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Clifton Davis, Adam Jacobs, Audra McDonald, Steel Burkhardt, Courtney Reed, James Monroe Iglehart and Cast - Six-time Tony award winner Audra McDonald visits the cast of the Broadway musical Aladdin at the New Amsterdam Theatre - Backstage. at New Amsterdam Theatre, - New York, New York, United States - Saturday 3rd January 2015

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Clifton Davis - Photographs from the red carpet as a vast array of stars arrived for the World Premiere of Disney's film musical 'Into The Woods' which was held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 9th December 2014

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Clifton Davis - Photographs from the red carpet as a vast array of stars arrived for the World Premiere of Disney's film musical 'Into The Woods' which was held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 9th December 2014

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Clifton Davis - Opening night after party for Broadway's Aladdin, held at Gotham Hall - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 20th March 2014

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The Climb Review


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I don't mean to laugh, but when you put Dabney Coleman and Todd Bridges in a movie, you gotta chuckle a little bit.

But this is no piece of pop culture camp -- this is a serious melodrama about mountainclimbing and God, courtesy of World Wide Pictures, aka The Motion Picture Ministry of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Unbeknownst to me, Billy's quite a movie producer -- with such recent titles as Something to Sing About and the Rat Race-takeoff Road to Redemption.

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Max Keeble's Big Move Review


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Even when presented with a reasonably original idea for a kids' movie like "Max Keeble's Big Move," Disney can always find a way to bleed all the color out of it and give the resulting product that Mouse House assembly-line feel.

Max (Alex D. Linz), our hero, is a diminutive, idiosyncratic seventh-grader with a rubbery face and a hurricane hairdo, who starts junior high on the wrong foot, running afoul of two bullies and the conniving school principal on the first day of class. The original idea in here is that just when he's sure he's in for a miserable year, his father announces the family is moving away, and Max realizes he has a golden opportunity to assert himself and wreak some havoc without any consequences.

Max concocts a plan to humiliate the bullies, expose the principal's illicit designs for the school budget, and make time with a ninth-grader (Brooke Anne Smith) so babelicious that she gets Britney Spears' "Hit Me Baby (One More Time)" as her very own theme song.

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The Climb Movie Review

The Climb Movie Review

I don't mean to laugh, but when you put Dabney Coleman and Todd Bridges in...

Max Keeble's Big Move Movie Review

Max Keeble's Big Move Movie Review

Even when presented with a reasonably original idea for a kids' movie like "Max Keeble's...

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