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Denise Richards - Celebrities attend Malibu Kiwanis Chili Cook-off - Malibu, California, United States - Saturday 5th September 2015

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Denise Richards - Celebrities attend Malibu Kiwanis Chili Cook-off in Malibu - Malibu, California, United States - Saturday 5th September 2015

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A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived on the red carpet at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) hosts 25th annual 'A Time for Heroes' family festival which was held at The BookBindery in Culver City

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Denise Richards - Denise Richards shops at The Grove with her family - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 2nd August 2014

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Denise Richards - Denise Richards out and about in Beverly Hills wearing a white summer dress and a hair braid - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 24th July 2014

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Denise Richards and Eloise Sheen - Denise Richards with her hands full as she carries her daughter Eloise in her arms together with a painting, balloon and pink rabbit school bag while out in West Hollywood - Los Angeles, United States - Tuesday 10th June 2014

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Denise Richards and Eloise Sheen - Denise Richards walking in Ugg boots and jeans carries her daughter Eloise in her arms while out and about in West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 6th May 2014

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Denise Richards - Denise Richards in a white see-through cotton maxi dress carries her daughter Eloise in her arms while out and about in West Hollywood - West Hollywood, California, United States - Tuesday 29th April 2014

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Denise Richards - The Alliance For Children's Rights 22nd Annual Dinner_Inside - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Tuesday 8th April 2014

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Denise Richards and Joanna Krupa - Joanna Krupa and Denise Richards out for lunch at Villa Blanca restaurant in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 23rd January 2014

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Denise Richards - Denise Richards and family laden with shopping bags after a spree at Fred Segal in Santa Monica - Santa Monica, California, United States - Thursday 5th December 2013

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Denise Richards and Lola Rose Sheen - Denise Richards looking for a pet dog with her daughter Lola Rose Sheen at a pet store - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Tuesday 1st October 2013

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Denise Richards, Sam Sheen and Lola Rose Sheen - Celebrities at The Grove to appear on 'Extra' - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Thursday 13th June 2013

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Denise Richards - Disney Media Networks International Upfronts held at The Walt Disney Studios Lot - Arrivals - Burbank, California, United States - Monday 20th May 2013

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Denise Richards Mourns The Death Of Hank, Her Beloved Bulldog


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Denise Richards mourns the passing of her beloved French bulldog Hank, this week.

Hank passed away on Sunday (January 21, 2013) and Denise paid tribute to her four-legged friend on Twitter and posted a picture of Hank with the message “last night we lost our beloved Hank..I will miss him dearly,13 yrs old ..been there for me thru it all Best.”

Denise is a keen animal lover and according to the Daily Mail, has a “large family of rescue cats and dogs” that she cares for along with her three daughters Sam, Lola and Eloise. Recently, Richards helped out at an animal shelter that was inundated with animals needing shelter in the wake of Hurricane Sandy’s devastation. As well as volunteering at the shelter and encouraging people to help out with donations, she also adopted a little black Labrador puppy that she named Lily. On Thursday, she tweeted “Day off tomorrow. Heading to an animal shelter, to help out. Over 600 rescued from the hurricane. My girls are coming to help too.”

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Edmond Review


Weak
There's a slight chance, very slight, that David Mamet is a genius. As a writer, his blunt, edgy, and constantly interrupted dialogue has earned him a lot of weight, so much so that he is considered one of the more important playwrights of the last 25 years or so. As a director, he is precise and extremely-well calculated, if not a bit lacking in aesthetic substance and style. When he directs his own work, it tends to go remarkably smooth, as it did in the fantastic Heist and his best film, State and Main. However, when put in the hands of others, sometimes it goes exceedingly well (James Foster's Glengarry Glen Ross) or exceedingly bad (Michael Corrente's American Buffalo). The latest is a retelling of his play Edmond by King of the Ants helmer Stuart Gordon.On his way home from work, Edmond Burke (William H. Macy) decides to stop at a fortune teller. She simply tells him this: "You are not where you're supposed to be." This causes him to leave his wife (a brief Rebecca Pidgeon) and to go out on the town to get an old fashioned piece of tail, as suggested by a stranger at a bar (the reputable Joe Mantegna). He goes through strippers, booth girls and expensive call girls, played by a who's who of young actresses ranging from Mena Suvari to Denise Richards. He finally settles on a waitress (Julia Stiles) who he picks up after attacking a pimp and finding a newfound love for life. This passion, however, leads to a terrible act that lands him in jail and doing things that he was scared of before, constantly saying "every fear hides a wish."Mamet's sly style of writing somehow seems lacking here. In Glengarry, he wrote with blood and thunder about the rigorous work of real estate salesmen and in Oleanna, he split the sexual harassment debate so thinly that you couldn't see his opinion without microscope eyes. With Edmond however, he lays everything out for the audience and world to see, allowing the character to often pontificate on basic musings like what it's like to feel alive and the mundane nature of normal life. There is a serious lack of subtext that gives off the feeling of extreme annoyance.Gordon directs with a simple enough structuralism and he gives impressive terror to the climactic scene where Edmond goes over the edge. However, this simplicity also leads to a considerable loss in mood and atmosphere, which seems devoid after the excellent opening scene in the fortune teller's room. The actors, chiefly Macy and Stiles, struggle to keep the story afloat and exciting, but it's a losing battle. Reliable character actors like Bai Ling and Dylan Walsh (so good in Nip/Tuck) are given scant screen time to show their prowess, but Bokeem Woodbine works wonders as Edmond's bunkmate when he enters prison. None of this, however, allows Edmond to make more than a small ripple in the water. It's a fussy little movie that wants to be much more controversial and important than it is. Did I say those chances were very, very slight?The dead hooker's under the card in the middle.

