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Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2016

Melissa George - Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2016 held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 28th February 2016

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NBCUniversal TCA Press Day Winter 2016

Melissa George - 2016 Winter TCA Tour - NBCUniversal Press Tour at Langham Hotel - Arrivals at Langham Huntington Hotel - Pasadena, California, United States - Wednesday 13th January 2016

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InStyle And Warner Bros 73rd Annual Golden Globes Post-Party

Melissa George - InStyle and Warner Bros 73rd Annual Golden Globes Post-Party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel at beverly Hilton - Beverly Hills, CA, Golden Globes, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 11th January 2016

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NBC Upfront 2015

Melissa George - NBC Upfront 2015 at Radio City - New York, New York, United States - Monday 11th May 2015

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Entertainment Weekly And PEOPLE Party

Melissa George - Entertainment Weekly And PEOPLE Celebrate The New York Upfronts - Arrivals - Manhattan, New York, United States - Tuesday 12th May 2015

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Video - Ice-T Brings Along Wife Coco To 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation - Part 2


Rap legend Ice T, who stars in 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit', was spotted arriving on the red carpet at the 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation held at Radio City Music Hall in New York alongside his curvaceous wife Coco Austin.

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Felony Trailer


Malcom Toohey is a highly respected detective who lives life by the book, and tries to help as many people as he can along the way. All this gets upended, however, when he accidentally knocks down a child in the road with his car leaving him in a coma. He calls from an ambulance, but from the moment he fails to admit he was the one who struck the child with his vehicle, he thrusts himself into a whirlwind of lies, corruption and suspicion. His boss, Detective Carl Summer, is behind him, reluctant to reveal what really happened and convincing his team that Malcolm is innocent of any crime. However, one colleague refuses to let the matter lie and goes about trying to prove Malcolm's guilt, leaving Malcolm desperate to come clean before he is exposed, despite Carl's protestations.

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Melissa George Hates Talking About 'Home And Away'


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Melissa George may find herself getting angry at the mere mention of recently terminated BBC spy show Hunted after the viewing audience fell almost by half over the course of the series.

The former Aussie soapstar has reportedly been feeling a little touchy in recent interviews when questions about her Home and Away roots have been brought up. She lost her temper on Australia's The Morning Show earlier this month after being asked about it and slated the country's press saying: "I don't need credibility from my country any more, I just need them all to be quiet. If they have nothing intelligent to say, please don't speak to me anymore." She also added that felt she deserved respect for her hard work in the acting business. "My next call will be to Home and Away to ask them to pay me because nobody does more promotion for that f***ing show than me," she insisted. 

This wasn't the only time she has shocked the media with her dismissal of her previous work. In a transcript of a telephone interview with mX, she apparently hung up the phone after being asked: "Do you get a lot of Home and Away questions when you're back in Australia?" Since the soap she has starred in numerous TV shows and movies including The Amityville Horror, 30 Days of Night, Alias, Grey's Anatomy and most recently the British espionage drama Hunted where she played undercover spy Samantha Hunter. Given that the ratings for that show fell dramatically over just six episodes, from 4.5 million viewers to 2.6 million, and any chance of a second series has been scrapped, one has to wonder if this action drama flop is enough to cause further embarrassment for the actress.

A Lonely Place To Die Review


Excellent
Stunning locations in the Scottish Highlands add a professional sheen to this intense, rather nasty thriller. And a focussed, personal approach makes it thoroughly involving, charging up both the suspense and emotions.

Five friends are hiking in the wilderness when they discover a young girl, Anna (Boyd), buried in a box. The most adept climbers (George and Newman) go for help following a shortcut that involves a dangerous descent, while the others (Speleers, Magowan and Sweeney) take Anna on a safer route. But they're being chased by a pair of merciless killers (Harris and McCole) who need to get Anna back so they can collect ransom money from a shady Eastern European (Roden).

And as things turn very violent, everyone gets increasingly desperate to survive.

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Triangle Review


Very Good
British filmmaker Smith (Severance) comes up with an effectively disorienting premise that consistently keeps us both unsettled and unsure what might happen next. It may be a bit vague for some viewers, but others will love it.

Jess (George) is clearly having a bad morning when she joins her friend Greg (Dorman) for a day trip on his gorgeous sailboat with his friends Sally and Downey (Carpani and Nixon), their friend Heather (Lung) and Greg's shipmate Victor (Hemsworth). After a sudden freak storm, they are rescued by an ocean liner that seems to be utterly empty. Except that they start dying one by one.

Sort of. And Jess is the only one who has an inkling that she may be able to stop the cycle of violence.

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Triangle Trailer


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The Limey Review


Good
Part of me feels like I didn't really get The Limey. Though it's a spare 85 minutes, director Steven Soderbergh always has a trick or two up his sleeve, and I was sure some twists were in store for me.

