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Equity Trailer


Naomi Bishop is a senior investment banker who works in the male dominated world of Wall St Finance, and who quickly becomes involved in a world of corruption and scandal. In 'Equity', Bishop misses out on an opportunity for a promotion in her company when it becomes apparent that she miscalculated the IPO's (Initial Public Offering) value and didn't handle the going public news effectively, as a result she needs to prove herself once again. This leads to her courting the promising newcomers in order to get her foot in the door and spot a potential business opportunity.

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B.J. BRITT, Shiri Appleby, Andi Dorfman, SARAH GERTRUDE SHAPIRO, Craig Bierko, Constance Zimmer, JEFFREY BOWYER-CHAPMAN, JOSH KELLY , CAROL BARBEE - 'An Evening with UnREAL' held at The Paley Center for Media - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 23rd May 2016

B.j. Britt, Shiri Appleby, Andi Dorfman, Sarah Gertrude Shapiro, Craig Bierko, Constance Zimmer, Jeffrey Bowyer-chapman, Josh Kelly and Carol Barbee
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Shiri Appleby
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Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer
Shiri Appleby, Rob Sharenow and Constance Zimmer

Craig Bierko - An Evening with UnREAL at Paley at Paley Center for Media - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Friday 31st July 2015

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Craig Bierko Tuesday 18th September 2012 Meet and greet with the cast of 'AdA' at the La MaMa rehearsal studios

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Estelle Parsons and Craig Bierko
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Craig Bierko, Estelle Parsons, Gia Crovatin and Larry Pine
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Estelle Parsons and Craig Bierko

The Three Stooges Review


OK
The Farrelly brothers return to the vacuously silly style of Dumb and Dumber for this gently idiotic comedy that recreates the iconic knucklehead trio that epitomised movie slapstick from the 1930s to the 1970s. Intriguingly, the film is warm and wacky, only rarely dips into today's more cynical, referential sense of humour. Clearly, the Farrellys have a real affection for the Three Stooges, as do the actors who recreate them.

The story starts as we watch Larry, Moe and Curly (Hayes, Diamantopoulos and Sasso) growing up in an orphanage, watched over by Mother Superior (Lynch) and several rather frazzled nuns (including Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson and Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David). But when the orphanage is threatened with closure, the clueless trio heads out to raise the cash needed to save it. They immediately run into the shamelessly wealthy Lydia (Vergara), who hires them to bump off her husband so she can run off with his business partner (Bierko). But of course everything goes crazily wrong.

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The Three Stooges Trailer


The Three Stooges is a comic caper, following the lives of three men who were left on the doorstep of an orphanage when they were babies. This updated version of the 1930s vaudeville act of the same name sees the familiar characters of Larry, Moe and Curly try to save their childhood orphanage from closure. In the process, they become embroiled in a bizarre murder plot, as well as finding themselves somehow starring in a phenomenally successful reality TV show.

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Craig Bierko Sunday 13th November 2011 Opening Night after party for the Off-Broadway production of 'Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays ' held at 24 Fifth Avenue party space. New York City, USA

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Craig Bierko, Harriet Harris, Mark Consuelos, Polly Draper and Richard Thomas
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Craig Bierko - Guest and Craig Bierko New York City, USA - 2011 Silver Hill Hospital gala at Cipriani 42nd Street Thursday 3rd November 2011

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Craig Bierko and Carrie Fisher
Craig Bierko and Carrie Fisher

The Change-up Review


OK
The director of Wedding Crashers and writers of The Hangover get together for a body-swap comedy that's as vulgar as you'd expect. But it also dips oddly into moralising slush, which kind of undermines any expected laugh fest.

While Dave (Bateman) has become a successful lawyer, complete with gorgeous wife Jamie (Mann) and three kids, his childhood friend Mitch (Reynolds) is living like a slacker with a string of random women. One night they wish they had each other's life and the next morning they wake up in each other's skin.

Of course, after the initial wackiness, Mitch is going to have to learn how to take Dave's responsibilities seriously, while Dave will need to discover how to relax and live a little. But how can they return to their own bodies?

