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Los Angeles Premiere of Linsanity

Michelle Krusiec - Los Angeles Premiere of 'Linsanity' at TCL Chinese Theatre - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Thursday 19th September 2013

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Video - Knife Fight Stars Jamie Chung, Rob Lowe And Michelle Krusiec Hit The Red Carpet


The stars of upcoming movie drama Knife Fight make their appearance at the premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, New York. Among them were Jamie Chung (Suckerpunch, Hangover 2), Rob Lowe (The West Wing, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Michelle Krusiec (What Happens In Vegas), Eric McCormack (Will and Grace), Jennifer Morrison (House) and Richard Schiff (The West Wing, The Lost World: Jurassic Park).

Jamie looks stunning in a classy black number, while current Channel 5 fantasy series Once Upon A Time star Jennifer Morrison has dyed her blonde locks red

2012 Tribeca Film Festival - 'Knife Fight' premiere - Arrivals

Michelle Krusiec and Tribeca Film Festival - Michelle Krusiec, Wednesday 25th April 2012 2012 Tribeca Film Festival - 'Knife Fight' premiere - Arrivals

Michelle Krusiec and Tribeca Film Festival
Michelle Krusiec and Tribeca Film Festival
Michelle Krusiec and Tribeca Film Festival
Michelle Krusiec and Tribeca Film Festival
Michelle Krusiec and Tribeca Film Festival

Los Angeles premiere of 'What Happens In Vegas' held at the Mann Village Theatre

Michelle Krusiec Thursday 1st May 2008 Los Angeles premiere of 'What Happens In Vegas' held at the Mann Village Theatre Westwood, California

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Nanking Review


Excellent
Four years before Pearl Harbor, Japan was already on the march in China, grabbing territory in its quest for imperial expansion. After Shanghai fell, Japanese troops set their sights on Nanking, the capital of China at the time. It was just 160 miles up the Yangtze River.

The events later known as the rape of Nanking happened quickly, over just six horrific weeks at the end of 1937 and into 1938, and because the city was so cut off at the time and the war went on for eight more years, much of the story went untold for decades. It wasn't until writer Iris Chang documented the tragedy in her 1998 book The Rape of Nanking that the true scope of the horror was made apparent. It was that book that inspired Nanking, a highly effective documentary that uses interesting techniques to tell its remarkable story.

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Saving Face Review


Good
Because it's playing in the art house circuit and most of the dialogue is Chinese, Saving Face isn't going to make a dime. Too bad: It's a pleasant romantic comedy (produced by Will Smith) with a few tweaks thrown in: a lesbian couple here, a pregnant 48-year-old there. The movie gives the formula a good shake, without being faux edgy or having the charm fall to the bottom.

Wil (Michelle Krusiec) is a young surgeon not feeling New York's liberal vibe. Her widowed mother (a long-lost Joan Chen) hounds Wil to find a husband, working her circuit of gossipy Chinese friends to find suitors. For Wil, a lesbian, it's a waste of time except that in her tradition-abiding family, she must do what is expected.

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Daddy Day Care Review


Weak

There's a delightful surprise before the opening credits of "Daddy Day Care" -- a very funny CGI-animated short about tadpoles and peer pressure called "Late Bloomers."

The movie itself doesn't demonstrate half the creativity crammed into that four-minute cartoon. But it's not bad either.

Eddie Murphy stars as a workaholic ad exec sacked from his job (for promoting a kids' cereal called Veggie-Os) and saddled with taking care of his 4-year-old son (cute, uncommonly sad-eyed wisecracker Khamani Griffin) while his wife (Regina Hall) becomes the breadwinner, going back to work as a lawyer. But apparently she's a woefully underpaid lawyer because to make ends meet, Murphy turns their home into a day care center and enlists a couple laid-off buddies (pratfalling heavyweight Jeff Garlin and scatty sci-fi geek Steve Zahn) to help.

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Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd Review


Hmmm

"Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd" couldn't be dumberer if Harry and Lloyd had written the script themselves.

A cash-in prequel to 1994's guilty-pleasure gross-out comedy starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as two low-IQ nincompoops on a cross-country trip, this movie is an obtuse, half-assed, meandering, slapped-together, pointless and nearly plotless journey back to the high school days of the same two dolts.

Twenty-something actors Derek Richardson (aping Daniels' blank stare and frazzled Einstein hair) and Eric Christian Olsen (doing a sporadically passable Carrey impression, with the character's bowl haircut and chipped tooth) don't have much to work with as Harry and Lloyd. Having been co-written and absentee-directed by Troy Miller ("Jack Frost"), "Dumberer" has no hint of the low-brow wit of the first movie -- which was the debut of the writing-directing Farrelly Brothers ("There's Something About Mary").

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