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Mackenzie Phillips - Bonnie Franklin, Pat Harrington Jr, Mackenzie Phillips and Glenn Scarpelli Saturday 14th April 2012 The 10th Annual TV Land Awards - Arrivals

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Mackenzie Phillips and House Of Blues Tuesday 13th December 2011 NOH8's 3 year Anniversary Celebration held at The House of Blues West Hollywood, California

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Mackenzie Phillips Friday 18th March 2011 appearing on CTV's 'The Marilyn Denis Show' to promote her latest movie 'Peach Plum Pear' Toronto, Canada

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American Graffiti Review


Excellent
The Star Wars prequels have tarnished his rep a little, but give him his due --- George Lucas once understood the possibilities and limitations of film like few others. Lucas' second feature film, American Graffiti, was a self-assured gem that established him as a major director (though a lot of studios still didn't want to bankroll Star Wars, proving that studio execs weren't any smarter in the seventies than they are now).

A cinematic collection of slightly exaggerated memories from Lucas' senior year in high school (1962), Graffiti was well-timed; it caught a wave of fifties nostalgia that would crest with Happy Days, Grease, etc. While the iconoclasm of the sixties and seventies would continue to take youth culture in a very different direction, Graffiti helped spark a cultural backlash (or at least a flashback) after the free-love/acid-rock/anti-war era.

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Weak
Six years after the massively popular American Graffiti, the bulk of the original cast (sans Richard Dreyfuss) reunited for this sequel, a textbook example of how even a great idea usually fails to carry more than one picture. The final scene of the original film tells us what would happen to the principals in later years, and More essentially turns that 30 seconds of text into a grueling 110-minute experience. Alternately boring and insulting, the film dutifully chronicles Vietnam and the far-out groooovy '60s (plus numerous unmemorable side plots), all topics which have been done better in other films, 20 times over.
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