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Christopher Bannow, Amanda Lea Mason, Marguerite Stimpson, Scott Lowell, Patricia Clarkson, Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper and Alessandro Nivola - The first preview curtain call for Bradley Cooper in Broadway's The Elephant Man at the Booth Theatre. - New York, New York, United States - Saturday 8th November 2014

Christopher Bannow, Amanda Lea Mason, Marguerite Stimpson, Scott Lowell, Patricia Clarkson, Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper and Alessandro Nivola
Christopher Bannow, Amanda Lea Mason, Marguerite Stimpson, Scott Lowell, Patricia Clarkson, Anthony Heald and Bradley Cooper
Christopher Bannow, Amanda Lea Mason, Marguerite Stimpson, Scott Lowell, Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson, Alessandro Nivola, Kathryn Meisle and Henry Stram
Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson and Alessandro Nivola
Christopher Bannow, Amanda Lea Mason, Marguerite Stimpson, Scott Lowell, Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson and Alessandro Nivola
Scott Lowell, Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson and Alessandro Nivola

Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper, Scott Ellis, Alessandro Nivola, Scott Lowell, Patricia Clarkson, Kathryn Meisle and Cast - Stars of Broadway's new show 'The Elephant Man' attended a photocall which was held at Sardi's restaurant in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 21st October 2014

Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper, Scott Ellis, Alessandro Nivola, Scott Lowell, Patricia Clarkson, Kathryn Meisle and Cast
Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper and Scott Ellis
Anthony Heald, Bradley Cooper, Scott Ellis, Alessandro Nivola, Scott Lowell, Patricia Clarkson, Kathryn Meisle and Cast
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Anthony Heald Sunday 29th April 2012 Opening night after party for the CSC production of ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’, held at Pangea restaurant.

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Anthony Heald - Anthony Heald and Steven Skybell Thursday 23rd February 2012 Opening night after party for Classic Stage Company's production of 'Galileo' at Pangea restaurant

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Anthony Heald Thursday 23rd February 2012 Opening night of Classic Stage Company’s production of 'Galileo' at the CSC Theatre - Arrivals

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The Silence Of The Lambs Review


Extraordinary
Is it a modern masterpiece? Did it deserve to sweep the four big Academy Awards? Is it one of the best thrillers ever made? A definitive maybe to all three questions. The Silence of the Lambs is definitely an experience that gets better and better each time you watch it, and it paved the way for some of the greatest sickos of 1990s cinema. Hopkins' Hannibal Lecter has entered the annals of pop culture and will never be forgotten, but it's really Jodie Foster's frail-yet-foolhardy protagonist that carries the film.

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The Silence Of The Lambs Review


Extraordinary
Is it a modern masterpiece? Did it deserve to sweep the four big Academy Awards? Is it one of the best thrillers ever made? A definitive maybe to all three questions. The Silence of the Lambs is definitely an experience that gets better and better each time you watch it, and it paved the way for some of the greatest sickos of 1990s cinema. Hopkins' Hannibal Lecter has entered the annals of pop culture and will never be forgotten, but it's really Jodie Foster's frail-yet-foolhardy protagonist that carries the film.

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Kiss Of Death (1995) Review


Excellent
Ever get the feeling that no matter what you do, you're screwed? That basically sums up the life of Jimmy Kilmartin (David Caruso), an ex-con trying to go straight in the new feature, Kiss of Death.

Jimmy, his wife Bev (Helen Hunt), and their daughter live an inner-city dream, trying to make ends meet. When Jimmy's cousin Ronnie (Zebrahead's Michael Rapaport) shows up, begging for a driver for his chop shop caravan, all hell breaks loose. Jimmy is busted, and his descent back into the pit of crime, prison, betrayal, and the government begins. Soon, Jimmy and his family are hounded by cop Calvin (Samuel L. Jackson), asthmatic psycho kingpin Little Junior (Nicholas Cage), and a host of other unsavory players. We are invited to watch and see how Jimmy extricates himself from the mess.

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Red Dragon Review


Very Good
Red Dragon has just about everything going against it.

It's the third movie in a series that won an insane number of Oscars (The Silence of the Lambs) and was promptly followed by one of the worst films in recent memory (Hannibal). It's a prequel... and its big star (Anthony Hopkins) is about 20 years too old. And it's a remake of a minor cult classic (Manhunter), a fantastic film which will invariably stomp the crap out of Red Dragon in the history books.

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8mm Review


Weak
Looking to delve into the smarmy underbelly of hard-core porn, even snuff filmmaking? Well, 8MM isn't going to take you there. 8MM (Eight Millimeter) is something of a joke, and reports of how "disturbing" it is are highly overrated. As horror, 8MM didn't even give me a jump. As an over-the-top "think about this!" piece, 8MM is even less successful. Why? The film's premise (rich widow hires Cage, P.I., to investigate whether her husband's secreted snuff film is real or not) is wholly unbelievable because, as the audience, you know the film isn't real. The dead girl has a credit at the end, for God's sake!

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Deep Rising Review


Bad
Awfully hackneyed and barely entertaining, this Die Hard/Poseidon Adventure/Leviathan knockoff has so little going for it one scarcely knows what to mention in its review. Famke Janssen, always a riot, is even toned-down to blandness as a jewel thief plying her trade on a luxury ship. When Treat Williams and (unbeknownst to him) the band of criminals he is carrying on his speedboat cross paths with the cruise liner, all havoc breaks loose. Whoops -- there's also a monster-from-the-deep to throw a wrench into the works. Explosions, "witty one-liners," and the Williams as the unlikeliest of action heroes make this one yet another throwaway.
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