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Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield - "A Salute to Old Hollywood Party" to Celebrate the Launch of BritWeek 2013 - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 23rd April 2013

Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield
Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield
Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills
Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills

Maxwell Caulfield and Dougie Poynter - Juliete Mills and Maxwell Caulfield., Tuesday 3rd July 2012 Chariots of Fire gala night at the Gielgud Theatre

Maxwell Caulfield and Dougie Poynter

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

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
Maxwell Caulfield and Juliet Mills

Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield - Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield London, England - The British Soap Awards 2009 held at BBC Television Centre - Red carpet arrivals Saturday 9th May 2009

Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield

Hannari: Geisha Modern Review


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As a follow-up to Arthur Golden's Memoirs of a Geisha -- a mesmerizing novel about a retired geisha looking back on her life's work -- and the extraordinary 2005 movie made of it, this documentary works well as an educative follow-up without the drama. Picking up on these dedicated ladies where the book and film left off, it details how they live and function now in modern-day Japan, hanging on by their kimono strap.

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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Empire Records Review


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"Don't let the Man get you down." That teen angst/rebellion catchphase that everybody understands but doesn't actually mean anything is Empire Records' most cherished line of dialogue, and it also nicely captures the film's theme: Rebellion is wonderful when it doesn't mean anything. Empire is not alone. A whole spat of teen films came out in the latter half of the 1990s, trying to represent the dissonant voice of the growing "alternative" movement (e.g. grunge, Nirvana, etc.): Reality Bites being the best example. But Empire manages overcome all the rest just by the sheer number of teen film tropes and stereotypes it is able to cram into one film.

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.

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The Real Blonde Review


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Daryl Hannah plays the titular character in The Real Blonde, which does not bode well, considering the fact that the last film in which Hannah had this distinction was 1993's Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. Nonetheless, the film manages to achieve a degree of respectability (far surpassing the debacle that was Attack of the 50 Foot Woman), but not much else.

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.

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