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Peter Facinelli - 2016 Tribeca Film Festival - 'SHOT the Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock' - Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival - New York, New York, United States - Friday 22nd April 2016

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Peter Facinelli - John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit Presented By Chrysler With Kids' Tent By Hasbro Studios at John Varvatos - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 18th April 2016

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Peter Facinelli - John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit at the John Varvatos Store - Arrivals at John Varvatos Store - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 17th April 2016

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Jaimie Alexander , Peter Facinelli - The Weinstein Company and Netflix 2016 Golden Globes After Party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel at Beverly Hitlon Hotel, Golden Globes, Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 11th January 2016

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Jaimie Alexander and Peter Facinelli
Jaimie Alexander and Peter Facinelli
Jaimie Alexander and Peter Facinelli
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Peter Facinelli , Jaimie Alexander - The Weinstein Company & Netflix 2016 Golden Globe After Party held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel at Beverly Hilton Hotel, Golden Globe - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 11th January 2016

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Peter Facinelli - Peter Facinelli departs on a flight from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 4th January 2016

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Video - Natalie Dormer, Glenn Close And Ricky Martin Among Armani One Night Only Guests - Part 1


'The Tudors' actress Natalie Dormer, 'Fatal Attraction' star Glenn Close and popstar Ricky Martin were spotted arriving at the Armani One Night Only event held at New York's SuperPier. The fashion show was set up at a major expense to showcase Giorgio Armani's latest collections in an over-the-top and luxurious evening.

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Peter Facinelli - 'Iron Man 3' Los Angeles premiere held at the El Capitan Theatre - Arrivals - Hollywood, California, United States - Wednesday 24th April 2013

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Peter Facinelli Wednesday 14th November 2012 The premiere of 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Trailer


Breaking Dawn is the final chapter from the Twilight series and picks up where Eclipse ended. Bella and Edward are deeply in love and they have decided to make a commitment to one and other and wed. As Jacob looks on from the side-lines the newlyweds embark on their honeymoon.

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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Trailer


Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner once again take up their much loves roles for the latest instalment in the Twilight series. Eclipse is the third part to the saga and the script stays loyal to Stephenie Meyer's book of the same name.

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The Twilight Saga: New Moon Review


Good
Stephenie Meyer's Twilight saga continues with this darker and even mopier chapter. The relational knots of emo heroes and dreamy hunks are making it start to feel rather soapy. It may not be as sharp as Catherine Hardwick's Twilight, but it'll keep fans swooning.

Just as Bella (Stewart) turns 18 and begins her senior year in high school, her beloved Edward (Pattinson) decides he has to leave town for her safety. In a deep funk, she eventually turns to neighbour Jacob (Lautner) for company, but their friendship takes a twist when he starts getting hunky and tetchy and hanging out with gang-leader Sam (Spencer). But it's not steroids; the gang members are actually werewolves, locked in mortal combat with vampires. And she needs (and wants) to keep both Edward and Jacob in her life.

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The Twilight Saga: New Moon Trailer


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Peter Facinelli Monday 27th April 2009 arriving at the Ghost of Girlfriends Past Premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, California

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Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli - Jennie Garth, Peter Facinelli and Kathy Najimy Hollywood, California - 'Back to Bacharach and David' opening at the Henry Fonda Theater - Arrivals Sunday 19th April 2009

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Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli
Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli
Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli

Twilight Review


Bad
Damn you Anne Rice! Even since you introduced that lovelorn supermodel turned bloodsucker Lestat, the vampire has been romanticized all out of proportion. Cold yet compassionate, sexy but spurned, the supposed supernatural monster has gone from corpse to Casanova in the twinkle of a dateless spinster's eye. Now comes Twilight, the latest entry in the continued compromising of the classic Stoker archetype. Aimed directly at the ADD-addled attention span of the average Facebooker, aside from being no fun at all, it stands as one of 2008's most crass commercial statements.

