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Gabrielle Anwar - Destination Fashion 2016 to benefit The Buoniconti Fund at Bal Harbour Shops at Bal Harbour Shops - Miami, Florida, United States - Saturday 5th March 2016

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It's A Wrap: 'Burn Notice' Prepares To Bid Farewell For Good After Seven Seasons


Jeffrey Donovan Matt Nix Gabrielle Anwar

TV show Burn Notice is to air its final episode this evening (12th September) after seven seasons and 110 episodes. For fans of the show, this may be a hard concept to deal with - the series has been on screens since 2007 and has built up a steadfast following over the years. The fans won't be disappointed with the season seven's send-off, however: an emotional and action-packed show is promised.

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The Burn Notice Cast At The Show's Wrap Party.

"There's a very tight-knit family of cast members. and one of us dies in the series finale," Burn Notice star Jeffrey Donovan tells Showbiz Tonight. "It's a tragic death, but also a heroic death. But when people watch it, they'll realize it was a necessary death."

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Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar - 'Burn Notice' Wrap party at Fontainebleau Miami Beach - Arrivals - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Sunday 28th July 2013

Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar
Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar
Sharon Gless, Matt Nix, Gabrielle Anwar, Jeffrey Donovan, Bruce Campbell and Jack Coleman
Jeffrey Donovan, Sharon Gless, Gabrielle Anwar and Bruce Campbell
Jeffrey Donovan, Sharon Gless, Gabrielle Anwar and Bruce Campbell

Shareef Malnik, Gabrielle Anwar and Willow Anwar - 'Burn Notice' Wrap party at Fontainebleau Miami Beach - Arrivals - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Saturday 27th July 2013

Gabrielle Anwar, Shareef Malnik and Willow Anwar
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Gabrielle Anwar
Gabrielle Anwar and Shareef Malnik
Gabrielle Anwar, Shareef Malnik and Willow Anwar
Gabrielle Anwar and Bruce Campbell

Shareef Malnik and Gabrielle Anwar - The Blacks' Annual Gala 2013 held at Fontainebleau Miami Beach - Arrivals - Miami Beach , Florida, United States - Saturday 13th April 2013

Shareef Malnik and Gabrielle Anwar

Gabrielle Anwar and Shareef Malnik - The Blacks' Annual Gala 2013 held at Fontainebleau Miami Beach - Inside - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Saturday 13th April 2013

Gabrielle Anwar and Shareef Malnik

If You Only Knew Review


Good
Where else in the world do crazy, wacked-out romantic comedies invariably involve nutty roommate situations? Well, New York City, and If You Only Knew is no exception to the rule, following on the heels of some of its more capable brethren like Addicted to Love and Ed's Next Move. This time out, writer Johnathon Schaech is hot in pursuit of painter Alison Eastwood in a Village romance... ah, if only she didn't think he was gay! Moderately entertaining and certainly better than a lot of attempts at the genre.

The Guilty Review


Very Good
Weird and creepy pot boiler has Bill Pullman as a high-profile Manhattan lawyer who gets mixed up in a scheme to off a girl (Anwar) whom he sorta-raped in a drunken haze. Only it turns out the would-be hitman is the long-lost son (Sawa) he never knew he had!

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Kimberly Review


Bad
Here's the story of the world's biggest slut. When the titular Kimberly (Anwar) comes to America for a spell, she takes on four sad sack best friends to teach them how to row (you know, boats). In a matter of weeks, she's sleeping with all of them, and before long, she's pregnant. And get this: The four guys agree to share parenting duties (nah, she won't bother to find out who the father is). The story is completely asinine and baffling (the qualifying race for an annual regatta occurs nine months before the race?), but what's really special is just how insulting Kimberly is, no matter how progressive your mindset might be. Atrocious.

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North Beach Review


Extraordinary
As we've seen in several recent Clerks knock-offs, doing nothing isn't anywhere as entertaining as we've all thought. Starting out with damn near no plot, almost no point, and a collection of bizarre characters and ending up with a funny movie that keeps your attention for a good hour and a half just can't be done in Hollywood style. So when I find myself watching a film like North Beach, which proves its tagline of "Once in a while, a movie comes along that defines a generation. Let's hope to God this ain't it," quite effectively, I can't help but enjoy it.

North Beach centers (as much as a movie that wanders its way through its story can center) around Tyler (Casey Peterson), a denizen of North Beach, San Francisco who happens to have made the mistake of sleeping with a 19-year-old stripper from New Orleans. Slacker movie that North Beach is, no matter where Tyler goes, everyone knows about this before he tells them... including his girlfriend. The inevitable result is that Tyler spends all day in frantic attempts to win his girlfriend back and manage whatever else pops up in his slacker life.

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Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead Review


OK
The way I see it, any film starring Christopher Walken as a quadriplegic gangster has to have something going for it. And while Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead has something, I'm not quite sure what that is.

Just you're typical gangster/melodrama/black comedy/romance flick, Things To Do... is a stylish story about a few days in the life of Jimmy the Saint (Andy Garcia). Jimmy plays a mobster-gone-good whose attempt at legitimacy is a business known as "Afterlife Advice," where terminally ill clients can videotape future advice for their loved ones.

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Scent Of A Woman Review


Excellent
Al Pacino got his ribbing for "hoo-ahhh!"ing his way through Scent of a Woman, but underneath the scenery chewing, there's a sweet and watchable film to be seen. Pacino is a blind ex-army man with skeletons galore, Chris O'Donnell is a prep school kid who's landed in some unexpected trouble and takes on a job watching Pacino over Thanksgiving. They learn from each other, just as each finds a way to save the life -- figuratively or truly -- of the other. Fun to watch.

Water Under The Bridge Review


Weak
Water Under the Bridge starts with enigmatic promise: Jake O'Connor (Scott Cooper, the bastard child of Ben Affleck and Ethan Hawke) returns to San Francisco after an extended absence, revisiting a past that involves a dead friend, an alcoholic mother (Theresa Russell), and a father that might be the culprit in both scenarios.

Before long, Jake's got a job and an apartment, and he's romancing his single-mom landlord (Gabrielle Anwar) while making inroads with his old family and trying to exorcise those demons.

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Gabrielle Anwar

Date of birth

4th February, 1970

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Female

Height

1.52




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North Beach Movie Review

North Beach Movie Review

As we've seen in several recent Clerks knock-offs, doing nothing isn't anywhere as entertaining as...

Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead Movie Review

Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead Movie Review

The way I see it, any film starring Christopher Walken as a quadriplegic gangster has...

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