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Night Is A Room Opening Party Arrivals

Dagmara Dominczyk , Ann Dowd - Opening night party for Night Is a Room at the Pershing Square Signature Center - Arrivals. at Pershing Square Signature Center, - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 23rd November 2015

Dagmara Dominczyk and Ann Dowd
Dagmara Dominczyk, Bill Heck and Ann Dowd
Dagmara Dominczyk, Bill Heck and Ann Dowd
Dagmara Dominczyk
Dagmara Dominczyk
Ann Dowd, Bill Rauch, Naomi Wallace, Bill Heck and Dagmara Dominczyk

New York Premiere Of '99 Homes'

Dagmara Domińczyk , Patrick Wilson - New York premiere of '99 Homes' at AMC Loews Theater - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 17th September 2015

Dagmara Domińczyk and Patrick Wilson

Big Stone Gap - Trailer


In the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia lies a blue-collar coal-mining town called Big Stone Gap, full of hard-workers and morally upstanding citizens. Ave Maria Mulligan isn't getting any younger, but she's no qualms about living life as a spinster while working at the local pharmacy. She has plenty of friends and more than enough stability, but all that's about to change with the death of her mother. She discovers secrets she never knew about her family, including the truth about her Italian father who she's determined to travel to Europe to visit. Then out of nowhere her only love interest wants to marry her, but she's not sure if she's ready for that. This woman has enough on her plate to keep her busy, but she's really got to think about what she wants from her life now.

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'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water' World Premiere - Arrivals

Patrick Wilson and Dagmara Dominczyk - 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water' world premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Saturday 31st January 2015

Patrick Wilson and Dagmara Dominczyk
Patrick Wilson and Dagmara Dominczyk

The Immigrant Trailer


Ewa Cybulski and her sister Magda are Polish immigrants in search of new lives in the prosperous New York City. However, no sooner have they arrived in the US than Magda is quarantined for a suspected illness and Ewa is forced to venture out into the strange new city alone. With nowhere to go and no friends to speak of, a desperate Ewa bumps into a charmingly dapper but dubious man named Bruno Weiss. He agrees to offer her a bed and money-earning prospects, but the job he wants her to do is far from what she was looking for. He enlists her as a prostitute at his entertainment establishment, and it's there Ewa meets his much more pleasant cousin Orlando the Magician who, stunned by her beauty, convinces her that she needs to be happy and helps her find the courage to escape her ordeal.

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Video - Amy Adams Dazzles On The Red Carpet At 'American Hustle' NY Premiere - Part 2


'American Hustle' stars Jeremy Renner and Amy Adams are greeted with much zeal by photographers on their arrivals at the New York premiere at the Ziegfeld Theater. Jeremy can be seen having has a highly animated conversation with someone standing amongst the paparazzi, while brings her fiancé, 'Date Night' actor Darren Le Gallo, to the event.

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Video - Patrick Wilson Spotted On The Red Carpet At 'All Is Lost' NYFF Premiere - Part 2


'Insidious' star Patrick Wilson and his wife Dagmara Dominczyk arrive at the New York Film Festival premiere of one-man movie 'All Is Lost'. The star, Robert Redford, is seen talking to an interviewer on the red carpet with his wife Sibylle Szaggars standing next to him. The star has talked a lot about this unique film which contains almost no dialogue, and told UK Screens, 'I believe in the value of silence. When you take it into a dramatic form, it brings an intensity.'

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Meet And Greet With The Cast Of Clifford Odets' 'Golden Boy', Held At The Lincoln Center Theater Rehearsal Studio.

Dagmara Dominczyk Thursday 25th October 2012 Meet and greet with the cast of Clifford Odets' 'Golden Boy', held at the Lincoln Center Theater rehearsal studio.

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Danny Mastrogiorgio, Bartlett Sher, Daniel Jenkins, Dagmara Dominczyk, Michael Aronov, Yvonne Strahovski, Jonathan Hadary, Seth Numrich, Anthony Crivello, Ned Eisenberg, Danny Burstein and Tony Shahloub
Dagmara Dominczyk and Michael Aronov
Seth Numrich, Tony Shalhoub, Dagmara Dominczyk and Michael Aronov

New York Premiere Of 'Young Adult' At The Zigfield Theater

Patrick Wilson and Dagmara Dominczyk - Patrick Wilson and Dagmara Dominczyk New York City, USA - New York Premiere of 'Young Adult' at the Zigfield Theater Thursday 8th December 2011

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Patrick Wilson
Patrick Wilson
Patrick Wilson
Patrick Wilson

Running With Scissors Trailer


From day one, Ryan Murphy has kept me involved. People had warned me, "Once you option your book, it's out of your hands." I was like, "Good. Go, take it away, make it pretty. Call me when I have to buy a tux." 

