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Heather Matarazzo - Premiere of Roadside Attractions' 'Love And Friendship' at Directors Guild Of America - Arrivals at Directors Guild of America - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 3rd May 2016

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Heather Matarazzo - Los Angeles premiere of The Orchard's 'Nasty Baby' held at ArcLight Hollywood - Arrivals at ArcLight Hollywood - Hollywood, California - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 19th October 2015

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Heather Matarazzo - Premiere Of IFC Films' 'Sleeping With Other People' - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 9th September 2015

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Heather Matarazzo - Premiere of DIRECTV's "Dark Places" held at Harmony Gold Theatre at Harmony Gold Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 22nd July 2015

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Sisters Trailer


Maura and Jane have a lot of differences; Maura has a high-flying job at a hospital, though is recovering from a divorce and a little nervous when it comes to meeting other men, while Jane is, well, not. They're nonetheless the best sisters you could imagine and always bring out the best in each other. However, when they're parents call them back to their childhood home, they discover that it's been sold and they have to clean out the room they had as girls. Going through their old stuff brings back a lot of memories though, and Jane decides to encourage Maura to throw a huge neighborhood party before they have to leave. It's a time where they can re-connect to their teenage selves, hook up with some cute guys and get totally drunk. This is going to be messy.

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Is ‘The Princess Diaries 3’ Happening?


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We were all so excited when it was seemingly confirmed The Princess Diaries 3 was in the works. Sadly, we were soon disappointed when sources close to Disney claimed the project, contrary to the information provided by other insider sources, was not going ahead. So will Mia Thermopolis be returning to our screens any time soon or not?

Anne HathawayAnne Hathaway starred in The Princess Diaries and its sequel.

Read More: Julie Andrews Did Not Watch The Sound Of Music Live! But Will Get Round To It.

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Princess Mia Thermopolis May Be Returning To Our Screens In Third 'Princess Diaries' Movie


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Princess Mia Theremopolis of Genovia may be back alongside Fat Louis and Queen Clarisse Renaldi. According to reports in a U.S. entertainment website, Disney has reportedly agreed to go ahead with a third instalment of The Princess Diaries.

Anne HathawayAnne Hathaway starred in The Princess Diaries and its sequel.

Read More: Anne Hathaway And Julie Taymor Team Up For Grounded.

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Heather Matarazzo - New York screening of 'The Case Against 8' at Time Warner Screening Room - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 28th May 2014

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Freshman Orientation Review


Weak
OK, it's official: I no longer care about 18 year olds. Freshman Orientation is the last hyperkenetic, oversexed, foul-mouthed, gender-bending, college frolic I'll watch. At this point I've simply eaten too much American Pie.

When Clay (Sam Huntington) arrives at a large state university, his only goal is to score a dumb blonde. At the same time, Amanda (Kaitlin Doubleday), the sorority girl of his dreams, is challenged by her sorority sisters to date a gay man and then dump him (to get revenge on the evil male of the species). Clay gladly pretends to be gay just so he can spend more time with her, but now he has to figure out "how to be gay." Amanda's Jewish friend Jessica (an especially foul-mouthed Heather Matarazzo) is similarly challenged to date and dump a Muslim. Off to the side, Clay's sensitive roommate Matt (Mike Erwin), a closeted gay teen, is slowly coming to terms with himself while simultaneously falling in love with Matt. And Matt's high-school girlfriend Majorie (Marla Sokoloff) also shows up as a newly self-identified lesbian.

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Hostel: Part II Review


Terrible
Let's lay the cards on the table: Hostel, to me, was one of the coldest, most blindly-conceived horror films to get released in years, basically acting as torture porn rather than an actual film. So, the fact that Hostel: Part II is more thuggishly ambivalent to thought and structure, more cold and condescending to its audience and its characters, and more wildly absurd in both tone and execution doesn't come as a surprise. To be honest, it makes sense that after two thoroughly fascinating horror experiments (Bug and 28 Weeks Later) are released that Hostel: Part II will easily make enough money to secure a third installment and will set the horror genre back a solid decade.

Basically, Part II is Hostel plus a B-cup. Three girls (Lauren German, Bijou Phillips, and Heather Matarazzo) are in Europe studying art. One of the models for the art course is a statuesque beauty (Vera Jordanova) who befriends the girls and starts a friendship with one girl that borders on lesbianism. Of course, the model gets them to go to a special hot springs and stay at a hostel. Shortly after arriving, the girls are drugged, dragged, and prepped for a slab or a death seat.

