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Haley Joel Osment - Various celebrities attend One For The Boys Summer Ball - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 12th June 2016

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Haley Joel Osment - One For The Boys Charity Ball at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London at Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 12th June 2016

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Haley Joel Osment - One For The Boys Fashion Ball - London, United Kingdom - Monday 13th June 2016

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Haley Joel Osment
Haley Joel Osment

Haley Joel Osment - 2015 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party at Fig & Olive Melrose Place - Arrivals at Fig & Olive - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015

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Haley Joel Osment
Haley Joel Osment

Haley Joel Osment - Warner Bros. Pictures' L.A. Premiere of 'Entourage' held at The Regency Village Theatre - Arrivals at Regency Village Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 2nd June 2015

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Haley Joel Osment - Warner Bros. Pictures' L.A. Premiere of 'Entourage' held at The Regency Village Theatre - Arrivals at The Regency Village Theater, Regency Village Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 1st June 2015

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Haley Joel Osment - Angeleno Magazine celebrates the June issue with Adrian Grenier - Arrivals at The Argyle Hollywood - Hollywood, California, United States - Sunday 31st May 2015

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Entourage - Teaser Trailer


After making a name for themselves in Hollywood, Vincent Chase and his entourage of friends from Queens have finally made a movie. The only problem is, that after securing the chance to direct the film for 100 million USD, the film has gone over-budget by 15 million. The money is being put up by a wealthy Texas billionaire, yet the catch is that he really wants a return on his investment. Chase and the gang have to ensure that the movie is a hit - otherwise, they'll have one angry producer and one murderous billionaire on their backs. That probably won't go away, even if they just move back to Queens.

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The World Made Straight - Trailer


The 1970s see a North Carolina town come under the mysterious and dark shadow of the American Civil War, when families and loyalties become strained by the vengeful spirits of the past and the dark and evil themes of the present day. When teenage Travis Shelton (Jeremy Irvine) leaves his parents to move in with an old acquaintance, he gets swept up in the plots left behind by a Civil War massacre. From there, he enters into the steadily dissolving world of a community turned against itself and he is tested by what it means to live, love and kill.

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Haley Joel Osment Monday 17th November 2008 at the Opening Night after-party for the Broadway play 'American Buffalo' held at 230 Fifth Avenue New York City, USA

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Haley Joel Osment and John Leguizamo
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Haley Joel Osment and John Leguizamo
Haley Joel Osment and John Leguizamo

Haley Joel Osment and Equus - Haley Joel Osment poses with new friend Christy Carlson Romano New York City, USA - at the opening night after-party for the Broadway revival of 'Equus' held at Pier 60 in Manhattan Thursday 25th September 2008

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Haley Joel Osment and Equus
Haley Joel Osment and Equus
Haley Joel Osment and Equus

Haley Joel Osment - Wednesday 6th June 2007 at Gala For The Christopher And Dana Reeve Foundation Century City, California

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The Jungle Book 2 Review


Excellent
Last year, I received a lot of grief from readers who insisted I was heartless for panning Disney's Lilo & Stitch. As I sat waiting for my The Jungle Book 2 screening to begin, I relished the idea of more hate emails flooding my inbox if this latest animated adventure didn't bring the goods. But this time, Disney didn't let me down, and though I'm somewhat disappointed knowing those email unpleasantries do not await me, I am thrilled to give The Jungle Book 2 a glowing recommendation.

The Jungle Book 2 begins flawlessly where the original left off as Mowgli (now voiced by Haley Joel Osment) is trying to adjust to the chores and responsibilities of living in the man village. Mowgli would much rather play with his new family than work, but he also dreams of disobeying orders to cross the river outside the village and enter the mysterious jungle in search of his old friend Baloo (John Goodman). One night, Mowgli's desires of returning to his jungle home become reality. Unfortunately, this causes great concern from his girlfriend Shanti and the rest of the village. What Mowgli doesn't realize is that the tiger Shere Khan (Tony Jay) anxiously awaits another meeting with the young cub, so he can settle old scores.

