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23rd Annual 'A Night at Sardi's'

Matt Lanter and Angela Lanter - 23rd Annual 'A Night at Sardi's' to benefit the Alzheimer's Association - Arrivals at Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 18th March 2015

6th Annual Night Of Generosity Gala

Matt Lanter - 6th Annual Night Of Generosity Gala - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 6th December 2014

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6th Annual 'Night of Generosity' Gala - Arrivals

Matt Lanter - 6th Annual 'Night of Generosity' Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 5th December 2014

Angela Stacy Lanter and Matt Lanter
Angela Stacy Lanter and Matt Lanter

6th Annual Night Of Generosity

Matt Lanter - 6th Annual Night Of Generosity at Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 6th December 2014

Angela Stacy Lanter and Matt Lanter
Matt Lanter
Matt Lanter
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6th Annual "Night of Generosity" Gala

Matt Lanter and Angela Stacy Lanter - Celebrities attend 6th Annual "Night of Generosity" Gala at The Beverly Wilshire Hotel. at The Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 6th December 2014

Matt Lanter and Angela Stacy Lanter
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Tinker Bell: The Pirate Fairy - Clips & Feature


Pixie Hollow fairy friends Tinker Bell, Vidia, Iridessa, Fawn, Silvermist and Rosetta are all blessed with a unique talent to manipulate certain areas of nature. During an ice show, they discover that estranged fairy Zarina is responsible for the poppy decorations which send all the guests to sleep allowing her to steal the Blue Pixie Dust for her pirate friends at Skull Rock. Tink and the others must get the Dust back as soon as possible as it is essential in their ability to fly, but when they manage to anger Zarina by approaching her, they find that all their talents have been swapped between them. Struggling to control their new found powers, they must continue their quest to retrieve the Pixie Dust for when the rest of Pixie Hollow awaken - but that all proves to be easier said than done as time is quickly running out.

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Vampires Suck Review


Grim
Every time we see a new Friedberg/Seltzer film we hope maybe they've learned something and put their skills to more creative use. But no, instead we're once again astounded that anyone gives them money to make these unfunny rehashes.

When the mopey Becca (Proske) moves back to live with her small-town sheriff dad (Bader), she feels her life can't get any worse. Her childhood friend Jacob (Riggi) is acting rather strange, and she finds herself attracted to the sullen Edward (Lanter). As three vampires (Britt, Weber and Brobst) maraud through the landscape, Becca and Edward struggle not to consummate their relationship. And when Edward runs off to hide, Jacob makes his move. Note: Yes, this is virtually the exact plot of the first two Twilight movies.

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Vampires Suck Trailer


It was only a matter of time before a vampire themed spoof movie was bound to appear - and it's fallen in the capable hands of Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the director/writers behind the recent spoofs Scary movie, Disaster Movie, Meet the Spartan and Date Movie.

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The Roommate Trailer


The first night in Uni halls is generally a big deal for every teenage, you move into your room and you've got to hope you're going to get a nice person to share with. When Sara moves into her new room she's introduced to her roommate Rebecca. The girls seem to instantly connect and a bond is formed. It seems like both have landed quite nicely and are happy with their new sharing buddy.

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Sorority Row Review


Terrible
A remake of the 1983 schlock horror The House on Sorority Row, this film is too bland to catch our imagination. There are plenty of cheap thrills, plus some camp excess to keep us laughing, but it's never scary.

Five sorority sisters get themselves into trouble when a practical joke goes violently wrong. Pushy leader Jessica (Pipes) wants to cover up the crime, and Claire and Chugs (Chung and Harshman) agree. But Cassidy (Evigan) wants to come clean, and Ellie (Willis) can't cope with the guilt. Eight months later it comes back to haunt them, when the girl (Patridge) they thought was dead seems to return with a vengeance on the night of their year-end party.

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Disaster Movie Review


Unbearable
Satan is a studio head. That's really all one can say before starting a review of Disaster Movie.

After breaking up with his gorgeous girlfriend Amy (Vanessa Minnillo), Will (Matt Lanter) throws a Super Duper Sweet Sixteen party -- even though he's 28. Along for the festivities are pregnant pal Juney (Crista Flanagan), best buddy Calvin (G. Thang), and his lady Lisa (Kim Kardashian). Without warning, the city is pummeled by asteroids, spoiling the fun and sending Will and his friends out into the streets. There, they run into an ice storm, a tornado, and various holdovers from the 2007-2008 movie season. When he discovers Amy is trapped in the local museum, Will vows to save her, as well as the planet. Of course, he must use the mystic powers of the legendary Crystal Skull to do so.

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) Review


Terrible
It would be nice to think that the infusion of new blood into the Star Wars franchise, in the form of director Dave Filoni and screenwriters Henry Gilroy, Steven Melching, and Scott Murphy, would reinvigorate the series and correct the shortcomings of some of the previous installments. It would be nice to think that the introduction of animation to the mix might create new opportunities for the storytelling aesthetic. It would be nice to think a lot of things, but this latest installment suffers from all of the less appealing qualities of its predecessors and benefits from few of their strengths.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars takes place in between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, and somewhere in the middle of the Clone Wars television series that appeared on The Cartoon Network from 2003-2005. A newsreel style introduction (unfortunately reminiscent of Starship Troopers) explains that the eponymous conflict between the Republic's Jedi-led clone army and the Separatist droid army led by Count Dooku (Christopher Lee) is well underway. While Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (James Arnold Taylor) fight a campaign on a distant planet, Anakin is saddled with a pupil, the Padawan Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein) who quickly proves herself to be plucky and impetuous in a way that's supposed to be endearing but is actually grating. (You're going to call Anakin "Skyguy?" Really?)

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WarGames: The Dead Code Review


OK
Even I have trouble believing that the proto-cyberpunk classic WarGames is a whopping 25 years old. What kid didn't want an IMSAI 8080 back in the day so he could change his grades... and get a girlfriend like mega-hottie Ally Sheedy? Oh, and save the world while he's at it.

Director Stuart Gillard dutifully follows up the still-precient original with another installment of WarGames. It's not quite a sequel, not quite a remake... though it ostensibly continues the story not of David Lightman (Matthew Broderick in the original), but rather of whatever happened to the W.O.P.R. (aka Joshua) and its creator, Stephen Falken.

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