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The Help Trailer


Skeeter has always dreamt of becoming a writer; fresh out of college she attempts to get a job at one of New York's best publishing houses but unfortunately isn't successful at landing the job. Returning home she starts to write a column for the local news paper but is distracted by personal matters when she learns that the family maid, who raised Skeeter, has gone missing.

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The 22nd Annual Broadway Cares Broadway Flea Market in Shubert Alley

Brian Kerwin Sunday 21st September 2008 The 22nd Annual Broadway Cares Broadway Flea Market in Shubert Alley New York City, USA

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attends the 'ABC Daytime Salute to Broadway Cares Reception' at the Marriott Marquis Hotel

Brian Kerwin Sunday 2nd March 2008 attends the 'ABC Daytime Salute to Broadway Cares Reception' at the Marriott Marquis Hotel New York City, USA

Brian Kerwin attends the 'ABC Daytime Salute to Broadway Cares Reception' at the Marriott Marquis Hotel

Brian Kerwin Sunday 2nd March 2008 Brian Kerwin attends the 'ABC Daytime Salute to Broadway Cares Reception' at the Marriott Marquis Hotel New York City, USA

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Mr. Jealousy Review


Excellent
The long-overdue follow-up to Noah Baumbach's brilliant Kicking and Screaming, Mr. Jealousy is another look at a not-so-gracefully aging Generation X and its travails with relationships. Eric Stoltz stars as that typical Stoltz character with surprising effectiveness. A flawed but very entertaining character study.

Jack Review


Grim
Robin Williams gets to play at being a kid again -- and this time it's not a metaphor: He's a 10-year-old child who has aged at four times the normal rate. Watch for J. Lo as Jack's teacher, then try not to fall asleep. Not exactly Francis Ford Coppola's (who directed this film simply because he could do so in his neighborhood) crowning achievement.

Love Field Review


Weak
The death of JFK is the backdrop for this quirky and vaguely unsatisfying film, which puts Michelle Pfeiffer (Oscar nominated here) in a platinum blonde 'do and on a road trip to the Kennedy funeral with an unlikely companion: Dennis Haysbert and his young daughter. Not quite a study of civil rights in the '60s, not quite a Thelma & Louise, and not quite a relationship story, Love Field is mostly a by-the-book period drama intended as Oscar bait. This time, it worked.
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