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Los Angeles Premier of Manny - Arrivals

Michael Buffer - Los Angeles Premier of Manny - Arrivals at TCL Chinese Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 20th January 2015

LA Premiere of 'Manny'

Michael Buffer - A variety of celebrities were photographed as they attended the Los Angeles Premiere Of "Manny" which was held at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, United States - Wednesday 21st January 2015

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Michael Buffer

"Grudge Match" New York Screening

Christine Buffer and Michael Buffer - "Grudge Match" New York Screening - Red Carpet Arrivals - Manhattan, New York, United States - Tuesday 17th December 2013

Christine Buffer and Michael Buffer
Christine Buffer and Michael Buffer

Screening Benefiting The Tribeca Film Insititute of 'Grudge Match'

Michael Buffer - Screening Benefiting The Tribeca Film Insititute of 'Grudge Match' - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 16th December 2013

HBO's Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Post Award Reception

Michael Buffer and Christine Buffer - HBO's Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Post Award Reception at The Plaza at the Pacific Design Center - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd September 2013

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The L.A. Riot Spectacular Review


Grim
A film that works overtime to offend each and every ethnic group and economic class that makes up the smoggy purgatory of Los Angeles while simultaneously patting itself on the back for being so putatively daring, The L.A. Riot Spectacular is a cynical exercise in erstwhile satire that's all the more frustrating for the wasted opportunity it represents.

Like a series of linked MAD TV skits done without regard to network censors - the humor is about that intelligent - the film presents the 1992 Rodney King beating and subsequent riots as a grand comic opera of greed and stupidity, going after everybody involved with equal vigor. One can get a feel for how writer/director Marc Klasfeld intends to approach his subject a few minutes in, when the car chase and police beating of King (T.K. Carter) is done as a jokey game, with a police helicopter pilot serving as the announcer ("and they're off!"), while the cops themselves, having pulled King over, place beats over the ethnicity of the guy inside. Then Snoop Dogg shows up - serving, appropriately enough, as the film's narrator and chorus - to introduce the film proper, while fireworks go off behind him.

Continue reading: The L.A. Riot Spectacular Review

The L.A. Riot Spectacular Review


Grim
A film that works overtime to offend each and every ethnic group and economic class that makes up the smoggy purgatory of Los Angeles while simultaneously patting itself on the back for being so putatively daring, The L.A. Riot Spectacular is a cynical exercise in erstwhile satire that's all the more frustrating for the wasted opportunity it represents.

Like a series of linked MAD TV skits done without regard to network censors - the humor is about that intelligent - the film presents the 1992 Rodney King beating and subsequent riots as a grand comic opera of greed and stupidity, going after everybody involved with equal vigor. One can get a feel for how writer/director Marc Klasfeld intends to approach his subject a few minutes in, when the car chase and police beating of King (T.K. Carter) is done as a jokey game, with a police helicopter pilot serving as the announcer ("and they're off!"), while the cops themselves, having pulled King over, place beats over the ethnicity of the guy inside. Then Snoop Dogg shows up - serving, appropriately enough, as the film's narrator and chorus - to introduce the film proper, while fireworks go off behind him.

Continue reading: The L.A. Riot Spectacular Review

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