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Manhattan Theatre Club Fall Benefit - Arrivals

Donald Margulies, Eric Lange, Blythe Danner, Kate Jennings Grant, Daniel Sunjata and David Rasche - Photographs of a variety of stars as they arrived at the Manhattan Theatre Club Fall benefit which was held in The Appel Room at Jazz in the Lincoln Center's Fredrick P. Rose Hall in New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 11th November 2014

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The Country House After Party Arrivals

David Rasche - Stars arrived at the Hard Rock Cafe for the Country House After Party in New York, New York, United States - Friday 3rd October 2014

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The Country House Opening Night Curtain Call

Kate Jennings Grant, Sarah Steele, Eric Lange, Blythe Danner, Daniel Sunjata and David Rasche - The Country House Opening Night Curtain Call at Friedman Theatre, - New York, New York, United States - Friday 3rd October 2014

Sarah Steele, Eric Lange and Blythe Danner
Sarah Steele, Eric Lange and Blythe Danner
Sarah Steele, Eric Lange, Blythe Danner and Daniel Sunjata

Photo Call for Broadway's The Country House

David Rasche - Photo call for Broadway's The Country House, held at Manhattan Theatre Club rehearsal studios. - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 20th August 2014

Kate Jennings Grant, David Rasche, Eric Lange, Blythe Danner, Sarah Steele and Daniel Sunjata
Kate Jennings Grant, David Rasche, Eric Lange, Donald Margulies, Blythe Danner, Sarah Steele and Daniel Sunjata
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Kill Your Darlings - International Trailer And Clips


Kill Your Darlings is the previously untold story of friendship, jealousy, genius and murder that sparked the literary revolution of the 1940's. Kill Your Darlings follows the story of: Allen Ginsberg, Lucien Carr, Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, the four great poets of the Beat Generation and how they were all implicated by the brutal murder of David Kamerer. 

Allen Ginsberg must decide whether to use his literary skills to clear his friends name or to reveal what he believes to be the truth in this biographical thriller. 

Based on true events, Kill Your Darlings has been nominated for the Grandy Jury Prize at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and is the directorial debut from John Krokidas winner of the 'Director to Watch' at the 2013 Palm Springs International Film Festival. 

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Kill Your Darlings Trailer


Allen Ginsberg is a Beat Generation writer, with no idea that his venture to New York to attend Columbia University will hold more than just a promising future career-wise. It's there that he meets Lucien Carr; a slightly unhinged but ambitious, intelligent and extremely good looking fellow student who enjoys wild partying with his wealthy friend  William Burroughs and, later, Jack Kerouac. As Allen and Lucien become closer, the latter's much older friend - a professor named David Kammerer - becomes increasingly jealous, threatening Allen who discovers that he has been following Lucien from city to city over a few years. Although Allen insists that they must find a way to prevent this incessant stalking, he is deeply shocked when David's body is discovered in the Hudson River, with Lucien held as prime suspect for stabbing him to death. Allen now faces a dilemma; to either use his skills in writing to make sure his friend is liberated, or reveal what he now believes is the truth to all.

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The Big Wedding Trailer


Don and Ellie have been divorced for a long time but when their adopted son Alejandro and his fiancé Missy decide to get married, it looks to be time for a family reunion. If things weren't awkward enough with Ellie seeing that her best friend Bebe from years ago is now married to her ex-husband, Alejandro's biological mother has also decided to fly over from Columbia for the occasion. However, she happens to be an extremely devout catholic with the belief that divorce is a sin so the family's only resolution to appease her and make her feel that giving away her son was the right decision is for Don and Ellie to pretend that they are still married on the big day, to Bebe's resentment. As expected, things are not as straight forward as they planned and the days leading up to the nuptials couldn't possibly be more tense and disastrous for this unusual family.

This ridiculous though rather touching comedy has been based on the French movie 'Mon Frère Se Marie' written by Jean-Stéphane Bron and Karine Sudan and is the wonderful story of how broken families can mend or, at least, unite for their mutual relatives when it is a matter of importance. It has been directed and written by Justin Zackham ('Going Greek', 'The Bucket List') and is set to be released on May 31st 2013 in the UK.

Starring: Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon, Diane Keaton, Katherine Heigl, Amanda Seyfried, Topher Grace, Robin Williams, Ben Barnes, Megan Ketch, Greg Paul, Christa Campbell, David Rasche, Christine Ebersole, Kyle Bornheimer,

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David Rasche Wednesday 23rd May 2012 'Men in Black III' New York Premiere, held at the Ziegfeld Theater - Arrivals

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In the Loop Review


Extraordinary
Frankly, it's a stroke of genius to play a tense political thriller as if it's a raucous satire. Slicing straight through any over-seriousness, this film keeps us laughing loudly as it tells a story that's probably far truer than we'd like to believe.

Malcolm Tucker (Capaldi) is the acerbic communications director for Britain's Prime Minister, and right now he has to put out a fire started by Cabinet Minister Foster (Hollander), who called war in the Middle East "unforeseeable" in a radio interview. Foster's aides (Addison and McKee) are working to keep him on the crest of a tidal wave of attention after some American politicians (Kennedy and Rasche) take an interest in him. In Washington they also meet a tough Pentagon General (Gandolfini), while unseen forces seem determined to rush to war.

