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Joey Fatone - Los Angeles Premiere of Syfy's 'Dead 7' at Harmony Gold Theater - Arrivals at Harmony Gold Theater - Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 1st April 2016

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John Corbett, Nia Vardalos, Joey Fatone , Gia Carides - New York premiere of 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2' at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 Theater - Arrivals - New York, United States - Tuesday 15th March 2016

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 - First Look Trailer


It’s been fourteen years since Toula Portokalos-Miller had her Big Fat Greek Wedding, but now it’s time to round up the family and do it all over again. Except this time there’s a difference.

When we join Toula and Ian again, they’re now parents to a teenage daughter who’s all set to go to college (as far away from her family as possible).

As they struggle to find the balance between being good parents and making time for each other, the couple still must deal with Toula’s ever-present, overbearing Greek family.

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Joey Fatone - Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary - Arrivals at Saturday Night Live - New York, New York, United States - Monday 16th February 2015

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Joey Fatone - A host of stars including previous cast members were snapped as they arrived to the Rockerfeller Plaza for Saturday Night Live as it celebrated it's 40th anniversary with a star studded gala in New York, United States - Sunday 15th February 2015

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Joey Fatone - Los Angeles special screening of 'John Wick' at ArcLight Hollywood at Arclight Hollywood - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Wednesday 22nd October 2014

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Rock Of Ages Cast with Joey Fatone - 7th Annual Fighters Only World Mixed Martial Arts Awards held at the Palazzo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino - Arrivals - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 30th January 2015

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Joey Fatone, Kelly Baldwin and Kloey Fatone - Shots from The Staples Center which was host to "Let's Celebrate!" presented by Disney On Ice in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 11th December 2014

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Joey Fatone, Briahna Joely Fatone and Kloey Alexandra Fatone - Stars of the new animated, adventure comedy 'The Boxtrolls' were photographed on the red carpet as they arrived at AMC Universal CityWalk for the films premiere - Universal City, California, United States - Sunday 21st September 2014

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Joey Fatone, Briahna Joely Fatone and Kloey Alexandra Fatone

The Page Twins, Ashley Lee, Joey Fatone, Nikki Giavasis and Joey Chowaiki - InstaBrand's Summer Closeout Party - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 21st September 2014

The Page Twins, Ashley Lee, Joey Fatone, Nikki Giavasis and Joey Chowaiki
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Joey Fatone, Nikki Giavasis and Joey Chowaiki

N'Sync's New Twitter Account Fuels Reunion Rumours


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N'Sync are performing tonight at the MTV Video Music Awards. A possibility of their reunion has been fuelled by their new Twitter account, one which links the pop group's singers together.

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Justin Timberlake at the 2013 BET Awards held in L.A.

The group joined the social networking site yesterday (24th August) and have already gained over 120 000 followers. The group have tweeted once writing, "mic check, mic check one.. two... is this thing on?!" 

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Video - Tia Carrere, Joey Fatone And Kym Johnson Among Stars At DWTS Live Show


The Tropicana, one of Las Vegas' most lavish resorts, played host to the recent live performance featuring the cast of last year's Dancing With The Stars. Some of those in attendance were dancers Dmitry Chaplin and Kym Johnson, Queer Eye For The Straight Guy consultant Carson Kressley, Waynes World actress Tia Carreres and red headed comedian Carrot Top.

Following on from a group photo together, the next batch of celebrities move along, with dancer Lacey Schwimmer and her former dance partner Kyle Massey taking to the red carpet concurrently. Former-N*Sync man Joey Fatone rounds up the individualist before another group video wraps things up

Joey Fatone Saturday 12th April 2008 TAO Beach official opening of their second season of service at the Venetian Hotel and Casino Las Vegas, Nevad

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On The Line Review


Weak
Here's a test I use when I review a kid friendly movie like On the Line, starring Lance Bass and Joey Fatone of the teen pop group *Nsync. If I took my young cousin to the movie, would there be something in it for me -- subtle humor, a funny supporting character, nice scenery?

On the Line does have a few little things that old folks (people who remember Cheers during its network run) can latch onto. Dave Foley, a great straight man, has a sizable role. There are lots of nice shots of Chicago. And Al Green sings a few songs.

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding Review


Excellent
It's well known that Greeks are ethnocentric. Most of their men will probably brag within the first five minutes of being introduced that they are Greek -- as if you couldn't already tell from the greased hair, thick sideburns, leather jacket, cross around the neck, shirt wide open flaunting chest hair, and oversized gold ring with the Greek key. Greek women can also be easily recognized because they usually travel in packs, so if you meet Voula, Margarita, Thalia, and Zoe in the grocery store buying lamb shanks and phyllo dough, you can pretty much bet they're Greek. With such a strong presence from a proud people, it's a rare treat when a film comes along that satirizes such a unique and passionate culture.

Chicago, which is the setting for director Joel Zwick's My Big Fat Greek Wedding, seems to be a veritable Athens in America. While most urban "Greek Towns" are a dying breed, downtown Chicago is thriving with Greek diners, clubs, and cafes. The story begins at The Dancing Zorba, a diner owned by the Portokalos family. Toula (Nia Vardalos) starts out as a depressed and portly thirty year-old that works as a hostess for her parents. Trapped at the restaurant by her stubborn Greek father (Michael Constantine), who believes that a woman's role in the world is to breed Greek children and cook, her life changes when she becomes smitten with the non-Greek Ian Miller (John Corbett). She decides that she needs to go to school, lose the tacky glasses, and put on a little makeup in order to take control of her life. With the blessing of her mother (Lainie Kazan), Toula transforms herself into an attractive and brazen woman worthy of Ian's interest. But how can she convince her family that Ian is right for her? Her father considers any non-Greek a "xenos," a foreigner, and worse, Ian is a longhaired vegetarian.