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Danika Review


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Danika Merrick (Marisa Tomei) is a young suburban mother with a large family and an over-active imagination. When the brutal armed robbery of the bank in which she works winds up being nothing more than a really vivid hallucination, Danika decides to stay home and spend more time with the family -- much to her teenaged children's consternation. More hallucinations follow -- a missing and murdered girl, a terrorist attack on a school bus, a severed head in the fridge - and with each fresh jolt of psychosis, Danika's world gets smaller and less grounded in reality. She keeps a close eye on her kids and becomes obsessed with their budding sexuality. Danika worries about the faithfulness of her husband and the age of her psychiatrist. Pills follow. Nerves jangle. While everyone around her -- including the cops -- is convinced Danika's off her rocker, some of the hallucinations start coming true. Perhaps these aren't mere illusions but premonitions?

Danika is something of a puzzle film. Nearly every sequence contains some hint at the outcome. Some whisper towards the future. At times the approach is engaging, others just irritating. Scripter Joshua Leibner hopes to generate confusion and at the same time lend an almost reverential power to the onscreen happenings. It's like asking, "where is the line between psychosis and divination?" Thankfully the film moves towards a more satisfying conclusion than freshman year philosophy banter. Well, somewhat more satisfying: Every telegraphed shock and twist in Danika has been done before. It doesn't feel old, necessarily, just too familiar. Too comfortable.

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Scary Movie 4 Review


Weak
Scary Movie 4 is inane, gross, ridiculous, and pretty stupid. It also made me laugh more than once. That's evidently becoming the theme of slapstick spoof shtick (or at least the endless stream of Scary Movies), that they head straight for the lowest common denominator but amid all of the diarrhea jokes and people getting beaned in the face with flying objects, they hit upon something genuinely witty, almost by accident.

The dumb jokes are, of course, framed in send-ups of other box office hits from the last couple of years - Anna Faris's spectacularly inept and oblivious Cindy Campbell, who appeared in all the previous films, moves into the house from The Grudge, next door to Tom Cruise's - oh, sorry, Tom Ryan's - house from War of the Worlds. The plot, such as it is, somewhat follows the Worlds story, but is really a cobbled-together excuse to veer from spoof to spoof like a sketch comedy, and the dialogue, such as it is, is almost entirely forgettable. Actually, it's largely a time killer, something for the actors to do while carefully oblivious to the antics around them and not really meant to be heard over the guffaws of the audience.

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Sour Grapes Review


Good
Maligned and underrated, Sour Grapes is the feature debut of Larry David, one of the masterminds of Seinfeld. You definitely get that Seinfeld vibe here, but sadly, Weber and Bierko are no Seinfeld and Richards. A decent laugh.

The Thirteenth Floor Review


Weak
I want to start by mentioning that I actually work on the 13th floor of a real live building in downtown San Francisco. My business card actually reads "13th Floor". Reading my business card is more interesting than this film.

Interesting premise: Computer geniuses build a virtual reality machine that lets them go back in time to 1937 Los Angeles. Only the virtual people have feelings and emotions just like us; they don't know they're not real. But then they find out.

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Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas Review


Very Good
You might be tempted to dismiss Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as a curiosity, an attempt to exploit the pockets of fame enjoyed by Hunter S. Thompson and director Terry Gilliam.

When I first saw the film in 1998, that's what I did.

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I'm With Lucy Review


Weak
Monica Potter gets dumped, then ends up on countless blind dates in the aftermath, which gives us the relationships all sliced up and out of order. Which guy will she end up with? The freaky baseball player or the kooky entemologist? Or someone else? Doubtless you'll care as little as I did, since Potter's character is too vapid to be worth keeping in the first place.
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Craig Bierko Movies

Equity Trailer

Equity Trailer

Naomi Bishop is a senior investment banker who works in the male dominated world of...

The Three Stooges Movie Review

The Three Stooges Movie Review

The Farrelly brothers return to the vacuously silly style of Dumb and Dumber for this...

The Three Stooges Trailer

The Three Stooges Trailer

The Three Stooges is a comic caper, following the lives of three men who were...

The Change-up Movie Review

The Change-up Movie Review

The director of Wedding Crashers and writers of The Hangover get together for a body-swap...

Scary Movie 4 Movie Review

Scary Movie 4 Movie Review

Scary Movie 4 is inane, gross, ridiculous, and pretty stupid. It also made me laugh...

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The Thirteenth Floor Movie Review

The Thirteenth Floor Movie Review

I want to start by mentioning that I actually work on the 13th floor of...

Cinderella Man Movie Review

Cinderella Man Movie Review

Capturing the same rousing, Depression-era, hero-of-the-underclasses spirit that "Seabiscuit" did in 2003, "Cinderella Man" may...

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Another ill-conceived mish-mash of puerile humor and disingenuous sap from Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production...

The Thirteenth Floor Movie Review

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