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Robert Wuhl - NYRP 13th Annual Spring Picnic held at the General Grant National Memorial - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 29th May 2014

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Robert Wuhl - Celebrity Autobiography: The Next Chapter, held at the Triad Theatre-performance. - New York, NY, United States - Tuesday 27th August 2013

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Robert Wuhl

Mindy Cohn, Alan Zweibel and Robert Wuhl - Celebrity Autobiography: The Next Chapter, held at the Triad Theatre-backstage. - New York, NY, United States - Tuesday 27th August 2013

Mindy Cohn, Alan Zweibel and Robert Wuhl
Dayle Reyfel, Mindy Cohn and Eugene Pack
Mindy Cohn
Mindy Cohn
Mindy Cohn
Mindy Cohn and Eugene Pack

Robert Wuhl - New York Knicks Roll Out The Blue Carpet presented by Chase, for game 2 against Boston Celtics at Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY, United States - Wednesday 24th April 2013

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Robert Wuhl - Robert Wuhl, Sunday 18th November 2012 at the 'Hitchcock' premiere at the Ziegfeld Theater.

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Batman (1989) Review


Excellent
Batman has changed over the years. He's gone from Holy Rusted Metal to hallucinogens, from campy to comedy and then back to campy. He's been through more first ladies than half of its leading men, and has seen more directors than an ingénue.

First up to bat in the Batman movies was Tim Burton, fresh off of Beetlejuice and right before Edward Scisscorhands. Burton's Gotham is a noirish nightmare that grabs you from the opening scene. Batman is still a spook story to criminals, but he's a rumor spreading like wildfire. Bumbling on the trail is jackass journalist Alexander Knox (Robert Wuhl), and the girl drawn to the mystery of the bat is Vicky Vale (Kim Basinger).

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Good Morning, Vietnam Review


Excellent
Think back to middle school for a moment. Who was the class clown? What was he like?

If your eighth-grade classroom was like most, your class clown was a guarded, smallish boy who was utterly terrified of being himself for even a moment, for fear of suffering the ridicule of others. So he made cracks all day long, and if your classmates laughed every one in a while, you may have eventually seen this kid in adulthood spitting jokes professionally in the vicinity of a brick wall.

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Bull Durham Review


Excellent
The first thing you notice in watching Bull Durham 14 years later (now that it has reappeared on a Special Edition DVD) is how incredibly young the players are. Costner's hairline is way up front, Sarandon is a little less wrinkled, and little Tim Robbins looks like he could be in high school.

The story, however, still feels ahead of its time, with Sarandon's femme fatale narrating a tale of how she adopts one player at her local Durham Bulls minor league baseball franchise every year -- providing him with countless years of expertise about the game and essentially screwing him silly along the way. This season, it's "Nuke" LaLoosh (Robbins), a wild pitcher who could use same taming. Also on the case is catcher "Crash" Davis (Costner), whose life lessons also help him out on the field.

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Batman Review


Excellent
Batman has changed over the years. He's gone from Holy Rusted Metal to hallucinogens, from campy to comedy and then back to campy. He's been through more first ladies than half of its leading men, and has seen more directors than an ingénue.

First up to bat in the Batman movies was Tim Burton, fresh off of Beetlejuice and right before Edward Scisscorhands. Burton's Gotham is a noirish nightmare that grabs you from the opening scene. Batman is still a spook story to criminals, but he's a rumor spreading like wildfire. Bumbling on the trail is jackass journalist Alexander Knox (Robert Wuhl), and the girl drawn to the mystery of the bat is Vicky Vale (Kim Basinger).

Continue reading: Batman Review

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