Page Six: Hollywood Has Had It With Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell’s Constant Oversharing

Page Six: Hollywood Has Had It With Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell's Constant Oversharing
ChiPs: Cop gags, limp laughs
Page Six's Oli Coleman wrote an 88-word story Thursday night that is so good, I feel obligated to give it top billing in today's morning edition of Dirt Bag. The piece, entitled “Why Hollywood can't stand Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell,” is a perfect

It sounds like Michael Peña and Dax Shepard deserved hazard pay for starring in CHIPs, the big-screen adaptation of the popular late '70s/early '80s cop series, which opens in theaters today. Speaking with Yahoo Movies, the duo describe the action … . This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Michael Pena, from left, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard in a scene from, “CHiPS.” By The Associated Press. March 24, 2017 at 6:00 am. 1 star. Comedy. Rated R. 101 minutes. By Sandy Cohen, The

Kristen Bell Details Amazing Physical Transformation for Husband Dax Shepard's Movie, 'CHIPS'

Film: “CHIPS”; Director: Dax Shepard; Cast: Michael Pena, Dax Shepard, Vincent DOnofrio, Rosa Salazar, Jessica McNamee, Adam Brody, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Richard T. Jones, Ryan Hansen, Jane Kaczmarek; Rating: *1/2. “CHIPS” is a shoddily mounted,

'CHiPS' movie review: Raunchy comedy is a stupid idea poorly executed

While promoting their new film CHiPS in the Big Apple this week, adorable couple Kristen Bell and hubby Dax Shepard shared a night on the town which included a stop at the hit Broadway musical HAMILTON. Bell, who voiced Princess Anna in the Disney

CHiPs landed in theaters today. The film, which is based on the television series from the late 1970s, stars Dax Shepard and Michael Pena as John Baker and Frank Poncherello. The two men behind the characters had very different opinions of the film.

Dax Shepard has loved cars since he was a kid. Now he gets to race and crash them as the director, writer and star of CHIPS, the new movie that teams him with Michael Peña in a rousing reprise of the vintage TV series. Leonard and Jessie go into high …

Pena, Shepard take 'CHiPs' off the TV block

Here comes yet another addition to the “ironic film remake of a beloved 70s/80s TV series” genre, which is starting to look as dated as the shows it purports to send up. Updating of the cops-on-bikes action drama of the same name, ChiPs stars Michael … . CHIPS follows the adventures of two California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers as they make their rounds on the freeways of Los Angeles. Hardcore CHiPs fans hate it and the real California Highway Patrol seems not quite sure what to make of it. But …

The movie doesn't indulge in anti-cop hysteria, but it doesn't dare admire cops too much, either. Hollywood hasn't yet caught up with the moral panic of the past year and a half, so a movie such as CHiPs — a theatrical version of the 1977–1983 TV …

California Highway Patrol stars Ponch (Michael Pena) and Jon (Dax Shepard) are riding again in the new, rowdy CHiPS movie, in theaters Friday. But cue the sound of rubber motorcycle tires screeching, as the R-rated movie veers sharply away from the

CHiPs review – timid, off-colour cops-on-bikes remake

Nobody will believe me when I say this, but nevertheless: There's no particular thrill in trashing something that's bad. The image of the Critic is often one of some snivelling wannabe, contemptuous of the dreamers and creatives who actually take the …

CHIPS: A mess of buddy-cop clichés, jumbled plotting and crummy cinematography

Chips Movie Review
Chips Movie Review

Michael Pena, left, as Ponch and Dax Shepard as Jon star in the action comedy 'CHiPs,' based on the 1970s TV show. (Peter Iovino, Warner Bros. Pictures). Print Email · The Washington Post By The Washington Post The Times-Picayune Follow on Twitter

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