Witness Out of Sight, with criminal and cop falling into an unlikely romance. Witness Sex, Lies, and Videotape, which broke the indie film scene wide open. Witness Schizopolis - you know, all of it.

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Bring It On Review


Weak
There's a point about 35 minutes into Bring It On where you suddenly realize you're sitting in a movie theater, watching Bring It On, wondering exactly how the hell the events in your life conspired to put your ass in an uncomfortable movie theater seat... to watch Bring It On. But soon you give up, knowing there is no answer to this dilemma, and you resign yourself to watching the next hour of Bring It On, knowing full well that since it's a PG-13 movie, nothing scandalous is ever going to happen to make it interesting.

Going in to this movie, I knew full well it was, well, a movie about cheerleading, so I wasn't expecting another American Beauty (which, now that I think of it, was partly about cheerleading, but anyway...). Suffice it to say that my expectations were low. And sure enough, Bring It On is an utterly vapid film with horrendous character development, hackneyed dialogue, and a questionable theme. No surprise there. Essentially it is Fame in short skirts.

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Sugar & Spice Review


Terrible
We all have a threshold of tolerance. With Sugar & Spice, it took about 30 seconds before this was breached for me. A gaggle of five bright smiling high school cheerleaders are introduced through cute snapshot close-ups which describe each of them with such monikers as "the Brain," "the Virgin," and "the Mastermind." The pop-fizz music, pretty-ninny faces, and anorexic bodies immediately shouted: This is not your kind of movie.

I'm willing to accept that. The teenybopper genre is meant to appeal to a younger, less cynical audience. However, it's painful to think that a high school crowd might actually flock to this irresponsible goofball comedy about the ditzy blonde captain of the cheerleader quad, Diane (Marley Shelton), who marries the star quarterback (James Marsden, X-Men) and is pregnant with his baby. Perhaps I'm underestimating teen standards. I sure hope so.

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The Amityville Horror Review


Bad
The original "Amityville Horror"bored critics in 1979, but created a box office bonanza and spawned sevensequels.

Now the studios have commissioned a straight-ahead remake.After all, why go to the bother of writing new stories, or for that matter,coming up with material for another sequel? This way no one needs to thinkof anything at all.

Written by Scott Kosar (the 2003 "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"remake), the new "Amityville Horror" begins in 1974 with a flashbackto the catalyst murders, steeped in darkness and lit by intermittent, flickeringflashes of lightning.

A year later, the Lutz family moves into the creepy housewith the big eye-like windows. George (RyanReynolds) is the second husband of Kathy (MelissaGeorge), who has three children from a previous marriage.

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Felony Trailer

Felony Trailer

Malcom Toohey is a highly respected detective who lives life by the book, and tries...

A Lonely Place To Die Movie Review

A Lonely Place To Die Movie Review

Stunning locations in the Scottish Highlands add a professional sheen to this intense, rather nasty...

Triangle Movie Review

Triangle Movie Review

British filmmaker Smith (Severance) comes up with an effectively disorienting premise that consistently keeps us...

Triangle Trailer

Triangle Trailer

Watch the trailer for Triangle. Triangle is a psychological thriller from Christopher Smith, the director...

WAZ Trailer

WAZ Trailer

WAZ Trailer w?z = Cov (w,z) = ßwzVz WAS is an intense psychological thriller starring...

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30 Days Of Night Movie Review

30 Days Of Night Movie Review

30 Days of Night amounts to two hours of missed opportunities.Director David Slade crams Steve...

Music Within, Trailer Trailer

Music Within, Trailer Trailer

Music Within Trailer Cast: Ron Livingston, Melissa George, Michael Sheen, Yul Vazquez Richard Pimentel (Ron...

30 Days Of Night, Trailer Trailer

30 Days Of Night, Trailer Trailer

30 Days Of Night Trailer For 30 days every winter, the isolated town of Barrow,...

Turistas Movie Review

Turistas Movie Review

A tradesman in the ways of directing half-naked women, director John Stockwell has his hands...

Turistas Movie Review

Turistas Movie Review

A tradesman in the ways of directing half-naked women, director John Stockwell has his hands...

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Derailed Movie Review

Derailed Movie Review

During a recent interview, Derailed star Jennifer Aniston admitted that a close friend figured out...

The Limey Movie Review

The Limey Movie Review

Part of me feels like I didn't really get The Limey. Though it's a...

The Amityville Horror (2005) Movie Review

The Amityville Horror (2005) Movie Review

Don't let the blaring "based on a true story" PR fool you - the newest...

Bring It On Movie Review

Bring It On Movie Review

There's a point about 35 minutes into Bring It On where you suddenly realize you're...

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