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Jonathan Taylor Thomas On Why He Left Hollywood, And The Drama That Came With It

When Jonathan Taylor Thomas (otherwise known as JTT) left Home Improvement, our preteen hearts shattered into one trillion pieces. We would never know heartbreak like that again (or at least not until Geri left the Spice Girls or when the Backstreet Boys went on hiatus).DisneyAt 16 years old, Thomas was leaving an insanely popular television show in order to live a "normal" life. While others may not understand his choice, JTT says it was something he had to do. ā€œIā€™d been going nonstop since I was 8 years old,ā€ the teenage heartthrob said in 2013. ā€œI wanted to

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Only 90s Kids Will Be Able To Name The Movies These Famous Lines Are From

So you think you're quite the movie buff? You have probably seen quite a few films from the 90s, but it's another thing to be able to tell them all apart. Let's see if you can remember which lines came from what blockbuster movies! We'll tell you the line, and you guess which movie it's from!Answers are at the end, let's go!"Good morning...Oh, and in case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!"iTunes / Robert Ebert / IMP Awards"Show me the money!"iTunes / TorrentKim / Movie Poster"The greatest trick the devil ever pulled

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Jim Carrey Shared The Story Of How He Found Out Tommy Lee Jones Hated Him, And It's Pretty Brutal

Batman Forever is not everyone's favorite movie in the Batman franchise, but it's still pretty decent. If you can appreciate the campy nature then Val Kilmer's version of the caped crusader is absolutely enjoyable.Warner Bros.There were two main villains in this movie, The Riddler and Two Face. They were played by Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones respectively. Even just hearing those two actors mentioned in the same sentence feels wrong. They could not be more different. Jim Carrey is known for his cartoon-like behavior and outlandish sense of humor. Warner Bros.While Tommy Lee Jones has a

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7 Behind-The-Scenes Secrets From Your Favorite 90s Movies

The 1990s were a memorable decade for movies. With the help of computers and special effects, production studios were able to produce more realistic-looking dinosaurs for Jurassic Park and provide the signature "bullet time" effect that The Matrix became known for. Suddenly there were no boundaries or limits to what directors and producers could do in their movies. Film-makers took full advantage of the technological boom and came up with some of the greatest pictures that we still go back and watch now. With millions of dollars at stake, these high priced films, didn't come without drama. What would some