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The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Final Destination' held at the Mann Village Theatre - Arrivals

Krista Allen - Krista Allen with her children Hollywood, California - The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Final Destination' held at the Mann Village Theatre - Arrivals Thursday 27th August 2009

The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Final Destination' held at the Mann Village Theatre - Arrivals

Shantel VanSanten and Krista Allen - Shantel VanSanten, Bobby Campo, Krista Allen, Haley Webb, Nick Zano and guests Hollywood, California - The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Final Destination' held at the Mann Village Theatre - Arrivals Thursday 27th August 2009

The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Final Destination' held at the Mann Village Theatre - Arrivals

Shantel VanSanten and Krista Allen - Shantel VanSanten, Bobby Campo, Krista Allen, Haley Webb and Nick Zano Hollywood, California - The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Final Destination' held at the Mann Village Theatre - Arrivals Thursday 27th August 2009

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The Final Destination Review


OK
With a plot that's virtually identical to parts 1, 2 and 3, this fourth movie has one new gimmick that makes it worth a look: it's in 3D. And the filmmakers have a lot of fun with it, gleefully revving up the grisly carnage.

While attending a car race, Nick (Campo) has a vision of impending disaster and drags his girlfriend Lori (VanSanten), womanising pal Hunt (Zano) and Lori's best friend Janet (Webb) out just in time. But of course, Death won't let them off so easily, and everyone who escaped is killed in outrageous freak accidents in the order they should have died. So these four young people, with the help of an equally doomed security guard (Williamson), try to break the gruesome chain.

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P.S Arts 'Express Yourself 2008' held at Barker Hanger

Krista Allen and son - Krista Allen and son Santa Monica, California, USA - P.S Arts 'Express Yourself 2008' held at Barker Hanger Sunday 16th November 2008

Feast Review


Good
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's Project Greenlight, a reality program designed to give first-time film makers an unprecedented shot at their dream, won a few battles but ultimately lost its war.

Over the course of three seasons, Greenlight made mountains out of molehill-sized production problems for the benefit of its drama-craving audience. The program also took joy in vilifying bullish producer Chris Moore, a headstrong professional whose chief crime was trying to keep unfocused amateur film makers on track. Not surprisingly, the weekly episodes ended up being more entertaining than the theatrically released films.

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Anger Management Review


Hmmm

Writer David Dorfman, director Peter Segal and star Adam Sandler missed a golden opportunity in "Anger Management," a comedy bereft of laughs about a milquetoast office drone and designer of fat feline fashions (?) who is sentenced to rage therapy after an incident on an airline.

The incident: His repeated polite requests for a headset to watch the in-flight movie are absurdly mistaken for aggression by a flight crew with post-9/11 jitters. The missed opportunity: The concept's punchline should have been that he really is a rage-a-holic and the calm version of events we see is his skewed perspective of normalcy.

Instead, the picture sticks with the notions that typically dim-bulb Sandler (insert empty-eyed double-take head-cocks here) really is a misunderstood nice guy, and the actor fails to find a single genuine laugh in the story's goofball gimmick -- which is that his nutzo court-appointed therapist (Jack Nicholson, volume turned up to 11) moves in with him and makes his life a living hell.

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