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Miss Singapore , Lisa Marie White - Miss Universe 2015 Preliminary Competition at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Las Vegas at The AXIS, Planet Hollywood - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Wednesday 16th December 2015

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Miss Singapore , Lisa Marie White - Miss Universe 2015 National Costumes at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Las Vegas at The AXIS, Planet Hollywood - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Wednesday 16th December 2015

Lisa Marie and Miss Singapore

Lisa Marie Smith - Jennifer Harman Celebrity Poker Tournament to benefit Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, held at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Planet Hollywood - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 14th November 2014

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Lisa Marie Varon - Wizard World Comic Con Chicago 2013 - Chicago, IL, United States - Sunday 11th August 2013

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Eric Petersen and Lisa Marie Morabito - Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards 2013 held at Sony Pictures Studios - Arrivals - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Sunday 9th June 2013

Lisa Marie, Eric Petersen and Sony
Lisa Marie, Eric Petersen and Sony

If... Dog... Rabbit... Review


OK
Promising film starts out great then turns into yet another predictable caper-gone-awry homage to The Killing. A rather unfortunate vanity production from first-time writer/director Modine. Special award for having the worst title in the history of movies (though it is "explained" in the credits).

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Mars Attacks! Review


Weak
We've already had three movies based on TV shows this year, plus a film based on a TV commercial, but I think it's a really bad omen when a film is based on a series of trading cards.

The film is Mars Attacks!, and with it Tim Burton serves up the worst production of his once-blossoming career, a movie wherein he indulges every excess of his demented psyche, pays no attention to entertaining the audience, and recycles every joke he can get his hands on.

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Planet Of The Apes Review


Weak

Without the faintest hint of director Tim Burton's uniquely uncanny style, "Planet of the Apes" version 2.0 feels like nothing more than a generic (albeit overblown) sci-fi summer movie -- and a forgettably mediocre one at that.

A passionless, elementary endeavor of wow effects and a yawn plot (which has been reinvented from the 1968 original), the picture opens circa 2029 with astronaut Mark Wahlberg working on a space station, training chimps to pilot one-man pods into electrical storms encountered in deep space.

After losing contact with one chimp in a rather ominous anomaly, Wahlberg establishes his maverick personality (which soon fades into a vanilla version of your standard action hero) by swiping a pod against orders to go rescue him. Once inside the storm, our hero is sucked into a wormhole that turns his helm dead and spits him out to crash land on a faraway world in the distant future where -- as if you didn't know -- a brutal, medieval society of evolved simians enslaves primitive humans as labor and pets.

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Sleepy Hollow Review


OK

Who better to revamp Washington Irving's classic spook tale of the Headless Horseman than Tim Burton, the modern maestro of movie macabre?

A little tweaking here (a conspiracy plot), a little re-writing there (Ichabod Crane is now a nervous police detective instead of a nervous school teacher) and -- ta-da! -- it's "Sleepy Hollow," a sumptuously stylized, oddly traditional, darkly comical, and unmistakably Burton-esque take on this uniquely American fairy tale.

Taking place in 1799, this inventive reinterpretation of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" -- written by "Fight Club" scripter Andrew Kevin Walker and polished by "Shakespeare In Love" scribe Tom Stoppard -- features Johnny Depp as Ichabod Crane, an ungainly, outcast, New York City constable come to the upstate hamlet of Sleepy Hollow to investigate a spate of beheadings that local legend has pinned on the noggin-less ghost of mad a Revolutionary War mercenary.

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Jason Statham Loves The Mechanic's Complicated Action

Five years after his first stint as hitman Arthur Bishop in The Mechanic, Jason Statham has returned to the role for Mechanic: Resurrection.

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Mars Attacks! Movie Review

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Planet Of The Apes Movie Review

Planet Of The Apes Movie Review

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Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

Sleepy Hollow Movie Review

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