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Reversion Trailer


Sophie Clé is the head of marketing for her father Jack Clé's company, which sells a ground-breaking tech product called the Oubli which wraps around your ear and taps into your memories to allow you to re-live the happiest moments of your life in high definition. Sophie's most precious memory is the last time she saw her mother, who passed away fifteen years ago. They're trying to market the product to other sad souls with difficulty letting go of the past, but on the cusp of their success Sophie is kidnapped and attacked by a woman named Isa. After her release, her father assures her that she was completely unarmed save for a small cut, but Sophie knows something is wrong. The Oubli is no longer showing her happy re-calls of her mother, but much more sinister flashbacks in which can be seen an argument and a lot of blood. It soon becomes clear that her father is hiding something very dark from her, and now it's not just her memories on the line - but her life.

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Gary Dourdan - Les Girls 14 Cabaret Benefit at Avalon - Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 6th October 2014

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Gary Dourdan - Les Girls 14 Cabaret Benefit - Arrivals at Avalon - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 7th October 2014

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Gary Dourdan - A friend of Gary Dourdan reveals her bare backside as he lifts her up during the 66th Cannes Film Festival - Day 3 - Friday 17th May 2013

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Gary Dourdan - MCM Birmingham Memorabilia Comic Con at Birmingham NEC - Day Two - Birmingham, United Kingdom - Sunday 17th March 2013

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Gary Dourdan - MCM Birmingham Memorabilia Comic Con at Birmingham NEC - Birmingham, United Kingdom - Saturday 16th March 2013

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CSI Star Bankruptcy: Gary Dourdan Files Papers


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A CSI star bankruptcy, who would have thought it? When we switch on our televisions, we assume that everyone lives a life of luxury when they're not saving the world, solving the crime or getting the girl.

But they're real people too, and the news that CSI star Gary Dourdan, who played Warrick Brown on the show, has declared bankruptcy, will come as a surprise to many fans of the cop-thriller. According to TMZ, the actor filed papers on August 30th, and according to the documentation, has a little over $1.8 million in assets, but is in debt to his creditors to the princely sum of $1.73 million. You do the maths. He still has a bit of cash left over, right? Anyway, we're not experts, but as far as we understand it, a large chunk of that debt ($1,689,704 million) is owed to various banks, including Union Bank, which apparently holds the mortgage on his home that may be in default. And as for his assets: $200 cash, $3k in a bank account, $4k in furniture, $200 worth of books, $1,500 in clothes, $500 in watches ... oh and a 2006 Dodge Charger worth $7,000.

So there you have it folks, if Hollywood actors are getting in financial crisis, the recession must be real, but you should have figured that out by now. According to Gary, he's got major acting roles coming up that should level everything out. 

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CSI Star Bankruptcy: Gary Dourdan Is Broke!


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He may have been in one of the longest running drama series in recent US television history, but former CSI star Gary Dourdan evidently has been keeping a good record of his accounts of money made from the time, with TMZ reporting that the actor has recently been forced to file for bankruptcy.

The figures that are being touted about by TMZ are enough to make the eyes water, even in these days of debt. Dourdan apparently has over $1.8 million in assets which sounds pretty good, except he owes some $1.73 million to his creditors. Oh. So how does that break down? Well, most of it’s owed to various banks - $1.689704 million to be very precise. Some of that is owed to Union Bank who hold the mortgage on his home that may be in default. His assets meanwhile amount to $200 cash, $3000 in a bank account, $4000 in furniture, $200 worth of books, $1,500 in clothes, $500 in watches and a 2006 Dodge Charger worth $7,000. Hmmm, it’s not looking good.

However, the actor claims that he’s anticipating “major acting roles” in the future that should help to pay off this debt and though that is indeed what they all say, we’d be churlish if we weren’t crossing our fingers for him for future auditions.

Batman: Gotham Knight Review


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Admit it: You love to see Batman bleed. It's his vulnerability that makes him so much more interesting than the Man of Steel. But we don't see quite enough blood in the Batman movies or kiddy cartoons. Thanks to Japanese anime, we finally get to watch the masked vigilante bleed profusely from gunshots and stab wounds (about as much as you'd expect from a man with no super powers).

This would've been bloody marvelous had two-thirds of the animated anthology Batman: Gotham Knight not stunk. Made to promote the summer's most hotly anticipated film The Dark Knight, the anime-style anthology isn't so much a segue between Christopher Nolan's first and second Batman films as it is a PG-13 revamp of the old animated series. Gotham Knight consists of six 15-minute short films -- each by a different director, writer, and illustrator. But as intriguing as it sounds to have so many brains devoted to this project, only two of the directors do justice to the Batman legend.

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Perfect Stranger Review


Weak
Perfect Stranger brings us to the end of an era: Halle Berry finally sports nice hair. Gone is the too-close crop of Swordfish and Die Another Day, the single-mom bangs of Monster's Ball, and that white Storm hair that just didn't work, no matter how often it was reshaped. In Perfect Stranger, as ball-busting investigative journalist Rowena, she wears it up, down, pulled back, always looking great, as if making up for lost glamour time.

Of course, the filmmakers behind Perfect Stranger would probably be insulted by my focus on hairstyle. They've made a movie, not an US Weekly article, with two big stars and a twist-heavy story, and I'm sure they'd rather I discuss more important aspects than Halle Berry's hair, such as Halle Berry's body or Halle Berry's frequent and slinky costume changes.

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Playing God Review


Weak
Extremely uneven movie about a defrocked L.A. surgeon/drug addict (Duchovny) who falls in with a two-bit mobster (Hutton) and his gorgeous moll (Jolie). A curious premise and a strong antihero are wasted, though, because Playing God has virtually no plot to speak of, which, you know, can be a hindrance to a movie from time to time.
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Reversion Trailer

Reversion Trailer

Sophie Clé is the head of marketing for her father Jack Clé's company, which sells...

Batman: Gotham Knight Movie Review

Batman: Gotham Knight Movie Review

Admit it: You love to see Batman bleed. It's his vulnerability that makes him so...

Perfect Stranger Movie Review

Perfect Stranger Movie Review

Perfect Stranger brings us to the end of an era: Halle Berry finally sports nice...

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