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Monet Mazur Goes Shopping At The Grove

Monet Mazur - Monet Mazur goes shopping at The Grove in Hollywood with a friend - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 4th March 2015

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WGSN Global Fashion Awards

Monet Mazur - WGSN Global Fashion Awards held at the Victoria & Albert Museum - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 30th October 2013

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The Valentino Rodeo Drive Flagship Store Opening - Arrivals

Monet Mazur Tuesday 27th March 2012 The Valentino Rodeo Drive Flagship store opening - Arrivals

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Video - Monet Mazur Gets Hair Done For The Holidays


Actress Monet Mazur (Austin Powers; Just Married; Torque) leaving a hair salon in Los Angeles. She greets the photographers as she gets into her car and puts her shopping bags on the seat next to her.

Monet has also guest starred in various TV shows, including: NCIS: Los Angeles; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; Castle; Chuck and Cold Case

Dead Man Running Review


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Yet another retread of the Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, this London crime caper at least creates its setting well and has some colourful characters. But we've seen it all before.

Nick (Hassan) is an ex-criminal trying go straight so he can care for his wheelchair-bound mum (Blethyn). But New York gangster Thigo (Jackson), in the grip of the economic crisis, is calling in his loans. Now Nick has 24 hours to come up with ú100,000, or Thigo's goon (Davis) will kill both Nick and his mother. Nick's pal Bing (Dyer) offers to help, and they embark on an odyssey of underground fight clubs, fixed track-betting and drug deals in increasing desperation to round up the cash.

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Torque Review


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The tagline on the poster for Torque says nothing about motorcycles. It simply reads: "From the Producer of The Fast and the Furious, XXX, and S.W.A.T."

And a brand is born.

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Stoned Review


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The Rolling Stones' founder Brian Jones' drowning death in 1969 is another check mark in that long list of rock 'n' roll artists who died early and in their prime. His legacy as a musical genius aside, Jones is also remembered for his sartorial flamboyance and for his quintessential rocker's lifestyle of drugs, booze, and sex, all in big gulps.

It's at the shit end of excess that we find Jones (Leo Gregory) in Stephen Woolley's directorial debut, Stoned, which explores the rocker's final days, after he's alienated himself from his band, leading up to his mysterious drowning in the swimming pool of his country estate. Officially, the death was ruled an accident, but loose ends linger off the record, particularly with regard to Jones's relationship with Stones' manager, Tom Keylock (David Morrissey), and Frank Thorogood (Paddy Considine), a builder contracted to remodel Jones's estate. Woolley's movie runs on the notion that Thorogood was no mere working-class lackey, but a mole of sorts, employed by the Stones organization to keep daily tabs on Jones's erratic behavior.

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Monster-in-Law Review


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Somebody help me - I'm turning into Roger Ebert. The household film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times typically grades on a curve when it comes to Jennifer Lopez and her on-screen endeavors, bestowing favorable grades on films that colleagues (and crowds) have panned. Granted, every critic is entitled to their opinion, but Ebert's grades for Jersey Girl (three stars), The Cell (a perfect four stars) and Anaconda (three-and-a-half stars) seem generous to a fault.

I'm nowhere near ready to join Mr. Ebert on the J-Lo bandwagon (with her entourage, there might not be room), but I will defend the starlet's turn in Monster-In-Law. The film embraces the traditional romantic comedy formula Lopez routinely gravitates toward, but it's skillfully guided to a predetermined finish by director Robert Luketic (Legally Blonde), who kneads the doughy concoction like a prize-winning baker preparing a four-layer cake.

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The Learning Curve Review


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Surprisingly effective and well-made, this low-budget L.A.-gangster movie tells an interesting story and backs it up with credible performances from its leads.

The Learning Curve starts out sleepily enough, as new lovers Paul (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Georgia (Monet Mazur) look for a way to break out of permanent pennilessness by busting into a life as small-time hoods. Namely, they use Georgia's good looks to lure hapless men into compromising situations, then blackmail money out of them or simply beat them up for their wallets.

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Kiss The Bride Review


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Industry-wise, egomania is probably at its worst in Hollywood, where seemingly anyone with a connection can grab a camera and a few hundred thousand bucks, dust off a crappy screenplay they've written, and make an honest to God movie.

Kiss the Bride is the kind of vanity project that every Hollywood actor dreams of making, and when it's all said and done they wonder why it never got theatrical distribution.

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40 Days & 40 Nights Review


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One of the more gratifying feelings a movie critic can have is the feeling of going into a picture expecting tiresome clichés of an overplayed genre, only to discover delightfully surprising freshness and soul where all the hackneyed conventions usually are.

"40 Days and 40 Nights" is such a movie. Misleadingly marketed as just another misogynistic romp through the young male libido, this often ribald comedy about a frustrated 20-something giving up sex for Lent is what the puerile, simplistic "American Pie," "Tomcats" and "Saving Silverman" might have been, had they been made by people with imagination and wit.

Directed by Michael Lehmann -- the man behind the twisted teen angst and irony of the subversive '80s cult hit "Heathers" -- "40 Days" finds many new and inventive ways to make sexual frustration funny.

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Knightley Dates Brody


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British actress Keira Knightley has been enjoying a series of romantic dates with her latest co-star - OSCAR-winning actor Adrien Brody.

THE PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL star, 19, has become inseparable from her onscreen lover Brody, 30, whilst shooting THE JACKET in Scotland. This follows Knightley's recent split with model JAMIE DORNAN.

A movie insider says, "They are very close and spend a lot of time together."

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