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The Sixth Sense Review


Excellent
Another week in '99, another horror film. But will The Sixth Sense really scare you? Despite the title that is more reminiscent of Leprechaun than The Exorcist, this is a genuinely creepy film with a solid story, great acting, and a surprise ending that not even a jaded critic like me saw coming.

The concept is that young Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment) sees ghosts, and they torment him night and day, to the point of physical abuse. Desperate for help, he eventually hooks up with brilliant child psychologist Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis), who tries to help him out.

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The Hunchback Of Notre Dame II Review


Bad
Our pal Quasimodo finds love of his own in this abortive and unbearably lazy sequel to Disney's moderate success, The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Unlike mostly no-name productions like The Return of Jafar, the entire original cast is back in this sequel (with the exception of Mary Wickes, who died before the original Hunchback was ever released), and how Disney convinced them to take part is beyond me. (Iron-clad contract or the promise that, after all, this will barely take an hour of their time?)

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Pay It Forward Review


Good
The very idea behind Pay It Forward -- that when someone does an enormous good deed for you should pay it "forward" to three other, unsuspecting persons -- requires what is described in the film as "an extreme act of faith in the goodness of people."

It's safe to say that your enjoyment of the film is bound by this same rule. Dyed-in-the-wool film critics like myself have been down this road once or twice before, and the enormous leap of faith it takes to convince oneself that, deep down, even "bad" people are good makes me want to reach for my DVD of A Clockwork Orange.

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The Country Bears Review


Weak
Never mind comic books and video games... Believe it or not, Walt Disney's The Country Bears is (to our knowledge) the first movie based on an amusement park attraction. What's next, It's A Small World: The Motion Picture? Maybe Journey Through The Hall Of Presidents? [No, but The Pirates of the Caribbean comes out in 2003. -Ed.]

In the film, a cub named Beary runs away from his human family to find his heroes, a defunct musical act dubbed The Country Bears. Beary knows he doesn't belong with the members of his foster family and is drawn by the promise that you can be "different" with the Bears, and still be accepted. But the Bears have more issues than an episode of Behind the Music. A sleazy banker (Christopher Walken) seeks to foreclose on Country Bear Hall if back payments totaling $20,000 aren't made immediately. Beary convinces the band to hold a reunion show to save their cherished performance hall. Unfortunately, getting the disgruntled musicians under the same roof becomes an unbearable challenge.

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A.I. Artificial Intelligence Review


Good
I remember sitting in a movie theater at the tender age of 14, watching a little film called D.A.R.Y.L., about a boy with a computer brain trying to cope with modern society and questions of emotion and identity. D.A.R.Y.L. was not some overblown, 2 1/2-hour ordeal. It was 99 breezy minutes of fun fun fun!

A.I. Artificial Intelligence is, too my deep dismay, neither breezy nor particularly fun. The level of anticipation of the film, of course, would be impossible to effectively sate, but A.I. just doesn't cut it. It doesn't even come close.

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The Jungle Book 2 Review


Excellent
Last year, I received a lot of grief from readers who insisted I was heartless for panning Disney's Lilo & Stitch. As I sat waiting for my The Jungle Book 2 screening to begin, I relished the idea of more hate emails flooding my inbox if this latest animated adventure didn't bring the goods. But this time, Disney didn't let me down, and though I'm somewhat disappointed knowing those email unpleasantries do not await me, I am thrilled to give The Jungle Book 2 a glowing recommendation.

The Jungle Book 2 begins flawlessly where the original left off as Mowgli (now voiced by Haley Joel Osment) is trying to adjust to the chores and responsibilities of living in the man village. Mowgli would much rather play with his new family than work, but he also dreams of disobeying orders to cross the river outside the village and enter the mysterious jungle in search of his old friend Baloo (John Goodman). One night, Mowgli's desires of returning to his jungle home become reality. Unfortunately, this causes great concern from his girlfriend Shanti and the rest of the village. What Mowgli doesn't realize is that the tiger Shere Khan (Tony Jay) anxiously awaits another meeting with the young cub, so he can settle old scores.

