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Billy And Ray Opening Night - Curtain Call

Sophie von Haselberg, Drew Gehling, Larry Pine and Vincent Kartheiser - Opening night for Billy and Ray at the Vineyard Theatre - Curtain Call. at Vineyard Theatre, - New York, New York, United States - Monday 20th October 2014

Sophie Von Haselberg, Drew Gehling, Larry Pine and Vincent Kartheiser
Drew Gehling, Larry Pine, Sophie Von Haselberg and Vincent Kartheiser
Drew Gehling and Larry Pine
Drew Gehling, Larry Pine, Sophie Von Haselberg and Vincent Kartheiser
Larry Pine and Sophie Von Haselberg
Larry Pine and Vincent Kartheiser

Billy And Ray Opening Night - Arrivals

Larry Pine, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Sophie von Haselberg, Drew Gehling and Mike Bencivenga - Opening night after party for Billy and Ray at the Vineyard Theatre - Arrivals. at Vineyard Theatre, - New York, New York, United States - Monday 20th October 2014

Larry Pine, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Sophie Von Haselberg, Drew Gehling and Mike Bencivenga
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Larry Pine, Vincent Kartheiser, Sophie Von Haselberg and Drew Gehling
Larry Pine, Vincent Kartheiser, Sophie Von Haselberg and Drew Gehling

Billy And Ray Meet And Greet

Drew Gehling, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Mike Bencivegna, Sophie von Haselberg and Larry Pine - Billy and Ray Meet and Greet - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Friday 5th September 2014

Drew Gehling, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Mike Bencivegna, Sophie Von Haselberg and Larry Pine
Vincent Kartheiser
Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall and Larry Pine
Vincent Kartheiser and Larry Pine
Vincent Kartheiser
Drew Gehling, Vincent Kartheiser, Garry Marshall, Mike Bencivegna, Sophie Von Haselberg and Larry Pine

Opening Night Curtain Call For Casa Valentina

Nick Westrate, John Cullum, Gabriel Ebert, Tom McGowan, Patrick Page, Mare Winningham, Reed Birney, Larry Pine and Lisa Emery - Opening night curtain call for Broadway's Casa Valentina at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 24th April 2014

Nick Westrate, John Cullum, Gabriel Ebert, Tom Mcgowan, Patrick Page, Mare Winningham, Reed Birney, Larry Pine and Lisa Emery
Nick Westrate, John Cullum, Gabriel Ebert, Tom Mcgowan, Patrick Page and Mare Winningham
Nick Westrate, John Cullum, Gabriel Ebert, Tom Mcgowan, Patrick Page, Mare Winningham, Reed Birney, Larry Pine and Lisa Emery
Nick Westrate, John Cullum, Gabriel Ebert, Tom Mcgowan, Patrick Page, Mare Winningham, Reed Birney, Larry Pine and Lisa Emery
Nick Westrate, John Cullum, Gabriel Ebert, Tom Mcgowan, Patrick Page, Mare Winningham, Reed Birney, Larry Pine and Lisa Emery
Nick Westrate, John Cullum, Gabriel Ebert, Tom Mcgowan, Patrick Page, Mare Winningham, Reed Birney, Larry Pine and Lisa Emery

Arbitrage Trailer


Robert Miller is billionaire hedge fund businessman who at first glance seems to have the perfect life; successful, plenty of money, a supportive wife and a daughter/ business partner willing to take on the company when he retires. However, something much darker is going on underneath as he is struggling to cover up many years of fraudulent activities while trying to sell away his business to a bank. Not only this, but he has also embarked on an illicit affair with the young and beautiful Julie Cote who he attempts to whisk away with him for a while. As fate would have it, Robert finds himself drifting off to sleep in the car as they drive out of town and subsequently fails to prevent a crash that instantly kills Julie. As he attempts to cover his tracks by setting fire to the vehicle, his whole life is on the line with suspicious police officers, a mistrustful wife and a daughter with an unfortunate eye for detail threatening to collapse the empire he has worked so hard for.

This gripping thriller drama premiered in the US in September 2012 and serves as the full-length feature directorial debut of Nicholas Jarecki ('The Informers' screenwriter) who was also responsible for writing the fantastic screenplay.

Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Tim Roth, Brit Marling, Laetitia Casta, Nate Parker, Stuart Margolin, Chris Eigeman, Graydon Carter, Bruce Altman, Larry Pine, Curtiss Cook, Reg E. Cathey, Felix Solis, Monica Raymund, Gabrielle Lazure, Shawn Elliott, Maria Bartiromo, David Faber, Josh Pais, Alyssa Sutherland, Paula Devicq, Zack Robidas & Betsy Aidem.

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Meet And Greet With The Cast Of 'AdA' At The La MaMa Rehearsal Studios

Gia Crovatin and Larry Pine - Gia Crovatin and Larry Pine Tuesday 18th September 2012 Meet and greet with the cast of 'AdA' at the La MaMa rehearsal studios

Gia Crovatin and Larry Pine
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Craig Bierko, Estelle Parsons, Gia Crovatin and Larry Pine

Outsourced Review


Good
The offshoring of U.S. jobs remains a hot topic in the news... and now it's a hot topic in the movies, too. (At least four projects called Outsourced have been produced in the last three years alone!)

