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Robert Vaughn and Barbara Feldon - Dean Martin Expo and Comic Convention held at the Holiday Inn. - New York, New York, United States - Saturday 28th June 2014

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Deana Martin, Robert Vaughn and Barbara Feldon
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David Calvitto, Jeff Fahey, Paul Anthony Barber, Edward Franklin, Robert Blythe, Nick Moran, Martin Shaw, Robert Shaw, Robert Vaughn, Miles Richardson, Martin Turner, Owen O'Neill and Jason Riddington - 'Twelve Angry Men' press photocall at the Garrick Theatre - London, United Kingdom - Friday 8th November 2013

David Calvitto, Jeff Fahey, Paul Anthony Barber, Edward Franklin, Robert Blythe, Nick Moran, Martin Shaw, Robert Shaw, Robert Vaughn, Miles Richardson, Martin Turner, Owen O'neill and Jason Riddington
Robert Vaughn, Jeff Fahey and Martin Shaw
David Calvitto, Jeff Fahey, Paul Anthony Barber, Edward Franklin, Robert Blythe, Nick Moran, Martin Shaw, Robert Shaw, Robert Vaughn, Miles Richardson, Martin Turner, Owen O'neill and Jason Riddington
David Calvitto, Jeff Fahey, Paul Anthony Barber, Edward Franklin, Robert Blythe, Nick Moran, Martin Shaw, Robert Shaw, Robert Vaughn, Miles Richardson, Martin Turner, Owen O'neill and Jason Riddington
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Martin Shaw and Jeff Fahey

Robert Vaughn Thursday 26th February 2009 signs copies of his autobiography 'A Fortunate Life' at Waterstone's Piccadilly London, England

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Robert Vaughn Barker Hanger, Santa Monica,CA United States 2007 World Magic Awards Saturday 13th October 2007

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Superman III Review


OK
The third entry in the Superman series stands as one of history's most infamous cautionary tales about the danges of computers, and it's also one of the silliest. Not only does Richard Pryor engineer a way to steal all the rounded half-pennies from his employer, he manages to synthesize kryptonite (using tobacco tar as an ingredient where needed) and design an artificial intelligence system that "wants to live." No Lex Luthor this time out; Pryor's employer is Robert Vaughn -- a corporate mogul trying to use technology to cause world disasters and profit from them. There's barely any Lois Lane either -- she's on vacation -- so Superman/Clark Kent finds himself with his highschool crush, Lana Lang (Annette O'Toole), who is about twice as much fun as Margot Kidder ever was.

Happy Hour Review


Good
Mike Bencivenga has probably seen Leaving Las Vegas a few too many times as well as read too much Bukowski.

And with a title like Happy Hour, I think you know what you have in store. If you like your tragicomedy steeped in whiskey, this is your movie.

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Bullitt Review


OK
For all of the talk about its legendary car chase through the streets of San Francisco -- and it is justified -- Bullitt idles far tool long in the slow lane when it should be blowing by the minivans and the carpoolers. Even the presence of Steve McQueen, with his laid-back, self-assured cool, can't save it.

McQueen plays Frank Bullitt, a celebrated lieutenant with the San Francisco Police Department, assigned to protect a celebrity witness in a Senate subcommittee meeting on organized crime. When the witness is killed in his hotel room, Bullitt has little time to discover the truth before the city's powerful DA (Robert Vaughn) unleashes his wrath.

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Baseketball Review


Good
Sadly underrated, it seems Parker and Stone will get no points for anything they do outside of South Park. While they didn't write this one, BASEketball is surprisingly hilarious, filled with sheer asinine humor to fill a dozen Naked Guns. The plot, involving the travails of a new sport combining basketball and baseball that goes pro, is absurd, but it's the little moments, like Jenny McCarthy sucking the chrome off a trailer hitch -- literally -- that give BASEketball all the legs it needs.

Superman III Review


OK
The third entry in the Superman series stands as one of history's most infamous cautionary tales about the danges of computers, and it's also one of the silliest. Not only does Richard Pryor engineer a way to steal all the rounded half-pennies from his employer, he manages to synthesize kryptonite (using tobacco tar as an ingredient where needed) and design an artificial intelligence system that "wants to live." No Lex Luthor this time out; Pryor's employer is Robert Vaughn -- a corporate mogul trying to use technology to cause world disasters and profit from them. There's barely any Lois Lane either -- she's on vacation -- so Superman/Clark Kent finds himself with his highschool crush, Lana Lang (Annette O'Toole), who is about twice as much fun as Margot Kidder ever was.

Pootie Tang Review


Terrible
After a hard, busy day, I'm sitting in the movie theater waiting for the projectionist to start Pootie Tang. I become relaxed, comfortable, with a notepad in one hand and a pencil in the other. The lights dim. The movie starts. But the image is out of focus, then it goes black. The house lights shine brightly. The theater is experiencing technical difficulties. This is a warning from God: "Run for your life while you still have the chance," screams a little voice in my head. Then the lights dim once again, and the movie restarts. I regret not dashing for the door.

I cannot remember any other movie without subtitles that creates a language for its characters, but never teaches it to the audience. The main character in Pootie Tang utters phrases like "I'm gonna sine your pitty on the runny kine" and "Sipi-tai!" But what does that mean? Not that it matters -- you won't even try to follow this hopeless, incoherent story. Instead I wondered about the cologne on the man next to me, if that lovely cashier was wearing a wig, and what I needed at the store later that night. Anything to clear my mind from the painful occurrences transpiring on screen.

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The Magnificent Seven Review


Excellent
The Magnificent Seven isn't a great movie, but it is a very cool movie. An explanation: Schindler's List is a great movie, but I think we can agree that we're not going to spend a Saturday afternoon with the guys eating chips and running lines from Spielberg's tribute to the Jews. Watch an hour of The Magnificent Seven and you'll pop open another can of Pringles and consider buying a six-shooter.

A cowboy retelling of Akira Kurosawa's The Seven Samurai, the movie takes place in a Mexican farming village which has been overrun by bandits. The outlaws take the villagers' food, making a grueling life that much tougher. Tired of getting pushed around, several men consult the resident wise old man. "Fight, you must fight," he says.

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Pootie Tang Movie Review

Pootie Tang Movie Review

After a hard, busy day, I'm sitting in the movie theater waiting for the projectionist...

The Magnificent Seven Movie Review

The Magnificent Seven Movie Review

The Magnificent Seven isn't a great movie, but it is a very cool movie. An...

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