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Malcolm Gets - Opening night party for the New Group production Steve, held at the West Bank Cafe - Arrivals. at West Bank Cafe, - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 18th November 2015

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Cynthia Nixon, Matt Mcgrath, Ashlie Atkinson, Jerry Dixon, Mario Cantone, Malcolm Gets, Francisco Pryor Garat and Mark Gerrard
Adam Bernstein, Matt Mcgrath, Ashlie Atkinson, Jerry Dixon, Mario Cantone, Malcolm Gets, Francisco Pryor Garat, Mark Gerrard and Scott Elliot
Matt Mcgrath, Ashlie Atkinson, Jerry Dixon, Mario Cantone, Malcolm Gets and Francisco Pryor Garat

Malcolm Gets and Times Square Sunday 23rd September 2012 attending the 26th Broadway Cares Flea Market held in Times Square

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Malcolm Gets and Debbie Reynolds - Malcolm Gets and Debbie Reynolds New York City, USA - Opening night of Debbie Reynolds' debut engagement at the Cafe Carlyle at the Carlyle Hotel Wednesday 3rd June 2009

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Malcolm Gets Monday 23rd February 2009 'Defying Inequality' The Broadway Concert - A Celebrity Benefit for Equal Rights held at the Gershwin Theatre - Press Room New York City, USA

Malcolm Gets Sunday 22nd June 2008 Backstage at Broadway Bares 18: Wonderland to benefit Broadway Cares held at Roseland New York City, USA

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Love In The Time Of Money Review


Weak
Filmmaker's dilemma: You want to make a movie with a lot of sex scenes and no plot whatsoever, but you have to make something respectable. Hell, Robert Redford is an executive producer! He isn't going to tolerate any Cinemax soft-core porn.

Answer: String together a bunch of unrelated vignettes revolving around sex. Start with a hooker and her client, then send that client to work to have sex with someone there, then send that woman's husband to an art gallery to have sex with an artist, and send him on his way as well.

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13 Conversations About One Thing Review


Excellent
With a title as curious as 13 Conversations About One Thing, most moviegoers probably want to know what the "thing" is before plunking down their bucks to see the movie. Well, that "thing" appears to be happiness, and the search for it. But don't let that fact and the peppy title fool you - this film isn't filled with a bunch of inane chick chatter. Writer/director Jill Sprecher's follow-up to her debut Clockwatchers has an overall tone of despair and a faint hint of evil, much like that first film. It results in a surprising, bold, satisfying drama with a mildly depressing wave running through it.

But here, the downtrodden vibe has more complexity than Clockwatchers, as does the storyline. Co-written with sister Karen, Sprecher's screenplay follows a series of New York City tales that, aside from their underlying themes, are apparently unconnected... or are they?

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