Everyman Josh Hamilton carries this premise handily: His game of computer Solitaire is interrupted by his boss, who's telling him the customer service call center he manages is being shipped overseas, to India. If Todd (Hamilton) wants to keep his job, he'll fly over there and train the new folks, getting their time-per-call numbers down to something more profitable.

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Particles Of Truth Review


Grim
Ally Sheedy lookalike Jennifer Elster tuns in a predictable vanity picture, a movie about an emotionally messed-up artist who is coping with a dying father while romancing a germophobic loser. While we approach her Big Show, she spirals into the kind of hullicinations that we only see in movies like this: poorly photographed, time-twisted, and completely baffling. Ultimately it's all nonsense, despite some interesting performances from supporting players.

Vanya On 42nd Street Review


Excellent
Someone had an idea: take an 1860s play by classic Russian writer Anton Chekhov, and get director Louis Malle, screenwriter David Mamet, and actors Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn, together to make a feature film of it.

The only thing more puzzling than this scenario is the fact that this movie, Vanya on 42nd Street, is a fabulous film. "Uncle Vanya" is the play in question, a tragicomic tale of family members plagued by broken hearts, lost youth, and missed opportunities. The film's premise is that "Uncle Vanya" is being performed by a small theatrical group, and the film simply captures the last rehearsal of the play before the costumes arrive.

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Jaded Review


Terrible
One of the most atrocious "thrillers" in recent memory, Jaded stars a buxom Carla Gugino as the victim of a brutal rape -- committed by two women!!! Ill-conceived from the very beginning (from casting Aida Turturro as a "tough" detective and Christopher McDonald as a wacky bar owner), the film actually tries to make its central message the issue that legal "rape" can't occur between two women -- it's "sodomy" instead. A movie about semantics? Never mind the cheesecake, I'm gonna pass on this one. Makes the similar (and bad) Body Shots look like a masterpiece.

Suits Review


Terrible
Phew, what's that smell? It's Suits, a lowly spoof on the advertising industry (have any of these kind of films ever been funny?) featuring a whole host of bad actors, and headlined by Robert Klein as the film's sole "star." I don't have much to say (the plot revolves around developing a maxi-pad campaign) except it's just plain bad -- better than watching commercials, maybe -- but not quite as good as leaving the TV off.

In The Realms Of The Unreal Review


Weak
Henry Darger lived the life of the obscure artist more completely than most of his ilk would find possible. A quiet shadow of a man, he kept to himself all his years, never once divulging any interests to outsiders (except for a strange attention to the weather) and just plugged away at his janitorial jobs. He never had unsuccessful gallery shows, didn't attend art school, and never once railed against a conservative art establishment and philistine buyers who didn't understand what he was trying to do. Nobody even knew he could draw. But after he died in 1973, at the age of 81, and his landlords were cleaning out his apartment, they discovered a lifetime of work: masses of paintings and drawings, stretching up to 10 feet long and often double-sided, and a 15,000-page novel called In the Realms of the Unreal. It was a little bit of a shock.

Jessica Yu's documentary In the Realms of the Unreal is a meditative look at what little we know about Darger's life, and the massive body of art that he left behind, utilizing the barest scraps of primary information available (there are only three known photographs of him) and Darger's own diaries. It wasn't an easy childhood by any stretch of the imagination: Darger's mother died when he was four and his father gave him up for adoption a few years later, dying not long after. Darger was sent to an asylum for "feeble-minded children" in downstate Illinois. After serving in World War I, an experience that he found quite horrible and would haunt his art years later, Darger returned to his hometown of Chicago, where he would spend the rest of his years working janitorial jobs at hospitals and composing his multimedia masterpiece.

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Melinda & Melinda Review


OK
Woody Allen hit upon a plucky, imaginative concept for "Melinda andMelinda": The same story, of a woman at loose ends, imagined as bothcomedy and tragedy by two playwrights (Wallace Shawn and Larry Pine) arguingin a Manhattan cafe whether life is inherently funny or inherently sad.

While these bookend scenes are uncharacteristically clunkyand deliberate, full of exposition designed to set the fictional stage,the two parallel stories are pure Woody Allen at his ironic, neurotic,romantic, poignant and peculiar best -- and they're deftly woven togetherto compliment and play off each other.

The underappreciated Radha Mitchell (she played wives in"FindingNeverland," "PhoneBooth" and "Manon Fire") may now get the recognition shedeserves with her remarkable performances in the dual title role as a flighty,suicidal beauty who arrives in each story by crashing a dinner party.

One Melinda is a new downstairs neighbor who knocks onthe Upper East Side door of wannabe filmmaker Amanda Peet (who flirts withrich men hoping they'll fund her independent movie "The CastrationSonata") and her husband, neurotic out-of-work actor Will Ferrell(the picture's requisite Woody surrogate, although with unpredicted nuanceFerrell makes the role his own). Pratfalling into the dining room, Melindaannounces she's just taken two dozen sleeping pills. The comical chaosthat ensues leads to friendships, infidelities and unrequited love, allorbiting around Melinda -- although she's largely unaware of the upheavalshe's wrought.

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