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Kimberly J. Brown - 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominee Brunch - West Hollywood, California, United States - Saturday 11th January 2014

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Kimberly J. Brown and Robert Costanzo - 23rd Annual Night Of 100 Stars Black Tie Dinner Viewing Gala at the Beverly Hills Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 24th February 2013

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Kimberly J. Brown and Robert Costanzo

Kimberly J. Brown Sunday 4th October 2009 'A Night Of Honor' to benefit the Iraq Star Foundation at the Universal City Hilton Los Angeles, California

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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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Bringing Down The House Review


Very Good
More than a decade after Steve Martin lost control of his own home in Housesitter, another of his patented Poor Sap characters is in similar trouble. This time, instead of a spunky, conniving Goldie Hawn acting as unwanted tenant, a sassy, street-smart, badass Queen Latifah is movin' on up. Thankfully, Martin and Latifah make for a good high-concept Hollywood odd couple that keeps all races and ages laughing, in director Adam Shankman's speedy, funky -- and politically incorrect -- comedy.

Martin, in a plain, white guy role that's getting a bit tired, is tax attorney Peter Sanderson. He's got a fairly palatial suburban home, an ex-wife, two kids... and a chat room buddy named "lawyergirl." Peter quickly learns that making friends on the Internet can be a bitch -- his dream girl ends up being an ex-con named Charlene (Latifah), a sly loudmouth who's served time for armed robbery. Through some not-so-gentle blackmail, Charlene enlists Peter's legal aid and moves into his house and life.

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Rose Red Movie Review

Rose Red Movie Review

Invest six hours in the DVD release of this Steven King miniseries and you'll come...

Bringing Down The House Movie Review

Bringing Down The House Movie Review

More than a decade after Steve Martin lost control of his own home in Housesitter,...

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