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Safe Kids Day 2016

Breckin Meyer , daughter Clover Meyer - Safe Kids Day 2016 held at Smashbox Studios - Arrivals at Smashbox Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 24th April 2016

Breckin Meyer and Daughter Clover Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Daughter Clover Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Daughter Clover Meyer

Randall Slavin's 'Achromatic' Exhibit Opening

Breckin Meyer , Ryan Phillippe - Celebrities attend Randall Slavin's 'Achromatic' Exhibit Opening at KM Fine Arts. at KM Fine Arts - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 13th April 2016

Breckin Meyer and Ryan Phillippe
Breckin Meyer and Ryan Phillippe
Breckin Meyer and Ryan Phillippe
Breckin Meyer and Ryan Phillippe
Breckin Meyer and Ryan Phillippe
Breckin Meyer and Ryan Phillippe

Breckin Meyer Takes His Daughters To The Farmers Market

Breckin Meyer - Breckin Meyer shows of his skills with a basketball during a trip to the Studio City Farmers Market with his two daughters - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 21st February 2016

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Breckin Meyer
Breckin Meyer
Breckin Meyer, Clover Meyer and Caitlin Willow Meyer
Breckin Meyer, Clover Meyer and Caitlin Willow Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Clover Meyer

Pete Wentz And Breckin Meyer Queue Up At The Valet Stand At Joan's On Third

Pete Wentz, Breckin Meyer, Meagan Camper, Clover Meyer , Caitlin Willow Meyer - Pete Wentz and Breckin Meyer queue up at the valet stand at Joan's on Third with their children - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 28th December 2015

Pete Wentz, Breckin Meyer, Meagan Camper, Clover Meyer and Caitlin Willow Meyer
Pete Wentz, Breckin Meyer, Meagan Camper, Clover Meyer and Caitlin Willow Meyer
Pete Wentz
Pete Wentz
Pete Wentz, Meagan Camper and Bronx Mowgli Wentz
Pete Wentz, Bronx Mowgli Wentz and Breckin Meyer

Breckin Meyer Crosses A Busy Street

Breckin Meyer , Clover Meyer - Breckin Meyer crosses a busy street while out and about with his daughter in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 15th November 2015

Breckin Meyer and Clover Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Clover Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Clover Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Clover Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Clover Meyer
Breckin Meyer and Clover Meyer

Safe Kids Day L.A.: Drew Barrymore Talks Motherhood & Safety [Pictures]


Drew Barrymore Ciara Kendra Wilkinson Malin Akerman Breckin Meyer

Drew Barrymore showed off her baby bump at the Safe Kids Day in Los Angeles on Saturday (5th April). 39-year-old Barrymore is expecting her second child with husband Will Kopelman. The couple have one daughter, 15-month-old Olive.

Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore is pregnant with her second child with husband Will Kopelman.

Read more: Drew Barrymore Is "Relieved" To Be Expecting Another Girl.

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Mars Needs Moms Trailer


Milo is a typical boy, anything that's good for him, he doesn't really like. His mom is always telling him to eat his greens, but he always tries to find ways around eating dreadful things like broccoli. As far as Milo's concerned, what do moms really know? He'll do just fine on his own. But all is about to change when Milo's mom is abducted by aliens.

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Blue State Review


OK
I would imagine that even deep in the heart of Texas, everyone knows somebody like John (Breckin Meyer), the character at the center of Blue State. You remember this guy: He swore in 2004 that if Bush was re-elected to the Presidency he would -- wait for it -- move to Canada, I swear. I worked right next to that guy for a full year, and guess where he moved? Nowhere.

After John Kerry falls to defeat at the hands of Dubya, John finds his campaign promise, aired on television, being taken seriously. He's also lost his job and his girlfriend, so there's really nothing keeping him in California. So, why not? Move to Canada. OK.

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Road Trip Review


Very Good
Tom Green might say: Road Trip is the greatest movie of all time.

He'd be right. If you're a 15-year old boy.

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Kate & Leopold Review


Excellent
At first glance, Kate & Leopold appears to be a fairly run-of-the-mill romantic fantasy. A successful, 21st century woman meets the Duke of Albany circa 1876, via a hiccup in the time-space continuum. And although they can't find true love within their own generations, it might be possible with one another. Sounds like a recipe for a safe, mushy Hollywood movie, so what makes this film different? It's the way writer-director James Mangold (Copland, Girl,Interrupted) avoids stereotype, with an intelligent, crowd-pleasing take on the time travel love story. It's smart enough to remind us just how stupid a movie like Just Visiting is.