You Stupid Man Review


Weak
You Stupid Man. Well that's a title that is going to make people rush to Blockbuster. What sounds like a sex comedy (a sultry Denise Richards on the cover doesn't help) turns out to be a semisweet, if goofy, romantic comedy, albeit a nerdy David Krumholtz and a blank-slate Milla Jovovich don't exactly make for cinema's most energetic couple.

Krumholtz starts the film with Richards, an up-and-coming actress who's soon in New York as a headliner on a new sitcom. Soon she's having an affair, gets busted, and sends poor Davie home alone.

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Drop Dead Gorgeous Review


Very Good
This is not Spinal Tap. And if Drop Dead Gorgeous has a singular flaw, it's that it tries too hard to be Spinal Tap. And that's unfortunate, because as far as spoof documentaries go, Drop Dead is an otherwise gorgeous entry.

Gorgeous actually began life as a sleepy independent film called Dairy Queens, but, as is common in Hollywood, the gears began a-shiftin' in the heads of sundry studio executives, and before you knew it, Dairy Queens became a big Hollywood movie.

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Starship Troopers Review


Very Good
Move over, John Waters. There's a new king of schlock in town, and he's got a much bigger budget.

The recent video release of last year's Starship Troopers reveals a master at work, comfortably at home in his truest of elements: cheesy action films. Paul Verhoeven is the master in question, the director of such fare as RoboCop and Basic Instinct--his last really successful film, in 1992. With a $95 million budget, Troopers eventually grossed a little over half that domestically, but it has done well enough overseas to ensure that, like Schwarzenegger in Verhoeven's Total Recall, he'll be back.

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The Third Wheel Review


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After Good Will Hunting and a round of Project Greenlight, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon got their hooks into this odd choice, a screwball romantic comedy called The Third Wheel, which plays out exactly like you might expect.

After a half hour of setting up the leads (Luke Wilson and Denise Richards, co-workers in a finance film which is featured endlessly in the first act to the point of mind numbness), Wilson finally asks Richards out on a date -- after a year of pining for her. Things immediately take a turn for the worse when Wilson runs his car into a crazy homeless man (Jay Lacopo), who ends up joining them for the rest of the evening. Get it? He's a third wheel! And he's kooky. How do we know he's kooky? He sings on the bus and makes hand shadows on the wall.

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Valentine Review


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Well, here's something that will make you wish you'd stayed home to watch Survivor instead of shelling out money at the movies. Hell, Valentine, another entry into the yearly, winter horror crapfest, even makes Temptation Island look good.

What we've got here is your standard grade horror flick in the vein of Scream and Urban Legend, revolving around a mysterious killer devising a supposed revenge plot -- a geeky kid who got a Carrie pulled on him in 6th grade. My how the tables have turned! The bunch of girls who refused to dance with him are now getting killed, 13 years later. Has this nobody returned from obscurity to exact his revenge for having punch poured on him?

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The World Is Not Enough Review


Weak
I'll preface this review with the disclaimer that I am indeed aware that James Bond thrillers do not bear any semblance to real-life scenarios. I'll also say that since I was a kid I've been a huge Bond fan.

And I'll also say that The World Is Not Enough is one of the worst Bond films to come along in years.

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Good Advice Review


Very Good
Filled with witty one-liners and a genuinely credible love story between Charlie Sheen and Angie Harmon, Good Advice is the best direct-to-video flick I've seen in ages.

And what a surprise. It starts out sleepily enough, with a stereotypical Wall Street stockbroker named Ryan (Sheen) who cheats on his advice-columnist girlfriend Cindy (Denise Richards, now engaged to Sheen in real life), and resorts to insider trading to further his career. But he sleeps with the wrong woman and finds his career suddenly ended. Soon after that, Cindy dumps him for another guy and sticks him with the rent when she jets off for Brazil. Very morose so far, with no likable characters -- what a comedy!

