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YLA vs Vanessa Hudgens performing live on stage at Bootsy Bellows

Brooke Adams, Nori Juliano, Vanessa Hudgens, Laura New, Dominique Domingo and Jamie Ruiz - YLA vs Vanessa Hudgens performing live on stage at Bootsy Bellows. Its Hudgens first performance in four years with LA's hottest new group YLA. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 24th September 2013

Brooke Adams, Nori Juliano, Vanessa Hudgens, Laura New, Dominique Domingo and Jamie Ruiz
Brooke Adams, Nori Juliano, Vanessa Hudgens, Laura New, Dominique Domingo and Jamie Ruiz
Brooke Adams, Nori Juliano, Vanessa Hudgens, Laura New, Dominique Domingo and Jamie Ruiz
Brooke Adams, Nori Juliano, Vanessa Hudgens, Laura New, Dominique Domingo and Jamie Ruiz
Brooke Adams, Nori Juliano, Vanessa Hudgens, Laura New, Dominique Domingo and Jamie Ruiz

Video - Amanda Setton, Jon Voight And Tony Shalhoub Arrive At 'Hitchcock' Premiere NY


A host of TV stars were snapped on the red carpet at the 'Hitchcock' premiere in New York. Among them were Anvil frontman Steve 'Lips' Kudlow who knows the movie's director Sacha Gervasi from when he used to be a roadie for the band.

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Picture - Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub , Tuesday 12th June 2012

Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub - Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub Tuesday 12th June 2012 The premiere after party for 'Rapture, Blister, Burn' held at Heartland Brewery

Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub

Picture - Brooke Adams, Dominique Domingo, Noreen... Los Angeles, California, Sunday 28th August 2011

Brooke Adams - Brooke Adams, Dominique Domingo, Noreen Juliano, Mandy Jiroux, and Laura New of the girl group BG5 Los Angeles, California - Candie's host The 2011 MTV VMA After Party at The Colony - Arrivals Sunday 28th August 2011

Picture - Brooke Adams, Tony Shalhoub HBO... , Monday 16th May 2011

Brooke Adams, HBO and Tony Shalhoub Monday 16th May 2011 Brooke Adams, Tony Shalhoub HBO presents the premiere of 'Too Big To Fail' based on the book by Andrew Ross Sorkin at the Museum of Modern Art. New York City, USA

Brooke Adams, HBO and Tony Shalhoub

The Dead Zone Review


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One of the more successful entries into the Stephen King horror film genre (and probably the best under the Dino De Laurentiis production label), The Dead Zone is aided in no small part by Christopher Walken in the lead role.

Walken stars as high school teacher Johnny Smith, who wrecks his Beetle and spends five years in a coma, only to discover he now has the gift of second sight. Predicting local tragedies is one thing, but eventually he becomes entangled in a political race (with Martin Sheen running for President), and Johnny foresees that if he wins, disaster will ensue (you know, the nuclear kind).

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Man on Fire (1987) Review


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Fairly awful, this star-studded revenge flick gives us a freaked-out Scott Glenn getting vengeance on the kidnappers who got his charge, a young Italian girl. The film begins with Glenn getting zipped up into a body bag, so we know things aren't going to go all that well. But don't mess with him: He's a man on fire! He'll get his due before he meets his end (or did he -- gasp! -- fake his death?)... and you'll get little more than a dull headache.

Made-Up Review


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There's no reason making a movie can't be a family affair, especially when there's an out-of-work actress in the bunch. But, then, you have to start wondering if maybe the motivation behind the project was too much about employment, not enough about entertainment. This homespun production fits the make-work formulation as it drifts in search of farcical comedy or a meaningful moment, trying hard to make up for its technical and artistic limitations by covering itself in a blanket of documentary improvisation and the loose, anything-goes structure of "reality" TV.

The scenario give us Elizabeth James Tivey (Brooke Adams, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Gas Food Lodging), an actress who gave up her career to raise daughter Sara (perky, energetic Eva Amurri, The Banger Sisters). Now she's somewhat older than when she was a boxoffice draw, with a head of grey hair instead of the alluring black that made her a knockout. 16-year-old Sara doesn't want to pursue the professional career mom is pushing for her. Instead, she's into becoming a beautician and sees mom as the perfect practice model. To make mom glamorous again (get it? the title?), she brings on brushes, wigs, and face lifts.

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The Dead Zone Review


Good
One of the more successful entries into the Stephen King horror film genre (and probably the best under the Dino De Laurentiis production label), The Dead Zone is aided in no small part by Christopher Walken in the lead role.

Walken stars as high school teacher Johnny Smith, who wrecks his Beetle and spends five years in a coma, only to discover he now has the gift of second sight. Predicting local tragedies is one thing, but eventually he becomes entangled in a political race (with Martin Sheen running for President), and Johnny foresees that if he wins, disaster will ensue (you know, the nuclear kind).

Continue reading: The Dead Zone Review

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