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Brett Ratner

Brett Ratner is a movie maker who's best known as the man behind the franchise Rush Hour, which includes three feature films and a TV series. In 2017 he was accused by six women of sexual misconduct.…

Star

(A), in theatrical language, means a popular actor. Star (in Christian art). St. Bruno bears one on his breast; St. Dominic, St. Humbert, St. Peter of Alcantare, one over their head, or …

Star Wars

Quizzes, movie reviews, and actors Movie poster for the Star Wars prequel, The Phantom Menace Quizzes Star Wars: Episodes 1–3 (for beginners) What planet did …

Star Maps

Director/Writer: Miguel ArtetaDirector of Photography:Chuy ChávezEditors:Jeff Betancourt, Tom McArdle and Tony SelzerMusic:Lysa FloresProduction Designer:Carol StroberProducer:Matthew G…

Star Jones

Name at birth: Starlet Marie JonesStar Jones is a lawyer and former prosecutor who was one of the co-hosts of the Barbara Walters daytime talk show The View until 2006. Jones was an assistant in the …

Star Chamber

A court of civil and criminal jurisdiction at Westminster, abolished in the reign of Charles I. So called because the ceiling or roof was decorated with gilt stars. Its jurisdiction was to …

Rock Star

Director:Stephen HerekWriter:John StockwellWarner Bros.; R; 142 minutesRelease:8/01Cast:Mark Wahlberg, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Flemyng One expects a certain tongue-in-cheekiness from a film ti…

Star of the South

A splendid diamond found in Brazil in 1853. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Stars and Garters!Star of Bethlehem A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P…

Star of Bethlehem

(The), botanically called ornithogalum. The French peasants call it “La dame d'onze henres,” because it opens at eleven o'clock. Called “star” because the flower is …

Stars and Stripes

(The) or the Star-spangled Banner, the flag of the United States of North America. The first flag of the United States, raised by Washington June 2, 1776, consisted of thirteen stripes, alt…