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Billy And Ray Opening Night - Arrivals

Kathleen Marshall, Garry Marshall, Barbara Marshall and Heather Hall - A host of celebrities took to the red carpet as they attended the Opening night for Billy and Ray at the Vineyard Theatre, New York City, New York, United States - Monday 20th October 2014

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Billy And Ray Opening Night - Arrivals

Larry Pine, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Sophie von Haselberg, Drew Gehling and Mike Bencivenga - Opening night after party for Billy and Ray at the Vineyard Theatre - Arrivals. at Vineyard Theatre, - New York, New York, United States - Monday 20th October 2014

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Billy And Ray Meet And Greet

Drew Gehling, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Mike Bencivegna, Sophie von Haselberg and Larry Pine - Billy and Ray Meet and Greet - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Friday 5th September 2014

Drew Gehling, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Mike Bencivegna, Sophie Von Haselberg and Larry Pine
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Vincent Kartheiser and Larry Pine
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Drew Gehling, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Mike Bencivegna, Sophie Von Haselberg and Larry Pine

2014 Writers Guild Awards LA Ceremony - Press Room

Garry Marshall - WGA winners pose at 2014 Writers Guild Awards Press room at JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 1st February 2014

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66th Annual Writer's Guild Awards Los Angeles Ceremony

Barbara Marshall and Garry Marshall - 66th Annual Writer's Guild Awards Los Angeles Ceremony at JW Marriott - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 1st February 2014

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Video - Garry Marshall Joins Cast For New Year's Eve Premiere - New Year's Eve New York Premiere Arrivals Part 1


The New York premiere of the star-studded New Year's Eve took place in New York, at the Ziegfeld Theatre. The director, Garry Marshall, was one of the first to appear on the red carpet; he stood in front of the promotional poster and talked to the photographers. Wizards of Waverly Place actor Jake T. Austin, who stars in the film, rubbed shoulders with Abigail Breslin; Jessica Biel and rocker Jon Bon Jovi, who brought along his large family.

Abigail, Jessica and Jon star in the movie alongside Jake, which is about the lives of several people on New Year's Eve

Valentine's Day Trailer


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Race To Witch Mountain Trailer


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Race To Witch Mountain Review


OK
The '70s were not a good time for Disney. Not only were their animated "masterworks" failing to live up to their flawless ancestry, but their live action efforts -- Super Dad, Castaway Cowboy -- were truly testing audience patience. In 1975, British director John Hough, responsible for the genre hit The Legend of Hell House, was hired to adapt Alexander Key's 1968 novel Escape to Witch Mountain into a feature film. The story of two children possessing paranormal powers, and the extraterrestrial origins of said skills, became one of the company's few hits of the day.

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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Chicken Little Review


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Now that Disney finally has gotten rid of that albatross of Pixar, the Mouse can finally get on with making computer animated movies by itself. Gosh!

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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Keeping Up With The Steins Review


Terrible
Garry Marshall as a free-spirited, Jewish hippie grandpa is funny. Garry Marshall's son, first-time director Scott Marshall, is not. Nor is his handling of a film just dying to be My Big Fat Jewish Bar Mitzvah (it even says so on the back of the DVD box), which just doesn't have the easy charm or lovable story to make that happen.

The planning and celebration of a bar mitzvah has wonderful comic potential. Family dysfunctions. Awkward pre-teen kids. All the meshuga ethnic eccentricities. What a shame to miss the mark on nearly all of it. The younger Marshall goes keeps it saccharine-light, and ends up with a stiff would-be comedy filled with talented stars and very few laughs.

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Chicken Little Review


OK
Now that Disney finally has gotten rid of that albatross of Pixar, the Mouse can finally get on with making computer animated movies by itself. Gosh!

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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The Hollywood Sign Review


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Tom Berenger, Burt Reynolds, and Rod Steiger play washed-up actors who find the opportunity to get back in the biz... if they can rip off some Vegas goons by convincing them they're cops.

No, it isn't high art. It isn't even Lethal Weapon, but the triple-threat of ham-fisted actors makes The Hollywood Sign something of a guilty pleasure.

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With Friends Like These... Review


Weak
Hollywood farces are always hard to pull off, and this one-joke movie proves increasingly frustrating despite a few bright moments. Robert Costanzo stars as an out-of-work character actor in L.A. who gets the call to read for the part of Al Capone in an upcoming Scorsese film. Of course, he blabs to all his friends and soon enough, they're all up for the part. Most of the film's scenes are predicated by "You gotta promise not to tell anyone..." and of course they invariably do. But backstabbing has never been more repetitive. By the time Scorsese makes his cameo appearance, give yourself a point if you still care who gets the part. Watch for Bill Murray in a stellar yet miniscule role.

A League Of Their Own Review


Excellent
Ah, baseball. The mere mention of America's pastime brings forth images of fresh grass, sunny days, endless labor disputes and another round of steroid controversy.

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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