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The 2014 Dinah Shore Weekend, Club Skirts "Black Party"

Jill Bennett and LAUREN NEAL - The 2014 Dinah Shore Weekend, Club Skirts "Black Party" - Palm Spings, California, United States - Saturday 5th April 2014

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JILL BENNETT and LAUREN NEAL
HAVILAND STILLWELL, Mariah Hanson Founder of Club Skirts, JILL BENNETT and LAUREN NEAL
JILL BENNETT and HAVILAND STILLWELL
JILL BENNETT, HAVILAND STILLWELL and LAUREN NEAL

The 2014 Dinah Shore Weekend, Club Skirts "White Party"

LAUREN NEAL and Jill Bennett - The 2014 Dinah Shore Weekend, Club Skirts "White Party" - Palm Spings, California, United States - Friday 4th April 2014

LAUREN NEAL and JILL BENNETT
LAUREN NEAL and JILL BENNETT
LAUREN NEAL and JILL BENNETT
LAUREN NEAL and JILL BENNETT
LAUREN NEAL and JILL BENNETT

2013 Outfest Film Festival 'Second Shot' Screening

Jon Crowley, Rosa Blasi, Amanda Christensen, Jill Bennett, Maia Madison, Minni Jo Mazzola, Matthew Scott Montgomery, Maile Flanagan, Annie Price, Dara Nai and Rebecca S. Katz - 2013 Outfest Film Festival 'Second Shot' Screening - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 17th July 2013

Jon Crowley, Rosa Blasi, Amanda Christensen, Jill Bennett, Maia Madison, Minni Jo Mazzola, Matthew Scott Montgomery, Maile Flanagan, Annie Price, Dara Nai and Rebecca S. Katz
Rosa Blasi
Rosa Blasi and Lisa Ann Walter
Rosa Blasi and Lisa Ann Walter
Rosa Blasi

2013 Outfest Opening Night Gala Of 'C.O.G.'

Jill Bennett and Lauren Esther Neal - 2013 Outfest Opening Night Gala Of 'C.O.G.' - After Party - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 12th July 2013

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Jill Bennett
Jill Bennett and Lauren Esther Neal
Jill Bennett, Lauren Esther Neal and Guests
Jill Bennett

West Hollywood Rally to Celebrate the Supreme Courts' Supreme Court Striking Down the Defense of Marriage Act and Prop 8

Jill Bennett - West Hollywood Rally to Celebrate the Supreme Courts' Supreme Court Striking Down the Defense of Marriage Act and Prop 8 - West Hollywood , California, United States - Thursday 27th June 2013

Lady Jane Review


OK
Released and immediately forgotten in 1986, Lady Jane is a fairly staid, somewhat off-center, and very long recreation of the very brief life and times of the 16-year-old Lady Jane Grey, who ruled England for nine days in 1553.

Starring Helena Bonham Carter as the little queen and Cary Elwes as her arranged husband, Jane dutifully takes us through her religious devotion, the difficulties of being married to a womanizer and drunk, their eventual coming around to love one another, Jane's rise to queen and rapid deposition, and eventually, her execution at the hands of Bloody Mary.

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For Your Eyes Only Review


Good
As unlikely an adventure as James Bond has ever taken, For Your Eyes Only is one of the better Roger Moore vehicles, thanks to a script that overflows with exotic locales and extreme adventures for our hero to undertake. Eyes features Bond's best ski sequence (from slopes to ski ramp to lodge dining table to bobsled run), one of the best underwater moments (with Bond and his lady friend tied to a boat and dragged through a coral reef), and some of the best Bond-girl skin seen to date. Carole Bouquet even proved to be one of a very few Bond girls who could act, and it's refreshing to see Bond restrain himself from Bibi (Johnson), a young figure skater oblivious to everything but athletics and sex. The "stolen encryption device heading for Moscow" plot is a throwaway, but the real standout is Bond's steeled attitude: his mind clearly renewing his "license to kill," giving us Roger Moore at his most vengeful.

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The Sheltering Sky Review


Weak
Bertolucci's grand desert epic gets stuck in the sand right at the start. Its idling husband-wife leads practically assure us of that: They're headed to Africa -- to nowhere in particular -- to while away a year or two. They aren't tourists, they're travelers. But, are Debra Winger and John Malkovich actors you'd remotely associate with such a grand adventure? Or getting lost in "sensual" overload and the pleasures of the flesh? Winger as the concubine of an Arab traveler? The plot is so strange and absurd -- all to get to the point that the desert makes you crazy -- that we're left with nothing but staring at the dusty landscapes, which, as usual, Bertolucci has quite a knack with. Still, we've seen the lovely desert many times before in the movies, and those films have much better stories attached.

For Your Eyes Only Review


Good
As unlikely an adventure as James Bond has ever taken, For Your Eyes Only is one of the better Roger Moore vehicles, thanks to a script that overflows with exotic locales and extreme adventures for our hero to undertake. Eyes features Bond's best ski sequence (from slopes to ski ramp to lodge dining table to bobsled run), one of the best underwater moments (with Bond and his lady friend tied to a boat and dragged through a coral reef), and some of the best Bond-girl skin seen to date. Carole Bouquet even proved to be one of a very few Bond girls who could act, and it's refreshing to see Bond restrain himself from Bibi (Johnson), a young figure skater oblivious to everything but athletics and sex. The "stolen encryption device heading for Moscow" plot is a throwaway, but the real standout is Bond's steeled attitude: his mind clearly renewing his "license to kill," giving us Roger Moore at his most vengeful.

Lady Jane Review


OK
Released and immediately forgotten in 1986, Lady Jane is a fairly staid, somewhat off-center, and very long recreation of the very brief life and times of the 16-year-old Lady Jane Grey, who ruled England for nine days in 1553.

Starring Helena Bonham Carter as the little queen and Cary Elwes as her arranged husband, Jane dutifully takes us through her religious devotion, the difficulties of being married to a womanizer and drunk, their eventual coming around to love one another, Jane's rise to queen and rapid deposition, and eventually, her execution at the hands of Bloody Mary.

Continue reading: Lady Jane Review

Britannia Hospital Review


Weak
It's hard to imagine a more scattered and absurd film, and Britannia Hospital must be a lot of fun if your mood has been chemically altered. Before the day is up at the kooky Britannia Hospital, there will be a mad scientist who not only creates a synthetic, talking brain but also hacks up Malcolm McDowell with a meat cleaver, there'll be protests, a labor strike, and the Queen of England will be on hand to witness it all. Crazy, and pretty much nonsense in the end. Check out The Kingdom TV series for a similar story done with more flair.
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