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Hallmark Channel Summer TCA 2015 Party

James Denton - Hallmark Channel Summer TCA 2015 Party - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 29th July 2015

Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Summer Press Tour

James Denton - Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Summer Press Tour - Arrivals at Private Residence - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 29th July 2015

James Denton
James Denton
James Denton
James Denton

Hallmark TCA Winter 2015 Party

Bailee Madison, Catherine Bell and James Denton - Hallmark TCA Winter 2015 Party at Tournament House - Pasadena, California, United States - Friday 9th January 2015

Bailee Madison, Catherine Bell and James Denton

4th Annual American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards

James Denton - The Beverly Hilton Hotel was the venue for the 4th Annual American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards which saw a variety of stars attend in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 27th September 2014

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James Denton

22nd Annual Movieguide Awards Gala_Press Room

James Denton and Ali Landry - 22nd Annual Movieguide Awards Gala_Press Room At Universal Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 8th February 2014

James Denton and Ali Landry
James Denton and Ali Landry
James Denton
James Denton and Ali Landry
James Denton and Ali Landry

'Grace Unplugged': A Heart-Warming Christian Movie About The Perils Of Fame Vs. Faith [Trailer + Pictures]


AJ Michalka James Denton Michael Welch

Grace Trey is a young singer songwriter who plays alongside her father in a Christian church band but aspires to greater things, dreaming of one day scoring a Billboard chart hit. As tensions rise between Grace and her father over creative differences, the young star seizes her chance to break away to bigger and better things, running away to Los Angeles.

Grace Unplugged Promo
Aly Michalka & James Denton Star As Father & Daughter.

In LA, Grace's father's former manager, Mossy, helps the aspiring singer land a record deal and she begins to rise to fame; her talents finally appreciated by the world. However, as Grace's popularity grows, the shallow side of LA begins to set up her in an unpleasant way: from her manager, to her make-up artist to the TV star who begins to take an interest in her. It soon emerges that the bright lights of tinsel town aren't all they're cracked up to be.

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Grace Unplugged Trailer


Grace Trey is a young singer/songwriter desperate to follow in her musician father's footsteps and gain attention with a Billboard hit. Her career so far has been singing alongside him in a Christian band at her local church but as tensions rise between the two of them over their artistic differences, Grace makes the big decision to run away to Los Angeles as her father's former manager Mossy agrees to help her land a record deal. However, life on the way to stardom is not all the glamour and fun that she thought it would be. She soon begins to realise the shallowness in everybody around her, from her make-up artist to the young male TV star who has suddenly taken an interest in her. As she starts to move further and further away from her faith and her father handles her disappearance badly, the only solace she finds is in an intern named Quentin who tries to remind her of the important things she's left behind.

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Face/off Review


Excellent
It's hard to remember the whooshing sighs of disappointment from his fans that greeted John Woo in 1996 when, after so many half-steps and mis-starts, he made his big Hollywood debut with the stolen-nuke thriller Broken Arrow. Having left the Hong Kong business on a high with 1992's psychotic near-parody Hard Boiled, Woo did a Jean-Claude Van Damme flick -- 1993's Hard Target, which was heavily botched by studio interference but still contained some brilliant work -- before deciding to go seriously Hollywood. For Broken Arrow, he toned down his trademark mix of ultra-violent flourishes and teary-eyed humanism to concentrate on doing a by-the-book mid-'90s action flick that was generic in the extreme but raked in the money. The next year, though, Woo proved it had all just been an extraordinarily canny maneuver to allow him to make Face/Off, possibly the greatest, and definitely the most exuberant, action film to come out of the studio system in that decade.

A schizoid doppelganger mind-bender wrapped around your standard ticking-bomb scenario (it's hidden somewhere in Los Angeles and could take out the whole basin if detonated -- or something), Face/Off is an utterly lunatic film in the best possible way. Originally a futuristic thriller, the script was retooled for a modern-day setting, keeping several of its sci-fi elements but focusing more intently on its personality-shifting aspects which seemed to come straight out of Woo's international breakthrough, The Killer. An FBI agent, Sean Archer (John Travolta) has been hunting jet-set super-criminal Castor Troy (Nicolas Cage) for years. For Archer, it's gone beyond personal to haunted obsession, particularly after Troy tried to shoot Archer but missed and killed his son instead. After a gonzo opening sequence involving a Humvee/private jet showdown on a runway and about ten thousand expended rounds (mostly fired by people flying sideways in slo-mo, of course), Archer's team brings down Troy.

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