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Tail Lights Fade Review


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Well, it turns out it's a mad, mad, mad, mad Canada in this Cannonball Run/Smokey and the Bandit clone for the late 1990s. This time out, four twentysomethings are heading across the Great White North in order to clear out a barn full of pot before the cops find it, not to mention other nefarious types, backstabbing, and doublecrossing.

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Love Actually Review


OK

"Love Actually" is terminally precious. Chirpy "classic" pop songs populate every third scene. It has no structure, just a jumble of interconnected stories -- some little dramas, some little comedies -- about love, flirtation, courtship and heartbreak, all of which will pay off just in time for a lovely London Christmas.

It's the kind of pandering, populist movie in which Hugh Grant, playing the prime minister of England, joyously shakes his booty to The Pointer Sisters' "Jump (For My Love)" until he suddenly, to his great embarrassment, realizes he's being watched. It offers no real surprises except in how and when it reveals the inevitable six degrees of separation between each anecdotal yarn -- none of which has enough substance to ever stand on its own (nor would you want them to!).

And yet, you'd have to be a terrible grump to not like "Love Actually" at least a little.

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Valentine Review


Weak

The target-audience crowd at the night-before-release screening of "Valentine" -- a sluggish, labored slasher flick based on a much more complex suspense novel -- gave the movie an unequivocal review that needs no explanation when almost all of them loudly and resoundingly booed in unison as the end credits rolled.

They were booing mostly at the laughable, implausible "surprise" reveal of the real killer after an hour and a half of haphazard red herrings. But they might as well have been booing at the very idea that movie audiences will go see anything with a masked killer, a bloody kitchen knife and a random holiday in the title.

The killer here wears a creepy cherub mask, of course, and in the picture's one remotely clever scene he offs the movie's second worst actress (Jessica Cauffiel, "Urban Legends 2") by foregoing the knife in favor of a bow and arrow -- because he's Cupid, see? Apparently this is the kind of thing that makes brain-dead studio suits wet themselves in delight.

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Scary Movie 3 Review


Good

The "Scary Movie" horror spoofs must be some kind of mutant, alien movie franchise. There's just no other explanation for the fact that the sequels actually keep getting better. And unlike the hilarious but indefensibly scattershot second installment, "Scary Movie 3" even has a coherent combo-platter plot.

Serving up campy twists on The Ring's" killer-videotape plot and the alien invasion from Signs" -- with a little mock-"8 Mile" thrown in for flava -- the story catches up with wide-eyed dingbat heroine Anna Faris (who goofed on Neve Campbell's "Scream" character in the first two films) after she has become a blonde TV reporter (a la Naomi Watts in "The Ring") who discovers the creepy VHS cassette that curses anyone who watches it to die horribly in seven days. But when she tries to warn the world of its dangers, her producer puts his foot down: "No more paranoid on-air rants about the supernatural!"

Meanwhile Charlie Sheen -- returning to the kind of parody he showed such a deadpan knack for in 1991's "Hot Shots!" -- plays a farmer and former priest (shades of Mel Gibson in "Signs") whose cornfields have been flattened in a mysterious "crop circle" that from above reads "Attack Here!" with an arrow pointing to his house.

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Date of birth

17th February, 1971

Occupation

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Sex

Female

Height

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Edmond, Trailer Trailer

Edmond, Trailer Trailer

EdmondTrailer "You are not where you belong." Thus begins a brutal descent into a...

Edmond Movie Review

Edmond Movie Review

There's a slight chance, very slight, that David Mamet is a genius. As a writer,...

Drop Dead Gorgeous Movie Review

Drop Dead Gorgeous Movie Review

This is not Spinal Tap. And if Drop Dead Gorgeous has a singular flaw,...

The Third Wheel Movie Review

The Third Wheel Movie Review

After Good Will Hunting and a round of Project Greenlight, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon...

Valentine Movie Review

Valentine Movie Review

Well, here's something that will make you wish you'd stayed home to watch Survivor instead...

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The World Is Not Enough Movie Review

The World Is Not Enough Movie Review

I'll preface this review with the disclaimer that I am indeed aware that James Bond...

Undercover Brother Movie Review

Undercover Brother Movie Review

The Blaxploitation films of the 1970s starred relatively unknown black actors playing new kinds of...

Empire Movie Review

Empire Movie Review

When you stop and think about it, the similarities between Italian mobsters and urban gangsters...

Wild Things Movie Review

Wild Things Movie Review

The most often-asked question I have gotten in my career as a film critic isn't...

Undercover Brother Movie Review

Undercover Brother Movie Review

An "Austin Powers"-style blaxploitation spoof, "Undercover Brother" doesn't miss a single joke. Its title sequence...

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