Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills - Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills Friday 4th May 2012 BritWeek 2012 Gala hosted by Piers Morgan benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles held at The Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel
Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills - Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills Friday 4th May 2012 Britweek 2012 Gala hosted by Piers Morgan benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles held at The Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel
In a series of interviews with dance and music masters, aged queens of the geisha world and novices in training, it clarifies how the practice is maintained, financed, and fit into a society that still values its traditions but hasn't got much in the way of universal acclaim.
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What do you do when you discover that evil capitalists are secretly planning to turn the fun, laid back, quirky independent music store you work at into a "Music Town" (e.g. Music Warehouse, Tower Records, etc.)? Why you steal the nightly deposit and take it to Atlantic City, of course. Or so confused outsider Lukas (Rory Cochrane) assumes. But after an uninspired - both visually and luck-wise - trip to the craps table, Lukas is forced to return empty handed and face the music (pun intended). However, lucky Lukas has the coolest boss in the whole world, and they get together with the rest of the Empire Records crew to fix the money problem and keep the store's capitalist pig owner and the threat of Music Town at bay.
Continue reading: Empire Records Review
The subjects of this film are the intertwined worlds of modeling, soap operas, and music videos in New York City, and given the nature of these industries, it is obvious from the beginning that the film's director (Tom DiCillo of Living in Oblivion fame) is setting us up for another stale commentary about the superficiality of these image industries with little actual plot to revolve around.
Continue reading: The Real Blonde Review
Corgan took to Instagram to confirm rumours of new Pumpkins material, saying the first songs could arrive as early as May.