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Francesco Quinn - Valentina Quinn, Francesco Quinn Beverly Hills, California, USA - The Norby Walters 21st Night of 100 Stars Awards Gala held at Beverly Hills Hotel Sunday 27th February 2011

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Francesco Quinn - Sunday 16th January 2011 at Golden Globe Awards Los Angeles, California

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Francesco Quinn and Valentina - Francesco Quinn and Valentina, Chinese Theatre - Arrivals Los Angeles, California - Premiere of 'Extraordinary Measures' at Grauman’s Tuesday 19th January 2010

Francesco Quinn Thursday 3rd December 2009 Damiani Diamonds & The Hollywood Reporter's 'Power 100 Women in Entertainment' cocktail party held Damiani Diamonds in Beverly Hills - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

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Francesco Quinn and Guest - Francesco Quinn, Guest Los Angeles, California - Riders For Health Benefit Event held at SURU on Melrose Avenue Saturday 11th July 2009

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Cannes Man Review


Bad
The most intriguing part of Cannes Man is virtually unknown director Richard Martini cajoled stars like Johnny Depp and Lara Flynn Boyle to appear in his barely amusing semi-mockumentary. (Editor's note: Another director, Susan Shaprio, recently wrote me to contest Martini's ownership of the film. More as it develops.) The film tells a story of a Jersey punk (Francesco Quinn) who hooks up with a smarmy producer (Seymour Cassel) at Cannes to produce his dream flick, a sci-fi something or other inspired by the works of Troma.

The catch: Cassel's only doing it on a bet that he can turn any old jerk into the toast of the Cannes film festival.

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Platoon Review


Extraordinary
Like no other movie could tell, Platoon shows us categorically that war -- and especially the Vietnam War -- is hell.

The story is vintage Oliver Stone -- based on his own experiences in the bush with only a few moments of fictionalization. In Platoon, Charlie Sheen plays a young and naive Private Chris Taylor, a newbie in Nam who is thrown waist-deep into the jungle only hours after arrival. Within a week he's regretting having volunteered, already a shell of the man he was in the States.

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Platoon Review


Extraordinary
Like no other movie could tell, Platoon shows us categorically that war -- and especially the Vietnam War -- is hell.

The story is vintage Oliver Stone -- based on his own experiences in the bush with only a few moments of fictionalization. In Platoon, Charlie Sheen plays a young and naive Private Chris Taylor, a newbie in Nam who is thrown waist-deep into the jungle only hours after arrival. Within a week he's regretting having volunteered, already a shell of the man he was in the States.

Continue reading: Platoon Review

Placebo Effect Review


Bad
What if somebody wrote a potboiler but forgot to turn on the fire? Placebo Effect is uncommonly dull for a supposed thriller -- its plot a something-or-other about crooked feds, spies, assassins, and Bosnia, all coming to a head in what one would hope would be a Death and the Maiden style interrogation. No such luck. This placebo is precisely that; it's not even a sugar pill.

Cannes Man Review


Bad
The most intriguing part of Cannes Man is virtually unknown director Richard Martini cajoled stars like Johnny Depp and Lara Flynn Boyle to appear in his barely amusing semi-mockumentary. The film tells a story of a Jersey punk (Francesco Quinn) who hooks up with a smarmy producer (Seymour Cassel) at Cannes to produce his dream flick, a sci-fi something or other inspired by the works of Troma.

The catch: Cassel's only doing it on a bet that he can turn any old jerk into the toast of the Cannes film festival.

Continue reading: Cannes Man Review

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