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Private screening of 'Age Of Kill'

Lysette Anthony - Private screening of 'Age Of Kill' at Ham Yard Hotel - Red Carpet Arrivals at Ham Yard Hotel - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 1st April 2015

Photocall for 'We Still Kill The Old Way'

Lysette Anthony - Photocall for 'We Still Kill The Old Way' at Ham Yard Hotel - London, United Kingdom - Monday 29th September 2014

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Announcement party for the 2011 Birds Eye Film Festival held at at the Century Club

Lysette Anthony Tuesday 25th January 2011 Announcement party for the 2011 Birds Eye Film Festival held at at the Century Club London, England

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Announcement party for the 2011 Birds Eye Film Festival held at at the Century Club

Lysette Anthony and Cherie Blair - Lysette Anthony and Cherie Blair London, England - Announcement party for the 2011 Birds Eye Film Festival held at at the Century Club Tuesday 25th January 2011

Husbands and Wives Review


Good
Woody Allen took a turn toward the exceptionally nasty with this bleak yet strangely compelling look at modern romance. Between Mia Farrow and Judy Davis, it's tough to find two actresses that exude contempt more readily, and there's indeed plenty of shrieking and hitting in the picture, which opens with Davis and husband Sydney Pollack announcing their divorce. A whirlwind series of affairs and acrimony follows, all captured on nausiating shakycam. Lots of hate in this movie, but it's strangely endearing. I'm not quite sure why. It's also worth noting that the film came out immediately after Allen and Farrow split up.

Dracula: Dead And Loving It Review


Terrible
After the vastly disappointing Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Mel Brooks really needed to prove himself by getting back to his Young Frankenstein and Blazing Saddles-type comedy. The Dracula legend seemed like the perfect way to do it, especially considering how perfectly Brooks skewered ol' Frank. But sadly, Brooks manages to hack it up like he did to poor Robin Hood, thanks to some very stale jokes and overly repetitious gags.

Brooks basically takes Bram Stoker's Dracula (Francis Ford Coppola's film) and gives it the once-over, recreating the plot and characters almost directly from that movie, and giving them supposedly funny lines. The problem is that Bram Stoker's Dracula was pretty silly to begin with, and Brooks' version comes off as poking fun at a film that was already doing a good job of it all by itself.

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Beneath Loch Ness Review


Unbearable
I guess people never get tired of sea monster movies, so why not demonize the biggest mythical sea creature in the land -- the Loch Ness Monster!?

Beneath Loch Ness borrows a page from Jaws, with mysterious deaths attributed not to Nessie but to prankster teenagers, while researchers and a TV crew try to pull off a Geraldo-worthy expose show in the decidedly southern California-looking "Loch Ness." But of course the real Nessie is out there somewhere, savagely marauding people while the local police chief repeatedly refuses to close the Loch, and damn the tourists!

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