When her mother's new hubby wants to pursue his dreams of playing minor league baseball, Isabella "Bella" Swan (Kristen Stewart) is sent off to live with her sheriff father (Billy Burke) in the sleepy, somewhat creepy Pacific Northwest town of Fork. There she becomes an instant hit at the local high school, and captures the piercing gaze of campus pretty boy Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). The foster son of the town's enigmatic doctor, he and his surprisingly similar-looking siblings are noted for being very secretive and semi-outcasts.

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Dancer, Texas, Pop. 81 Review


Good
A latter-day Fandango of sorts, this is the melodramatic story of four teenagers trying to escape the tiny town of Dancer. Who will go and who will stay makes for a, well, mildly entertaining adventure.

Tempted Review


Good
What the hell is talented mega-hottie Saffron Burrows doing in a Burt Reynolds movie? Well, trying to make you forget Burt Reynolds is in the movie, for starters. When the Brit siren is onscreen, she almost makes you forget the derivative plot ("I'll pay you $10,000 to (try to) sleep with my wife!" Trouble ensues.). Alas, Saffron, that bad southern accent has got to go.

Supernova Review


Weak
When near objects of immense gravity such as black holes, it is said that all things bend. Perhaps it is only fitting that a movie such as Supernova, which poses as sci-fi / mystery / horror and that takes place near an object of large gravity, should have the plot twists bent. Common sense tells us that if you bend something that is already bent it will either become more bent or straighten out. Supernova's plot twists straight out, and the result is something completely by the books.

Supernova is the story about a rescue vessel sent into deep space to pick someone up from a rogue moon. To make a short story shorter, they find both the person (who is, of course, accompanied with creepy music) and an alien artifact capable of creating new matter. Every person who touches the stuff becomes endowed with superhuman strength.

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The Scorpion King Review


Terrible
The Rock: One name symbolizes everything that can be defined as the stereotypical American male. Why? He's a gruff, tough-as-nails, merciless, and sexually magnetic savior of the free world. And he's huge on TV. And sure enough, The Scorpion King - the latest installment in the mind-numbing, insanely profitable Mummy series - is pure trash. Starring the aforementioned WWF superstar, The Scorpion King is filmmaking at its worst.

The Scorpion King ably rehashes the plots of the variety of other, better films including Gladiator, the Indiana Jones series, Flash Gordon, Beastmaster, and even The Goonies. Set 5,000 years ago, a warlord named Memnon (Steven Brand), acting on crazed Napoleonic urges, ravages the land and bends its people into totalitarian rule. With the aid of a seer who foretells the future, Memnon stands invincible against all aggressors.

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Can't Hardly Wait Review


Excellent
Surprisingly well-realized teen party film about the last night a bunch of high school kids have as, well, high schoolers. Follows a dozen often hilarious stories, the least interesting of which, unfortunately, is the Ethan Embry-Jennifer Love Hewitt wannabe romance. Otherwise, a really good movie and a lot of fun. Recommended.

The Big Kahuna Review


Extraordinary
When one thinks of a Big Kahuna, Kevin Spacey suits that title just fine. When he walks across a room in a scene, all eyes are drawn to his presence. His subtle pose and commanding smile act as a strong gravity that draws all parties' interest. Spacey's voice carries such conviction that the most common of situations are made deep when he speaks of them. He echoes the great works of Barrymore and Grant and carries the weight of these acting giants without even a shrug of the shoulders.

The new film, The Big Kahuna, marks the first venture of Spacey's new film production company in conjunction with Andrew Stevens's new production company, Franchise Pictures. I wonder of Mr. Stevens, a veteran of late-night Cinemax, thought up the title all by himself. The only thing missing is Shannon Tweed. I guess her acting chops weren't up to par for Spacey.

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Supernova Review


Weak

If it weren't for the incessantly loquacious computer onboard the medical rescue vessel in the new terror-in-space flick "Supernova" -- a 1-900-voiced, femme fatale HAL that never shuts up for two minutes together -- this might not be a bad movie. I mean, for a picture MGM was too chicken to screen in advance for critics.