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Bogus Review


Good
If you were going to invent an imaginary friend, would it be Gérard Depardieu? And would you call him "Bogus"? And would you call your movie Bogus? Nope, neither would I. Still, this "older kids" production is a cut above the usual kiddie fare. Yes, that's Haley Joel Osment appearing in one of his first films.

Pay It Forward Review


Weak

At the helm of "Pay It Forward," director Mimi Leder becomes such a manipulatively mawkish emotional puppeteer that it feels as if she's tossing tear gas grenades into the audience.

Adapted from Catherine Ryan Hyde's novel about emotional and physical scars, symbolic martyrdom and saving the world with deliberate acts of compassion, it's a story that would be difficult to tell without pulling a few heartstring. But ye-owch! Does she have to yank so hard?

The peerless Kevin Spacey stars as Eugene Simonet, a bottled-up, austere junior high social studies teacher with burn scars over much of his body and face. He opens every school year by offering extra credit to any student who can "think of an idea to change our world and put it into action."

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A.I Artificial Intelligence Review


OK

No Steven Spielberg movie without dinosaurs or lost arks is complete until some part of it is slathered in schmaltz, and no Spielberg finale has ever been as thick with it as "A.I. Artificial Intelligence."

Of course, I can't go into detail without spoiling said finale, but just imagine something so soft-focused, saccharine and teary-eyed that E.T. himself would go into sugar shock -- then multiply that by 10 and you'll get the general idea.

As with most Spielberg films, the irony is that up until the Gatorade cooler of sappy sentimentality is dumped over the audience's collective head, "A.I." is an admirable cinematic feat -- a mesmerizing mix of cautionary futuristic fairy tale, prudently measured intentional corniness, and neon-colored three ring circus.

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The Sixth Sense Review


Good

If the line is still too long for "The Blair Witch Project" this weekend, buy a ticket to "The Sixth Sense," the first truly scary studio picture in longer than I can remember and a serious contender against "Blair" for most creepiest movie of the year.

Yes, I know it's a Bruce Willis flick, and yes, I know the plot -- about a very disturbed little boy who talks to ghosts -- sounds inane.

But this movie stunned me. The hair on the back of my neck stood up five or six times in this picture. The traumatized performance by Haley Joel Osment as the haunted child is the most skilled and chilling turn by a pre-pubescent actor since Kirsten Dunst in "Interview with the Vampire." And Willis, as an emotionally wrecked kiddie shrink, garners more empathy than a truck full of other ex-action heroes could.

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Haley Joel Osment

Date of birth

10th April, 1988

Occupation

Actor

Sex

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Height

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Haley Joel Osment Movies

Entourage Movie Review

Entourage Movie Review

Both shameless and shamelessly entertaining, this relentlessly boyish movie carries on exactly as the TV...

Entourage Trailer

Entourage Trailer

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Entourage Trailer

After making a name for themselves in Hollywood, Vincent Chase and his entourage of friends...

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Tusk Trailer

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Wallace Bryton (Justin Long) has a job that most could only dream of. He spends...

The Jungle Book 2 Movie Review

The Jungle Book 2 Movie Review

Last year, I received a lot of grief from readers who insisted I was heartless...

Secondhand Lions Movie Review

Secondhand Lions Movie Review

Like a similar creature that patrols a certain Yellow Brick Road, Tim McCanlies' Secondhand Lions...

The Sixth Sense Movie Review

The Sixth Sense Movie Review

Another week in '99, another horror film. But will The Sixth Sense really scare...

Pay It Forward Movie Review

Pay It Forward Movie Review

The very idea behind Pay It Forward -- that when someone does an enormous good...

The Country Bears Movie Review

The Country Bears Movie Review

Never mind comic books and video games... Believe it or not, Walt Disney's The...

A.I. Artificial Intelligence Movie Review

A.I. Artificial Intelligence Movie Review

I remember sitting in a movie theater at the tender age of 14, watching a...

The Jungle Book 2 Movie Review

The Jungle Book 2 Movie Review

Last year, I received a lot of grief from readers who insisted I was heartless...

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