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The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' 22nd Annual Hall of Fame Induction Gala

Ned Vaughn and Gabrielle Carteris - The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' 22nd Annual Hall of Fame Induction Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel - Arrivals - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 11th March 2013

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19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations Announcement at the Pacific Design Center

Ned Vaughn, Taye Diggs and Busy Phillips - Ned Vaughn, Taye Diggs, Busy Phillips Wednesday 12th December 2012 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations Announcement at the Pacific Design Center

Ned Vaughn, Taye Diggs and Busy Phillips

19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations Announcement at the Pacific Design Center

Ned Vaughn, Busy Philipps and Taye Diggs - Ned Vaughn, Busy Philipps,Taye Diggs Wednesday 12th December 2012 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations Announcement at the Pacific Design Center

19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations Announcement at the Pacific Design Center

Ned Vaughn Wednesday 12th December 2012 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations Announcement at the Pacific Design Center

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The Climb Review


Weak
I don't mean to laugh, but when you put Dabney Coleman and Todd Bridges in a movie, you gotta chuckle a little bit.

But this is no piece of pop culture camp -- this is a serious melodrama about mountainclimbing and God, courtesy of World Wide Pictures, aka The Motion Picture Ministry of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Unbeknownst to me, Billy's quite a movie producer -- with such recent titles as Something to Sing About and the Rat Race-takeoff Road to Redemption.

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Night Scream Review


Terrible
The only screams likely to be incurred by this film are from an angry parent yelling at a kid to immediately put this video back on the shelf at the local Blockbuster. For anyone who dreams that the TV show Full House had never went off the air, this movie's for you, as show star Candace Cameron Bure (all growed up and married!) stars as a fat-faced girl caught up in a conspiracy/ghost story involving a dead daughter and small town politics. Extremely, horribly dull, and entertaining only for sheer camp value -- and hey, those fade-to-black sequences every 12 minutes (this was a Hallmark movie of the week back in 1997) make those bathroom breaks so much simpler.

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