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When Casey and two of her friends go to the mall they're abducted by an unsuspecting and nervous looking man. When they awake the three girls find themselves locked away in a room, each with a camping mattress for a bed. The room is bare and they have no idea what's going on and they all fear for their lives.

Though they're free to roam in their room and bathroom, there's no windows and the only part of the world they can see from inside is through a small gap in the door which leads onto another room. As they peer through the small hole, they see a pair of high heeled shoes and immediately see the legs of a woman. Knowing that they were abducted by a man, the girls call out for help and what they find frightens and perplexes them all.

The person who comes to the room isn't a woman, it's their kidnapper and in a soft voice he tells the girls not to worry as 'he's not allowed to touch you' and goes on to say that the kidnapper 'listens' to her.

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Betty Buckley - Opening night for The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey at the Westside Theatre - Arrivals. at Westside Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 28th July 2015

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Daryl Roth and Betty Buckley

Betty Buckley - 2015 Vineyard Theatre Gala at the Edison Hotel Ballroom - Performance. at Edison Hotel Ballroom, - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 31st March 2015

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Melle Powers, Adam LeFevre, Cotter Smith, Betty Buckley, Cuba Gooding Jr, Hallie Foote and Sean Lyons - Cuba Gooding, Jr. backstage at the Off-Broadway play The Old Friends at the Signature Theatre. - New York, NY, United States - Thursday 22nd August 2013

Melle Powers, Adam Lefevre, Cotter Smith, Betty Buckley, Cuba Gooding Jr, Hallie Foote and Sean Lyons
Melle Powers, Adam Lefevre, Cotter Smith, Betty Buckley, Cuba Gooding Jr, Hallie Foote and Sean Lyons
Melle Powers, Adam Lefevre, Cotter Smith, Betty Buckley, Cuba Gooding Jr, Hallie Foote and Sean Lyons

Betty Buckley Monday 5th March 2012 After party for Broadway Backwards 7 at John's Pizzeria - Arrivals

Lea Delaria and Betty Buckley - Lea DeLaria and Betty Buckley New York City, USA - Opening night after party for the Off-Broadway play 'White's Lies held at the Inc. Lounge in the Time Hotel. Thursday 6th May 2010

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Lea Delaria and Betty Buckley
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Lea Delaria
Kate Walsh, Lea Delaria and Jesse Tyler Ferguson
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The Happening Review


Terrible
You know that co-worker that comes in after a long, uneventful weekend and insists upon telling you every dull detail of his equally uninteresting escapades? You know he thinks he's captivating, with a great story to tell, but you'd rather shove something sharp into your ears than listen to another minute of his banal ramblings? That's a lot like The Happening, one of the worst attempts at end-of-the-world ominousness since the Robot Holocaust battled the Ninja Apocalypse (and yes -- those are both actual movies).

One beautiful fall morning, all activity in New York's Central Park suddenly stops. Soon, people are cutting their own throats and stabbing themselves to death. Downtown, workers at an office building throw themselves off in a lemming-like mass suicide. In Philadelphia, science teacher Elliot Moore (Mark Wahlberg), his wife Alma (Zooey Deschanel), their best friend Julian (John Leguizamo), and his daughter Jess (Ashlyn Sanchez) all decide to head to the countryside to avoid the city -- and the source of the so-called attack. Soon, rumors begin flying of terrorist involvement, while others think the local nuclear power plant may be responsible. All anyone really knows is that the psychological virus is spreading and no one appears immune... or safe.

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Frantic Review


Excellent
It's a common nightmare. A simple mistake -- a mixed-up bag at the airport -- lands you in a world of shit far away from familiar surroundings. In this case, Harrison Ford plays an American in Paris whose wife goes missing while he's in the shower at their hotel. Soon he's mixed up in a drug ring and a smuggling gig, with a sexy vixen (Emmanuelle Seigner, wife of director Roman Polanski) along for the ride. Polanski paces the film very deliberately, with Ford in almost every scene, proving he's an exceptional actor. It's surprisingly taut, quite realistic, and worth watching. It isn't Polanski's greatest work, but it's a great success.

Simply Irresistable Review


Weak
Picture Like Water for Chocolate set in New York City's dining frenzy--only really boring and stupid.

Sheesh, here we have one of those You've Got Mail-style romances, with dueling heroes (here, Gellar is the little bistro chef, doing battle with Flanery's shopping center epicurian palace). Gellar's little shop is headed south, so it's Flanery to the rescue, right? Well, the secret that makes movies like The Shop Around the Corner work is that the heroes hate each other at first, then grow to love one another. Here, it's love at first sight, courtesy of a magic crab.

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Carrie (1976) Review


OK
I might be the only person in the world who thinks Brian DePalma's 1976 classic thriller Carrie (now out on DVD) is one of the most overrated, disappointing horror films of all time, but I stand behind my review, and I swear I can knock down just about any argument its defenders throw. This is my third viewing of the film. Every time I watch it, I find major problems in the story for all the same reasons.

Carrie is the tale of a high school senior named Carrie White, aptly played by Sissy Spacek, who spends her days at school as the center of nearly every cruel ridicule and her hours at home with a constricting, sadistic, fanatically religious mother (Piper Laurie). Let's just say the mother is like a female version of Sergeant Hartman in Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, and Carrie is the distressed Private Pyle.

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Simply Irresistible Review


Weak

In "Simply Irresistible," Sarah Michelle Gellar(of the WB's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer") plays a restaurateurwith a gift for culinary creations that have a magical effect on anyonewho consumes them.

The concept -- while partially pilfered from an inventiveand spellbinding Mexican movie called "Like Water For Chocolate"-- has the potential to be a great catalyst for an enchanted romance, whichis where this picture is trying to go.

On some levels it succeeds. The inevitable recipe-relatedlove scenes are intrinsically sexy, what with all the licking of fingersand passionate meeting of lips that have just devoured delicious desserts.I mean, is there anyone out there whose two favorite things in the worldare not eating and sex?

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Split Trailer

Split Trailer

When Casey and two of her friends go to the mall they're abducted by an...

The Happening Movie Review

The Happening Movie Review

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