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Burn After Reading Review


Good
In 24 years, they've directed only 13 films, so it's not hard to assume that the Coen brothers (Joel and Ethan) intend to make every one of them count. Of course, when they actually do, cinematic classics (Fargo, No Country for Old Men) usually result. But sometimes, the Coens simply want to play with the language of film, albeit to limited (Intolerable Cruelty) or unnecessary (their remake of The Ladykillers) effect. While not one of their masterpieces, Burn After Reading indicates that, even in the clichéd arena of affairs of the heart, the boys are capable of something subversive, and quite special.

When a disc filled with what appears to be sensitive government information ends up in the hands of two desperate health club employees, a blackmail plot is hatched. Seems personal trainer Linda (Frances McDormand) wants plastic surgery, convinced it will change her dating life, and airheaded co-worker Chad (Brad Pitt) thinks he's found a way to fund it. All they have to do is find the owner of the data and ask for cash.`What they don't know is that the statistics are not classified secrets, but financial figures stolen from CIA analyst Osborne Cox (John Malkovich). Lifted by his wife Katie (Tilda Swinton), it's part of a planned divorce. Once free, she can hook up with married boyfriend and tripwire Treasury agent Harry Pfarrer (George Clooney). He's a sex addict, and has several women on the side -- including Linda. Naturally, when Osborne finally discovers what is happening, he sets several deadly plots in motion.

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The Sentinel (2006) Review


Grim
The Sentinel is one of those movies made for commercials and trailers full of shots of well-dressed Secret Service agents running and impassioned scenes where actors bark out lines like, "He's looking for an ally and the First Lady is a fine one to have." Rarely do these movies translate well into a longer format, and The Sentinel is far from the exception.

Directed by Clark Johnson (he of the awful S.W.A.T.), The Sentinel stars Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland as former friends forced to become allies after a plot reveals an unknown mole inside the Secret Service. Pete Garrison (Douglas) is a veteran agent drawn deeper into the plot after his affair with the President's wife (Kim Basinger, playing the curviest First Lady ever) is revealed, leading investigator David Breckinridge (Sutherland) to turn his attentions to Garrison. Meanwhile, TV's babe of the moment Eva Longoria co-stars as Breckinridge's sexy new partner and Garrison's protégé.

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The Sentinel Review


Grim

The Sentinel is one of those movies made for commercials and trailers full of shots of well-dressed Secret Service agents running and impassioned scenes where actors bark out lines like, "He's looking for an ally and the First Lady is a fine one to have." Rarely do these movies translate well into a longer format, and The Sentinel is far from the exception.

Directed by Clark Johnson (he of the awful S.W.A.T.), The Sentinel stars Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland as former friends forced to become allies after a plot reveals an unknown mole inside the Secret Service. Pete Garrison (Douglas) is a veteran agent drawn deeper into the plot after his affair with the President's wife (Kim Basinger, playing the curviest First Lady ever) is revealed, leading investigator David Breckinridge (Sutherland) to turn his attentions to Garrison. Meanwhile, TV's babe of the moment Eva Longoria co-stars as Breckinridge's sexy new partner and Garrison's protégé.

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Friends & Lovers Review


Weak
Friends & Lovers got a bad rap. It's hardly great cinema, but the worst film ever made? This isn't even the worst film of the year! While Stephen Baldwin as headliner is hardly comforting, nuanced performances by Alison Eastwood, Suzanne Cryer, and George Newbern make this watchable at least. It's even funny from time to time. Altogether, this Big Chill knockoff (minus 15 years on the characters, plus a lot of sex) isn't even close to awful.

Pros and Cons Review


Unbearable
Rarely do you see a movie that is as equally unfunny as it is sheerly improbable. While the thought of funny man Larry Miller locked away in a hard-time prison holds the promise of sheer farce value, there is literally no payoff at all to be found in this dog. Cameos by Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Reiser are the lone bright spots here, but even they aren't enough to drag Pros and Cons out of one-starsville. Simply hideous.

The Big Tease Review


OK
Cut, Curl, Crimp, Color. The Big Tease is a mockumentary tracing flamboyant gay hairdresser Crawford Mackenzie's (Craig Ferguson - The Drew Carey Show) unlikely journey from Scotland to Los Angeles in his quest to win the World International Hairdressing Federation's (WIHF) Platinum Scissors Competition. The adventurous bumbling begins when MacKenzie mistakes a form letter - asking him to be part of the audience - for an invitation to compete against three of the world's top stylists, including his idol and the reigning Platinum Scissors holder Stig Ludwiggssen (David Rasche).

Accompanied by filmmaker Martin (Chris Langham - BBC's Kiss Me Kate), Mackenzie travels to LA, where he plans to finally claim the artistic recognition and fame that his small Scotland hometown can't offer. (Except for that time he got to dry Sean Connery's toupee after it fell into some water on a golf course). Upon arriving in California, he kicks up his kilt and happily takes advantage of what he assumes are complimentary hotel amenities, only to wake up to the reality of a maxed out credit card. His passport now held collateral on his outstanding charges, he proceeds to WIHF headquarters, expecting to clear up the confusion and get reimbursed. Unfortunately, WIHF President Monique (Mary McCormack) is not about to pick up the tab for Mackenzie's misunderstanding, nor does she plan to allow him to enter the competition. Undaunted, the remainder of the comedy unfolds in his search of any and every way to gain entry in the prestigious contest. Antics include befriending celebrity promoter Candy Harper (Frances Fisher), calling on Sean Connery (to return a favor), and visiting a testosterone-oozing Senator whose company sponsors the WIHF event.

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