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L.A. Theatre Works 40th Anniversary Gala

Ed Begley Jr. - L.A. Theatre Works 40th Anniversary Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel at The Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 26th March 2015

The 87th Annual Oscars - Red Carpet Arrivals

Ed Begley Jr. and Rachelle Carson - Hollywood's biggest stars were snapped on the red carpet as they arrived for the 87th Annual Oscars awards ceremony which was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 201

Ed Begley Jr. and Rachelle Carson

24th Annual Environmental Media Awards

Snaps of a variety of stars as they arrived at the 24th Annual Environmental Media Awards presented by Toyota and Lexus at the Warner Bros Studio

Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.
Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.
Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.
Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.

Actress Cheryl Hines Weds Robert F. Kennedy In Oppulent Massachusetts Wedding


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Congratulations to Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy, who just tied the knot in Massachusetts! The high-profile pair had the ceremony at the Kennedy Compoundon Cape Cod in Hyannis Port, because that’s just how you celebrate a new member of the Kennedy family – with luxury and a massive guestlist.

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Cheryl Hines looks visibly moved and excited as she arrives at the wedding tent.

Said massive guestlist included upwards of 300 of the Kennedys’ closest family and friends, ncluding Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kevin Nealon and Ed Begley Jr.

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Newlyweds Cheryl Hines and Robert Kennedy Jr. prepare to go sailing with friends and family in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts

Ed Begley Jr and Rachelle Carson - Newlyweds Cheryl Hines and Robert Kennedy Jr. prepare to go sailing with friends and family in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts on August 3rd, the day after their wedding - Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, United States - Sunday 3rd August 2014

The Music Centers 50th Anniversary Launch Party

Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr. - Celebrities attend The Music Center's 50th Anniversary Launch Party at The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 2nd April 2014

Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.
Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.
Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.
Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.

What's Your Number Trailer


When Ally Darling asks her boyfriend to accompany her to her sister's wedding, he refuses, saying it sounds too serious if her parents will be there. While with her friends on a night out, she discovers that if a woman has had over 20 partners, they're 96% more likely to stay single for the rest of their life.

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Whatever Works Trailer


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Pittsburgh Review


Excellent
Singularly unique, Pittsburgh is one of the more enjoyable motion pictures I've come across in recent months. Apparently dumped to DVD (with a preview on Starz Cinema) without a theatrical run, the film is part documentary, part mockumentary, part improv comedy. The film has no screenwriting credit, but it does tell a story of sorts, involving Jeff Goldblum (as himself, as is everyone here) returning to his hometown of Pittsburgh for a two-week run of The Music Man, in which he will play the lead. This amuses, excites, and perplexes various people in his life.

Goldblum did indeed star in The Music Man in Pittsburgh, and he did go on late night TV with Conan and Kilborn to promote it. I presume he really is friends with Illieana Douglas and Ed Begley Jr., but I'm less clear if he's really wooing a girl in need of a green card and whether Moby's obsessed with amateur porn. Pittsburgh lives in a relatively thick line between reality and fantasy, but it never ceases to be funny.

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The Accidental Tourist Review


Good
I hate to travel. And so it's with some level of empathy that I relate to William Hurt's titular character in The Accidental Tourist. The author of travel guide books for people who dislike travel, Hurt's Macon Leary doesn't like much of anything (he avoids the movies because they make everything look to "close up").

After the death of a child and the departure of his wife (Kathleen Turner), Leary's funk seems unstoppable. Enter Muriel (Geena Davis), who starts out training Leary's dog and eventually moves on to training Leary, too. Their unlikely romance comprises the bulk of the movie, as Leary slowly learns how to love through the ministrations of the exceedingly quirky Muriel.

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Cat People (1982) Review


OK
I've never seen the original 1942 Cat People (I have now -Ed.), but I have a hard time imagining it bears much resemblance to this 1982 remake, courtesy of director Paul Schrader (American Gigolo), writer Alan Ormsby (who wrote Porky's II and four of the Substitute movies), and stars Nastassja Kinski and Malcolm McDowell.

Bizarre from frame one, the story tells of an ancient race of werewolf-like cat people, doomed to turn into black leopards (is that the same thing as a panther?) if they mate with humans. The only way to maintain human form, they say, is to mate with another cat person -- or, apparently, to devour a human in a lusty rage.

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I'm Losing You Review


OK
This multi-storied film centers around Langella, dying of cancer, and how his imminent death (and the death of others) impacts the rest of the cast. Throw in another three or four soon-to-be-six-feet-unders (the most memorable and surprising being Elizabeth Perkins as a woman slowly dying of AIDS) and you've got yourself one hell of a depressing movie. Even those who aren't dying are obsessed with it (McCarthy hawks "death futures" -- reselling life insurance policies for dying people). Even if you're perfectly healthy, you'll probably start checking for lumps after this one.

Best In Show Review


Extraordinary
Just when you thought the mockumentary had mocked everything worth mocking, here comes a new gem of the genre that will have you rolling in the aisles once again.

Up for skewering this time around is the dog show, as Best in Show takes the absolutely inane shenanigans of dog breeders and handlers, impaling their obsession with a caliber of wit unseen since This is Spinal Tap made rock gods look like buffoons.

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The Accidental Tourist Review


Good
I hate to travel. And so it's with some level of empathy that I relate to William Hurt's titular character in The Accidental Tourist. The author of travel guide books for people who dislike travel, Hurt's Macon Leary doesn't like much of anything (he avoids the movies because they make everything look to "close up").

After the death of a child and the departure of his wife (Kathleen Turner), Leary's funk seems unstoppable. Enter Muriel (Geena Davis), who starts out training Leary's dog and eventually moves on to training Leary, too. Their unlikely romance comprises the bulk of the movie, as Leary slowly learns how to love through the ministrations of the exceedingly quirky Muriel.

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Blue Collar Review


Good
Funny and depressing look at infighting and conspiracy in a fictional American auto union. A cult classic from the writer of Taxi Driver.
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