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Beau Garrett goes shopping for a juice

Beau Garrett - Beau Garrett goes shopping for a juice in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 25th August 2015

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In Stereo Trailer


They say 30 is the new 20 - which might explain why a couple in their 30s are acting like such children. Brenda Schiffer (Beau Garrett) and David Gallo (Micah Hauptman) are the perfect couple, as far as everyone is concerned. They don't seem to be able to see it, however. When neither of them are able to grow up, they separate, and have to start dating again. When they realise how hellish that idea is, they form a new plan to get back together. This time, they won't officially "be together", though, and hopefully that'll make everything alright. As they do their best to figure everything out, they start to slow their lives down, and look at things in stereo, hoping to find the fulfilment that will bring.

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Tribeca Film Festival L.A. Celebration

Beau Garrett - Tribeca Film Festival L.A. Celebration held at The Standard in Hollywood. at Tribeca Film Festival - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 24th March 2015

Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards

Beau Garrett - Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards - Arrivals at Paramount Theater, Paramount Studio - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 14th February 2015

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'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce' launch party

Janeane Garofalo, Lisa Edelstein and Beau Garrett - Photo's from the launch party for BRAVO'S first scripted series 'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce' The party was held at the Crosby Hotel in New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 20th November 2014

Janeane Garofalo and Lisa Edelstein
Paul Adelstein, Janeane Garofalo, Lisa Edelstein, Beau Garrett and Necar Zadegan
Paul Adelstein, Janeane Garofalo, Lisa Edelstein, Beau Garrett, Necar Zadegan and Marti Nixon
Paul Adelstein, Janeane Garofalo, Lisa Edelstein, Beau Garrett, Necar Zadegan, Marti Nixon and Alanna Ubach
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Bravo's first scripted series 'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce' premiere

Lisa Edelstein, Paul Adelstein, Beau Garrett and Necar Zadegan - Photographs of a variety of stars as they arrived at the premiere for Bravo's first scripted series 'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce' The premiere was held at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel DTLA in Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 18th November 2014

Marti Noxon, Lisa Edelstein, Paul Adelstein, Beau Garrett and Execs
Marti Noxon, Lisa Edelstein, Paul Adelstein, Beau Garrett and Execs
Marti Noxon, Lisa Edelstein, Paul Adelstein, Beau Garrett and Execs
Lisa Edelstein, Paul Adelstein, Beau Garrett and Necar Zadegan
Lisa Edelstein, Paul Adelstein, Beau Garrett and Necar Zadegan

Tron: Legacy Review


Weak
It's fairly safe to say that most of the fans of this long-awaited sequel won't have been born when the original Tron was released in 1982. With the derivative story and direction, the whizzy effects are its only calling card.

After his computer-genius father Flynn (Bridges) disappeared, Sam (Hedlund) grew up not wanting anything to do with Dad's business. But when the company shifts priorities, he takes action. This sparks a message from Flynn's business partner (Boxleitner) that sends Sam investigating the old arcade game Tron.

Suddenly, Sam is zapped into his father's cyberworld, where he has to battle to stay alive. And when he finds his now-old dad, he teams up with the hot Quorra (Wilde) to defeat the evil leader Clu (a digital young Bridges) and get home.

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Tron: Legacy Trailer


Sam Flynn's father disappeared when he was 2 years old, now 25 years on he decides to look into the occurrence, according to his father's friends, Kevin would never have left his Sam in the way he did.

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Made of Honor Review


Grim
Tom (Patrick Dempsey) had one good idea in college. He invented the coffee collar, that cardboard ring that fits around a cup and keeps a customer's hand from burning.

Today, Tom's a self-made (and self-absorbed) millionaire who spends his evenings with random bimbos and his days with best friend Hannah (Michelle Monaghan).Though they form the perfect pair, Tom doesn't view Hannah as girlfriend material until she leaves Manhattan on a six-week business trip to Scotland. Like a lovesick pup, Tom fidgets and whines until his loved one returns. Too bad for him Hannah's baggage includes a strapping Scottish fiancée (Kevin McKidd).

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Turistas Review


Terrible
A tradesman in the ways of directing half-naked women, director John Stockwell has his hands full in his first foray into the horror genre. Stockwell has spent most of his career constructing exercises in bromidic romance and laughs, but here he attempts to follow up Into the Blue, his insipid take on The Deep, with a much darker trip into a tropical locale.

On a bus heading to a popular tourist town in Brazil, Alex (Josh Duhamel) has been given the charge of looking after his late-teen sister Bea (Olivia Wilde) and her friend Amy (Beau Garrett). When a near-accident sends the bus careening down a mountain and leaves the passengers waiting for another one, Alex, Bea, and Amy hook up with two Brits (Desmond Askew and Max Brown) and Pru (Melissa George), a tanned-up, bilingual woman who catches Alex's eye. They all head down to a beach bar where they proceed to drink themselves silly, grind against one another and practice the ancient art of putting on a bikini without getting naked (admittedly, my technique is lagging). When the sun comes up, the group realizes they have been drugged and that someone has stolen all their belongings, including passports and airplane tickets.

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Turistas Review


Terrible
A tradesman in the ways of directing half-naked women, director John Stockwell has his hands full in his first foray into the horror genre. Stockwell has spent most of his career constructing exercises in bromidic romance and laughs, but here he attempts to follow up Into the Blue, his insipid take on The Deep, with a much darker trip into a tropical locale.

On a bus heading to a popular tourist town in Brazil, Alex (Josh Duhamel) has been given the charge of looking after his late-teen sister Bea (Olivia Wilde) and her friend Amy (Beau Garrett). When a near-accident sends the bus careening down a mountain and leaves the passengers waiting for another one, Alex, Bea, and Amy hook up with two Brits (Desmond Askew and Max Brown) and Pru (Melissa George), a tanned-up, bilingual woman who catches Alex's eye. They all head down to a beach bar where they proceed to drink themselves silly, grind against one another and practice the ancient art of putting on a bikini without getting naked (admittedly, my technique is lagging). When the sun comes up, the group realizes they have been drugged and that someone has stolen all their belongings, including passports and airplane tickets.

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