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Cheryl Hines at the 2017 People's Choice Awards held at the Microsoft Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 19th January 2017

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Wilson Trailer


Wilson (Woody Harrelson) may not be the most likeable of fellows; he has a penchant for startling and offending strangers with his overly honest opinions; but he considers almost everyone as a friend he just hasn't met yet. His gregariousness, however, didn't save his relationship with his estranged wife Pippi (Laura Dern) when she left him 17 years ago, and since then he's been on a quest to save himself from his crushing loneliness. Things seem to take a turn for the better when he discovers that Pippi put a daughter named Claire (Isabella Amara) up for adoption around the time that they broke up, and he sets out to find her and become the father that he's always wanted to be. He drags a reluctant Pippi along with him, but is he just trying to force a happy family on two unwilling figures that don't really want anything to do with him?

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Nine Lives Trailer


Tom Brand has always been a workaholic and his company is in the fanal stages of one of their biggest projects to date. As with a lot of people who have high flying careers, Tom's family have taken somewhat of a backseat in his life. Particularly his wife Lara and 10 year old daughter Rebecca. 

Living in a luxury city apartment, Tom isn't often found with his family but as it's Rebecca's birthday, he knows that he can't miss it. With no gift to give his daughter and knowing that he's spent such little time with her recently, Tom decides to stop off and get her a gift that's sure to make her happy - something she's asked for for years. A cat. 

The store where Tom picks up the cat (called Mr. Fuzzypants) is run by an eccentric man called Felix Perkins and as soon as Mr Perkins and the newest member of the Brand family become part of Tom's life, odd things start to happen. Soon Tom's life is turned upside down and he's experiencing family life in a way that he - nor anyone else - has ever experienced before. 

Life After Beth Review


Excellent

While zombie rom-coms aren't original (see Shaun of the Dead or Warm Bodies), this take on the genre has such a deadpan tone that it feels refreshingly unpredictable. While the plot sometimes seems like it's going to spin completely out of control, writer-director Jeff Baena (who wrote I Heart Huckabees) holds it together with clever twists and turns and smart, witty dialogue. And the terrific cast helps balance the humour and horror with a hint of emotional depth.

It opens as soulful teenager Zach (Dane DeHaan) is grieving about his recently deceased girlfriend Beth (Aubrey Plaza), who was killed by a snake bite. As Zach and Beth's parents (John C. Reilly and Molly Shannon) help each other get over the shock, they are startled when she arrives back home as if nothing happened. Utterly unaware that she's undead, Beth can't understand why Zach is looking at her strangely, while her parents become super protective, refusing to let her outside for fear that someone will spot a dead girl walking around. Then Zach begins to notice that Beth isn't the only person in town who has come back to life. And when he runs into old friend Erica (Anna Kendrick), Beth's jealousy seems to trigger a full-on zombie invasion.

By focussing on the warped relationships between the characters, the film keeps the audience both involved and entertained. The humour is a mix of bone-dry dialogue and riotously nutty visual gags that escalate as the story progresses. And there are constant wrinkles in the plot, such as how Beth conveniently can't remember breaking up with Zach before she died. Or how Zach's gung-ho brother (a scene stealing Matthew Gray Gubler) reacts to the growing threat of the walking-dead. And by combining real heart with silly comedy and even some genuine scariness, filmmaker Baena manages to make some sharp observations about both love and grief.

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Video - Guests Gather For Robert F. Kennedy Jr. And Cheryl Hines Wedding


Guests are spotted arriving at the happy occasion that was the wedding of socialite Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and comedy actress Cheryl Hines at the luxury Kennedy compound in Hyannis, Massachusetts. Among arrivals were United States Senator Ted Kennedy's wife Joan Kennedy and 'Veep' star Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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Actress Cheryl Hines Weds Robert F. Kennedy In Oppulent Massachusetts Wedding


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Congratulations to Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy, who just tied the knot in Massachusetts! The high-profile pair had the ceremony at the Kennedy Compoundon Cape Cod in Hyannis Port, because that’s just how you celebrate a new member of the Kennedy family – with luxury and a massive guestlist.

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Cheryl Hines looks visibly moved and excited as she arrives at the wedding tent.

Said massive guestlist included upwards of 300 of the Kennedys’ closest family and friends, ncluding Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kevin Nealon and Ed Begley Jr.

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Life After Beth Trailer


Zach is a total mess following the sudden death of his girlfriend Beth and turns to her equally grief-stricken parents for support. However, when they stop contacting him, he becomes confused by their evasiveness and begins to suspect their daughter is still alive. Sure enough, there's a hole in the ground by her presumably previously occupied grave and she appears to have resurrected from the dead. Zach doesn't know what to think, but when he sees her looking just the same as she did before she died, he is overcome with emotion and decides to tell her everything that he wished he'd said before she passed. However, their happy ending is quickly cut short when Beth starts displaying increasingly erratic behaviour - such as biting and eating a man. Realising that she's a zombie complicates things for Zach, who'll give anything to keep her around but struggles to cope with her newfound brutality.

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Cheryl Hines HBO's 2013 Golden Globes Party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel - Arrivals Featuring: Cheryl Hines Where: Los Angeles, CA, United States When: 13 Jan 2013

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Cheryl Hines and Beverly Hilton Hotel
Cheryl Hines and Beverly Hilton Hotel
Cheryl Hines and Beverly Hilton Hotel
Cheryl Hines and Beverly Hilton Hotel
Cheryl Hines and Beverly Hilton Hotel

Video - Taylor Swift, Jerry Springer And Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Arrive At The Kennedy's Ripple Of Hope Awards Dinner


Taylor Swift, Jerry Springer, Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria Thomas and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. were among the mass of arrivals for the 2012 Ripple of Hope Awards Dinner at The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights in New York City.

