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ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards - Arrivals

Timbaland and Paul Williams - The 28th annual ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards, held at The Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 25th June 2015

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Timbaland

Songwriters Hall of Fame 2015

Paul Williams - Songwriters Hall of Fame 2015 46th Annual Induction and Awards Gala at The New York Marriott Marquis Hotel at Marriot Marquis Hotel - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 18th June 2015

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Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson
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Caron New York hosts the 21st Annual New York City Gala

Paul Williams - Caron New York hosts the 21st Annual New York City Gala at Cipriani 42nd St - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 13th May 2015

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Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson
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Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson

30th Annual ASCAP Film and Television Awards

John Titta, Carl Thiel and Paul Williams - A host of star were snapped upon arrival at the 30th Annual ASCAP Film and Television Awards which were held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 9th March 2015

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2015 ASCAP Grammy Nominees Brunch

Elizabeth Matthews, Paul Williams and John Titta - 2015 ASCAP Grammy Nominees Brunch at the SLS Hotel at SLS Hotel, Grammy - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 7th February 2015

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Headless Body in Topless Bar Review


Good
James Bruce's minor cult classic, Headless Body in Topless Bar, is itself a recreation of a cult classic of its own. In the early 1980s, the inimitable New York Post led off one memorable issue with the headline "Headless Body in Topless Bar," reporting a real story about a man found murdered and decapitated in a strip joint.

This film appears to be a rough fictionalization of the tale, though the goings-on inside the joint are clearly made up. A man (Raymond J. Barry, a chunky version of David Caruso, credited only as "Man") arrives in a quiet strip club with few patrons, then promptly proceeds to rob the place, accidentally killing the bartender in the process. Man panics, taking the lone dancer and patrons hostage, then forces them all to spill their darkest secrets, or humiliating them some way or another. By the time it's all said and done, our Man has made off with wallets, watches, and the proprietor's head... and some amazing stories.

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The Muppet Movie Review


Excellent
Like most movies of its year, The Muppet Movie looks (and is) really dated. But it's worth it to willingly suspend disbelief at how dated it is --- to appreciate the good-natured humor and comedic flair of Jim Henson. Henson tried to entertain both kids and adults, and though both audiences were probably easier to please in the days before all comedy became irony-soaked, Henson was one of the first to add sly postmodern touches. And while the movie promotes the annoying myth of Hollywood as the dream factory, magic store, etc. it more than makes up for it by borrowing comedians from several generations, from then-new comics like Steve Martin and Elliott Gould to veterans like Bob Hope and Orson Welles(!), for an endless string of cameo appearances.

The plot loosely follows the odyssey of Kermit the Frog from his swamp home to Hollywood in search of celebrity. The desirability of fame and stardom is never questioned. The Hollywood worship becomes pretty maudlin at the end, thanks mainly to songwriter Paul Williams, whose songs are palatable at first ("Rainbow Connection" was a hit) but become too much before the end of the movie.

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Men Review


Grim
Sean Young is a complete slut. If you like this idea for a movie, you're going to love Men. Loses its charm about 2/3 of the way in. If Young on her back can be considered "charm."
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