Garry Marshall and his wife Barbara Marshall UK film premiere of 'Valentine's Day' held at the Odeon Leicester Square - Arrivals London, England - 11.02.10 Featuring: Garry Marshall and his wife Barbara Marshall Where: London, United Kingdom When: 11 Feb 2010
Garry Marshall 'The Book of Mormon' Opening night held at the Pantages Theatre - Arrivals Hollywood, California - 12.09.12 Featuring: Garry Marshall Where: Hollywood, California, United States When: 12 Sep 2012
Garry Marshall and guest Los Angeles Premiere of "You Again" held at the El Capitan Theatre. Hollywood, California - 22.09.10 Featuring: Garry Marshall and guest Where: California, United States When: 22 Sep 2010
When she heard about the new multi-strand holiday rom-com Mother's Day, Jennifer Aniston didn't hesitate about taking the job.
"Garry Marshall was the reason I think most of us said yes to this movie," she says of the cast that includes Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis.
"Without even reading a script, it was a definite, 'Yes! Where do you want me and when?'" she says. "I mean, we were raised on Garry Marshall - Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, The Odd Couple. And then his movies - Pretty Woman, Beaches. It's sort of one of your dreams as a young actor to be in a Garry Marshall movie."
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Mother's Day is the latest in the series of Garry Marshall's films which include Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve. The film follows a group of families in the run up to mother's day. There's Sandy, a single mom of two boys; Bradley who's a single father looking after his daughters and many more. The thing that connects all the different people in this film is that they're all connected by women - or the lack of.
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It was so popular that they made a sequel (1978's Return to Witch Mountain), a '90s TV movie, and now a full blown remake starring former wrestling icon Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. While the title suggests a sort of urgency, there really was no need to create this Race to Witch Mountain. While enjoyable, it's largely foolish and forgettable.
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But seriously, Chicken Little is Disney's first solo stab at a CGI kiddie flick, something that was going to happen sooner or later and which, given Disney's recent track record in animation, has had most moviegoers scared silly. Chicken Little takes an age-old fable and hands the story to director Mark Dindal (who directed the best animated Disney movie in recent memory, the under-seen The Emperor's New Groove). Nice start, but... Chicken Little? "The sky is falling, the sky is falling?" In the original story, Chicken Little gets beaned with an acorn and gathers up all his friends to tell the king that the sky is falling. As they trek to visit the king, they are captured by Foxy Loxy and (depending on how gruesome the interpretation you're reading is) are promptly eaten.
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If you're tired of the ugliness surrounding the summer sport, or just need to be entertained, than you should check out A League of Their Own, now out on DVD. Like most great sports movies, League is more than just a series of dazzling feats between the lines. It features laughs, drama, and excitement... in short all of the aspects that make the sports section of the newspaper so captivating.
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If I see one more high school movie that uses a Literature class Shakespearelesson as a metaphor for raging hormones and whatever else the screenwriteris trying to put across, I swear I'm going to throttle someone.
But such ridiculously hackneyed plot devices are the leastof the problem with "Never Been Kissed," the most agonizing flickever made by Drew Barrymore, an endearing actress with regrettably badtaste in scripts.
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Somewhere inside the surprisingly fresh, sharply jocular, angst-of-youth comedy "Orange County" there's a trite, typical teen movie struggling to get out. But director Jake Kasden just keeps out-witting the monster, pulling the carpet out from under its inherent clichés and giving his characters the chance to breathe and break free of their stock moldings.
A screwball affair about a bookwormy high school beach bum from the SoCal 'burbs who thinks his life is over when he doesn't get into Stanford, this flick rises above the spiritless, increasingly insipid, cookie-cutter teen genre simply because Kasden ("Zero Effect") and screenwriter Mike White ("Chuck and Buck") cared enough to try a little harder.
Played with pitch-perfect Everykid exasperation by sublimely expressive string bean Colin Hanks (son of Tom), Shaun Brumder had his heart set on pursuing his literary aspirations under the tutelage of his favorite writer, a professor at the venerated campus. So when he finds out his rejection was the fault of an inept guidance counselor (Lily Tomlin -- in the first of several inspired cameo performances) who sent the wrong transcript, Shaun goes on a dogged mission to get the decision reconsidered.
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