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Joey Lawrence - Premiere Of "FX's "American Crime Story - The People V. O.J. Simpson" at Westwood Village Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 27th January 2016

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Joey Lawrence - Celebrities attend the premiere of 'FX's 'American Crime Story - The People V. O.J. Simpson' at Westwood Village Theatre. at Westwood Village Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 27th January 2016

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Joey Lawrence - Joey Lawrence withdraws some cash at an ATM in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 23rd March 2015

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Joey Lawrence - Joey Lawrence out and about running errands carrying a large unmarked plastic container of liquid - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 17th March 2015

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Taylor Spreitler and Joseph Lawrence - A variety of stars were photographed as they took to the red carpet for the 41st Annual People's Choice Awards which were held at the Nokia Theatre LA Live in Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 7th January 2015

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Video - Joey Lawrence: Cooking Is 'Sexy'


Actor and R'n'B singer Joey Lawrence talks to photographers about cooking as he gets into his car parked in Beverly Hills. He describes cooking as 'sexy' on being asked if he thought more men should cook.

Joey is best known for starring in the TV series 'Melissa and Joey' alongside Melissa Joan Hart as well as 'Blossom' and 'Gimme A Break!'. He is to star in romantic comedy 'Hit List' which is to be released in November 2012. Joey has so far released two studio albums in the nineties: 'Joey Lawrence' and 'Soulmates'

Oliver & Company Review


OK
Disney's animated version of Dickens' Oliver Twist, Oliver & Company, is a true oddity in the Disney canon. For starters, the animation style is completely different from anything else in its repertoire. Obviously inspired by Ralph Bakshi (of Felix the Cat fame), the movie features garish perspectives, serious abuse of zoom (in almost every scene), and an attempt at urban grittiness which Walt Disney never knew in his entire life.

And yet here it is, Oliver & Company, wherein an orphaned kitten falls in with a crowd of dogs-cum-hustlers, only to end up adopted into a rich girl's house. A kidnappng and rescue plot (pushing the boundaries of the G rating) ensues -- ironically, it's the best part of the movie.

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Rest Stop Review


OK
The latter-day resurgence of the splatter movie -- Hostel, remakes of The Hills Have Eyes and Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and countless others -- appears to have no intention of slowing down any time soon. It's going so strong, in fact, that a new production company called Raw Feed has been formed to make nothing but splatter flicks. Rest Stop is its first production, and genre fans will probably find it an average entry into the format.

We begin with a familiar scene: A young couple traveling through the country where there's no cell phone service. They pull over at a highway rest stop for our heroine Nicole (Jaimie Alexander) to use the bathroom. When she comes out, her boyfriend has vanished, and she's very quickly in deep trouble, as she soon susses out that a serial killer is using this particular rest stop as his stomping grounds. She's next.

Continue reading: Rest Stop Review

Rest Stop Review


OK
The latter-day resurgence of the splatter movie -- Hostel, remakes of The Hills Have Eyes and Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and countless others -- appears to have no intention of slowing down any time soon. It's going so strong, in fact, that a new production company called Raw Feed has been formed to make nothing but splatter flicks. Rest Stop is its first production, and genre fans will probably find it an average entry into the format.

We begin with a familiar scene: A young couple traveling through the country where there's no cell phone service. They pull over at a highway rest stop for our heroine Nicole (Jaimie Alexander) to use the bathroom. When she comes out, her boyfriend has vanished, and she's very quickly in deep trouble, as she soon susses out that a serial killer is using this particular rest stop as his stomping grounds. She's next.

Continue reading: Rest Stop Review

Pulse (1988) Review


Good
Here's a silly thriller about killer electricity that's not even rated R! However, every time it comes on Cinemax, I can't help but watch -- espeically the shower scene, with Hart being maimed by a furnace gone haywire. You know, by the homicidal electrical system which is possessed with the notion of killing everyone in the house. The movie even has a "crazy old man" character who shows up to spout ominous warnings! I love it. Sort of. Electricity is so bad!

Urban Legends: Final Cut Review


Bad
Words I thought I'd never write: the sequel to Urban Legend lacks the grace, wit, and power of the original.

Put the gun to my head, pull the trigger, and put me out of my misery. Better yet, put the horror genre out of its misery. When you've finished watching Urban Legends: Final Cut, you'll share my same grim point of view thanks to the horrible acting, terrible script, and ridiculous directing which has become all too common today.

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Tequila Body Shots Review


Bad
A more misleading film title you aren't likely to find at your local video store. Tequila Body Shots is sadly not a Porky's-style romp with half-naked coeds and horny guys. Instead. It's a shockingly bad mystery/thriller with a few cold fish starlets and Joey Lawrence.

In the film, our hero Joey and his two film school pals decide to head to Mexico, where they've been invited to a Halloween party by an unknown person named Hector. Of course, they go, and along the way, they meet some lovely California girls, are cured of food poisoning by a witch doctor, and Joey (as "Johnny Orpheus") is given a potion that allows him to read women's minds. And this Hector fellow begins to appear to Joey and others in visions -- and he's one bad dude, maybe the devil himself!

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Pulse Review


Good
Silly thriller about killer electricity that's not even rated R! However, every time it comes on Cinemax, I can't help but watch -- espeically the shower scene, with Hart being maimed by a furnace gone haywire. Even has a "crazy old man" character! I love it. Sort of.

Oliver & Company Review


OK
Disney's animated version of Dickens' Oliver Twist, Oliver & Company, is a true oddity in the Disney canon. For starters, the animation style is completely different from anything else in its repertoire. Obviously inspired by Ralph Bakshi (of Felix the Cat fame), the movie features garish perspectives, serious abuse of zoom (in almost every scene), and an attempt at urban grittiness which Walt Disney never knew in his entire life.

And yet here it is, Oliver & Company, wherein an orphaned kitten falls in with a crowd of dogs-cum-hustlers, only to end up adopted into a rich girl's house. A kidnappng and rescue plot (pushing the boundaries of the G rating) ensues -- ironically, it's the best part of the movie.

Continue reading: Oliver & Company Review

Urban Legends: The Final Cut Review


Zero

As wretched as any Ed Wood bomb, and without the camp factor to make it train-wreck entertaining, "Urban Legends: The Final Cut" is a serious contender for the worst horror movie ever made.

It's not just that the movie isn't the least bit scary. It's not just that the killer picks off his victims in the most humdrum manner. It's not just that almost every performance is so flaccid that the actors look like they're reading cue cards even when they scream.

It's not just that the slasher wears a fencing mask, signaling an utter lack of originality and adherence to copycat screenwriting formula (if Jason had worn a football helmet in "Friday the 13th," this guy would be wearing a baseball cap, no doubt.) It's not even that this pathetic excuse for a suspense movie has the unmitigated gall to compare itself to Hitchcock.

Continue reading: Urban Legends: The Final Cut Review

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Rest Stop Movie Review

Rest Stop Movie Review

The latter-day resurgence of the splatter movie -- Hostel, remakes of The Hills Have Eyes...

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Urban Legends: Final Cut Movie Review

Urban Legends: Final Cut Movie Review

Words I thought I'd never write: the sequel to Urban Legend lacks the grace, wit,...

Urban Legends: The Final Cut Movie Review

Urban Legends: The Final Cut Movie Review

As wretched as any Ed Wood bomb, and without the camp factor to make it...

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