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Women in Film Crystal and Lucy Awards 2015

JoBeth Williams - Women in Film Crystal and Lucy Awards 2015 - Arrivals at Century Plaza Hotel - Century City, California, United States - Tuesday 16th June 2015

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L.A. Theatre Works 40th Anniversary Gala

JoBeth Williams - L.A. Theatre Works 40th Anniversary Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel at The Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 26th March 2015

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21st Annual SAG Awards - Arrivals

JoBeth Williams - 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals at Shrine Auditorium, Screen Actors Guild - Los Angeles, United States - Sunday 25th January 2015

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21st Annual SAG Awards

JoBeth Williams and Cyd Wilson - A host of stars were photographed on the red carpet as they arrived at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards which were held at the Shrine auditorium in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 25th January 2015

JoBeth Williams and Cyd Wilson
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2015 SAG Behind The Scenes

Kathy Connell, JoBeth Williams and Eduard van der Geest - 2015 SAG Behind The Scenes at Shriner Exposition Center - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 23rd January 2015

Kathy Connell, Eduard van der Geest, Sufe Bradshaw and JoBeth Williams
Kathy Connell, Eduard van der Geest, Sufe Bradshaw and JoBeth Williams
Kathy Connell, Eduard van der Geest, Sufe Bradshaw and JoBeth Williams
Kathy Connell, Eduard van der Geest, Sufe Bradshaw and JoBeth Williams
Kathy Connell, JoBeth Williams and Eduard van der Geest

The Big Year Review


Weak
Even though it's rather corny and sentimental, this colourful comedy-drama holds our interest mainly because it's about a subject we'd never imagine watching a film about.

Brad (Black) is a birdwatcher who decides to do a Big Year, seeing as many birds as possible in 12 months, while holding down a full-time job and borrowing against his credit cards. Jetting around the country for rare spottings, he comes up against his record-holding nemesis Kenny (Wilson) as well as Stu (Martin), a corporate big-wig who has taken a year off work to follow his dream. But will their obsession with birding cause problems in their private lives?

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Fever Pitch (2005) Review


Good
You'll have to forgive my small bias for this Farrelly Brothers boy-meets-girl-but-loves-baseball-team charmer. As an 18-year resident of Boston, the movie's ever-present backdrop, I hooked onto this breezy romantic comedy like an eager fish.

It's not like I'm devoted to our beloved Red Sox as obsessively as Ben Wrightman (Jimmy Fallon, in all his awkward glory). When Ben, a high-energy math teacher meets Lindsey, Drew Barrymore's on-the-rise executive, it's wintertime and Ben is, well, different. Because each April, Ben's only love is 26 guys, a ballpark, and a dream... the world of the Boston Red Sox.

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Raw Heat Review


Terrible
Somewhere between Remington Steele and James Bond, Pierce Brosnan had a little lull in his career... that is, if you can call eight years a lull. Made in the dead center of that lost decade, Brosnan turns in a lifeless, blood-drained performance in Raw Heat, a tepid psychological thriller that feels borrowed from such films as Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct, and Color of Night -- the worst parts of each.

Stop me if you've heard this one before: Female psychiatrist (JoBeth Williams) finds herself falling for a tall, dark stranger (Brosnan), only one of her crazy patients (Virginia Madsen) claims that stranger is actually a madman! Do you believe the rich, sexy widower or the nutcase who keeps showing up when fires are started and blood is thrown all over your kitchen.

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The Big Chill Review


Excellent
Fear The Big Chill backlash. Now that knocking off the classic has become popular, with ensemble, one-house comedies being churned out faster than sequels to American Kickboxer, it's easy to forget the film that started it all. That would be a mistake. While the story doesn't carry as much grit as it did in 1983 -- surrogate pregnancy and drug use being the hot topics here -- it's still a lot of fun and it's the best example of The Ensemble as star that you'll find in American cinema. Still, if I hear "Joy to the World" one more time, I just might kill somebody...

Poltergeist Review


Excellent
History has recalled Poltergeist as a Steven Spielberg film, as most viewers don't remember that Tobe Hooper, famed director of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, was behind the camera. (Spielberg wrote and produced.) Hooper's skill with gore combined with Spielberg's ability to sanitize anything into family-friendliness makes Poltergeist a smash horror hit -- and it's rated PG. (Barely, it was a hard-fought PG.) Pardon the cliche, but the story does for TV what Psycho did for showers. Carol Anne (Heather O'Rourke) says "They're here..." and with those two words, let the haunting begin, as a ghost/demon/Indian spirit abducts Carol Anne into some vague ethereal plane, and mom (JoBeth Williams) and dad (Craig T. Nelson) do anything to get her back, via scientists and mediums alike. As scary as the film was in 1982, I found it 10 times more horrifying today... now that I have a three year-old whose voice is uncannily similar to O'Rourke's.

Searching for Debra Winger Review


OK
It's either sad or interesting or -- something -- when the only man in a movie is Roger Ebert. Rosanna Arquette, tired of hearing that old aphorism that there are no good parts for women in Hollywood, takes up a video camera and records interviews with some three dozen actresses at various ages. (The title invokes Debra Winger's recent retirement and reclusiveness -- though since this film she returned to the cinema.)

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