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Atmosphere and Chris Roberts Sunday 24th June 2012 Equality of California Awards Kick-Off Garden Party held at a Private Residence

Atmosphere and Chris Roberts
Atmosphere and Chris Roberts
Atmosphere and Chris Roberts

Doug Jones, Ian Eyre, Bob Yurkis and Chris Roberts - Doug Jones, Ian Eyre, Bob Yurkis, Chris Roberts Los Angeles, California - Doritos Crash The Superbowl Commercial Screening of the 30 second Doritos 'Crash the Superbowl' Commercial at Barneys Beanery in Burbank Wednesday 2nd December 2009

Doug Jones, Ian Eyre, Bob Yurkis and Chris Roberts
Doug Jones and Kimberly Durrett
Doug Jones and Ian Eyre
Doug Jones, Ian Eyre, Bob Yurkis and Chris Roberts
Doug Jones and Kimberly Durrett

Outlander Review


Bad
We are apparently in the midst of a minor Viking renaissance. In 2007, Marcus Nispel followed up his successful revamp of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with the little seen Pathfinder. Centering on an orphaned Norsemen, the Native Americans who raised him, and their battle against returning Scandinavian hordes, it was not a box office success. Heck, one imagines that most people reading this opening paragraph don't even know the movie existed. Now comes Outlander, a surreal sci-fi link up of Alien, Predator, Species, and Beowulf. When it stays in space, it works. When it hits the ancient lands of Odin however, it flops around like fetid smoked fish.

On his way back to his home planet on a funereal mission, extraterrestrial Kainan (James Caviezel) discovers a deadly alien beast known as a Moorwen onboard his ship. It causes the vessel to crash land in Norway circa the 7th century. After getting his bearings and sending a distress signal, Kainan begins to explore the area. He is soon trapped by warrior Wulfric (Jack Huston) and taken to the fortified stronghold of King Rothgar (John Hurt) and his wild, unwieldy daughter Freya (Sophia Myles).

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The Big White Review


Very Good
It's kind of bizarre that The Big White never landed a proper theatrical release. I mean, how many Robin Williams/Holly Hunter/Woody Harrelson movies go straight to video?

Well, one that I know of.

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Lucky Number Slevin Review


Very Good
Pay attention. This is going to be confusing.

Everyone thinks the mysterious Slevin (Josh Hartnett) is Nick. The confusion is understandable; after all, Slevin does look like Nick, and he's staying at Nick's apartment for a few days while the real Nick (Sam Jaeger) is somewhere else -- though nobody knows where, or even if he's alive. The only person to know that Slevin isn't Nick is Nick's neighbor, Lindsey (Lucy Liu). She discovers Slevin when she knocks on Nick's door to borrow ingredients, but accidentally she catches a glimpse of Slevin as he's getting out of the shower -- flames of lust ignite.

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Outlander Movie Review

Outlander Movie Review

We are apparently in the midst of a minor Viking renaissance. In 2007, Marcus Nispel...

Lucky Number Slevin Movie Review

Lucky Number Slevin Movie Review

Pay attention. This is going to be confusing.Everyone thinks the mysterious Slevin (Josh Hartnett) is...

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