Debra Jo Rupp, Daniel Davis, Richard Kind, Rachel York, John Cullum, Tracee Chimo, Peter Scolari and Randy Graff - The after party for the Roundabout Theatre Company one night reading of Merton of the Movies, held at the Kit Kat Klub at Studio 54 - Arrivals. at Kit Kat Klub at Studio 54, - New York, New York, United States - Monday 1st December 2014
David Turner, Tracee Chimo, Daniel Davis, Rachel York and Debra Jo Rupp - The Roundabout Theatre Company one night reading of Merton of the Movies, held at the Kit Kat Klub at Studio 54 - Curtain Call. at Kit Kat Klub at Studio 54, - New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 2nd December 2014
Two years after taking a break from his girlfriend (Sloane), geeky airport security guard Kirk (Baruchel) still pines for her. Then he meets the unspeakably hot Molly (Eve), who improbably takes an interest in him. But Kirk's buddies (Miller, Vogel and Torrence) and his parents (Rupp and LeFevre) wonder how this dork could land such a gorgeous, smart, successful girl. The truth might be that he's not such a loser after all. But how will he ever believe that?
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Well, not exactly. While Malibu's Most Wanted featured a goofy white guy obsessed with rap culture -- to the extreme annoyance of everyone around him -- Kickin' It Old Skool gives us Kennedy as a goofy white guy obsessed with... breakdancing culture. The key difference? In Old Skool Kennedy is a coma victim who awakens 20 years after a junior-high talent show (after breakdancing his way to a concussion, of course), only to find a world that's unlike the '80s. Wait, haven't I seen this movie before?
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Mop-topped Brad Hunt is the lead, a slacker/loser named Zach that's coming to grips with his long-term crush over Abbey (Lauren Graham, who can't save this picture with a half-hearted effort), whom he's never opened up with. She's leaving town, so Zach embarks on a voyage of self-discovery to figure out why he's been so unsuccessful with the ladies.
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That unwavering acting style can prove beneficial from time to time. Pacino's bellicose antics served him well in Michael Mann's overrated journalism epic The Insider and Lane's motivational speaker/Broadway crooner delivery proves to be a perfect fit in Disney's Teacher's Pet, an animated TV series that comes to the big screen with humor, heart and songs aplenty.
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