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People Magazine 'Ones To Watch' Party

Samaire Armstrong - A variety of up and coming stars took to the red carpet for the People Magazine 'Ones To Watch' Party at The Line Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 9th October 2014

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ABC TCA Winter 2014 Party

Samaire Armstrong - ABC Television Critics Association Winter 2014 Party - Pasadena, California, United States - Saturday 18th January 2014

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Disney Media Networks International Upfronts

Samaire Armstrong - