Archive for June, 2009

Imagine That

Imagine That

| June 21, 2009

If all the cuddly, feel-good, nurturing, bonding, fantastic moments shared between Eddie Murphy and his daughter in Imagine That could be bottled, then certainly the world would be a better place. In Imagine That, Murphy plays financial executive Evan Danielson, who’s looking to make greater inroads at work, as he battles for prominence in the […]

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NOYCE AND SALT

NOYCE AND SALT

| June 20, 2009

Aussie director Phillip Noyce is back in the chair for the much anticipated spy thriller Salt, which reunites him with his Bone Collector co-star Angelina Jolie. In this very exclusive interview with fellow Aussie PAUL FISCHER, Noyce talks at length about the film and how it changed from a Tom Cruise movie to a Angelina […]

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RAMIS SATIRIZES BIBLICAL TIMES

RAMIS SATIRIZES BIBLICAL TIMES

| June 20, 2009

To call Harold Ramis a true icon of American comedy is an understatement. This versatile comic talent wrote for Chicago’s renowned Second City troupe and the National Lampoon radio show before co-scripting the antic fraternity house romp, “National Lampoon’s Animal House” (1978). Harold Ramis worked as a mental ward orderly and wrote jokes for PLAYBOY […]

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LEGUIZAMO: BACK TO THE ICE AGE

LEGUIZAMO: BACK TO THE ICE AGE

| June 20, 2009

John Leguizamo is both irreverent in his comedy and diverse as an actor. He is beloved by audiences as the sloth in the Ice Age franchise, a character he reprises in Ice Age 3. The actor will soon return to his comedy roots with his one-man show which hits the road this Summer. He talked […]

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EVAN RACHEL WOOD  SHOWS OFF HER COMEDIC SIDE

EVAN RACHEL WOOD SHOWS OFF HER COMEDIC SIDE

| June 20, 2009

She is beautiful, talented and diverse, to put it mildly. A major force in Hollywood since she was 13, almost a decade later and she remains confidant and a risk taker. Her latest film, Woody Allen’s Whatever Works, casts her as a young woman whose chance meeting with the eccentric Boris [Larry David] results in […]

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Battle of NYC’s Finest…On Stage

Battle of NYC’s Finest…On Stage

| June 20, 2009

Sometimes life gets in the way of our dreams but, when given a chance, dreams really can some true. This happened on Monday evening when Long Walk Entertainment in association with Live Nation gave seven bands with at least one member of the NYPD or PBA a shot at stardom, while raising money for the […]

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Confessions of a Shopaholic

Confessions of a Shopaholic

| June 19, 2009

An addict will get their jollies one way or the other. Nothing else matters but the sense of reassurance attached to the action so willingly done. Future addicts of the world – let us smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, gamble, eat junk food, and have a late night rendezvous with the boss’s nineteen-year-old blond secretary. Sadly, […]

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Friday The 13th, The Killer Cut

Friday The 13th, The Killer Cut

| June 19, 2009

Be well, citizens, and fear not. For this is not one of the numerous re-boots or re-makes of the original, but a solid entry sequel in the long line of ongoing mayhem that is all things Jason. While it is undoubtedly true that the series wouldn’t suffer from a remake of the original, Friday the […]

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Wedding Day Series Premiere On TNT

Wedding Day Series Premiere On TNT

| June 16, 2009

I’m starting to think the next time I’m suffering through insomnia, I need to call in Mark Burnett to tell me a bedtime story. The Executive Producer of Survivor, The Apprentice, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader, Expedition Africa, and now Wedding Day among many others. Every time I think I might not like […]

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Arithmetic Lesson

Arithmetic Lesson

| June 15, 2009

Debuting internationally since February 2009, “Arithmetic Lesson” reaffirms the triumph of the spirit and teaches the unjust, but necessary lesson that defines a life, trauma. Seven-year-old, Gracie, is an Asian American girl trapped by a sexually abusive nanny from Taiwan. She must overcome the molestation and gain the attention of her busy father to finally […]

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