you've been doing it FOREVER.
Going orange. Sun-less tan. Did anyone make it through high school without accidentally turning themselves into a streaky tangerine? Raise your hand. Ah. Wait. Your palms are orange.
Overexposed yourself. At some point - whether it's when you realize that your white dress is see through in bright sunlight, or that whenever you lean over your top gapes open - we've all accidentally flashed someone, right?
Wearing dated items. To be fair, if you give it a year people will just assume you're doing it ironically.
Cut Wedding Cake Costs With These 8 Tips from savvysugar.com
Skip the cake: The popularity of cupcakes has prompted many couples to serve them at their reception. While it's hard not to love the tinier bites of cake goodness, it's not all fad: cupcakes, wedding cookies, and even dessert bars are often less pricey than extravagantly iced tier cakes.
Try ethnic bakeries: A friend of mine bought an affordable but beautiful wedding cake at a Chinese bakery. you'll actually be really surprised.
Go to your local baker: Check with your local baker to see if the costs are cheaper. You can usually get a better price with the ones who don't specialize in wedding cakes. Those who bake from home don't have to pay the overhead costs of a brick and mortar bakery, so that may result in a lower cost as well.
Check out the supermarket: There's a burgeoning trend of supermarket wedding cakes, and many are even adding fancy fondant designs and details. The cost of these grocery store wedding cakes can cost you about $300 — a bargain compared to specialty wedding cakes.
Opt for unstacked cakes: Unstacked cakes on risers are cheaper than tiered cakes, so you might want to go for that option.
Buttercream frosting: Buttercream frosting is cheaper than fondant and tastes even better!
Decorate with real flowers: Instead of intricate flowers made out of fondant or icing, consider decorating the cake with real flowers, perhaps the ones you're using at your wedding.
Serve sheet cake: You can get a smaller cake or have a few fake layers made of cardboard or styrofoam while you cut up and serve sheet cake that's cut out of sight with no one the wiser. Many bakers provide this option, so you should definitely ask them about it.