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Closing Of The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival - 25th Anniversary Of 'Goodfellas'

Bo Dietl - A variety of stars were snapped as they arrived for the Closing of The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival and to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of 'Goodfellas' in Manhattan, New York, United States - Saturday 25th April 2015

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Gabriele Corcos and Debi Mazar
Chuck Low
Mike Starr
Paul Sorvino

Video - Katie Holmes Is Joined By The Real 'Eternal Princess' At 2015 Tribeca Screening

The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in New York brought Katie Holmes to the screening of her directorial debut 'Eternal Princess'; a short documentary about Romanian Olympian Nadia Comaneci who became the first female gymnast to be awarded a full score out of ten in 1976.

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IWC Schaffhausen Third Annual 'For The Love Of Cinema' Dinner

Jane Rosenthal - IWC Schaffhausen third annual 'For the Love of Cinema' dinner during Tribeca Film Festival at Spring Studios at Tribeca Film Festival - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 16th April 2015

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Jane Rosenthal and George Kern

Opening Night Of The Tribeca Film Festival

Jane Rosenthal - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived for the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival world premiere of 'Live From New York' which was held at The Beacon Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 15th April 2015

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Isabella Hatkoff and Jane Rosenthal
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Montblanc And Tribeca Film Institute Host 'Power Of Words'

Jane Rosenthal - Montblanc and Tribeca Film Institute host 'Power of Words' NYC film premiere in tribute to Nelson Mandela in New York City - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 5th December 2014

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New York Premiere Of 'Nas: Time Is Illmatic'

Tamron Hall - A number of celebrities turned out in style for the New York Premiere of documentary film 'Nas: Time Is Illmatic' in New York City, United States - Tuesday 30th September 2014

Video - Mike Tyson And Evander Holyfield Pose Together At The Tribeca Premiere Of 'Champs'

Retired heavyweight boxers Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson greet each other on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of the boxing documentary 'Champs'. The pair are most famous for their vicious 1997 'Bite Fight' which saw Tyson bite off a chunk of Holyfield's ear.

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MSG Company Buys 50% Of De Niro's Tribeca Film Festival For $22.5 Million

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The Madison Square Company has purchased a 50 per cent stage in Tribeca Enterprises - owners of the film festival co-founded by Robert De Niro in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks - for $22.5 million.

Robert De NiroRobert De Niro Co-Founded the Tribeca Film Festival in 2003

According to Business Week, the investment valued Tribeca at $45.5 million and MSG will have the opportunity to gain a majority ownership over time.

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Video - Flashing Cameras Seem Too Much For Keanu Reeves At Side By Side Premiere

'The Matrix' actor Keanu Reeves chats to a couple as he arrives at New York City's Museum of Modern Art for the premiere of documentary 'Side By Side' which he co-produced. He goes to pose for press photos and turns his back on the photographers as if to suggest that the flashing cameras were hurting his eyes. Film producer Jane Rosenthal soon joins him for joint snaps and he later poses alongside 'Side By Side' director Christopher Kenneally.

The documentary based on film creation will be Reeves' first credited role as a producer having become a widely successful Hollywood star over his long and prolific acting career. He is also set to try his hand at directing with the upcoming action movie 'Man of Tai Chi' set for release next year

Little Fockers Review

While this second sequel to Meet the Parents features the same comedy of embarrassment and vulgarity as its predecessors, it also takes a strange sideways step into machismo that leaves it feeling rather joyless.

As their twins (Daisy Tahan and Colin Baiocchi) are about to turn 5, Greg and Pam Focker (Stiller and Polo) are planning a big birthday party involving both of their sets of parents. While Pam's intense dad Jack (De Niro) is pressuring Greg to be a family leader, her mom (Danner) tries to keep the peace.

Meanwhile, Greg's parents (Streisand and Hoffman) are on separate quests of their own. But it's Pam's ex Kevin (Wilson) who really stirs things up. As does a drug rep (Alba) who gets a bit too close to Greg.

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What Just Happened Review

In Hollywood, hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars can hinge upon a leading man's decision to shave. Just look at Bruce Willis. Not in real life... but in What Just Happened, where Willis appears as himself. In the film, he's been cast in a big movie, but he's put on a few pounds since his last picture, and has decided to grow a shaggy beard.

This doesn't settle well with the studio that's paying $20 million for a man with sex-appeal; they don't want someone who resembles Santa Claus. If Willis doesn't shave and drop some weight, the studio will pull the plug on the movie and sue for damages. But Willis has been growing the beard for six months and wants to make an artistic statement. He's not going to be picking up a can of shaving cream anytime soon.

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Flawless Review

Oh. My. God. Who came up with the idea for this piece of junk? Robert De Niro as a bigoted, half-paralyzed stroke victim who takes speech & singing lessons from cross-dressing Philip Seymour Hoffman? Of course they're going to learn to love one another, if only they can get through the inane subplots involving gangsters and a gay beauty pageant. De Niro has never been worse. Hoffman has never looked scarier. It would be hard to imagine a worse-written or -directed movie. One of the absolute worst films of 1999, and that's being generous.

Analyze That Review

Analyze This was a very successful 1999 comedy starring Robert De Niro as a mob boss on the verge of a nervous breakdown and Billy Crystal as his unwilling shrink. The movie pulled off a few laughs, most notably by demonstrating De Niro's ability to turn his tough-guy movie persona on its head. Analyze That is a superfluous sequel representing little more than an opportunity to cash in on that prior success.

The new movie picks up with legendary Mob boss Paul Vitti (De Niro) nearing the end of his term in Sing Sing and Dr. Ben Sobol (Billy Crystal) dealing with the recent death of his legendary father. After a series of attempts on his life, Vitti puts on a semi-catatonic act to avoid the general prison population and save his own life. The FBI, baffled by this turn of events, brings in Sobol, his former psychiatrist, to consult on the case, ultimately releasing Vitti into Sobol's custody. Thus, the reluctant doctor is forced to once again try to mend Vitti's fractured psyche, in addition to housing him and finding him an honest job. Needless to say, this wreaks havoc with the poor doctor's already troubled personal life.

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Stage Beauty Review

Hey guys -- ever wake up in the morning and forget what it's like to be a man? Do you forget how it feels when testosterone surges through your veins? Do you forget the pleasures of sleeping with women? Me neither. But if you looked like a woman, sounded like a woman, and acted like a woman night after night, week after week, month after month, year after year, you might start getting the whole gender thing jumbled.

Edward "Ned" Kynaston (Billy Crudup) encounters that vary problem. Ned is an actor living in the 1660s when women were forbidden to appear on stage. Because women couldn't act, men held the honor of playing women. Thus, Ned is England's most celebrated leading lady, profiting handsomely from his femininity. Currently, he's Desdemona in the Betterton Theatre production of Othello. His career couldn't be better. His co-stars envy him. Audiences adore him. But when King Charles II (Rupert Everett) grows tired of the same old stage routines, Ned gets the surprise of his life.

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Wag The Dog Review

Another year-end flick with another four-star rating? What, am I nuts, or just some corporate tool shilling for would-be Oscar contenders?

Never mind that I am saving up all my real praise for Spice World next week... I'll try to lay it on again for Wag the Dog. It's a great little premise: what would happen if you tried to produce a phony war as a diversion away from a lecherous President's leisure time? A lot of wacky hijinks, from the looks of it! With everything from a "We Are the World" parody to a memorial for a P.O.W., Wag the Dog is really just a send-up of America's fascination with war from WWII through the Gulf War, where combat truly became a ridiculous exercise in soundbites and TV footage.

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