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The 42nd Daytime Emmy Awards

Meredith Scott Lynn - The 42nd Daytime Emmy Awards held at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California at Daytime Emmy Awards, Emmy Awards - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 27th April 2015

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Picture - Meredith Scott Lynn and Chris... , Saturday 13th October 2012

Meredith Scott Lynn and Chris Colfer - Meredith Scott Lynn and Chris Colfer Saturday 13th October 2012 Premiere Screening of FX's 'American Horror Story: Asylum' - After Party

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Vamps Trailer


Stacey and Goody are two vampires cursed to remain young and beautiful forever after being bitten and changed in the 19th Century. Whilst they have dated numerous men in the past, they still prove to be putty in the hands of love when Stacey falls for the son of the notorious vampire hunter Dr Van Helsing. Joey Van Helsing is equally as taken with her as she is with him, however his father immediately knows Stacey's secret and tries to warn Joey but to no avail. He gets together an angry mob of hunters who threaten to expose the coffin-lounging lady vamps to the sunlight they hate so much - always being slaves to the night when they spend their time partying. When Goody meets her dream man from years ago, both girls are faced with a choice: eternal immortality or love.

This side-splitting Rom Com is a brilliantly light-hearted take on the classic vampire; the perfect comic relief after the serious subject matter of modern vamp stories 'Twilight', 'True Blood' and 'Vampire Diaries'. It has been directed and written by Amy Heckerling; the writer of high-school parody series 'Clueless' and movies 'Loser' and 'Look Who's Talking' and has the same hilarious style of humour that has captured audiences since the '90s. 'Vamps' is set for release on November 2nd 2012 in the USA.

Starring: Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Richard Lewis, Sigourney Weaver, Wallace Shawn, Justin Kirk, Malcolm McDowell, Zak Orth, Marilu Henner, Scott Thomson, Todd Barry, Kristen Johnston, Natalie Gal, Meredith Scott Lynn, Joel Michaely and Dan Stevens.

Picture - Meredith Scott Lynn , Tuesday 5th June 2012

Meredith Scott Lynn Tuesday 5th June 2012 The Los Angeles premiere of 'For The Love Of Money' held at The Writers Guild Theater

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Picture - Meredith Scott Lynn, Michael Benyaer , Tuesday 5th June 2012

Meredith Scott Lynn - Meredith Scott Lynn, Michael Benyaer Tuesday 5th June 2012 The Los Angeles premiere of 'For The Love Of Money' held at The Writers Guild Theater

Finishing The Game Review


Good
Finishing the Game is a big fun goof, a gift from leading Asian-American director Justin Lin to all his actor buddies. Everyone from Ron Jeremy to the voice of George Takei puts in an appearance. Clocking in at a brisk 82 minutes (the DVD includes 20 minutes of subplots that Lin wisely chopped out of the final cut), it's one gag after another all the way through.

Set in 1978 and featuring a porntastic wocka-wocka-wocka guitar-driven soundtrack straight out of Shaft, the movie drops us into a smoggy Hollywood, where first-time director Ronney (Jake Sandvig) is setting out to complete The Game of Death, Bruce Lee's unfinished masterpiece. His goal is to shoot additional footage and splice it all together to help his producer dad make money off the Bruce Lee footage he's acquired.

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Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss Review


OK
So you've got Billy (Hayes), a hapless romantic gay photographer, who just can't meet the right guy--and along comes maybe-straight-maybe-gay Gabriel (Rowe). Turns out Will & Grace's Sean P. Hayes can play a gay guy who isn't gratingly obnoxious, but ultimately, Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss turns out to be little more than a peck on the cheek. Great opening, lost me about 2/3 of the way in.

I Love You, Don't Touch Me! Review


Extraordinary
What do you get when you take a hopeless romantic virgin and dip her into the strange world of overly frank, modern ('90s) sexuality? I Love You, Don't Touch Me! -- a refreshingly fun, frequently provocative flick that leaves you feeling strangely warm despite its raunchy revelry.

Marla Schaffel plays Katie, a 25 year-old struggling singer in Los Angeles who's more "in love with love" than into having an actual relationship. Ever since the two-timing of her first love, she's dated a litany of "trolls, perverts, or liars," while clinging to an infatuated friend, Ben (Mitchell Whitfield).

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Standing on Fishes Review


OK
OK, this is odd. What business do two unknown actors have making a highfalutin vanity project? From the writing/directing/acting team of Meredith Scott Lynn (you'd recognize her as a frequent supporting actress if you saw her) and Bradford Tatum (you wouldn't) comes this oddball comedy about relationships and prosthetic vaginas.

Seriously.

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Forces Of Nature Review


Weak

I just can't figure out what I think about "Forcesof Nature."

The most stylistically creative romantic comedy in recentmemory, at times it's downright experimental with, for instance, two computer-enhancedstorm scenes in which raindrops fall in slow motion while everything elseruns at normal speed.

The film has a distinctive look, with bold photography,unblushing close-ups and a potent, tropical color palette. And Sandra Bullockgives the best performance of her career as an droll, carpe diemkind of girl, living life by the seat of her pants as a way of denyingher damaged-goods background of hard knocks that she can't seem to shake.

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