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Jay Mohr - 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards at Wynn Las Vegas - Arrivals at Wynn Las Vegas - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 5th December 2014

Monster Hits Deserve Monster Trailers, Honored At The 2014 Golden Trailer Awards

Tags: Adam Driver - Neil Burger - Jay Mohr

So Gravity was cool. You know it was cool, even if you haven’t seen it because even the trailer was cool – so cool, in fact, that the trailer itself has now won an award. Alfonso Cuaron’s visual masterpiece won four awards in total, including the top honour – the Best of Show – as well as the Best Drama Poster and thriller TV spot.

Check out the aforementioned Gravity trailer below.

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Picture - Jay Mohr - 2013 Nascar... Las Vegas Nevada United States, Saturday 7th December 2013

Jay Mohr - 2013 Nascar Sprint Cup Series Awards at Wynn Las Vegas - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 7th December 2013

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Jay Mohr - Celebrities attend the Los Angeles Dodgers game against the New York Mets - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 12th August 2013

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Review

While not the laugh riot it could have been, this comedy consistently amuses us with its pastiche characters and silly gags. It threatens to get bogged down in sentiment at a few points along the way, but manages to veer back into something witty just in time. And while none of the characters are quite as classic as Anchorman's Ron Burgundy, it's an entertaining addition to the affectionate-spoof genre, which includes Blades of Glory and Talladega Nights.

The events take place in the sequin-filled world of Las Vegas magicians, where childhood pals Burt and Anton (Carell and Buscemi) have packed out their theatre for 10 years. But their new assistant Jane (Wilde) is surprised to see that it's now performance by numbers for them, and they can barely stand the sight of each other. Meanwhile, the egomaniac Burt won't consider freshening the act even when faced with competition from attention-seeking street magician Steve (Carrey), who's stealing their audience. But the hotel owner (Gandolfini) urges them to try a big stunt themselves. Or maybe they should return to their roots with their old-school mentor Rance (Arkin).

Carell creates a remarkably believable idiot in Burt Wonderstone, an arrogant womaniser who clearly needs to be brought down a peg or two. What's impressive is how likeable he is, even opposite Buscemi's more sympathetic (but less interesting) Anton. Arkin delivers his usual dryly hilarious supporting turn, while Wilde and Gandolfini do little more than play gently with their usual images. By contrast, Carrey's performance is much more broadly comical. He's funny but far too clownish to ever be taken as a serious threat.

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The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

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Jay Mohr and Paul Reiser - Jay Mohr, Wendy Liebman, Paul Reiser and Alonzo Bodden Saturday 16th June 2012 weSPARK's 12th Anniversary event held at The Saban Theatre

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