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"Despicable Me 2" - Los Angeles Premiere

Oded Fehr - Premiere of Universal Pictures' 'Despicable Me 2' at the Gibson Amphitheatre - Universal City, California, United States - Saturday 22nd June 2013

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Resident Evil: Retribution - Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

Oded Fehr Wednesday 12th September 2012 Resident Evil: Retribution - Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

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The Los Angeles Premiere Of 'For The Love Of Money' Held At The Writers Guild Theater

Oded Fehr Tuesday 5th June 2012 The Los Angeles premiere of 'For The Love Of Money' held at The Writers Guild Theater

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Resident Evil: Retribution Trailer


International pharmaceutical company The Umbrella Corporation's deadly T-virus - initially designed to dramatically alter living and recently dead organisms - continues its rapid spread throughout the world, turning everyone in its path to flesh eating zombies, after it was released from the company's underground base near Raccoon City.

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Resident Evil: Extinction World Premiere At Planet Hollywood Hotel And Casino

Oded Fehr and Las Vegas - Oded Fehr and Milla Jovovich Thursday 20th September 2007 at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, Nevada

Oded Fehr and Las Vegas
Oded Fehr and Las Vegas
Oded Fehr and Las Vegas
Oded Fehr, Las Vegas and Milla Jovovich
Oded Fehr and Las Vegas
Oded Fehr and Las Vegas

Resident Evil: Extinction Review


Good
I can't say I remember what exactly happened in the first two Resident Evil movies, other than I watched them and didn't dislike them enough to take a pass on Resident Evil: Extinction, a potential trilogy capper or, more likely, part three of five or eight. This series, based on a popular videogame, is one of those second-tier franchises that, in a sneaky and undemanding way, can be more enjoyable than its classier counterparts. It's also the kind of franchise lacking the faux dignity to pretend that three is a magic number.

Russell Mulcahy, the newest director in the fold, knows from exhaustible cult franchises, having made the original Highlander. Mulcahy is probably the best director to ever attempt a Resident Evil movie, and he gives the film a more polished look than its predecessors. Mulcahy isn't exactly an original stylist, but the action is coherent and sometimes even striking: the film opens with an eerie, near-wordless sequence capped by an image that can only be described as a pile of Milla Jovoviches. Luckily, continuity is maintained by original Evil filmmaker Paul W.S. Anderson, screenwriter here and provider of much exposition and laughable dialogue to match its predecessors.

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World Premiere Of 'Resident Evil: Extinction' At Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino - Arrivals

Oded Fehr, Las Vegas and Milla Jovovich - Oded Fehr and Milla Jovovich Thursday 20th September 2007 at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, Nevada

Oded Fehr, Las Vegas and Milla Jovovich
Oded Fehr and Las Vegas
Oded Fehr, Las Vegas and Milla Jovovich
Oded Fehr, Las Vegas and Milla Jovovich
Oded Fehr and Las Vegas
Oded Fehr, Las Vegas and Milla Jovovich

Fehr Glad He's Not Chasing The Mummy Again


Oded Fehr The Mummy Brendan Fraser Rachel Weisz

Actor Oded Fehr is delighted he won't be asked to recreate brooding The Mummy hero ARDETH BAY in the second sequel - because it took a lot of preparation to get into character. The actor tells movie news website www.moviehole.net that THE MUMMY 3 is in development, but Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz will be the only stars from the original film to recreate their roles. And Fehr is far from unhappy about being left out of the second sequel. He explains, "That was a lot of work - a lot of hair product, effort, and shower time."

Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo Review


OK
When the lights go down--the manwhore comes out to play.

When I watch certain actors paint such vivid and animated characters across the silver screen, I am almost reach a state of pure cinema bliss. I came close to that bliss when I watched the riveting Richard Gere is his latest film, American Gigolo 2, Male Gigolo. Gere has such a powerful presence in a number of memorable moments that draw from him an almost frightening realism that seems to reach out from the screen to the audience. Richard Gere's performance in the film--oh, wait a minute--let me retract that last statement. Did I say Richard Gere? Sorry for the confusion. I meant Rob Schneider, and his new film Deuce Bigalow, Male Gigolo. Gere and Schneider, I tend to mix up the two so often.

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The Mummy Returns Review


Bad
That darn mummy!