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Cheryl Hines, Kathleen Kennedy and Patty Smyth Thursday 26th April 2012 Cheryl Hines, Kathleen Kennedy and Patty Smyth McEnroe at the 2012 Riverkeeper Fishermen's Ball. New York City, USA

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Pat Monahan, Cheryl Hines and Robert F Kennedy
Cheryl Hines and Robert F Kennedy
Cheryl Hines and Robert F Kennedy
Cheryl Hines and Robert F Kennedy
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Cheryl Hines - Robert Kennedy Jr and Cheryl Hines New York City, USA - The Huffington Post 2011 Game Changers Event at Skylight Soho Tuesday 18th October 2011

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Cheryl Hines

Cheryl Hines Monday 19th September 2011 Tropicana Las Vegas hosts a poker tournament for Brad Garrett's 'Maximum Hope Foundation' at Tropicana Hotel & Casino Los Vegas, Nevada

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Ray Romano, Brad Garrett and Cheryl Hines
Cheryl Hines
Ray Romano, Brad Garrett and Cheryl Hines
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Video - Cheryl Hines Spotted Shopping For Golf Clubs


Cheryl Hines spotted shopping for golf clubs

The Ugly Truth Review


Weak
It may be the nature of romantic comedies to be predictable, but this movie never departs from the formula at all. And while the cast is watchable, the film simply has nothing original to say.

Abby (Heigl) is a frazzled breakfast TV producer in Northern California, annoyed when the brutish Mike (Butler) is hired to present a male perspective on her show alongside smiling/strained hosts Larry and Georgia (Higgins and Hines). Mike's theory that men are only interested in looks enrages Abby, who is trying to woo a handsome, successful guy (Winter). Even though she's a complete control freak, she agrees to let Mike help her get her man.

Fortunately, the cast is charming and sometimes even funny. Heigl and Butler could do these roles in their sleep, oozing sass while cutely prickling against each other. Both of them are endearing, in a simplistic sort of way, throwing out witty one-liners and indulging in corny banter that implies the chemistry that is completely absent from the film. Much more fun are Higgins and Hines in small scene-stealing roles that are full of eye-rolling innuendo.

For a film about a strong woman, Abby is awfully needy and desperate. All she can think about is finding the perfect man, and we seem to be the only ones who realise that Mike is the only man the script has in mind for her. Meanwhile, for all his macho posturing and chauvinist comments, he's actually a sensitive soul who understands how men and woman connect. In other words, for all of its bluster, the film isn't remotely as edgy as it pretends to be.

All of the script's male-female sparring uses stereotypes and contrived situations to push the romance forward, from the Cyrano-like coaching to the unsophisticated (and unoriginal) vibrator gag. There are no subplots and no subtext at all. Even the sexuality is simplistic: it's just puritanical sniggering. And by the time the film finally addresses something resonant, wondering who could actually love a control freak, the contrived story and shallow approach leave us cold. But since this is a rom-com with likeable stars, that doesn't really matter.

Waitress Review


Very Good
Keri Russell had a certain low-key, empathetic quality as the sensitive coed on the WB series Felicity, but nothing about that whispery, earnest role indicated she could carry a movie herself, especially as a different character altogether. In Waitress she plays Jenna, an unhappily married young woman who channels her frustrations into the creation of fantastic pies, and taps a reservoir of star quality; it takes considerable charisma for an actress to likably cuss out her unborn child (she doesn't fantasize about a son or a daughter; she writes the child letters that start with "dear baby").

The film, written and directed by the late Adrienne Shelly, opens with Jenna discovering this pregnancy, and despairing over the fact that it ties her to her surly, controlling husband Earl (Jeremy Sisto). She dreams of escape plans, squirreling away tip money from her titular job and soliciting advice from her two friends and co-workers, while peevishly and secretly attending doctor's appointments with Dr. Pomatter (Nathan Fillion). In the back of her mind, Jenna seems to know that keeping secrets and extra cash may not be enough; her escape is attempted through a series of half-measures.

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Cheryl Hines

Date of birth

21st September, 1965

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

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Cheryl Hines Movies

Wilson Trailer

Wilson Trailer

Wilson (Woody Harrelson) may not be the most likeable of fellows; he has a penchant...

Nine Lives Trailer

Nine Lives Trailer

Tom Brand has always been a workaholic and his company is in the fanal stages...

Life After Beth Movie Review

Life After Beth Movie Review

While zombie rom-coms aren't original (see Shaun of the Dead or Warm Bodies), this take...

Life After Beth Trailer

Life After Beth Trailer

Zach is a total mess following the sudden death of his girlfriend Beth and turns...

The Ugly Truth Trailer

The Ugly Truth Trailer

Watch the trailer for The Ugly TruthAbby is the producer of a TV show, she's...

Space Chimps Movie Review

Space Chimps Movie Review

There are many concepts that work wonderfully in theory: communism, nuclear energy, monkeys in outer...

Waitress Movie Review

Waitress Movie Review

Keri Russell had a certain low-key, empathetic quality as the sensitive coed on the WB...

Keeping Up with the Steins Movie Review

Keeping Up with the Steins Movie Review

Garry Marshall as a free-spirited, Jewish hippie grandpa is funny. Garry Marshall's son, first-time director...

R.V. Movie Review

R.V. Movie Review

Bob Munro (Robin Williams) has reached a difficult intersection on the road of life. Once,...

RV Trailer

RV Trailer

In Columbia Pictures' family-adventure comedy RV, an overworked Bob Munro (Robin Williams), his wife Jamie...

Herbie: Fully Loaded Movie Review

Herbie: Fully Loaded Movie Review

A car with a mind of its own meets a screenplay with no mind to...

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