And not only is the storytelling sharp, but the characters are too. Meg Ryan (not too perky, not too whiny) is Kate McKay, working her way up the NYC corporate ladder, but too busy for love after a four-year relationship with her brilliant ex, Stuart (Liev Schreiber). When Stuart discovers an open portal in the fabric of time -- you have to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge at just the right time -- he accidentally brings the 19th century Duke back to modern-day New York. Everyone involved, including Ryan's kid brother Charlie (the underrated Breckin Meyer), clearly has some baggage and life experience, and Mangold's script (co-written with Steven Rogers) clues us in without clobbering us.

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Herbie: Fully Loaded Review


OK
A car with a mind of its own meets a screenplay with no mind to speak of in Herbie: Fully Loaded, Disney's brainless but painless effort to reintroduce its overhauled Volkswagen Bug to a new generation of gearheads. And while party gal Lindsay Lohan is a significant visual upgrade over original Love Bug stars Buddy Hackett and Dean Jones, Herbie has the same sophomoric physical gags and safe family humor tucked under his hood.

Lohan plays Maggie Peyton, the only daughter born into a family known for producing stock car drivers. Dad (Michael Keaton) calls the shots from the pits, brother Ray (Breckin Meyer) crashes cars on a weekly basis, and Maggie goes unnoticed until the day she comes into contact with a possessed VW Beetle that feels the need for speed. Together with her best friend and fellow mechanic, Kevin (Justin Long), Maggie starts entering local races, where she accidentally humiliates NASCAR Nextel Cup champ Trip Murphy (Matt Dillon) and sets the stage for a showdown race at the California Speedway.

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54 Review


OK
Extremely watery and soap opera-ish, this expose on the inner workings of Studio 54 at the end of the 1970s is pretty tame. Sure, drugs, sex, money, booze, etc. were all free-flowing. But who didn't know that? The fictionalized story of a bartender's rise to power that's weaved in here doesn't make the film any better.

Tail Lights Fade Review


OK
Well, it turns out it's a mad, mad, mad, mad Canada in this Cannonball Run/Smokey and the Bandit clone for the late 1990s. This time out, four twentysomethings are heading across the Great White North in order to clear out a barn full of pot before the cops find it, not to mention other nefarious types, backstabbing, and doublecrossing.

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Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare Review


Terrible
The only Nightmare on Elm Street movie to begin with a Friedrich Nietzsche quote and give us Freddy riding a broomstick, aping The Wizard of Oz -- all in the first 10 minutes -- not to mention appearances from a young Breckin Meyer to Yaphet Kotto. Cameos are legion: From a returning Johnny Depp (credited as Oprah Noodlemantra) to then-hot Tom Arnold and Roseanne. Too bad it's all for naught. Longtime Nightmare collaborator Rachel Talalay (a production manager on the first installment and later a screenwriter) got behind the camera on this outing, turning in the absolute worst entry of the series. (Freddy as video game character murderer? Pass.)

Herbie: Fully Loaded Review


Good
Every time Lindsay Lohan and Disney join forces to updatea kiddie movie from the studio's slap-dash period of the 1960s and '70s,they've come away with a winner.

1998's remake of "The Parent Trap" showed a savvy sense of humorwhere the original was merely cutesy-poo. 2003's hilarious "FreakyFriday" expanded on its predecessor's body-swapconcept to hit the nail on the head of mother-daughter relationships. Nowcomes "Herbie: Fully Loaded," a witty and creative follow-upto the dumb but endearing "Love Bug" movies about a race-crazyVolkswagen Beetle that comes to life.

Lohan plays fresh college grad Maggie, a speed demon groundedfrom racing by her struggling NASCAR-driver father (Michael Keaton) aftera bad crash in an illegal street race. For her graduation present, Daddytakes her to a junkyard to pick out a fixer-upper car, and she reluctantlychooses a rusty 1963 Volkswagen Beetle with a forgotten history and waymore personality than Maggie bargained for. The moment Maggie turns thekey in Herbie's ignition, the little Bug takes off like an excited puppy-- with his passenger screaming her head off -- and the pair end up ata backwoods body shop where Herbie gets a make-over and Maggie gets a loveinterest (Justin Long).

While looking for parts at a car show, Herbie and Maggiefall into an impromptu street race, which leads to a nitrous-fueled desertshowdown for pink slips, then a demolition derby ("10 cars enter,one car leaves!" chants the crowd in a "Mad Max" tribute)and -- after some serious souping-up with a roll cage, fat tires, a spoiler,and passing mention of a rules loophole -- a shot at NASCAR glory.

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Mars Needs Moms Trailer

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Go Movie Review

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Road Trip Movie Review

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