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Annie Parisse - Opening night after party for the New Group production Buried Child, held at the Out Hotel - Arrivals. at Out Hotel, - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 17th February 2016

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Emily Cass Mcdonnell and Annie Parisse

Annie Parisse - HBO's 'Vinyl' series premiere - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Friday 15th January 2016

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Annie Parisse and Paul Sparks
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Annie Parisse and Paul Sparks

Video - Rockers Chris Cornell And Michael Stipe Show Support At 'American Hustle' NY Premiere - Part 3


The New York premiere of 'American Hustle' at the Ziegfeld Theater got off to a rocking start with red carpet appearances from the likes of Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell with his wife Vicky Karayiannis, and former lead singer of R.E.M. Michael Stipe.

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Annie Parisse - The Cinema Society with FIJI Water & Levi's screening of 'Mud' at The Museum of Modern Art - Outside Arrivals - New York City, NY, United States - Sunday 21st April 2013

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Annie Parisse and Paul Sparks - 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium - Arrivals Los Angeles California United States Sunday 27th January 2013

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Paul Sparks and Annie Parisse
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Annie Parisse - The New York premiere of 'The Following' New York United States Friday 18th January 2013

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Annie Parisse, Kevin Bacon and Natalie Zea
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The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer


Peter Parker is a socially unpopular high-school boy who lives with his Uncle Ben and Aunt May after his parents left him when he was very young for reasons unknown. He finds a clue to their disappearance in the form of his father's suitcase and his journey for an explanation takes him to Oscorp, the weapons manufacturer of New York, and the lab of his father's ex-business partner Dr. Curt Connors who offers him that explanation. Along his journey, the alter-egos of Connors (The Lizard) and Parker (Spider-Man) collide in a continuous battle of superpowers and Parker's feelings for his first high-school crush Gwen Stacy, whose father is a Police Captain with officers all over the city looking for Parker, intensify.

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The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer


Peter Parker, at first glance, seems like a normal high schooler. However, he is a nerd and gets picked on by other students. He lives with his aunt and uncle, after his parents abandoned him as a young boy. And the weirdest fact of them all - he got bit by a radioactive spider one day whilst exploring a science lab, which gave him super powers.

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The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer


As a young boy, Peter Parker's parents, Richard and Mary, sent their son to live with his aunt and uncle, Mary and Ben, 'for a little while'. Years later, Peter is still living with his relatives; his mother and father have not returned. He befriends and falls in love with Gwen Stacey at high school and the two of them start a relationship.

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Monster-in-Law Review


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Somebody help me - I'm turning into Roger Ebert. The household film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times typically grades on a curve when it comes to Jennifer Lopez and her on-screen endeavors, bestowing favorable grades on films that colleagues (and crowds) have panned. Granted, every critic is entitled to their opinion, but Ebert's grades for Jersey Girl (three stars), The Cell (a perfect four stars) and Anaconda (three-and-a-half stars) seem generous to a fault.

I'm nowhere near ready to join Mr. Ebert on the J-Lo bandwagon (with her entourage, there might not be room), but I will defend the starlet's turn in Monster-In-Law. The film embraces the traditional romantic comedy formula Lopez routinely gravitates toward, but it's skillfully guided to a predetermined finish by director Robert Luketic (Legally Blonde), who kneads the doughy concoction like a prize-winning baker preparing a four-layer cake.

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National Treasure Review


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Let's skip right over the fact that "National Treasure" may well have the most asinine plot in the history of cinema. But for the record, it's an action-adventure yarn from "dumb it down and blow things up" producer Jerry Bruckheimer, and it's about an invisible map on the back of the Declaration of Independence leading to a vast, multi-billion-dollar treasure buried by the Founding Fathers. So I think the "you've got to be kidding" factor pretty much speaks for itself.

Instead let's marvel at how a trio of hack writers (collectively responsible for "Snow Dogs," "The 6th Day" and "I-Spy"), coupled with a director whose best work is mediocre and pedestrian (Jon Turteltaub of "Phenomenon" and "Instinct"), can take this dumb idea and make it even worse in every conceivable way.

First they contrived to have a series of barely coherent clues to the treasure's location appear in laughably cryptic little poems and in the design of the $1 and $100 bills. Then they concocted an eccentric, nerdy-cool, disgraced-historian lead character named Benjamin Franklin Gates, who arbitrarily solves each esoteric riddle within three minutes of discovering it. These lead him closer and closer to digging up the treasure -- even though he says all he wants to do is protect it. (If it's been safely hidden for centuries, why not leave well enough alone?)

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The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer

The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer

Peter Parker is a socially unpopular high-school boy who lives with his Uncle Ben and...

The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer

The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer

Peter Parker, at first glance, seems like a normal high schooler. However, he is a...

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The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer

The Amazing Spider-Man Trailer

As a young boy, Peter Parker's parents, Richard and Mary, sent their son to live...

Monster-in-Law Movie Review

Monster-in-Law Movie Review

Somebody help me - I'm turning into Roger Ebert. The household film critic for the...

National Treasure Movie Review

National Treasure Movie Review

Let's skip right over the fact that "National Treasure" may well have the most asinine...

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