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It's not politics as usual on an upcoming episode of "The Rachael Ray Show," when Republican presidential nominee John McCain and his wife, Cindy, will take over Rachael's kitchen with their top-secret ribs recipe.
By TARA CAIN TROPIC THUNDER (15) STARS: Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Robert Downey Jr, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, Tom Cruise. DIRECTOR: Ben Stiller.
TomCruise.com, the most visited official male movie star site on the Web, according to Google Website Trends, Compete.com and Quantcast.com, has launched an iPhone friendly version of the site.
AFTER winning plaudits for his comic turn in Ben Stiller movie Tropic Thunder, Tom Cruise reckons he's likely to do more comedy . . . if the right project comes along. "I'm always looking for something new, and Ben's movie is hilarious," Tom told The New York Post.
U.S. actor Tom Cruise has teamed with producer-director Sam Raimi on plans to make a big-budget adaptation of DC Comics' "Sleeper," sources say.
By MAL VINCENT By Mal Vincent The Virginian-Pilot THE PRODUCERS of "Tropic Thunder" have spent $90 million producing a spoof of action movies - specifically, Vietnam flicks, such as "Apocalypse Now" and "Platoon." Is this a sign that we are, at long last, able to put that controversial conflict behind us? Can we now laugh? The humor, though, is pointed more at the vagaries of Hollywood than at anything approximating the real world.
By Jason Foster If comedies could be judged solely on their potential to be funny, then "Tropic Thunder" could've been the "Citizen Kane" of the genre. With a cast that includes Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Robert Downey Jr.
By Jeff Simon Tom Cruise, man, Tom Cruise. Never count a man out when he's got the kind of friends Cruise obviously has.
By Michael Janusonis The freewheeling comedy Tropic Thunder, about a crew making a war movie in Vietnam and unwittingly getting caught up in a real life- or-death adventure, starts off like a house afire.
By Claudia Puig Tom Cruise seems to have regained his cool in Tropic Thunder (*** out of four). Cruise's paunchy studio exec is easily the funniest role of his fairly straight-faced career.
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