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Angie Harmon seen alone and with co-star Jordan Bridges on the red carpet at Cicada. The stars of Rizzoli and Isles were celebrating the 100th episode. Downtown Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 9th July 2016

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Angie Harmon - Premiere of Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book' - Arrivals at Disney - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 5th April 2016

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garcelle beauvais, Angie Harmon , Yvette Nicole Brown - World premiere of Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book' held at El Capitan Theatre - Arrivals at El Capitan Theatre, Disney - Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 4th April 2016

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Clare Bowen, Lea Journo , Angie Harmon - 2nd Annual Hollywood Beauty Awards Benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles at Avalon - Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 22nd February 2016

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Angie Harmon - 2nd Annual Hollywood Beauty Awards Benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles at Avalon - Hollywood, California, United States - Sunday 21st February 2016

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Video - Katy Perry 'Inspired' By UNICEF Snowflake Ball At 9th Annual Event - Part 3


'Roar' hitmaker Katy Perry was seen wearing a Naeem Khan burgundy gown with an embellished sheer cloak at the ninth annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York. The star talked to reporters on the red carpet revealing how much the event has inspired her. 'I was really inspired by that evening so much so that I asked to go on a trip directly after that night and I went to Madagascar and it changed my life', she explained.

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Lee Thompson Young's Death Under LAPD Investigation


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Lee Thompson Young, the actor famous for his television work on Rizzoli & Isles and The Famous Jett Jackson, was found dead on Monday. The actor's cause of death and events leading to the discovery of his body on Monday (18th August) are being investigated by police and L.A. officials owing to the high-profile nature of the case.

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Lee Thompson Young at a birthday celebration in L.A. in 2008. 

Young's body was found on Monday at his North Hollywood home after he failed to show up for work on Rizzoli & Isles. The cast and crew grew concerned about their colleague's whereabouts and contacted Young's landlord. The police were called and forcibly entered his apartment. According to a police spokeswoman, speaking to the Washington Post, he was declared dead by the L.A. Fire Department. 

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The Deal (2005) Review


Weak
It's an old adage that you "write what you know," which is very much the case here. First-time screenwriter Ruth Epstein is a 9-year veteran investment banker with Wall Street's Goldman Sachs. As a legal and financial negotiator, she knows mergers backwards. What she trips up on is translating the language of high stakes finance into intelligible drama.

Most of us couldn't tell the difference between a back-end hedge and a backhoe. So, when Delaney & Strong's hot shot investment banker Tom Grover (Christian Slater) is asked to manage a Russian oil company called Black Star in a $20 billion sale to Condor Oil & Gas, the technical details are about as clear as, well... a barrel of crude.

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Seraphim Falls Review


Bad
Director David Von Ancken's first feature after a lengthy stint in television shows his influence and experience without the slightest sense of shading. Out of the gate, Von Ancken found himself at the helm of Law & Order disciples CSI: NY and Cold Case, not to mention HBO's seminal Oz, and has been making his living at these shows ever since. Now, faced with a tale of post-Civil War vengeance, Ancken not only has to deal with the problem of sustaining fluidity, but of heftier emotional weight.Gideon (Pierce Brosnan) hides in the snowy drifts of the Ruby Mountains in northern Nevada. His hide has become a sought-after item; after a misunderstanding in the final days of the Civil War, Gideon's cold ignorance caused the unneeded death of one man's family. That man in question, Carver (Liam Neeson), has hired a trio of bandits to hunt down Gideon and exact what Carver sees as very just revenge.Much like Mel Gibson's misbegotten Apocalypto, Seraphim Falls takes its surroundings and time period simply as hallmark images to frame what is, sadly, a rather rudimentary look at vengeance and survival. Putting aside the outfits washed in waves of dirt and the small spurts of dialogue, the film could have taken place at any time and seems uninterested in exploring how the world the men inhabit and their time period affect their decisions.There's also a timid nature to the camerawork that sticks out. As Carver and his band of miscreants trails Gideon, they stomp through snowy mountains, faith-based wagon towns, and cracked-earth deserts. These areas seem flat and lacking character under Von Ancken and cinematographer John Toll, who somehow is also responsible for the shattering imagery of Terrence Malick's revelatory The Thin Red Line.The bland photography puts acute pressure on the actors to keep things popping, and most of the actors seem to take their roles with a passive grasp of character. Michael Wincott, an actor who oozes menace, is regulated as a rather forgettable sidekick to Carver, where he would have been more at home with the role of Carver. When Carver's men start getting picked off, the action gives a slight pulse to what is mostly a tepid pool up until then. After the final (and best) death scene, the two men, both visited by a strange bargainer (a particularly wasted Angelica Huston), face each other for a showdown.Seraphim Falls brings a hammering reminder that Westerns can still be made under tired eyes and loose constructs. Where the last few years have brought some strong evocations of the genre (The Proposition, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada) and just last week we were blessed by Tears of the Black Tiger, Von Ancken seems to take the basics of his genre as reassurance that he doesn't have to try as hard to make them work. As it is, Von Ancken can't seem to get his concentration away from the episodic nature of the small screen.Uncle Owen and Luke seem pretty upset.