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The Count Of Monte Cristo (2002) Review


Good
The classic Monte Cristo sandwich is a rich confection -- almost inedibly so -- composed of layered ham, turkey, swiss cheese, mayonnaise, mustard, and crusty bread, all battered in egg and fried in hot grease. The diner is meant to dip this in jam before shoving it down his gullet.

The 2002 incarnation of The Count of Monte Cristo is a remarkably similar experience, full of pleasing flavors yet probably too rich for everyday consumption -- but, as with all things, I figure you'll eat it if you're hungry enough. Sure enough, in this snail-slow winter movie season, Monte Cristo is just about the best thing going. Like the sandwich, this isn't gourmet fare -- it's a crowd pleaser meant to entertain for a few brief moments, nothing more.

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They Review


Terrible
Watching a truly scary movie is a great cure for drowsiness. Your heart thumps a little harder and your eyes get wider as you look for the next threat or listen for the bump in the night. Those things didn't happen when I watched They. After some 90 minutes of predictable thrills and chills, my winter coat was looking like a giant multi-colored pillow. The temptation to use it as such was overwhelming.

My obligations as a movie reviewer prohibit such behavior, so I got to see one of the most boring horror movies in recent memory. They's plot concerns a trio of young adults who delve into the world of nocturnal monsters with the help of their late friend's journal, which explains the creatures' behaviors. One actor in this group is Ethan Embry, who's gone from courting Jennifer Love Hewitt in the almost cult classic Can't Hardly Wait (1998), to getting third billing here. Come to think of it, that fact is scarier than anything you'll see in They.

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The Count Of Monte Cristo Review


Good
The classic Monte Cristo sandwich is a rich confection -- almost inedibly so -- composed of layered ham, turkey, swiss cheese, mayonnaise, mustard, and crusty bread, all battered in egg and fried in hot grease. The diner is meant to dip this in jam before shoving it down his gullet.

The 2002 incarnation of The Count of Monte Cristo is a remarkably similar experience, full of pleasing flavors yet probably too rich for everyday consumption -- but, as with all things, I figure you'll eat it if you're hungry enough. Sure enough, in this snail-slow winter movie season, Monte Cristo is just about the best thing going. Like the sandwich, this isn't gourmet fare -- it's a crowd pleaser meant to entertain for a few brief moments, nothing more.

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Rock Star Review


Weak

Mark Wahlberg couldn't be more perfect for the role of Chris Cole, "Rock Star's" head-bangin' hair band wannabe whose singular ambition in life is to be e-x-a-c-t-l-y like the shirtless, leather-clad, pelvis-thrusting, high note-shrieking lead singer of the heavy metal band Steel Dragon.

He looks absolutely vintage, sporting metalhead tresses and screwing up his face in imitation sneers. He revels in Cole's absurdly passionate perfectionism in fronting a Steel Dragon "tribute band" and embraces Cole's humorously inconsequential real life as an on-call Xerox technician who still lives with his parents.

He belts out the tunes of the fictitious Steel Dragon with amazing range and the earnestness of an insanely zealous fan -- so much so that while in the front row at a Steel Dragon concert he rather unnerves his hero by loudly singing along with more gusto than the man himself can muster.

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They Review


Terrible

After almost 90 minutes of stodgy "what's that in the shadows?" jump-frights and a whole lot of foot dragging, there is exactly one chilling conceptual payoff moment at the end of the nightmare-themed horror movie "Wes Craven Presents: They."

But of course I wouldn't give away that ending, so let me tell you the only thing you need to know to understand how utterly mediocre this flick is: Horror meister Wes Craven ("Scream," "Nightmare on Elm Street," etc.) didn't write, direct or even produce this movie -- but Dimension Films knew they couldn't sell it on its own merits, so they paid him for his titular above-title endorsement.

The plot follows four college kids who as children all had night terrors in which evil somethings came to drag them away in the dark. Nineteen years later the suicide of one of the four leads the remaining three to a slow realization: "That's when they marked us, and now they're back!"

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