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With the MTV Video Music Awards upon us, we've come up with a list of great videos of our own
40. Kristen Stewart in Marcus Foster's "I Was Broken" K.Stew's really is a beauty made for music videos. We can't get over the simple black and white cutaways to her and the sad, yet gorgeous, look on her face just kinda breaks our hearts. You know, kinda like Foster's song. 39. Jake Gyllenhaal in TheGet more »
30. Kirsten Dunst in Savage Garden's "I Knew I Loved You" In New York, the "subway glance" is an art form that takes years to master. Too blasé and the other person doesn't notice; too blunt and your picture ends up on PervertsontheSubway.com. The key is to go subtle until one of you is aboutGet more »
20. Robin Williams in Bobby McFerrin's "Don’t Worry, Be Happy" The video's fine, but we really just wanted to get this earworm stuck in your head again. You're welcome. 19. Liv Tyler and Alicia Silverstone in Aerosmith's "Crazy" With "Amazing" and "Livin' on the Edge," Alicia Silverstone was already Aerosmith's go-to actress for wildGet more »
10. Zach Galifianakis in Fiona Apple's "Not About Love" We still have hope that these two will find love if only to see how eccentric and outlandish their offspring could possibly be. Apparently they met while performing repeatedly at the same club in Los Angeles, which means that the opportunity for the great reality showGet more »
You talk a big game about your love of long-haired stars -- your Johnny Depps, your Viggo Mortensens, your Hugh Jackmans -- but there's something about a bare head that adds to the menace and allure of our favorite action stars.
When it comes to horror films, Americans must humbly bow their heads and concede defeat to their international brethren.
New documentary showcases Kashmere Stage Band, a high school funk and soul group once rated best in country.
Blowfly, the original X-rated rapper, finally gets his due.