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Michelle Trachtenberg - 4th Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 19th June 2014

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Video - Michelle Trachtenberg Ignores Photographers Discussing Voting After Leaving Hair Salon


'Gossip Girl' actress Michelle Trachtenberg ignores photographers as she rushes to her Range Rover after leaving 'Salon Benjamin' in West Hollywood. The paparazzi can be heard enthusiastically asking each other if they have voted in the presidential elections. It doesn't look like Miss Trachtenberg has gone for anything drastic at the hair salon as her hair looks just as dark and sleek as usual, but then she has only recently dyed her mousy locks that ultra-dark colour.

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Video - A Sneak Peak At The 'Gossip Girl' Set With All The Main Cast


Chace Crawford drinks a coffee and chats to the film crew during a break in filming as he prepares to film a scene with Leighton Meester on the set of 'Gossip Girl' in Manhattan.

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Michelle Trachtenberg - Michelle Trachtenberg, Tuesday 17th July 2012 The Dark Knight Rises World Premiere - Outside Arrivals

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Michelle Trachtenberg - Michael McPartland and Michelle Trachtenberg Sunday 6th May 2012 The 2012

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Michelle Trachtenberg Monday 12th September 2011 Alice and Olivia by Stacey Bendet Spring/Summer2012 Presentation at the Highline Stages New York City, USA

Take Me Home Tonight Review


OK
He built his name on That '70s Show, and now Topher Grace stars in, produces and came up with the story for what should have been called That '80s Movie.

Clearly, the intention was to recreate the vibe of 1983's freewheeling romp Risky Business. And while it's good fun, it's also forgettable.

Matt (Grace) was a high-achiever in the class of 1984. He's just earned a top four-year engineering degree from MIT, but has no idea what to do with the rest of his life. Then one day he bumps into his high school crush Tori (Palmer) and pretends to be a successful banker. Soon he's invited to a cool party at the home of Kyle (Pratt), the hard-partying boyfriend of Matt's twin sister Wendy (Faris). And when Matt's goofy pal Barry (Fogler) tags along, it becomes clear that trouble won't be too far behind.

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Cop Out Review


Good
Trying to make up for a lack of genuine wit, this film adopts a frenetic pace with a constant stream of jokes and action. The result is watchable, occasionally funny and instantly forgettable.

Cops Jimmy and Paul (Willis and Morgan) have been partners for nine years but, after a chase goes horribly wrong, they're suspended for a month. While Paul suspects his wife (Jones) of infidelity, Jimmy's daughter (Trachtenberg) is planning an extravagant wedding. To pay for it, Jimmy decides to sell a valuable baseball card, which is promptly stolen by a low-life goon (Scott) and passed on to a murderous gangster (Diaz). So Jimmy calls Paul to help him get it back. It's not like they have anything better to do.

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17 Again Review


Excellent
Zac Efron takes a lot of heat for singing high-pitched tunes and prancing around on basketball courts in the High School Musical movies, but in 17 Again he finally gets to prove that he's more than Disney's poster boy. Here, he plays Mike O'Donnell, a 17-year-old high school senior with a basketball scholarship on the horizon (not exactly a stretch for the actor). When he discovers that his girlfriend, Scarlett, is pregnant, he finds himself having to choose between marrying her and pursuing college athletics. He chooses the girl.

That was back in 1989. Twenty years later, Mike (now Matthew Perry) finds himself regretting some of those choices. He's now in his thirties, and life has fallen apart. He hates his dead-end job and wishes he would have gone to college. His two teenage kids (Michelle Trachtenberg and Sterling Knight) have nothing to do with him, and Scarlett (Leslie Mann) is in the process of divorcing him. All the while, his nerdy best friend, Ned (Thomas Lennon), has become an inventor and has more money than he knows what to do with. If only Mike could turn back the clock.

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Beautiful Ohio Review


Very Good
It's virtually impossible to watch Beautiful Ohio without films like The Ice Storm and The Squid and the Whale unspooling in your mind at the same time. That's not a criticism; it's a tip of the hat to first-time director (and actor and brother of Rob, and ex-husband of Hilary Swank) Chad Lowe, who takes an intelligent Ethan Canin script about a troubled family and gives it just enough early-'70s period piece touches to make it the equal of the aforementioned earlier films.

