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Space Station 76 Trailer


Captain Glenn (Patrick Wilson) is a struggling alcoholic and an arguably bad captain for Omega 76. To this end, his is sent a new assist captain, Jessica (Liv Tyler) to help him, and ensure that he continues to do his job properly. Ted (Matt Bomer), the robotic armed mechanic, and Misty (Marisa Coughlan) are undergoing relationship issues, with Misty taking far too quickly to the station's new medication features. As the strong personalities of the residents collide to a funky disco beat, the resultant mix of suburban feuding and retro sci-fi creates an explosion of hilarity. 

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The Opening Night Of DISASTER!

Jack Plotnick - The Opening Night of DISASTER! Off-Broadway at St. Luke's Theatre - New York City, NY, United States - Monday 4th November 2013

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Wrong Trailer


Dolph Springer finds himself slowly sinking into some sort of mad dream world as strange occurrences continue to happen in his daily life. Clocks show impossible times, the palm tree in his garden turns into a pine tree and it starts raining in his office at work - despite having actually been fired - but nobody else seems to notice or care. Also, he has lost the most beloved thing in his life; his dog, who he notices has mysteriously disappeared after trying to call him for breakfast one morning. In his attempts to find his pet, he ends up altering the lives of several intriguing characters including an effeminate French/Mexican gardener, a sex-obsessed pizza girl, an unhinged serial jogger neighbour and a crazy pet detective who is assigned to help look for the dog. He also runs into the mysterious guru Master Chang with his distinctive ponytail and facial burns, who encourages Dolph to connect with his pet through telepathic communication.

'Wrong' is definitely one of the most unpredictable movies of the year that will have you struggling to stay sane even more so than the protagonist. It has been directed and written by Quentin Dupieux ('Rubber', 'Steak') and will be released in the US on March 29th 2013.

Director: Quentin Dupieux
Starring: Jack Plotnick, Eric Judor, Alexis Dziena, Steve Little, William Fichtner, Regan Burns, Mark Burnham, Arden Myrin, Maile Flanagan, Todd Giebenhain, Barry Alan Levine, Zia Harris, LeShay N. Tomlinson, Price Carson, Gary Valentine,

Rubber Review


Excellent
This absurdist horror-comedy gleefully plays with how "all great films" contain an element that has no reason ("Why was E.T. brown?"). The joke is spread far too thinly, but the deadpan style and witty movie references are very funny.

on the rubbish-strewn California desert, a tyre wakes up and starts rolling, gradually finding its balance as well as psychokinetic powers of destruction.

He sleeps at night, drinks water, stalks a scorpion and then a rabbit. Giddy with success, he takes aim at human prey. And when he sees a young woman (Mesquida) showering in an isolated motel, he even falls in love. Eventually, a cop (Spinella) arrives to investigate the deaths. Over the next few days, as the murderous rampage escalates, he struggles to find inventive ways to stop this killer tyre.

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Legendary Bingo's 10th Anniversary Held At Hamburger Mary's - Arrivals

Jack Plotnick Wednesday 14th May 2008 Legendary Bingo's 10th Anniversary held at Hamburger Mary's - Arrivals West Hollywood, California

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Sleeping Dogs Lie Review


OK
In rough, loose digital camerawork usually reserved for film school shorts, Melinda Page Hamilton (the nun from Desperate Housewives) stares lovingly, and curiously, at her dog as he rolls around on the floor. Then, without much warning, she proceeds to tie her hair back and perform oral sex on the dog. An act usually saved for the apogee of a John Waters film, this bit of sexual daring serves more as a touchstone in Sleeping Dogs Lie, the newest film from none other than Bob "Bobcat" Goldthwait.

Amy (Hamilton) has gone several years without talking or even acknowledging the act she performed on her dog. She's engaged to a nice, normal man named John (Bryce Johnson) and they are preparing to head to the hills of Hollywood to meet with her uptight parents. One night, while fooling around in Amy's father's car, John admits a small sexual indiscretion in the hopes of practicing full honesty in their relationship. However, when Amy admits her indiscretion to John and her junkie brother (Jack Plotnick), who is listening in, the result is not the welcoming forgiveness she was hoping for. Instead, it comes out to her parents (Geoffrey Pierson and Bonita Posehn) and their perfect perception of her gets warped, along with John's perception.

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Sleeping Dogs Lie Review


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In rough, loose digital camerawork usually reserved for film school shorts, Melinda Page Hamilton (the nun from Desperate Housewives) stares lovingly, and curiously, at her dog as he rolls around on the floor. Then, without much warning, she proceeds to tie her hair back and perform oral sex on the dog. An act usually saved for the apogee of a John Waters film, this bit of sexual daring serves more as a touchstone in Sleeping Dogs Lie, the newest film from none other than Bob "Bobcat" Goldthwait.

Amy (Hamilton) has gone several years without talking or even acknowledging the act she performed on her dog. She's engaged to a nice, normal man named John (Bryce Johnson) and they are preparing to head to the hills of Hollywood to meet with her uptight parents. One night, while fooling around in Amy's father's car, John admits a small sexual indiscretion in the hopes of practicing full honesty in their relationship. However, when Amy admits her indiscretion to John and her junkie brother (Jack Plotnick), who is listening in, the result is not the welcoming forgiveness she was hoping for. Instead, it comes out to her parents (Geoffrey Pierson and Bonita Posehn) and their perfect perception of her gets warped, along with John's perception.

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Say It Isn't So Review


Terrible
Another year, another Farrelly brothers production.

This time out, we get American Pie alum Chris Klein and the saucy Heather Graham in what is undoubtedly the crudest film we will ever see. That is, at least until Tom Green takes center stage in Freddy Got Fingered later this year.

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