Stab him, burn him, unravel him (or whatever Brendan Fraser & Co. did to him in the original; I can't even remember)... he still keeps coming back!

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Resident Evil: Apocalypse Review


Weak
Anyone who's a fan of the Resident Evil series of video games can't help but get a little twinge of excitement seeing the trailer for this second RE film, even if you thought the first Resident Evil was atrocious. Why? This flick has some of your favorite game characters: Jill Valentine (Sienna Guillory) and the horrific Nemesis monster. Dude!

But while I'll admit that I felt that twinge (since I am an old fan of the games), I can't say that this equally lame sequel does anything to prolong that twinge into real enjoyment. Resident Evil: Apocalypse rots - as badly as its zombie costars. It has a few cheap violent thrills, but none of the true suspense or chills that you'll crave.

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Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigalo Review


Weak

One of the indications that a screenwriter has been living in Hollywood too long is when he start writing stories in which gorgeous, intelligent women fall in love with homely, chauvinist trolls like Rob Schneider and David Spade.

In a city where real-life Barbie dolls are only one phone call to Heidi Fleiss away for anyone who can afford them, such plots stop seeming so fantastic after a while, which is how we get movies like "Lost & Found," in which 98-pound pig Spade bagged French beauty Sofie Marceau, and this week's "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo."

Rob Schneider, late of "Saturday Night Live," is laughably cast as a romantic lead -- and a male prostitute -- in this occasionally funny fantasy for the "Beavis and Butthead" set.

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The Mummy Review


Very Good

Every inch a traditional, joyously corny, pith helmetswashbuckler flick -- complete with damsel in distress -- Universal's post-modernremake of "The Mummy" is a masterful marriage of '30s adventure/horrorand self-cognizant, Millennium-era, thrill-a-minute action.

Packed with awesome CGI special effects and anchored byBrendan Fraser, an ideal dashing-but-scruffy, lantern-jawed hero, thereisn't much left of the 1932 Boris Karloff original here, but as good old-fashionedadventure goes, this "Mummy" is giddy, low-brow fun.

Fraser stars as an soldier of fortune in 1923, leadinga group of treasure hunters and archeologists to a mythological 3,000-year-oldEgyptian city he stumbled on to once before. During their dig, the groupinadvertently awakens an undead and unfriendly mummy -- an ancient priestwho was buried alive in a sarcophagus filled with flesh-eating scarab beetlesmillennia ago for diddling a Pharaoh's mistress, and now he wants her back.

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The Mummy Returns Review


Bad

Remember how badly "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" turned out when Steven Spielberg tried to wedge an impish kid into his successful archeology-action-adventure formula? Well, deja vu.

How pathetically contrived and sadly unoriginal is the obviously rushed-into-production "The Mummy Returns"? Everything you need to know can be gleaned from these three facts: 1) Prim-but-sexy Egyptologist Evelyn (Rachel Weisz) turns out to be the reincarnation of Queen Nefertiti. 2) Lantern-jawed adventurer Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) finds out that a tattoo he bears means he was born to be a Medjai warrior. And, 3) their ragamuffin 8-year-old son Alex (Freddie Boath) is "The Chosen One" -- although the movie makes little attempt to explain what that means.

All together now: Oh, brother!

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Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse Review


Unbearable

In an era of resurgent zombie-flick creativity that has seen the likes of "28 Days Later" and this year's "Dawn of the Dead" remake, the leaden mindlessness of "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" is nothing short of pathetic.

Having burned through most vague ties to its videogame roots in the unwatchable first "Resident Evil" -- an inept, logic-impaired, plotless wonder of unmitigated noise, cheap scares and endless ammunition -- this sequel begins with the biggest opening-scene cliché in all zombiedom: a quiet day in the suburbs where chaos will soon reign.

Underneath this blissful berg (which returning writer Paul W.S. Anderson seems to have forgotten he showed destroyed in Part One) is the lab where the global-evil Umbrella Corporation's virus experiments went so very wrong back in 2002. Foolishly re-opened to learn "what went on down there," out pours an army of the undead, and apparently there are only two people who really know how to fight them -- slinky, half-naked, heavily-armed 105-lb. hotties Milla Jovovich (the original movie's survivor) and Sienna Guillory ("Love Actually").

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