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Margaret Braine , Judith Ivey - Opening night of Fiddler On the Roof at the Broadway Theatre - Arrivals. at Broadway Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 21st December 2015

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Big Stone Gap - Trailer


In the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia lies a blue-collar coal-mining town called Big Stone Gap, full of hard-workers and morally upstanding citizens. Ave Maria Mulligan isn't getting any younger, but she's no qualms about living life as a spinster while working at the local pharmacy. She has plenty of friends and more than enough stability, but all that's about to change with the death of her mother. She discovers secrets she never knew about her family, including the truth about her Italian father who she's determined to travel to Europe to visit. Then out of nowhere her only love interest wants to marry her, but she's not sure if she's ready for that. This woman has enough on her plate to keep her busy, but she's really got to think about what she wants from her life now.

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Judith Ivey - Opening night after party for Broadway play The Audience, held at URBO restaurant - Arrivals. at URBO restaurant, - New York City, New York, United States - Sunday 8th March 2015

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Geoffrey Beevers and Judith Ivey

Judith Ivey - Second Stage 35th Anniversary Gala held at Terminal 5 nightclub - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Monday 5th May 2014

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Judith Ivey and Margaret Elizabeth Braine - Tony Eve Cocktail Party held at LDV Hospitality's Lugo Caffe - New York, NY, United States - Saturday 8th June 2013

Judith Ivey and Margaret Elizabeth Braine
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Tim Braine and Judith Ivey - Gingold Theatrical Group's Golden Shamrock Gala held at the Players Club - New York City, United States - Sunday 17th March 2013

Tim Braine and Judith Ivey
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Judith Ivey and Tyne Daly
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Judith Ivey, David Staller and Tyne Daly
Judith Ivey and Tyne Daly

Everybody Wins Review


Weak
Everybody wins... except the audience, in this initially promising but ultimately baffling waste of a movie, another flick in a long line of Debra Winger thrillers. You know, the kind with a knife on the cover of the DVD, separating her from the male lead. Right. Oddly, there's no blood-covered knife to be found in Everybody Wins: The body count is exactly one, and even that is totally bloodless (despite it occuring during a head-on collision between motorcycle and truck). The plot is barely worth explaining: A "good samaritan" (Winger) hires a flashy P.I. (Nick Nolte) to clear a teenager of his murder conviction. Why the erraticly behaved Winger is interested in this kid turns out to be the big mystery in the film, not the obviousness of his innocence. Nolte turns out to be the surprisingly only thing worth watching here. Who knew such an awful movie (and that title) could come from the pen of Arthur Miller?

The Lonely Guy Review


Excellent
Before Arthur Hiller lost his mind and his talent, he produced this oddball Steve Martin flick, wherein an oblivious cuckold of a boyfriend is dumped by his girlfriend and quickly becomes a "lonely guy," '80s parlance for a loser bachelor. With pal Charles Grodin (wonderful here), he explores the bar scene, pick-up artistry, and the world of the house plant before writing a bestseller about his experiences and making it big. Funny stuff, though Martin's soliloquies to the camera get a little tiresome.

What Alice Found Review


Excellent
Alice is a teenage checker in a New Hampshire supermarket (played by 25-year old debuting Emily Grace) and what she found was a wad of dough that didn't belong to her. She's also an adopted child and a malcontent in her adoptive mother's house. Yearning for an opportunity to break free, she appropriates the money, packs up her belongings, and takes off in a decrepit car for Florida and a reunion with her closest friend who has gone there to college. On this journey she will find a great deal more than someone else's money.

If her thievery doesn't endear her to us, a couple of redneck dudes who make tasteless gestures at her out on the highway causes us to be concerned about her safety. Some miles further down the road, she parks at a rest stop for snacks and a phone call to her friend. She pulls a few bills out of her money envelope and returns it to its hiding place under the front seat. When she returns to her car, a woman comes up to her and tells her of a man who looked inside her car and took off.

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Without Limits Review


Very Good
Stirring biopic about American runner Steve Prefontaine -- a precursor to today's most arrogant athletes. Replete with slow-motion running, sweat-dripping faces, and gut-wrentching drama, this is a must-see for any track & field fan.

The Devil's Advocate Review


Very Good
It takes a story this ridiculous to be this good. Imagine The Firm, but with the Devil. (Cue demonic laughter.) Keanu Reeves stars as a rising star of a lawyer, and Al Pacino stars as the Devil himself (sample line: "Call me dad!"). The movie plays perfectly into Pacino's penchant to overact the crap out of his part -- only this part has no limit to the attitude you can throw at it. The rest of the film is simply very well-made. Special effects, acting (particularly Charlize Theron as Keanu's sanity-vacating wife), music, set design -- it's all there. No, it ain't Oscar bait, it's just one, ahem, hell of a good time.

Rose Red Review


Weak
Invest six hours in the DVD release of this Steven King miniseries and you'll come out... well, a lot like a guy who wasted four hours and 15 minutes on a crummy Steven King miniseries.

At its heart, the movie is a haunted house flick in the vein of recent films like House on Haunted Hill and Thirteen Ghosts, albeit one that takes a long time to get going, a long time to build up a story, and a long time to get over with. But they had a lot of commercials to sell, so who can fault them, huh?

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Washington Square Review


Very Good
Hardly a lush Merchant-Ivory epic, Jennifer Jason Leigh gets dumbed-down and uglified for her treatment in this adaptation of the Henry James novel, about a poor adventurer (Chaplin) who may or may not be after the wallflower's money. Father (Finney) disapproves, to the point where he hauls her off to Europe for a year. By film's end, dad is as stubborn as ever, which actually helps the two would-be lovers see things a bit more clearly. A great twist on the period piece, despite its maudlin sensibilities.
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