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The film we secretly love to watch!

Last updated on: October 7, 2010 16:58 IST

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Demi Moore's Striptease has been voted the favourite guilty pleasure movie by film fans.

The 1996 film, in which the actress danced topless, led the Lovefilm.com poll aimed at finding the picture film buffs secretly love to watch.

Brad Pitt's Troy came in second place, while Swordfish, starring John Travolta, Halle Berry and Hugh Jackman, was third.

'Everyone has a guilty pleasure they perhaps don't want to admit to and, as the list illustrates, it's generally the films that critics love to hate,' Contactmusic quoted Lovefilm.com editor Helen Cowley as saying.

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Image: A poster of Striptease

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Will Money Never Sleeps be Douglas' last movie?

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Michael Douglas, who is suffering from throat cancer, apparently believes his latest film Money Never Sleeps will be his last.

'This is a man in the middle of a gigantic fight. And he wants to conserve his energy and resources,' the Sun quoted a pal as saying.

'If he beats this he intends to focus on time with his family.'

Douglas, 66, gives himself an 80 per cent chance of survival.

However, a Hollywood source said: 'He looks like he has aged ten years in weeks.'

Meanwhile, Douglas' publicist has revealed that the actor will complete his cancer treatment this week.

Allan Burry confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that this is the actor's last week of radiation and chemotherapy.

He said that his famous client plans on taking at least six weeks to recover, reports the Daily Express.

Doctors are said to be pleased with how Douglas has responded and no further treatments have been scheduled.
 


Image: Michael Douglas arrives for the premiere of the film Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps in New York
Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
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The movie that made Milla Jovovich cry

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Milla Jovovich was in tears when she landed a lead role in Stone with Robert De Niro and Edward Norton.

'I cried when they told me I'd got it. I was so happy that I was able to share more with these two icons,' The New York Post quoted Jovovich as saying at Tuesday's premiere.

Although known mostly for her action roles, she longed to take the part in the psychological thriller.

'You don't get scripts like this every day. I get to do my little comedies, my big action films, but this movie is very special... There were quite a few days on set that I wouldn't bring my baby and I'd come home in tears, it was so intense,' she said.


Image: Milla Jovovich in Stone

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Human rights honour for Pink

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Pop star Pink is set to be awarded for her work with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community at a glitzy gala in Washington, DC.

The So What hitmaker will be the toast of the Human Rights Campaign's 14th annual National Dinner at the weekend.

She will be presented with the special Ally for Equality Award by veteran star Bette Midler.

'This has been a remarkable year in the fight for LGBT equality, but there is much work left to be done. The National Dinner will highlight our accomplishments and inspire us to keep up the fight until we have achieved full equality under the law,' the Daily Star quoted Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese as saying.
 
 


Image: Pink
Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
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Source: ANI