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Getting To Know You Review


Very Good
When I first heard of this film, I immediately got the title reference. Like Joyce Carol Oates, I have lived in Princeton, and remember vaguely that ad series (I believe it was for Bell Atlantic, but am not sure) that featured the song with the thoroughly annoying refrain "Getting to Know You / Getting to Know All About You." For the remainder of the film, this tidbit of a song was stuck in my head. The fact that the film opens with music that seems a slight variant to the song does not help. The presence of such a score in my head for an hour and a half on end is enough to drive just about anyone to insanity.

Perhaps it is the annoying idiosyncratic insanity of that television Ad series that compelled Joyce Carol Oates to write the collection "Heat." Perhaps the filmmakers also heard the ads and, although not compelled to switch their local phone company, were compelled to make a film that would bring this particular psychological thumbscrew to the minds of anyone who lived on the Eastern Seaboard while the ads were running.

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Welcome To The Dollhouse Review


Essential
Once again I have to agree with the mass of critics proclaiming a film as spectacular. First was Fargo, the best movie of the year. Now there's Welcome to the Dollhouse, a close second.

The winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival this year, Welcome to the Dollhouse has earned every award it has and every award it will get. Writer/director/producer Todd Solondz's intensely personal tragicomedy about an 11 year-old girl (Heather Matarazzo) facing vicious ridicule in junior high is an often somber (and more often hilarious) look at pre-teen "society."

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54 Review


OK
Extremely watery and soap opera-ish, this expose on the inner workings of Studio 54 at the end of the 1970s is pretty tame. Sure, drugs, sex, money, booze, etc. were all free-flowing. But who didn't know that? The fictionalized story of a bartender's rise to power that's weaved in here doesn't make the film any better.

The Princess Diaries Review


OK

Ah, the good ol' heavy glasses and frizzy hair -- Hollywood's hackneyed, telltale token of a plain girl due to have her life transformed by a makeover. Every generation of American girls gets a version of this tale thrust upon them, and this year's model is Disney's "The Princess Diaries," the story of a private school outcast who discovers she's heir to the throne of an obscure (read: fictional) European monarchy.

But this isn't your grandma's glass slipper flick. Our heroine is Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway from Fox TV's "Get Real"), a brainy, affably wry San Francisco teenager who is none too sure she even wants the crown when the grandmother she's never met comes for a visit and reveals -- surprise! -- she's the queen of Genovia.

"My expectation in life is to be invisible, and I'm good at it," Mia proclaims at the beginning of the movie. But while she skeptically contemplates accepting or renouncing her royalty -- and the responsibility and exposure that would come with it -- Mia does acquiesce to getting the "Pygmalion" treatment from her grandma (the oh-so-apropos Julie Andrews) during daily visits to the Genovian consulate.

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Sisters Trailer

Sisters Trailer

Maura and Jane have a lot of differences; Maura has a high-flying job at a...

Hostel: Part II, Trailer Trailer

Hostel: Part II, Trailer Trailer

Hostel: Part II29th June 2007Sony Pictures ReleasingTrailer StreamLast January, writer/director Eli Roth terrified moviegoers with...

Hostel: Part II Movie Review

Hostel: Part II Movie Review

Let's lay the cards on the table: Hostel, to me, was one of the coldest,...

Hostel 2 Trailer

Hostel 2 Trailer

Hostel 2TrailerThree young Americans studying in Rome set off for a weekend trip when they...

Saved! Movie Review

Saved! Movie Review

Saved! is just the cutest little Christian comedy, simply the sweetest wee satire you'll ever...

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement Movie Review

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement Movie Review

How's this for timing: Almost three years to the day after the release of the...

Welcome to the Dollhouse Movie Review

Welcome to the Dollhouse Movie Review

Once again I have to agree with the mass of critics proclaiming a film as...

The Princess Diaries Movie Review

The Princess Diaries Movie Review

Anne Hathaway is a gorgeous, young woman with a gentle screen charisma. It's hard...

Sorority Boys Movie Review

Sorority Boys Movie Review

The heavily recycled "war-of-the-Greeks" movie theme, first made popular in the early 1980s, has returned...

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