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God's Pocket Trailer


God's Pocket seems to be an ordinary working class neighbourhood at face value; full of people with ordinary jobs and ordinary families. However, a dark undertone begins to show when Mickey Scarpato's insane stepson Leon dies following a so-called accident at a construction site. Mickey wants people to believe he slipped and fell to his death (not that anybody cares that the town is short of a man like Leon), but Leon's mother Jeanie is desperate to know what really happened. While Mickey tries to comfort his wife, Jeanie is approached by a shameless reporter named Richard Shellburn who is also investigating any mystery behind the death. All Mickey wants is the body in the ground and a large debt of his to be repaid - but it looks like his life is about to get a whole lot more complicated.

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Not Fade Away - Trailer Trailer


A group of three best friends from a New Jersey suburbia set up a rock band in 1964 after seeing The Rolling Stones perform on television and enlist one boy, played by John Magaro, as the lead vocalist. He changes his look and defies his father who is unimpressed with his son's big ambitions; especially when he expresses a desire to move away to where rock music is the main scene. When the band receive a contract to play seven nights a week for six months, things start to take a chaotic turn when he starts getting involved with a girl, fighting with his band mates and struggling to maintain a relationship with his father.

'Not Fade Away' is named after a Buddy Holly song that The Rolling Stones covered in the same year the movie is set. It is a story about living in the moment; not worrying about the future and forgetting about the past, taking every positive opportunity available. It has been written and directed by the genius behind New Jersey mob series 'The Sopranos', David Chase, in his feature film directorial debut. This emotionally charged drama flick is set for release this winter on December 21st 2012.

Starring: John Magaro, Jack Huston, Will Brill, Bella Heathcote, Brad Garrett, Christopher McDonald, James Gandolfini, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Molly Price, Julia Garner, Lisa Lampanelli, Alex Veadov & Justine Lupe.

Molly Price Saturday 6th October 2012 The 50th New York Film Festival - 'Not Fade Away' - Premiere

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Molly Price Thursday 15th March 2012 Broadway opening night of 'Death Of A Salesman' at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre - Departures.

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Molly Price Sunday 5th June 2011 Opening night after party for the Signature Theatre Company production of 'The Illusion' held at the West Bank Cafe - Arrivals New York City, USA

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Molly Price and Stephen Spinella

Linda Emond, Bruce MacVittie, Michael Cristofer, Molly Price and Stephen Spinella - (L to R, front) Danielle Skraastad, Linda Emond, Michael Cristofer, K. Todd Freeman, Brenda Wehle and (L to R, back) Molly Price, Hettienne Park, Michael Esper Steven Pasquale, Stephen Spinella and Bruce MacVittie New York City, USA - attend 'The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures' cast photocall Wednesday 2nd March 2011

Linda Emond, Bruce Macvittie, Michael Cristofer, Molly Price and Stephen Spinella
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How Do You Know Review


Good

Brooks is back with another warm, smart romance along the lines of As Good As It Gets. The snappy characters are well-played by a strong cast, which makes it steadily entertaining even if it's not hugely believable.

Professional softball player Lisa (Witherspoon) and businessman Paul (Rudd) are strangers who are set up on a blind date by a mutual friend. But they discount the possibility of even meeting because Paul has become serious with his girlfriend (Conn) and Lisa is seeing a star baseball player (Wilson). Then their lives both take a turn. Lisa is cut from her team, and Paul becomes the target of a Federal investigation into the business he runs for his father (Nicholson). As their paths keep crossing, they begin to see each other in a different light.

As usual, Brooks writes extremely clever dialog that blends brainy sassiness and emotional resonance, and the film is packed with scenes in which characters have all kinds of lucid insight into the nature or relationships, usually in contrast to someone who's extremely clueless. The formula is a bit of a strain, but it keeps us engaged, mainly because the script crackles with hilariously incisive one-liners and comical gags.

And the cast members all play their roles as if they're sliding into comfy slippers. Witherspoon and Wilson are funny and laid back as well as effortlessly astute and oblivious, respectively. Rudd is breezy and adorable even as his life is flooded with sadness. Nicholson squirms a bit in an against-type role but comes up with some fine comical moments. And everyone is hugely likeable, even when two of them do rather nasty things to the other two.

Although actually they only think nasty thoughts, because the film never gets very down and dirty about the story's dark corners. It's one of those films that skims happily across the surface while making pointed observations that catch us off guard because they seem to reveal something about the nature of relationships. This leaves us feeling warm and thoughtful, even if the film ultimately fades from memory in about the time it takes for the lights to come up in the cinema.

How Do You Know Trailer


Since being cut from the USA softball team Lisa hasn't been having the best time of it, her relationship with her professional baseball pitcher boyfriend isn't as strong as she'd like and there's not much else going on in her life; until she meets George in a lift, George is instantly infatuated with the beautiful Lisa and so begins a love triangle, but who'll win out? The business man in the middle of a crisis or the baseball player?

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Kiss Me Guido Review


Weak
The tagline of this movie, and I'm not making this up, is this: "When he answered the ad for a roommate he thought that 'GWM' meant... 'Guy With Money?'" They printed that on hundreds -- nay, thousands of posters. That's supposed to get you to want to watch this movie. That's supposed to make you laugh. Sadly, the rest of Kiss Me Guido is as dumb as its tagline. Essentially this is an "I didn't know my new roommate was super-gay!" story, a plot so thin it couldn't even carry a half-hour sitcom. Sadly, the rest of the movie is no more memorable, so this is one you should probably forget.
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God's Pocket Trailer

God's Pocket Trailer

God's Pocket seems to be an ordinary working class neighbourhood at face value; full of...

Not Fade Away - Trailer Trailer

Not Fade Away - Trailer Trailer

A group of three best friends from a New Jersey suburbia set up a rock...

How Do You Know Movie Review

How Do You Know Movie Review

Brooks is back with another warm, smart romance along the lines of As Good As...

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How Do You Know Trailer

How Do You Know Trailer

Since being cut from the USA softball team Lisa hasn't been having the best time...

The Life Before Her Eyes Trailer

The Life Before Her Eyes Trailer

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