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5 Flights Up Trailer


Ruth (Dianne Keaton) & Alex (Morgan Freeman) moved to Brooklyn back before it was cool. The two live on the fifth floor of an apartment with their dog, content to live their retirement with one another and painting. But with them both so old, the five flights of steps are becoming a problem for them to manage. As they go through the motions of trying to sell their apartment, they come face to face with new couples and younger people looking to move to the area, learning more about love and life in the process. 

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Gary Wilmes and John Lithgow - Gary Wilmes, Jennifer Lim and John Lithgow New York City, USA - as they visit the cast of the Broadway play 'David Henry Hwang's Chinglish' at the Longacre Theatre. Tuesday 27th December 2011

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Gary Wilmes and Jennifer Lim Sunday 4th December 2011

Gary Wilmes - Jennifer Lim and Gary Wilmes New York City, USA - Opening night after party for the Broadway production of 'Chinglish' held at Brasserie 8 1/2 restaurant Thursday 27th October 2011

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Gary Wilmes Monday 12th September 2011 Meet and greet with the cast of the Broadway production of 'Chinglish' held at the New 42nd Street Studios. New York City, USA

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Afterschool Review


Very Good
As indulgent and preachy as his earlier Buy it Now, this drama shows the growing skill of 25-year-old writer-director-editor Campos. It's also packed with important themes that are addressed both artfully and hauntingly.

Rob (Miller) is a sullen sophomore at a New England boarding school, where he's dismissed as a poor kid by his rich classmates. His roommate Dave (White), who deals drugs in his spare time, won't even introduce Rob to the cool kids. When Rob joins the video class, he's teamed with the sparky Amy (Timlin) to make a film about the school. But they inadvertently record the nasty overdose of the school's most popular girls. As everyone's world comes undone, Rob maintains his aloof, awkward perspective, which unnerves the principal (Stuhlbarg).

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A Mighty Heart Review


Excellent
It's a sign of filmmaking prowess, and occasionally genius, when a director can hand viewers a scenario with a foregone conclusion and make them get lost in the story anyway. In A Mighty Heart, Michael Winterbottom shows that he is definitely that kind of director, flinging us into a panicked maelstrom of chases and false leads that all lead to the same murderous finale, one that is likely clear even to people unfamiliar with the true story the film is closely molded from. Daniel Pearl, respected and beloved journalist for the Wall Street Journal, was kidnapped in Karachi in late January 2002 as he was researching a story on the shoe-bomber Richard Reid. His pregnant wife, journalist Mariane Pearl, marshals an ad-hoc group of his co-workers, Pakistani police, and U.S. officials to find him before it's too late. They're too late.

At the time, Pearl's kidnapping was like a tertiary aftershock to 9/11, proving that nobody was safe. The World Trade Center, international symbol of dominating Western capitalism, made sense as a target. Pearl, a universally respected journalist (evidence shows that "beloved" would actually not have been too strong a description of people's feelings about him) who wanted only to understand the terrorists and to explain them to the world, made no sense. And it's that swirling fog of frightened confusion that Winterbottom evokes so powerfully in A Mighty Heart, one of the best films yet made about modern terrorism.

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Gary Wilmes - Wednesday 13th June 2007 at Ziegfeld Theatre New York City, USA

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Gary Wilmes Movies

5 Flights Up Trailer

5 Flights Up Trailer

Ruth (Dianne Keaton) & Alex (Morgan Freeman) moved to Brooklyn back before it was cool....

Afterschool Movie Review

Afterschool Movie Review

As indulgent and preachy as his earlier Buy it Now, this drama shows the growing...

A Mighty Heart Movie Review

A Mighty Heart Movie Review

It's a sign of filmmaking prowess, and occasionally genius, when a director can hand viewers...

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