Joan Copeland and Robert Klein - Antony Marsellis, Joan Copeland and Susan Charlotte New York City, USA - Opening night after party for the Off-Broadway production of 'The Shoemaker' at the Acorn Theatre. Sunday 24th July 2011
Joan Copeland, Angelica Torn and Celeste Holm - Joan Copeland, Angelica Torn and Celeste Holm New York City, USA - Opening Night of the off-Broadway play "Edge" held at The ArcLight Theatre - After Party Sunday 9th September 2007
Barely connected, the middle segment is Walken's -- cleverly titled "The Hustle" -- as he plays a gigolo working three different women, each with different needs and different issues. Walken hadn't created his signature speaking cadence yet, and it's shocking not only to hear him deliver lines in a relatively normal voice, but also with such a large pompadour. This is also Walken's first film where his masterful dancing is on display (see also 1981's Pennies from Heaven) -- and fans of "Weapon of Choice" will definitely want to check out a little vintage Walken high step here.
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Perhaps a better title would have been "Oh Brother! Bear."
Disney's latest assembly-line cartoon about an orphan hero learning generic life-affirming lessons to the bland light-rock melodies of Phil Collins, "Brother Bear" is so overloaded with musical montage sequences of Northwestern nature and lip-service touches of ancient Native American culture that there's hardly room left for character development.
Joaquin Phoenix provides the voice of Kenai, a sullen Indian teenager who is hell-bent on tracking and killing a bear he blames for his guardian big brother's death -- until he's transformed into a bear himself by the spirits, hell-bent on teaching him to grow up and not go off half-cocked.
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