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'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

Hart Bochner Wednesday 3rd December 2008 'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

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'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

James Black and Hart Bochner - James Black and Hart Bochner Los Angeles, California - 'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals Wednesday 3rd December 2008

'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

Hart Bochner and Debra Messing - Hart Bochner and Debra Messing Los Angeles, California - 'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals Wednesday 3rd December 2008

'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

Debra Messing and Hart Bochner - Debra Messing and Hart Bochner Los Angeles, California - 'Nothing Like The Holidays' Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals Wednesday 3rd December 2008

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Apartment Zero Review


Excellent
The psycho-roommate thriller done the right way, with Firth's Felix Unger playing off Bochner's mysterious American... who may or may not be slaughtering the residents of Buenos Aires, where the film takes place. Creepy and original, Apartment Zero got a crummy update later with Single White Female and a good one with Shallow Grave. Donovan's direction recalls Polanski and his and Koepp's script exudes Hitchcock. A better combo I couldn't give you.

The Break Up (1998) Review


Unbearable
Pedestrian thriller. Nonsensical and obvious why it went straight to cable, despite a decent cast of stars. What's with Weber's big moustache, anyway?

Apartment Zero Review


Excellent
The psycho-roommate thriller done the right way, with Firth's Felix Unger playing off Bochner's mysterious American... who may or may not be slaughtering the residents of Buenos Aires, where the film takes place. Creepy and original, Apartment Zero got a crummy update later with Single White Female and a good one with Shallow Grave. Donovan's direction recalls Polanski and his and Koepp's script exudes Hitchcock. A better combo I couldn't give you.

Urban Legends: Final Cut Review


Terrible
Words I thought I'd never write: the sequel to Urban Legend lacks the grace, wit, and power of the original.

Put the gun to my head, pull the trigger, and put me out of my misery. Better yet, put the horror genre out of its misery. When you've finished watching Urban Legends: Final Cut, you'll share my same grim point of view thanks to the horrible acting, terrible script, and ridiculous directing which has become all too common today.

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Say Nothing Review


Grim
Unfaithful probably stole Say Nothing's thunder, whatever thunder it might have had, that is, sending this movie straight to Skinemax or whatever other dumping ground it ended up in.

The story has become awfully familiar: Disgruntled woman (Nastassja Kinski) cheats on boozing hubby (Hart Bochner), only she doesn't realize her fling (William Baldwin) is actually a super-wealthy tycoon. No problem, except that said tycoon inexplicably hires the out-of-luck (and suddenly reformed) hubby shortly thereafter and immediately sets out to destroy the marriage he's wedged himself into. Trouble ensues.

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The Break Up Review


Unbearable
Pedestrian thriller. Nonsensical and obvious why it went straight to cable, despite a decent cast of stars. What's with Weber's big moustache, anyway?

Urban Legends: The Final Cut Review


Zero

As wretched as any Ed Wood bomb, and without the camp factor to make it train-wreck entertaining, "Urban Legends: The Final Cut" is a serious contender for the worst horror movie ever made.

It's not just that the movie isn't the least bit scary. It's not just that the killer picks off his victims in the most humdrum manner. It's not just that almost every performance is so flaccid that the actors look like they're reading cue cards even when they scream.

It's not just that the slasher wears a fencing mask, signaling an utter lack of originality and adherence to copycat screenwriting formula (if Jason had worn a football helmet in "Friday the 13th," this guy would be wearing a baseball cap, no doubt.) It's not even that this pathetic excuse for a suspense movie has the unmitigated gall to compare itself to Hitchcock.

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