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The Cooler Review


Excellent
They say every dog has his day... but not Bernie Lootz (William H. Macy), the unluckiest man in Vegas. He always loses, no matter what the odds. For starters, his wife divorced him, both his son and his cat ran away, the plants in his apartment are all dead, and he can never sleep because the people in the apartment next to his have loud sex every night. You'd think someone with luck this bad would never step foot inside a casino...

But one day, he does. And sure enough, it costs him everything. Bernie loses all his money and can't repay his debt to the Shangri-La casino ,owned by his friend Shelly (Alec Baldwin). Instead of killing Bernie, Shelly takes a baseball bat to his knee and forces him to work at the casino until his debt is repaid. What good does Bernie do at the casino? Well, Bernie's bad luck is contagious. With his mere presence at a poker table, he immediately turns winners into losers. "I do it by being myself," he explains. "People get next to me and their luck turns." (Shades of Intacto.)

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On The Line Review


Bad

There's almost no point in reviewing a movie like "On the Line" because its target audience -- N'Sync fans dizzy to see oh-so-dreamy Lance Bass play a lovelorn shy guy -- isn't likely to care how clumsy, lifeless and cliché-driven it is. They're probably not interested in Lance's acting ability, and they certainly don't care what somebody who isn't a 14-year-old girl has to say about said acting ability.

Apparently, director Eric Bross didn't care about lifelessness, clichés or Bass's Hallmark card-thin talents either, because this movie is on autopilot. An uninspired, lowest common denominator romance about a sheepish ad agency grunt (Bass) searching Chicago for a beautiful girl he clicked with during a commute on the El train, the film is one long "missed connections" personal ad come to life.

Bass plasters the city with flyers reading "Are you her?" and fields so many phone calls from lonely women that his posse of pals from central casting (the slob, the snob and the pervert) start scamming the rejects for dates. Implausibly, a newspaper runs a series of stories about this quest, which is more pathetic than it is romantic. Inexplicably, the female population of the windy city becomes enamoured with Bass through this story, and the girls in his office all start cooing at him when he walks in every morning. (All except that one tough-as-nails career gal who steals his idea for a Reebok campaign in a story-padding subplot.)

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding Review


Good

Sometimes a movie's success stems more from spirit, charm and perseverance than from any originality or artistry involved in its creation. The unabashedly confectionery ethnic comedy-romance "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is a shining example of just that phenomenon.

Of the same feel-good disposition as the Aussie sleeper hit "Strictly Ballroom," it's a low-budget, ugly duckling fairytale that is predictable and brimming with clichés -- but so earnest, funny and joyful that it's a complete delight all the same.

Adapted by Nia Vardalos from her own one-woman stage show, the movie also features Vardalos in the starring role as 30-ish Toula Portokalos, a frumpy, lovelorn waitress in her father's Greek restaurant. A shy girl who's fed up with her huge family's amusingly, exasperatingly intrusive hounding about finding a husband, she seeks self-empowerment by enrolling in community college computer classes, getting a make-over and taking new job at a relative's travel agency. In the process Toula discovers her assertive, flirtatious side -- just in time to meet Mr. Right.

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The Cooler Review


Good

Although the incomparable character actor William H. Macy is versatile enough to be as brilliant playing a fast-talking race track announcer in "Seabiscuit" as he is playing an ego-inflated ratings expert on the short-lived sitcom "Sports Night" or a goofball superhero in "Mystery Men," he's best known for bringing depth and bittersweet irony to sad sacks and milksops.

With his roles in "Fargo," "Boogie Nights," "Magnolia" and "Panic," among other films, Macy has always made a lasting impression, but the actor has recently said he's done with good-hearted losers, and if that's the case, he's sure going out on a virtuoso high note with "The Cooler."

Yes, nobody plays a rube as well as William H. Macy, and Bernie Lootz is a rube of epic proportions -- a guy with such an aura of ill fortune that he makes his living at a declining Las Vegas casino, bringing bad luck to hot-streak gamblers. The film's amusing and energizing opening is a tracking shot that follows Bernie simply walking through a forest of slot machines and a cluster of craps, cards and roulette tables as everybody in his wake -- everybody -- starts losing, and losing big.

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Joey Fatone

Date of birth

28th January, 1977

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Sex

Male

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Joey Fatone Movies

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 - First Look Trailer

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 - First Look Trailer

It’s been fourteen years since Toula Portokalos-Miller had her Big Fat Greek Wedding, but now...

On the Line Movie Review

On the Line Movie Review

Here's a test I use when I review a kid friendly movie like On the...

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding Movie Review

My Big Fat Greek Wedding Movie Review

It's well known that Greeks are ethnocentric. Most of their men will probably brag...

The Cooler Movie Review

The Cooler Movie Review

They say every dog has his day... but not Bernie Lootz (William H. Macy), the...

On The Line Movie Review

On The Line Movie Review

There's almost no point in reviewing a movie like "On the Line" because its target...

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding Movie Review

My Big Fat Greek Wedding Movie Review

Sometimes a movie's success stems more from spirit, charm and perseverance than from any originality...

The Cooler Movie Review

The Cooler Movie Review

Although the incomparable character actor William H. Macy is versatile enough to be as brilliant...

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