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Friday, June 6, 2008

The View Info – Bette Tapes Wednesday – Airs Friday

‘THE VIEW’ LINEUP

The entertainment lineup for the June 23-25 taping of “The View” at Caesars Palace was announced Thursday, along with ticket information.

Joining Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sherri Shepherd on Monday, June 23, at 8 a.m. (live) will be Jimmy Kimmel, who grew up in Las Vegas and whose Uncle Frank was a security guard at Caesars Palace; cast members of HBO’s hit show “Entourage,” Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Debi Mazur; and musical artist Rhianna. Read More

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TSFM Review: More Reasons To See The Movie


Charlotte Observer
Friday, Jun 6, 2008
Posted on Fri, Jun. 06, 2008
Hunt has ‘Found’ voice as director
By Lawrence Toppman

Helen Hunt has always shown us the same personality: a friendly, slightly anxious, smarter than average (but not too brainy) woman who’s a bit afraid of age and loneliness and tries to approach them with humor. So it’s no surprise that “Then She Found Me,” her debut as director, has exactly that vibe.

Hunt was one of three writers and one of five producers on the film, which adapts Elinor Lipman’s novel, and she stars in a role that has obviously been tailored to her: April Epner, whose life is in turmoil as she approaches her 40th birthday. Both role and movie fit her as comfortable as a favorite bathrobe, and she wins us over long before the final tiny twist of the ending.

The film has reportedly been a decade in the making, sometimes with other stars and definitely with other directors. It has the bad luck to open three weeks after “Baby Mama,” another film about a woman in her late 30s who wants desperately to have a child and finds unexpected romance, but the two are as different as a croissant and a bagel. “Found Me” asks you to invest more in the characters, less in the silly things that happen to them.

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Tip Of The Day

Some said they had trouble seeing the trailer for the original “The Women” Well, incapables, I put it up in Boot Tube Betty as well, so you may not have trouble viewing it there.

Just scroll down til you see “Women Original” and then click on it. Hope that helps:

Click the BootTube Betty Link

Love, Mister D

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Bette Midler in Las Vegas The Showgirl Must Go On From AEGLIVE (Thank You Katrin)

Catch Bette Midler The Showgirl Must Go On live at The Colosseum in Las Vegas

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TSFM Review: Indy.com

Then She Found Me
by Robert Hammerle
Posted: Jun 06, 2008

“Then She Found Me” is a tender, moving little film that stars Helen Hunt, who also directs. While there is nothing unique about its story of a thirty-nine-year-old teacher whose personal life is collapsing while she hears her biological clock ticking, it is so undeniably warm and genuine that you can’t help but wrap your arms around it.

What was so refreshing about this film is that all of the principal characters are real, true to life people. No matter how desperate the circumstance, there is simply no quit in any of them.

Ms. Hunt is devastating as a middle-aged woman whose hope of having a child is brutally interrupted when her mousy husband (the always mousy Matthew Broderick) of less than a year announces that he has made a mistake and wants a divorce. Her emotional turmoil is only heightened by the subsequent death of her adopted mother.

Ms. Hunt is physically startling as she descends into depression and confusion. A primary grade school teacher, she is as shockingly drawn and thin as her hair is stringy and without form. I have seldom seen an actor, particularly a female, courageous enough to appear in a film looking so emotionally haggard.

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TSFM Review: Tulsa World

Tulsa World
Then She Found Me
by: JAMES VANCE World Scene Writer
6/6/2008 12:00 AM

Helen Hunt hasn’t registered very strongly on the big screen since her 1997 Oscar-winning turn in “As Good as It Gets,” but with her new film, “Then She Found Me,” she’s making up for lost time.

As the central character, Hunt is onscreen for virtually the entire film. It also marks her directing debut. And she co-wrote the script. Oh, yeah, and she’s also one of the producers. There’s no indication that she sewed the costumes or painted the sets, but it’s safe to say that if you erased her contribution to this movie, you’d be left with little more than a bag of popcorn and a blank screen.

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