'Big Eyes' star Krysten Ritter was among the star arrivals at the New York premiere of the Margaret Keane biopic held at the Museum of Modern Art. Keane herself was also at the event, looking rather shy as she posed meekly on the red carpet.
Danny Elfman and Bridget Fonda - Danny Elfman and Bridget Fonda Hollywood, California - Los Angeles Premiere of Inglourious Basterds Premiere held at The Grauman Chinese Theatre - Arrivals Monday 10th August 2009
Bridget Fonda, Danny Elfman and Molly Elfman - Bridget Fonda, Danny Elfman, Molly Elfman Held at The Arclight Theatres Hollywood, California - Film Independent Screening Of 'Taking Woodstock' Tuesday 4th August 2009
It's not that the unending stream of preschoolish fart and pecker jokes are offensive, they're just tiresome and invariably expected. And they persist, from the opening scene to the entirely unsurprising conclusion. Fortunately, though, the film has some subplots. Unfortunately, they're absolutely senseless.
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City Hall is a drama/thriller with most of the thrill sucked out of it. After a ridiculously convoluted opening, filled with the weak voice-over of the Deputy Mayor of New York City, Kevin Calhoun (John Cusack), we find ourselves embroiled in the world of Mayor John Pappas (Pacino). As the film opens, we find a cop and mobster killed in a shoot-out, taking with them the life of a six-year old boy.
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So there's some promise here. But does this monster movie rise above recent crap like Anaconda or Jaws 3-D? A little. It's better than Anaconda, anyway.
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The conceit this time: Each director takes a piece of classical music and sets it to film -- mostly without dialogue and invariably without any sense whatsoever.
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Date of birth
27th January, 1964
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