The internet is full of reviews, and some are for Ellen's show! Ellen found some interesting comments on Yelp that she had to share.
Kids say the darnedest things... especially when they're talking to Kevin Nealon.
It earned him his second Oscar nomination; Jonah told Ellen about his incredible performance, and landing the role!
Ellen sent a tweet, and the people of Illinois got it! Check out all of the amazing people and costumes that showed up to be live on the show!
Bart tries to bully Santa into getting him what he wants for Christmas.
He told Ellen about his new projects and how he doesn't want to do anything anymore that, well, sucks.
Six seconds isn't a lot of time to play with, but what Zach King accomplishes is incredible! Ellen met the famous Viner and even had him make a few vines just for her!
Things in Chicago have been pretty serious, weather-wise. The hilarious Steve Harvey weighed in on it with Ellen.
Ellen and Rebel Wilson's new single is everywhere. Even Sochi!
She burst onto the scene with her unforgettable performance in "12 Years a Slave." Ellen met the talented actress and fashion sensation to discuss their upcoming date: the Oscars!
The "Friends" and "Episodes" star told Ellen about his talent for cooking, and the exciting pastime he shares with his daughter.
Her two daughters have great names. See what she told Ellen about naming them, here.
Nemo, a young clownfish is captured and taken to a dentist's office aquarium. It's up to Marlin, his father, and Dory, a friendly but forgetful regal blue tang fish, to make the epic journey to bring Nemo home from Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
Thriller about two brothers who are led into romantic entanglements and homicidal plots by a femme fatale. Starring Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee Patricia Arquette (TV's "Medium," "True Romance"), Dermot Mulroney ("Must Love Dogs," "My Best Friend's Wedding"), Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee Ellen DeGeneres ("Finding Nemo," TV's "Ellen"), Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Mary-Louise Parker (TV's "Weeds," "Red Dragon") and Emmy-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Don Johnson ("Tin Cup," TV's "Nash Bridges").
Craig can’t bear it any longer, he has to let Tracey, the girl of his dreams, know that he exists... Staking out her place of work - the local supermarket- Craig waits for her to turn up for her daily shift. Then, heartfelt and unspoken, he delivers his all-important letter. Now all he has to do is wait. Starring Jaime Winstone, daughter of Ray Winstone (The Departed, Cold Mountain, Sexy Beast).
Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson, Ellen DeGeneres, Rob Reiner, Dennis Hopper and Jenna Elfman star in this unforgettable story of a nobody…that has everyone watching. Ed Pekurny (McConaughey) is just an ordinary guy who thinks he has nothing to lose when he agrees to star in one of the first reality TV shows. Overnight, Ed’s a national celebrity and his most private moments become public entertainment as millions tune in to watch a real-life soap opera that’s filled with drama, comedy and romance. Academy Award® winner Ron Howard directs this hilarious hit that was a beacon for the future of reality-based entertainment.
Helen (Kate Capshaw) runs a bookstore in a small fishing community where everyone seems to know everyone else's business. A 42-year-old single mother, she is emotionally distant and fearful of getting too close to anyone. George (Tom Selleck) has known Helen since they were schoolmates, and he's been in love with her for ages, but has always settled for just being her friend. Convinced she wasn't interested in him, he married another woman years ago. Helen also has another secret admirer, Johnny (Tom Everett Scott), who isn't at all put off by the fact that Helen is twice his age. Johnny, however, is currently occupied with Jennifer (Julianne Nicholson), a fellow student who also works at the bookstore and is crazy about him. Into this tangled web of unrequited love comes an amorous letter that Helen finds in the store one day. The letter bears no signature and no address; it's at once passionate and oblique, fervent and cryptic. So who wrote it? And to whom was the writer planning to send it? Before long, the letter has made its way through this circle, and everyone has an idea (or a hope) of who their secret love is.
Welcome to planet 7th Grade! Where a love letter to the girl of your dreams can ruin your life, where Salami is the perfect diversion for a crazy janitor, and memorizing Shakespeare makes you a loser, but also just might win you -- the girl.
A darkly comic thriller about two brothers who are led into romantic entanglements and homicidal plots by a femme fatale.
Ukraine's Ousted President Expected to Speak; Kerry Kennedy Drugged-Driving Trial in Jury's Hands
Actress Jane Lynch; actor Omar Epps; Fitz and the Tantrums performs.
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The Cousins create an amazing surprise renovation for a deserving coach.
The story of the birth of the modern Women’s Movement. The hour is framed by two important publications — The Feminine Mystique and Ms. Magazine — and by the women who authored them: Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem. When Friedan’s book came out in 1963, millions of American women had become uneasy under the constraints of 1950s post-war culture, which confined them to the home or to low-paying, dead-end jobs. The Feminine Mystique was, in the words of one reviewer, “a brick through the rose colored picture window of the American suburban bungalow.” At the same time, another group of women — younger and more radical — were emerging from the anti-war and civil rights movements determined to achieve their own revolution in American society. By the time Steinem founded Ms. Magazine in the early 1970s, these two streams of women had converged to create the modern Women’s Movement. Pivotal moments range from the early legal challenges brought by flight attendants and a rural Georgia telephone operator to the protests at the Miss America pageant and the takeover of the offices of Ladies Home Journal. It is a story filled with the spirit, humor and courage of a revolutionary generation.
A focused look at the workplace, where individual women crashed through the glass ceiling, and to the courts, where they waged a battle against the “hidden injuries” of battery, harassment and rape. Two women — in very different ways — asserted women’s control over their own bodies. When Anita Hill reluctantly stepped forward to accuse Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, she brought the issue out of the shadows. At the same time, pop superstar Madonna asserted a naked and aggressive sexuality, outside the control of men. However, even as the Movement achieved long-sought goals, a new generation of women were re-evaluating some of its most basic assumptions, especially the balance between work and family. By the 2000s, the movement was again under attack from conservatives seeking to rollback abortion and contraception laws, and by younger women fleeing the very word “feminism.” But the Movement is far from over, as new fronts in the struggle have opened up, especially overseas.
The Women's Movement begins to break out of the campuses and urban centers where it originated to affect nearly every man, woman and child in America.
A focused look at the workplace, where individual women crashed through the glass ceiling, and to the courts, where they waged a battle against the "hidden injuries" of battery, harassment and rape.
The story of the birth of the modern Women's Movement, filled with the spirit, humor and courage of a revolutionary generation.
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