Fun With Dick And Jane (2005) Review


OK
Before you even step foot in the theater, the film's bold title -- Fun With Dick and Jane -- tells you that it's a can't miss film. Who doesn't like fun? That depends. How you take your comedy will largely determine the degree of fun you'll actually have with Dick and Jane. If you're a fan of the whimsical original 1977 film staring George Segal and Jane Fonda, prepare to be disappointed. This remake has replaced the original's charm with a slapstick free-for-all that generates only marginal laughs.

This is Dick (Jim Carrey): a well-paid executive at the Globodyne Corporation. Like everyone else on his block, Dick drives a brand new BMW from his brand new tract house in the suburbs to work at Globodyne. This is Jane (TΓ©a Leoni): the loving wife of Dick who abruptly quits her menial job as a travel agent when Dick gets promoted to VP of Communication at Globodyne. Life is good for all in suburbia until the company goes belly-up in a corporate accounting scandal engineered by its top executives (Alec Baldwin and Richard Jenkins). This is bad news for Dick and Jane.

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Agent Cody Banks Review


Bad
I recently read an article that argued TV shows like CSI and James Bond movies are primarily responsible for young people's increased interest in criminal forensics and special military forces. Since Hollywood is both smart and shameless, it uses these notions to its advantage, devouring the success of Bond and vomiting up films like Spy Kids and Agent Cody Banks. Although the original Spy Kids worked, Agent Cody Banks proves that things seldom taste as good a second or third time.

Agent Cody Banks was made just to make money, and to stock Toys 'R' Us shelves and McDonald's Happy Meal boxes with cheap action figures. The script, which feels like the cheapest writers available threw it together in a week, is actually quite impressive in how every mind-numbing scene attempts to manipulate the minds of susceptible adolescents. It uses every trick in the book, from pre-teen humor and Bond rip-offs, to busty secret agents, phony special effects, and, of course, Frankie Muniz. If -- God forbid -- the movie is a hit, the producers have even secured an easy sequel with its carefully formulated ending.

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Good Advice Review


Very Good
Filled with witty one-liners and a genuinely credible love story between Charlie Sheen and Angie Harmon, Good Advice is the best direct-to-video flick I've seen in ages.

And what a surprise. It starts out sleepily enough, with a stereotypical Wall Street stockbroker named Ryan (Sheen) who cheats on his advice-columnist girlfriend Cindy (Denise Richards, now engaged to Sheen in real life), and resorts to insider trading to further his career. But he sleeps with the wrong woman and finds his career suddenly ended. Soon after that, Cindy dumps him for another guy and sticks him with the rent when she jets off for Brazil. Very morose so far, with no likable characters -- what a comedy!

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The Deal Review


Weak
It's an old adage that you "write what you know," which is very much the case here. First-time screenwriter Ruth Epstein is a 9-year veteran investment banker with Wall Street's Goldman Sachs. As a legal and financial negotiator, she knows mergers backwards. What she trips up on is translating the language of high stakes finance into intelligible drama.

Most of us couldn't tell the difference between a back-end hedge and a backhoe. So, when Delaney & Strong's hot shot investment banker Tom Grover (Christian Slater) is asked to manage a Russian oil company called Black Star in a $20 billion sale to Condor Oil & Gas, the technical details are about as clear as, well... a barrel of crude.

Continue reading: The Deal Review

Agent Cody Banks Review


OK

Yes, "Agent Cody Banks" is a "Spy Kids" clone. As such, I went into it expecting an uncreative, cash-in-on-a-trend children's movie -- the kind parents are loathe to suffer through, yet for some reason take their kids to see anyway.

But while its plot doesn't stand up to even a modest amount of logical scrutiny, the flick has a comical, junior-James Bond spirit that's hard to resist. Of course, there are a couple differences between James Bond and highly-trained CIA spook Cody Banks (played by "Malcolm In the Middle's" Frankie Muniz): 1) Cody is 15 and lives with his parents who don't know he's a spy, and 2) Cody is hopelessly inept at talking to girls.

His tendency to get tongue-tied around cute classmates becomes a major problem when his hubba-hubba CIA handler (Angie Harmon from "Law & Order") assigns him to get close to the adorable Natalie Conners (Hilary Duff, better known as the Disney Channel's "Lizzie McGuire"). It seems the girl's scientist father is unknowingly developing nanobot technology for a villain (the ominously tan Ian McShane) who wants the microscopic 'bots to eat away US missile guidance systems. It's part of his evil plan to render the country defenseless for no adequately explored reason.

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Angie Harmon

Date of birth

10th August, 1972

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.75




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Angie Harmon Movies

Seraphim Falls Movie Review

Seraphim Falls Movie Review

Director David Von Ancken's first feature after a lengthy stint in television shows his influence...

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Fun with Dick and Jane (2005) Movie Review

Fun with Dick and Jane (2005) Movie Review

Before you even step foot in the theater, the film's bold title -- Fun With...

Agent Cody Banks Movie Review

Agent Cody Banks Movie Review

I recently read an article that argued TV shows like CSI and James Bond movies...

The Deal Movie Review

The Deal Movie Review

It's an old adage that you "write what you know," which is very much the...

Agent Cody Banks Movie Review

Agent Cody Banks Movie Review

Yes, "Agent Cody Banks" is a "Spy Kids" clone. As such, I went into it...

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