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Julie Bowen and her three sons spotted eating lunch

Julie Bowen, Oliver Phillips, Gustav Phillips and John Phillips - Julie Bowen and her three sons spotted eating pizza for lunch at a farmers' market - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 4th May 2014

Julie Bowen, Oliver Phillips, Gustav Phillips and John Phillips
Julie Bowen, Oliver Phillips, Gustav Phillips and John Phillips
Julie Bowen and John Phillips
Julie Bowen, Oliver Phillips, Gustav Phillips and John Phillips
Julie Bowen, Oliver Phillips, Gustav Phillips and John Phillips

Julie Bowen and her sons at a farmers' market

Julie Bowen and John Phillips - Julie Bowen and her three sons enjoy a morning together at a farmers' market - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 4th May 2014

Julie Bowen and John Phillips
Julie Bowen and John Phillips
Julie Bowen and John Phillips
Julie Bowen and John Phillips
Julie Bowen, Oliver Phillips, Gustav Phillips and John Phillips

Julie Bowen On The School Run

John Phillips, Gus Phillips and Julie Bowen - Julie Bowen takes her twin boys John and Gus Phillips to school - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 19th November 2013

John Phillips, Gus Phillips and Julie Bowen
John Phillips, Gus Phillips and Julie Bowen
John Phillips, Gus Phillips and Julie Bowen
John Phillips, Gus Phillips and Julie Bowen
John Phillips, Gus Phillips and Julie Bowen

Julie Bowen and family

Julie Bowen, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips - Julie Bowen and family visit the Studio City Farmers market in Los Angeles - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Sunday 27th October 2013

Julie Bowen, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips
Julie Bowen, Gustav Phillips, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips
Julie Bowen
Julie Bowen, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips
Julie Bowen, Gustav Phillips, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips

Julie Bowen's Big Brood

Julie Bowen, Gustav Phillips, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips - Julie Bowen walks with Sons Oliver, John and Gustav age 6 and the twins age 4 while shopping at a sporting goods store in Los Angeles - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Sunday 27th October 2013

Julie Bowen, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips
Julie Bowen and John Phillips
Julie Bowen
Julie Bowen, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips
Julie Bowen, Gustav Phillips, John Phillips and Oliver Phillips

Monterey Pop Review


Excellent
For those of us who weren't yet born when the 1960's rock 'n' rolled around, Monterey Pop affords an affectionate glimpse of the music that influenced our parents to be hippies. From Otis Redding to Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin to the Mamas and the Papas, and Jefferson Airplane to The Who, this documentary is jam-packed with contagious energy. But I give fair warning that I will reveal the ending, which does not do the rest of the film the justice it deserves.

Shot in 1969 at an outdoor concert that precluded Woodstock, the film defies the stereotype of the general population at the time. Sure, some have painted their faces and smoke joints, but D.A. Pennebaker (The War Room, Moon Over Broadway) surprisingly chooses to show a broad spectrum of the audience. No matter who is watching, it all comes back to the talented musicians that stir your soul.

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Monterey Pop Review


Excellent
For those of us who weren't yet born when the 1960's rock 'n' rolled around, Monterey Pop affords an affectionate glimpse of the music that influenced our parents to be hippies. From Otis Redding to Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin to the Mamas and the Papas, and Jefferson Airplane to The Who, this documentary is jam-packed with contagious energy. But I give fair warning that I will reveal the ending, which does not do the rest of the film the justice it deserves.

Shot in 1969 at an outdoor concert that precluded Woodstock, the film defies the stereotype of the general population at the time. Sure, some have painted their faces and smoke joints, but D.A. Pennebaker (The War Room, Moon Over Broadway) surprisingly chooses to show a broad spectrum of the audience. No matter who is watching, it all comes back to the talented musicians that stir your soul.

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Village of the Damned (1960) Review


Excellent
The creepiest moment in the recent horror film Godsend - maybe the only creepy moment - occurs when the boy around whom the action is centered informs his father, in a steady, vaguely threatening voice, that he doesn't think he likes him so much anymore. It's scary; the boy is in a sudden position of authority over his dad. The grown-ups in the audience don't like the way it sounds.

It's a good thing, then, that these same grown-ups weren't around in the British village of Midwich circa 1950. In that sleepy hamlet the entire population suffers from a brief blackout one day; a few months later, all the Midwich women of child-bearing age find that they were expecting, and the children, when they come along, are not exactly like the other boys and girls. They are, in fact, exactly like one another: blonde, rather too intelligent for our comfort, and possessed of a particularly icy stare. To say that they are aloof is an understatement. And, perhaps most tellingly, they have a hive mentality: They keep only one another's company, they communicate wordlessly, and when one of these children learns a fact, the others automatically learn it too.

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