In fact, it's not even a horror movie, really -- even though that's how it's being marketed.

"Supernova" is a victim of "Sphere" syndrome, that terminal disease suffered by producers and directors who think if they can just get respectable, intelligent actors to star in their cheap sci-fi flick, the movie will instantly become something better than it is.

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The Scorpion King Review


Good

Call it a premature yet promising start to the summer action season. Somehow "The Scorpion King" -- a movie starring a professional wrestler and spun off from a shameful sequel -- has become the most enjoyably, unapologetically jumbo-sized popcorn flick since 1999's remake of "The Mummy," this picture's indirect ascendant.

While "The Scorpion King" aims for a considerably lower brow, it's a vast improvement on its idiotic immediate predecessor. In "The Mummy Returns," WWF wrestler The Rock had a bit part as the movie's second resurrected bad guy, an ancient Akkadian king who sold his soul to a "dark god" in order to win a war. "The Scorpion King" is that character's backstory, a tongue-in-cheek, "Conan the Barbarian"-like, 3000 B.C. adventure packed with over-the-top action and intentionally cheesy catch-phrase dialogue.

The Rock plays Mathayus, a sinewy assassin hired by the assembled remnants of several defeated tribes to kill the sorcerer who serves a powerful tyrant king that decimate their lands and peoples. Without supernatural guidance, the inexplicably interracial tribes (led by colossal Michael Clarke Duncan, "The Green Mile") believe they can defeat the ruthless, psychopathic Memnon (Steven Brand) and his silly mohawk-flattop hair-do.

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The Big Kahuna Review


OK

Kevin Spacey is such a subtle and ingenious actor that he can effectively hint at a character's entire personality in seemingly insignificant mannerism. A smirk reveals a cop who has obscured his honor in "L.A. Confidential." A heavy-lidded sideways glance reveals cheeky, elusive impudence in "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." His blissful but apathetic gawking at Mena Suvari in "American Beauty" says it all about where Lester Burnham is coming from.

In the case of "The Big Kahuna," is the way he chews gum.

When Spacey first comes on screen in this low-budget, one-room talkie about the meaningless lives of three traveling salesmen, all he does is walk across the lobby of a Wichita hotel chewing his gum. But from in the brief moment we know who this guy is. He's a closer. He's an aggressive salesman who can read his customers' faces and adjust his pitch on the fly. He's a guy who puts on a cocky, confident front, but behind it he's always a little worried about losing his job.

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The Wilde Wedding Movie Review

The Wilde Wedding Movie Review

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Walter Movie Review

Walter Movie Review

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Movie Review

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Movie Review

With a flurry of bonkers action and cross-species bonding, The Twilight Saga surges to a...

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2 Trailer

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2 Trailer

Not long since the harrowing and almost fatal birth of their daughter Renesmee, newly born...

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Trailer

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Trailer

After their reckless marriage ceremony and the traumatic near-death-experience that was the birth of their...

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Trailer

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Trailer

Bella Swan is finally a vampire. She discovers that the world seems somewhat brighter now...

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Breaking Dawn: Part 1 Movie Review

Breaking Dawn: Part 1 Movie Review

Finally, everyone stops taking the Twilight saga so seriously, creating a surprisingly entertaining romp. Yes,...

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Trailer

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Trailer

Breaking Dawn is the final chapter from the Twilight series and picks up where Eclipse...

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Movie Review

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Movie Review

Part 3 of Stephenie Meyer's blockbuster tale continues the downward spiral of moping. It's efficiently...

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Trailer

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Trailer

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner once again take up their much loves roles...

The Twilight Saga: New Moon Movie Review

The Twilight Saga: New Moon Movie Review

Stephenie Meyer's Twilight saga continues with this darker and even mopier chapter. The relational knots...

The Twilight Saga: New Moon Trailer

The Twilight Saga: New Moon Trailer

Watch the trailer for The Twilight Saga: New MoonNew Moon is the eagerly anticipated sequel...

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