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Jennifer Carpenter, Julie Benz, Michael C. Hall, Yvonne Strahovski, Jaime Murray and Aimee Garcia - Showtimes' celebration of eight groundbreaking seasons of "Dexter" at Milk Studios - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Sunday 16th June 2013

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Jennifer Carpenter - BTJA 3rd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Monday 10th June 2013

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Jennifer Carpenter Wednesday 5th December 2012 The Hollywood Reporter "Women In Entertainment Breakfast" held at The Beverly Hills Hotel

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Video - Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Carpenter And Maggie Grace Arrive At NY 'Killing Them Softly' Premiere - Part 2


The New York 'Killing Them Softly' premiere was Hollywood star central with numerous movie stars taking to the red carpet including 'Star Trek' star Patrick Stewart with his partner Sunny Ozell, 'Dexter' star Jennifer Carpenter, Maggie Grace from 'Taken', 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' actress Taraji P. Henson and one of the premiering movie's stars Scoot McNairy.

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Jennifer Carpenter Thursday 23rd February 2012 QVC presents The Buzz red carpet cocktail party held at The Four Seasons Hotel - Arrivals

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Jennifer Carpenter Monday 21st February 2011 The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Gone' at ArcLight Hollywood - Arrivals

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Jennifer Carpenter and Screen Actors Guild - Jennifer Carpenter, Sunday 29th January 2012 at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG Awards) held at The Shrine Auditorium - Red Carpet

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Jennifer Carpenter Monday 28th November 2011 IFP's 21st Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards - Inside New York City, USA

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Jennifer Carpenter Monday 28th November 2011 Gotham Awards 2011 - Arrivals New York City, USA

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Faster Review


Very Good
With a comically masculine vibe, this grisly rampage of revenge is inventive enough to hold our interest. Although even a tiny flicker of knowing dry humour would have made it a lot more entertaining.

After his release from prison, a driver (Johnson) is reunited with his beloved muscle-car and immediately puts a bullet in a man's head, which is only the beginning of his vengeance after being set up and left for dead. The police (Thornton and Gugino) are on his trail, as is a hot-blooded killer (Jackson-Cohen) who's distracted by his gun-happy girlfriend (Grace). But the driver is moving so fast that he doesn't need to hide. He's also brazenly unswerving in his mission to settle this old score.

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The last bank robbery Driver committed left him with a heavy prison sentence and the loss of his brothers life, now ten years on since the incident, Driver has been released from prison and seeks to hunt down the people who double crossed him and his brother.

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Jennifer Carpenter, and Jennifer Carpenter - Sunday 29th August 2010 at Emmy Awards 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards (The Emmys) held at the Nokia Theatre - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

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Jennifer Carpenter and Entertainment Weekly Thursday 17th September 2009 2009 Entertainment Weekly & Women In Film pre-Emmy party presented by Maybelline Colorsensational Los Angeles, California

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Quarantine Review


Good
With innovation such a scarce commodity, Hollywood should really stop remaking foreign films. Aside from their almost universal track record for underachieving, there is something so basic about experiencing a movie in its native tongue that no translation (or poorly scripted dubbing) can match. This past August, the sensational Spanish thriller [REC] -- as in the "record" button on a video camera -- caused an uproar in New Zealand when one beleaguered audience member soiled themselves during a screening. Naturally, Tinseltown already had its version -- relabeled Quarantine -- ready to jump on such publicity. As found footage/first person POV style shockers go, it's pretty good. You can leave your adult diapers at home, however.

Viewed through the lens of her accompanying cameraman Scott (Steve Harris), reporter Angela Vidal (Jennifer Carpenter) prepares for a night following the exploits of an LA fire company. Quickly introduced to Jake (Jay Hernandez) and George (Johnathon Schaech), she learns that the hook and ladder life isn't always emergencies and heroism. When a call comes from the tenants of a rundown apartment building, the guys treat it as routine. But Angela and Scott soon uncover something horrifying -- people in the complex appear infected with a kind of super rabies. And the city, state, and national governments are closing off the building, locking everyone -- the sick and the healthy -- within. While trying to get out, our news crew discovers an even more shocking truth. The ill have gone insane and are attacking and killing the living.

