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Patrick Muldoon - The Asylum's Los Angeles premiere of "Little Dead Rooting Hood" held at The Laemmle NoHo Theater - Red Carpet Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 18th January 2016

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Kate Mansi, Patrick Muldoon, Christie Clark , Austin Peck - Days of Our Lives 50th Annivsary Celebration held at the Hollywood Palladium - Arrivals at Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 8th November 2015

Kate Mansi, Patrick Muldoon, Christie Clark and Austin Peck
Patrick Muldoon and Austin Peck

Patrick Muldoon , David James Elliott - The Brent Shapiro Foundation's 10th Annual Summer Spectacular held at a Private Residence in Beverly Hills at Private Residence - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 12th September 2015

Patrick Muldoon and David James Elliott
Patrick Muldoon and David James Elliott
Patrick Muldoon and David James Elliott
Patrick Muldoon and David James Elliott
Patrick Muldoon and David James Elliott
Patrick Muldoon and David James Elliott

Patrick Muldoon - Lovelace LA Premiere - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Tuesday 6th August 2013

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Patrick Muldoon - "Lovelace" - Los Angeles Premiere - Hollywood, California, United States - Tuesday 6th August 2013

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Hell's Gate Review


Bad
It's ripped from today's headlines, as a psychotic mental patient (Patsy Kensit) who believes she is the girlfriend of Jack the Ripper reincarnated, wreaks havoc on the family of her vacationing psychiatrist (Patrick Muldoon), who she believes is Ripper himself.

Got that straight?

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Starship Troopers Review


Very Good
Move over, John Waters. There's a new king of schlock in town, and he's got a much bigger budget.

The recent video release of last year's Starship Troopers reveals a master at work, comfortably at home in his truest of elements: cheesy action films. Paul Verhoeven is the master in question, the director of such fare as RoboCop and Basic Instinct--his last really successful film, in 1992. With a $95 million budget, Troopers eventually grossed a little over half that domestically, but it has done well enough overseas to ensure that, like Schwarzenegger in Verhoeven's Total Recall, he'll be back.

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Stigmata Review


Good
Visually stimulating films are generally the easiest to critique. The reason for this phenomenon is that most filmmakers tend to concentrate primarily upon action, cinematography, or special effects and all too often lose focus on plot, which is a key element in the success of a film. This has happened so frequently in past years that I can now determine within the first ten minutes whether a movie will disappear into that vast black hole of forgettable lackluster science-fiction/horror films of the nineties or have some potential for long-term success.

The upside to this way of thinking is that when you get a film that combines great visuals with a decent plot then you can have an extremely entertaining product along the lines of an Event Horizon or The Matrix. Luckily for us, Stigmata, directed by Rupert Wainwright (The Sadness of Sex, Blank Check) is one of those films that successfully molds story line with powerful visuals to make for an entertaining and eerie adventure. It's like watching a two-hour music video on MTV. An exciting fusion of neo-punk culture combined with ancient religious rites.

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Wicked Review


OK
Every young actress has one. That ill-advised thriller made when they were too young and inexperienced to get decent work and/or to know what they were doing. Wicked is fortunately a tad better than your usual run-of-the-mill thriller, not much better, but a tad better, thanks largely to a young Julia Stiles who plays the title adjective believably well.

The typical teen angst victim, Ellie (Stiles) threatens to run off to L.A., hates her mother, wants her dad to herself, and longs for, well, who knows what, but she'll do just about anything to get all this stuff. When mom is bludgeoned to death, little Ellie couldn't be a suspect...

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