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Morgan Woodward - 'Mansion Of Blood' premiere and awards ceremony at American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theatre - Arrivals at Egyptian Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 20th May 2015

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Jon Morgan Woodward, Mike Quiroga and Ray Quiroga - All Star Comedy Funny Fridays in North Hollywood at Ha Ha Cafe Comedy Club - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 7th March 2015

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Jon Morgan Woodward - Mark Sevier's Birthday Party at Norm's Restaurant - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 5th October 2014

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Atmosphere and Morgan Woodward Sunday 27th November 2011 The 80th Anniversary of The Hollywood Christmas Parade benefiting Marine Toys For Tots on Hollywood Boulevard Hollywood, Los Angeles

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The Killing Of A Chinese Bookie Review


Very Good
One of John Cassavetes' grittiest films, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, if nothing else, gives us Ben Gazzara in a virtuoso performance. His haughty strip club owner is full of sadness and great lines, and though his story is circuitous and overlong (particularly the 1976 original; the 1978 version is about half an hour shorter), it's got moxie. The dilemma at hand: Should the broke Gazzara kill a rival Chinese bookie in order to wipe out his own $23,000 gambling bet? Heavy stuff, but it takes its sweet sweet time in getting to the point.

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Which Way Is Up? Review


Weak
Decades before Eddie Murphy made his career comeback by playing a handful of different characters in The Nutty Professor, Richard Pryor showed how it was done in Which Way Is Up? And this isn't some kid-friendly piece of fluff like Murphy's recent productions. This is typical Pryor -- full of foul-mouthed trash talk that definitely had people cringing back in 1977 and still has them doing the same thing 25 years later.

Unfortunately, a pioneering performance idea and raunchy dialogue doesn't actually make the movie any good. The story follows a migrant farm worker named Leroy Jones (Pryor), who accidentally becomes selected for a management job and along his ride to the top he makes enemies of his former co-workers and friends, and finds his formerly sex-starved life filled with options. And wouldn't you know it, the only one which satisfies him is the local reverend's wife.

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It's Official: 'Deadpool 2' Is Coming In Summer 2018

It's Official: 'Deadpool 2' Is Coming In Summer 2018

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Chris Pratt On Kurt Russell: He's A True Master

Chris Pratt loved having Kurt Russell as his on-screen dad so much he asked him to take it on as a permanent role.

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