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Screening Of Amazon's 1st Original Drama Series 'Bosch'

Alan Rosenberg - Shots of a variety of stars as they attended a Screening Of Amazon's first Original Drama Series 'Bosch' which was held at the ArcLight Theater in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 3rd February 2015

Picture - Alan Rosenberg , Wednesday 25th January 2012

Alan Rosenberg Wednesday 25th January 2012 HBO's 'Luck' Los Angeles premiere held at Graumans Chinese Theatre

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Picture - Alan Rosenberg Los Angeles, California, Wednesday 4th November 2009

Alan Rosenberg and AFI Wednesday 4th November 2009 2009 AFI Fest screening of 'The Road' held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

Picture - Alan Rosenberg Beverly Hills, California, USA, Monday 27th October 2008

Alan Rosenberg and Clint Eastwood Monday 27th October 2008 Hollywood Film Festival Awards 2008 Honoring Clint Eastwood, held at The Beverly Hilton. Beverly Hills, California, USA

Alan Rosenberg and Clint Eastwood
Alan Rosenberg and Clint Eastwood
Alan Rosenberg and Clint Eastwood

Righteous Kill Review


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Robert De Niro and Al Pacino -- has there ever been a better acting team? For the first time since 1995's Heat, the two have leading roles in the same film, and their presence has allowed Righteous Kill to build a substantial amount of buzz. While the movie doesn't live up to the anticipation, it does pack a decent punch, thanks entirely to the leading men.

When hard-boiled rapists, pedophiles, murders, and drug lords slip through the legal system, are people who take the law into their own hands criminals or heroes? Righteous Kill explores the familiar subject of vigilante killers with a slight twist. This time, the killer is a cop.

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Frankie and Johnny Are Married Review


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You're a successful TV director with a little hole in your schedule. Your wife is a highly talented actress who is spending too much time as a homemaker and not enough exercising her dramatic gifts. Perhaps you've seen home movie projects like Made-Up, with Brooke Adams, a showcase for another out-of-work actress. In any event, the celebrity vanity sub-genre of low budget moviemaking has been established, and TV director Michael Pressman is putting his unique stamp on it.

Here the successful hyphenate (including "-husband") decides to do a play on stage and document the entire effort on film. His wife-star (another new hyphenate?), Lisa Chess, is at first doubtful, but the desire to work overcomes any reticence she may have and she agrees to it. After all, hubby Michael's directorial sense of story ensures her a high standard of drama and character realization, which can't do her career any harm. They agree on a loose adaptation of Terrence McNally's 1980s romantic comedy play, Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune. Lisa suggests another actor with a declining work schedule, old friend Alan Rosenberg (L.A. Law, A Mother's Fight for Justice) for the part of Johnny. Pressman agrees, excitement builds, but now the ugly subject of financing a stage production and a documentary film comes up. The rest of the movie plays like an improv on the anxieties of stage production as it might affect a marriage between creative partners.

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