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Robert Shapiro visits Craig's restaurant

Robert Shapiro - Robert Shapiro visits Craig's restaurant in West Hollywood at Craig's - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 19th May 2015

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22nd annual Race To Erase MS

Guest and Robert Shapiro - Celebrities attend 22nd annual Race To Erase MS at Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. at Hyatt Regency Century Plaza - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 24th April 2015

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Robert Shapiro
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21st Annual Race To Erase MS Gala

Linell Shapiro and Robert Shapiro - 21st Annual Race To Erase MS Gala - Century City, California, United States - Saturday 3rd May 2014

Linell Shapiro and Robert Shapiro
Linell Shapiro and Robert Shapiro

Larry King and Robert Shapiro dine at Craigs

Robert Shapiro - Larry King and Robert Shapiro dine at Craigs - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 22nd March 2014

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Larry King and Robert Shapiro
Larry King and Robert Shapiro
Larry King and Robert Shapiro

Robert Shapiro Sober Event

Robert Shapiro - In the wake of his son and loss to addiction Robert throws his Annual Brent Shapiro Foundation Summer Spectacular to raise awareness and funding toward recovery centers he has built and also is serving as a sober coach to others such as Lamar Odom who is currently in rehab. - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Saturday 7th September 2013

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Video - Robert Shapiro Defends Casey Anthony Jury


Robert Shapiro, the American lawyer best known for successfully defended O.J Simpson in his high-profile murder trial, spotted leaving Mastros steakhouse in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. Wearing a smart dinner jacket, Shapiro stopped to chat with photographers and reporters.

The 58-year-old spoke briefly about the recent Casey Anthony trial, in which a jury found the mother from Florida not guilty of killing her daughter. Shapiro said, "It's a very, very difficult case - I think the jury did the best they could with the evidence they had", adding, "There's two cases going on - there's the case in public opinion and the case in the court"

A Lawyer Walks Into A Bar... Review


OK
If you don't have a lawyer in the family... you're probably not looking hard enough. With some one million lawyers in America, we live in easily the most litigious country in the world, and documentarian Eric Chaikin (whose competitive Scrabble documentary Word Wars is a guilty pleasure) tears the profession down before quietly building it back up again.

Chaikin begins by shredding some of lawyerdom's most notorious facets -- the growth of frivolous lawsuits, ambulance chasers, and absurd warnings on products urging you not to ingest them -- then abruptly turns his attention to a group of aspiring lawyers who are set to take the Bar Exam in a few weeks' time. Here we witness the grueling preparations required for the three-day exam (including sample questions), and the strong likelihood that our subjects will not pass anyway: In California, the Bar has an average pass rate of just 39 percent. What, no more new lawyers!?

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Somewhere in the City Review


Grim
No race is more egomaniacal than the New Yorker, the only group of people who would have the gall to call a film Somewhere in the City and have people assume they could only be talking about New York. It's otherdwelling types that get the last laugh, because this film is one boring dog from start to finish, a self-centered tale about a random assortment of self-absorbed New Yawkers, headlined by the most self-absorbed of them all -- Sandra Bernhard -- and redeemed only by a surprise appearance by one honorable former mayor.

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Pee-wee's Big Adventure Review


Excellent
Arguably Tim Burton's strangest film, about a now iconic guy who never managed to grow up. The love of his life is his pimped-out red bicycle, and when it gets stolen, it sends Pee-wee (Paul Reubens) on the biggest adventure of his life, from the plains of the midwest to the lots of Hollywood. Rent this film, and tell 'em Large Marge sent ya!

Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen Review


Terrible
If you're a fan of Lindsay Lohan (and God knows why you wouldn't be), the burgeoning teenage sex symbol, then drop whatever you're doing and go see Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. She's in practically every second of the movie wearing an array of flimsy dresses, belly shirts, and tight pants.

However, if you're a fan of Lindsay Lohan, the actress, then stay right where you are. Lohan is a very talented actress, and if you want proof, go rent last year's remake of Freaky Friday, where she matched Jamie Lee Curtis beat for comedy beat. In Confessions, Lohan finally has a starring role. Too bad it's in a movie in desperate need of creativity, compelling conflicts and amusing characters...

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My Favorite Martian Review


Terrible
Nothing like a 1960s sitcom remake to brighten up your day, right? Even a cameo by dearly departed Ray Walston can't save this piece of junk, which is unfortunate, because Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Daniels, Elizabeth Hurley, and Wallace Shawn can all be fun to watch on film. Of course, any movie that has a guy passing up Hurley for Daryl Hannah has to make you suspect anyway, right? Wayne Knight's voiced-over talking suit is the only (relative) highlight. Feel free to pass on this one.
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