The Messerman family of suburban Ohio, circa 1973, is a little bit weird. Dad Simon (William Hurt) is a frustrated intellectual who earns a living as an insurance salesman but fancies himself as a great mind and is prone to speaking in brilliant quotations from geniuses of the past. His wife Judith (Rita Wilson) is just as enamored of her own intellect and has a deep love of classical music. Their older son Clive (David Call) is a supersmart math geek/long-haired hippie who breezes through statewide math competitions without even giving a damn. He's more into sparking up bongs in his bedroom with his luscious girlfriend Sandra (Michelle Trachtenberg) and his best friend Elliot (Hale Appleman), with whom he shares a secret language. Somewhat lost in the shuffle is the younger teenage son, William (Brett Davern), who is both amused and put off by his family's eccentric behavior.

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Inspector Gadget Review


Bad
I'll admit to watching the early 1980s' Inspector Gadget cartoon, and probably far too late in life.

Looks like now I'm waaaaay too old for this kind of thing, but judging by the mute stares of the many children in our advance screening audience, maybe they are too.

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Eurotrip Review


Good
Who would've thought, in this dreary month of studio-dumped product, that true joy could come in the form of Vinnie Jones and a busload of football hooligans barreling down a French highway in the wrong lane with Vinnie screaming, "Piss off! Drive on the right side of the road!" Well, me neither, but nonetheless Eurotrip manages to be that oddly rare quantity these days: the actually enjoyable stupid comedy.

Starring a bunch of nobodies, leavened with a few clever star cameos, and written and directed by guys you've never heard of, Eurotrip wastes no time with the setup and getting its young stars to Europe. Upon graduating from high school, Scotty (Scott Mechlowicz) gets dumped by his girlfriend (Smallville's Kristen Kreuk), who then makes out with the lead singer of the band playing at the graduation party (an oddly-placed Matt Damon, lip-synching a song called "Scotty Doesn't Know"). Simultaneously, Scotty discovers that his German e-mail pen pal, whom he thought was a guy, is actually an extremely hot blonde. Unfortunately, drunk and despondent, he has just told her to stop writing (thinking it was a guy coming on to him). Spiritually devastated, Scotty decides to head across the Atlantic with his friends - requisite crazy guy Cooper (Jacob Pitts), nerd Jamie (Travis Wester), and Jamie's tomboy sister (Michelle Trachtenberg) - to seek the Aryan beauty of his dreams.

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Mysterious Skin Review


Excellent
The summer I was eight years old, five hours disappeared from my life. Five hours, lost, gone without a trace...

Those are the first words spoken in Mysterious Skin, and they come from Brian Lackey (Brady Corbet), a distressed 18 year-old, born and raised in a small Kansas community. The last thing he remembers about that night is rainfall interrupting his softball game, and then waking up at home with a nosebleed, five hours later. Plagued by unexplainable nightmares, blackouts, and more nosebleeds, Brain is convinced aliens abducted him during those mysterious five hours of his youth...

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Take Me Home Tonight Movie Review

Take Me Home Tonight Movie Review

He built his name on That '70s Show, and now Topher Grace stars in, produces...

Cop Out Movie Review

Cop Out Movie Review

Trying to make up for a lack of genuine wit, this film adopts a frenetic...

Cop Out Trailer

Cop Out Trailer

Watch the trailer for Cop Out Veteran detective Jimmy Monroe and his partner Paul Hodges...

Black Christmas (2006) Movie Review

Black Christmas (2006) Movie Review

On a yearly basis, Hollywood tries to profit from the holidays. This year, Tinsletown released...

Ice Princess Movie Review

Ice Princess Movie Review

Michelle Trachtenberg obviously hasn't read the teen star career-progression handbook. It goes: TV series, princess...

Inspector Gadget Movie Review

Inspector Gadget Movie Review

I'll admit to watching the early 1980s' Inspector Gadget cartoon, and probably far too late...

Eurotrip Movie Review

Eurotrip Movie Review

Who would've thought, in this dreary month of studio-dumped product, that true joy could come...

Mysterious Skin Movie Review

Mysterious Skin Movie Review

The summer I was eight years old, five hours disappeared from my life. Five hours,...

Snow Day Movie Review

Snow Day Movie Review

It's tough for a Texas boy to relate to the concept of a snow day....

Ice Princess Movie Review

Ice Princess Movie Review

A pretty high-school science geek with a penchant forfigure skating uses physics to land a...

Inspector Gadget Movie Review

Inspector Gadget Movie Review

Disney has made a habit lately of leading funny TV shows to the slaughter by...

Snow Day Movie Review

Snow Day Movie Review

Somehow, the kid movie genre made it all the way to 2000 without a feature...

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