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Premiere of 'Really, Really' at the Manhattan Class Company Theater

Michael Cristofer, Jennifer Mudge and Chris Henry Coffey - Premiere of 'Really, Really' at the Manhattan Class Company Theater - New York City, NY, United States - Tuesday 19th February 2013

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Opening night of 'Cat On A Hot Tin Roof'

Michael Cristofer - Opening night of 'Cat On A Hot Tin Roof' New York City New York United States Thursday 17th January 2013

Picture - Stephen Belber, Michael Cristofer, David... , Sunday 14th October 2012

Stephen Belber, Michael Cristofer, David Wilson Barnes, Jennifer Mudge, Maxx Brewer, Angela Lewis and Lucie Tiberghien - Stephen Belber, Michael Cristofer, David Wilson Barnes, Jennifer Mudge, Maxx Brewer, Angela Lewis and Lucie Tiberghien Sunday 14th October 2012 Opening night after party for the MCC production of ‘Don’t Go Gentle’ at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

Picture - Michael Cristofer , Sunday 14th October 2012

Michael Cristofer Sunday 14th October 2012 Opening night after party for the MCC production of ‘Don’t Go Gentle’ at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

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Picture - Michael Cristofer and Robert LuPone , Sunday 14th October 2012

Michael Cristofer and Robert LuPone - Michael Cristofer and Robert LuPone Sunday 14th October 2012 Opening night after party for the MCC production of ‘Don’t Go Gentle’ at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

The Witches of Eastwick Review


OK
This 1980s sensation turned a lot of heads with its scandalous tale of Jack Nicholson -- playing the devil, or at least a devil -- who woos three shrewish women in the small town of Eastwick (think Salem, Massachusetts), turning them essentially into his whores. Ultimately this is a platform for Nicholson to bust loose with what might be his most gregarious performance ever, an over-the-top phantasmagoria that distracts you from the largely absent plot.

Original Sin Review


Unbearable
Depending on who you ask, the original sin was either the eating of the apple, the act of disobedience against God, or the act of betrayal. But in case you didn't know this, don't bother remembering it... the words "original sin" never come up in the movie of the same name, let alone the concept of it. The closest the film even gets to Catholicism is in its narrative (the story is told by Angelina Jolie to her priest while on death row in Cuba, circa 1900).

Regardless of its senseless title, Original Sin does actually have a plot (albeit one of the most mangled acts of screenwriting since The Art of War, based on the book Waltz Across Darkness). Boy (Antionio Banderas) places personal ad sometime around 1900, searching for a wife. Since this is a century ago, we narrowly dodge a remake of Green Card, only to find that the Girl (Jolie) faked her photo and is actually beautiful. Skipping a few moderately useless sex scenes (getting the question out of the way, yes, we get to see Angelina Jolie's breasts again), the Girl turns out to be a con artist, swindles Boy for his money, and heads for the hills.

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Gia Review


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Model goes bad, kills herself on drugs and the diseases that come with them. If you can muster some pity for poor Gia Carangi, a 1970s supermodel who died of AIDS at age 26, you'll enjoy Gia. Mainly, it's because of Jolie and her prodigious acting talents, even though she does come across as a bit cold. Overall, this is fine made-for-cable filmmaking, though it's hardly world-class.
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