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Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 - Angela Simmons presents Back to the Basics STYLE360 Spring/Summer 2015 Collections - Arrivals and Inside

Ron Bass - Stars turned out in style to attend the Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 as Angela Simmons presents Back to the Basics STYLE360 Spring/Summer 2015 Collections in New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 10th September 2014

Entrapment Review


Weak
It's tough to say what Entrapment will be remembered better for: Sean Connery's hairpiece, or Catherine Zeta-Jones's ass. I pick the ass, and the way it's featured in the trailers for Entrapment, I'd say the producers do too.

If only the rest of the movie was so interesting. While the idea is pretty cool: a cop and an art thief tangle in a cat and mouse game, constantly switching sides, all on the eve of the millennium... it's the execution that gets 'em every time.

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Passion of Mind Review


Grim
French director Alain Berliner stepped briefly into the limelight a couple of years ago with the impressive Ma Vie en Rose, a colorful look at a young boy who thinks he's a girl. Just as the poor boy's uncertainty tears at his family, Demi Moore's confusion rips her life in half in Berliner's follow-up, Passion of Mind. Her angst and desperation are actually right in step with the audience's feelings, in this aimless, underachieving film.

Moore's character has two lives: Marty lives in hard, bleak New York as a single, nervy, literary agent; Marie is a widowed mother of two in lush, romantic Provence. When she sleeps in one life, she dreams of the other, and yet cannot determine which is real. As Berliner introduces Marty/Marie and her dilemma, it's obvious that Passion of Mind will follow in the thematic footsteps of other similar, bland movies like Sliding Doors. A woman has two parallel lives - what if both are just too flat-out boring to be a movie?

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What Dreams May Come Review


OK
It's a long, slow, pretty dull ride through Robin Williams' afterlife... you woulda thought it would have some toys or bouncing green goo or talking animals or something... but no, this is Serious Robin, and in a movie that features 3 accidental deaths and one suicide, I guess you can't have nothin' but laughs. The effects are great, to be sure, but it's surprisingly repetitious to see the same four or five scenes replicated over and over. I'd comment on how well-intentioned this movie seems, but, well, YOU know what they say about the road to hell...

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