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Opening Night Of 'The Undeniable Sound Of Right Now' -Arrivals

Daniel Abeles, Brian Miskell, Margo Seibert, Jeb Brown, Lusia Strus and Chris Kipiniak - Opening night of The Undeniable Sound of Right Now at the Rattlestick Theater - Arrivals. at Rattlestick Theater, - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 3rd April 2015

Daniel Abeles, Brian Miskell, Margo Seibert, Jeb Brown, Lusia Strus and Chris Kipiniak

Restless Review

Van Sant returns to his earthy-airy style for this story of a young man coming to terms with the concept of mortality. It's effortlessly honest, with edgy humour balancing the dark themes. Although it's also diluted by commercial sensibilities.

After his parents are killed in a car crash, the thoughtful young Enoch (Hopper) becomes obsessed with death, attending random funerals and chatting to Hiroshi (Kase), the ghost of a young kamikaze pilot. The at one memorial service, Enoch is rumbled by Annabel (Wasikowska), who pursues a friendship with him. As they become closer, Enoch learns that the sparky Annabel has a fatal illness, which means he can no longer put off dealing with the fact that death is actually part of life.

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Restless Trailer

Enoch is a quiet teenage boy with an unusual hobby: he likes to attend funerals. Not just the funerals of relatives but funerals of people he's never met. While attending one funeral, he sees a mysterious girl about his age. 

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Stir Of Echoes Review

Imagine a strange conflagration of The Sixth Sense and Close Encounters of the Third Kind and you might have an idea what Stir of Echoes is like. All in all, Echoes is a pretty capable horror/thriller. The story involves Bacon's blue-collar Chicagoan, who starts having visions of a dead girl shortly after being hypnotized at a party, but it's Zachary Cope that steals the show as the kid who also has the shining... While Kathryn Erbe is terribly miscast as Bacon's wife, don't be surprised if you have an urge to start digging after you watch this picture.

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous Review


Sandra Bullock isn't doing her underappreciated talentany favors by appearing in "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous,"a relentlessly dim-witted sequel to her 2000 hit about a tomboy FBI agentgoing undercover at a beauty pageant.

The first "MissCongeniality" was itself so hackneyed thatthe actress's Lucille-Ball-like gift for guffaws was just about its onlysaving grace, and the same fate befalls her here. Bullock's delivery ofa few choice one-liners is the sole source of laughs in this clunker, andit's amazing to see her pull them off when her character has, without explanation,turned into a vapid, shallow, egocentric Barbie doll nitwit after becomingan implausible spokesmodel for the FBI.

It seems after her exposure at the Miss United States beautypageant in the first picture, the bureau decided she could best serve hercountry by being tarted up literally in satin and bows, and paraded aroundon a waving-and-smiling publicity tour of talk shows and personal appearances.

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