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Results Review


Weak

There's a loose charm to this comedy that disarms the audience, raising smiles instead of laughter as three nutty characters swirl around each other. But writer-director Andrew Bujalski (Computer Chess) seems happy to just let things meander without much sense of momentum and no real underlying point. So the characters become less endearing the more we get to know them.

It's set in a gym in Austin, Texas, where the dim owner Trevor (Guy Pearce) has a dream to create the ultimate holistic fitness centre, a goal constantly belittled by his sharp-tongued employee Kat (Coby Smulders), a fitness-obsessed personal trainer with whom he once had a brief fling. Their newest client is the recently wealthy Danny (Kevin Corrigan), who is just looking for ways to spend money and kill time. But Kat once again blurs professional boundaries, and Danny sacks her. Trevor steps in, offering Danny some whole-life training, which inadvertently convinces Danny to invest in his super-gym, working through a quirky lawyer (Giovanni Ribisi) and an estate agent (Constance Zimmer) who happens to be Trevor's current squeeze. What could possibly go wrong?

Bujalski reveals details about each character slowly, with back-stories and flashbacks thrown randomly into the unfocussed narrative. The film has a brisk pace, but is fairly aimless until more details are revealed about these people. Pearce is very funny as the too-serious Trevor, and his earnestness is the perfect foil for the cynical Kat, who is played with stinging cynicism by the up-for-it Smulders. The problem is that while their mutual physical attraction is believable, the underlying romance isn't. And while Corrigan completes the triangle nicely, he's so disinterested in everything and everyone that it's difficult to imagine him ever developing a proper friendship. Thankfully, the interaction is packed with barbed wit and some intriguingly dark emotion.

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Andy Roddick Foundation Gala 2015

Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick - Andy Roddick Foundation Gala 2015 held at ACL Live in Austin at ACL Live - Austin, Texas, United States - Tuesday 5th May 2015

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Brooklyn Decker Remains Ridiculously Gourgeous While Pregnant


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Congratulations to Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick, who have just announced that they’re expecting their first child. At this point you may be wondering, Brooklyn... who? Let me save you the Google search – Brooklyn is a veteran Sports Illustrated cover girl, who is currently making the transition into film with movies like Just Go with It, What to Expect When You’re Expecting, and more recently, Results.

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iHeartRadio Country Festival

Brooklyn Decker - iHeartRadio Country Festival held at the Frank Erwin Center - Arrivals at Frank Erwin Center - Austin, Texas, United States - Saturday 2nd May 2015

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Premiere Of Netflix's 'Grace And Frankie'

Brooklyn Decker - A variety of stars were snapped as they attended the Premiere Of Netflix's 'Grace And Frankie' which was held at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 29th April 2015

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The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Brooklyn Decker - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Oscars - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 23rd February 2015

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The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Brooklyn Decker - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center, Oscars - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015

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What to Expect When You're Expecting Review


Grim
The odd moment of honest drama or genuinely witty humour catches us completely off guard, because this is one of those resolutely bland Hollywood star machines that bears no resemblance to the real world at all.

In Atlanta, TV fitness guru Jules (Diaz) is about to reveal that she's pregnant by her celebrity dance show partner Evan (Morrison). Meanwhile, Holly and Alex (Lopez and Santoro) are looking into adoption even though they're not sure they're ready; Wendy and Gary (Banks and Falcone) are finally expecting after trying for years, only to be upstaged by Gary's dad (Quaid) and his much younger wife (Decker); and food truck operators Rosie and Marco (Kendrick and Crawford) rekindle their teen romance with unexpected results.

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Video - Brooklyn Decker And Taylor Kitch Among Stars At Australian Premier Of Battleship


The key players from the upcoming Battleship film, based on the Hasbro game of the same name, assembled in Sydney for the Australian premier of the film. In the clip director Peter Berg discusses the credentials that singers have always exhibited in films, stating that Rihanna had always seemed like the right person for the part of weapons expert Raikes.

Co-stars Brooklyn Decker and Taylor Kitch, who play Samantha and Alex Hopper respectively, discussed their admiration for the director as well as Rihanna's part in the film making process as well as jesting about their own contribution to the film. Actor and New Zealander John Tui, who plays Beast in the film, was also down under for the premier

Battleship Review


Good
You'd have to go back to 1998's Armageddon to find another film that so adeptly combines whopping apocalyptic action and corny save-the-planet heroics. Even if this feels like low-rent Michael Bay, it's a definitive popcorn blockbuster: a dumb movie that keeps us blissfully entertained.

Alex (Kitsch) is a smart guy who has wasted his life so, after getting in trouble while impressing a hot girl (Decker), his Naval-officer brother (Skarsgard) drafts him into service. Later on a Pacific Rim war-game exercise, Alex ends up in charge of the only ship nearby after aliens invade earth and put a force-field around Hawaii. Working with his plucky crew (including Rihanna, Asano, Tui and Plemons), Alex must figure out how to out-wit these Transformer-like killers. By the way, the hot girl turns out to be the daughter of the admiral (Neeson).

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Just Go With It Review


Terrible
This remake of the 1969 comedy Cactus Flower somehow manages to run for nearly two hours without inspiring even a giggle. And the filmmakers really try. But it's just about watchable due to some engaging performances.

Danny (Sandler) is a plastic surgeon who has found that pretending to be in a bad marriage is a sure-fire way to seduce women. Then he meets bombshell nice-girl Palmer (Decker) and his plan backfires. He thinks there may be a future with her, but she wants to meet his wife to make sure it's over. So Danny gets his assistant Katherine (Aniston) to pose as his ex, inadvertently roping her eerily smart children (Madison and Gluck) into the improvised charade along with Danny's loser cousin Eddie (Swardson).

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