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Wolf Hall Opening Arrivals

Elizabeth Ashley and Penny Fuller - Opening day for Wolf Hall Part 1 and 2 at the Winter Garden Theatre - Arrivals. at Winter Garden Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 9th April 2015

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Media Day For Broadway's 'You Can't Take It With You'

Elizabeth Ashley - Media Day for Broadway's 'You Can't Take It With You' held at the American Airlines Theatre - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 23rd July 2014

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Opening Night Of Lady Day At Emerson's Bar And Grill - Arrivals

Elizabeth Ashley - Opening night of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill at the Circle in the Square Theatre - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Sunday 13th April 2014

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Opening Night Of Broadway's Mothers And Sons - Arrivals

Elizabeth Ashley - Opening Night for the Broadway play "Mothers and Sons" at the Golden Theatre - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Monday 24th March 2014

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Elizabeth Ashley

"The Trip To Bountiful" Broadway Opening

Elizabeth Ashley - Broadway opening night of "The Trip To Bountiful" at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre - Arrivals. - New York City, NY, United States - Tuesday 23rd April 2013

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The Cake Eaters Review


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The Cake Eaters reminds me of what an IFC Original Soap Opera might look like. All of the characters are loosely interconnected in some non-specific small-town setting, and the individual stories so deliberately exist on separate planes that the film can never possibly attain coherence. It is episodic, melodramatic, and oddly tepid -- all of the emotions seem propelled by the disingenuous desire to make an Enlightening Indie Drama. Surely the film wants to be a thoughtful, profound emo-weepie, but it contains all the insight of a Hallmark Movie of the Week.

The film tells the very simple story of how three generations of men deal with the death of one woman, their mother (for two) and wife (for one). Aaron Stanford is the twentysomething slacker who works in a high school cafeteria and is very protective of his deceased mom. Bruce Dern plays the aging father who carries on a long-term affair with a local shopkeeper (Elizabeth Ashley). Jayce Bartok is the elder son, a struggling musician who returns home when he hears the sad news, apparently just to look morose as he walks around town.

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Vampire's Kiss Review


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Kooky vampire flick gives us an already neurotic Nicolas Cage slowly turning into one of them after receiving a bite. Naturally, this sends him through the roof, panicking worse in every scene and famously eating a live cockroach (for real!). Is he really turning into a bloodsucker or is he just going crazy? Cage owns this movie completely (whether bellowing at the top of his lungs or sleeping under an overturned couch in lieu of a coffin), rescuing from a woefully miscast Maria Conchita Alonso as Cage's unmemorably mousy secretary.

Detour Review


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Surprisingly fun, this independent update of the psychos-in-the-desert story -- as seen originally in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre -- has plenty of gore and memorable characters as well.

This time out, our heroes are a group of ravers in search of the best peyote in the land. Though warned of evil things in the desert, they take their RV off-road anyway, eventually getting it hopelessly stuck. What follows is the usual cat-and-mouse, hunt-or-be-hunted horror game, with psychotic lunatics hunting them down one by one... presumably they've been taking the peyote the teenagers are after.

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Happiness Review


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Holy smokes.

Happiness has been mired in controversy for the entire year, and not without good reason. Put simply, Happiness is one of the most shocking films I've ever seen - this from a man who adores A Clockwork Orange.

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Just The Ticket Review


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Hey, next Friday night, why not try a 2-hour tragicomedy about the wild and wacky world of ticket scalping? With Andy Garcia and Andie MacDowell!? Yow. "Ill-advised" is certainly a term that comes to mind. But Just the Ticket is basically humorless and so overly contrived (electronics saleswoman really wants to have her own restaurant) that it's overall just a waste of time for everyone involved. Even cameos from the likes of Joe Frazier can't elevate this film above a one-note joke.
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