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White Chicks Review


Terrible
No one does sick bathroom slapstick better than the Wayans brothers - their work on Scary Movie and Scary Movie 2 proves that. They curiously didn't return for the third movie in that franchise. Maybe they realized (or someone did for them) that their brand of humor had run its useful course and it was time to move on. White Chicks is the product of their departure. Unfortunately, it's far from original, or entertaining - in fact, it takes the Wayans' brand of gross-out humor to a whole new low.

Two FBI agents, Marcus (Marlon Wayans) and Kevin Copeland (Shawn Wayans) have a knack for screwing up their assignments. Their supervisor (Frankie Faison) is pissed, and the pair have become the joke of the department. After blowing their cover on their last assignment, Marcus and Kevin are given "one final" opportunity to prove themselves. They're assigned to escort high profile, cruise ship heiresses Brittany and Tiffany Wilson (think Paris and Nicky Hilton) to a party in the Hamptons without getting kidnapped. I guess shipboard credits and shore excursions are hot commodities for East Coast socialites.

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The Exorcism Of Emily Rose Review


Good
For the record, I'm suspicious of any film that claims to be based on "true events." The opening credits for The Exorcism of Emily Rose tell us that it is based on the true story of a priest accused of negligent homicide resulting from an exorcism gone bad. Really, unless you lived it yourself, how do you actually know what happened? So many made-for-entertainment movies are guilty of stretching reality so thin that it's difficult to trust the "truth" that is told to us. Some subjects are just better told as documentaries.

And Rose is one of those films. That's not to say that Rose is not entertaining in its current form -- it is. I'm giving it a marginal recommendation. But knowing that it is based on the events surrounding the Catholic Church's recognition of demonic possession, the way that the film unfolds does not give the story enough due justice. Instead of the model of reality that it's credentials claim it to be, Rose plays out like an overly calculated episode of Law and Order.

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The Exorcism Of Emily Rose Review


OK

Part spine-tingling horror movie, part unorthodox courtroom drama, "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" maintains a surprisingly deft balance between the two parts of its plot, but still runs into trouble because it's ironically more credible as the former than the latter.

Inspired by the real trial of a priest (Tom Wilkinson) charged with negligent homicide for an exorcism gone wrong, co-writer and director Scott Derrickson provides the film with flashbacks to the alleged possession of a naive Catholic college student (newcomer Jennifer Carpenter) that are far more down-to-earth than any effects-driven exorcism chiller -- and therefore more disturbing as well.

Carpenter's ability to contort her face and body into seemingly broken forms is spooky enough all on its own, but add her over-dilated eyes, her bug-eating, her self-mutilation, her demonic speaking-in-tongues and the decaying faces with scooped-out eyes she sees all around her, and Emily Rose makes "The Exorcist's" Regan MacNeil look like a carnival ride.

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White Chicks Review


Unbearable

Marlon and Shawn Wayans of "Scary Movie" fame underwent hours of makeup each day to play the title characters in the gimmick comedy "White Chicks," but little good it did them. Their layers-of-latex Caucasian drag isn't any more realistic than the rubber mask worn by Michael Myers in the "Halloween" movies -- only tighter, as if their faces had been shrink-wrapped.

The two star as idiot FBI-agent brothers who keep trying to make busts without backup and botching the cases badly. Assigned to babysit two dingbat blonde heiresses -- half-hearted "Omigod!" spoofs of Paris and Nicky Hilton -- because of a kidnapping threat, Marlon and Shawn manage to screw that up too, by going undercover as the girls instead.

Giggling in Valley-gal falsettos and wobbling around the Hamptons in high heels and tight, tacky pink outfits (where, of course, everyone inexplicably mistakes them for the real heiresses), they furiously mug through every off-the-shelf cross-dressing gag known to Hollywood and supposedly "really learning something" about women in the process.

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Faster Movie Review

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Quarantine Trailer

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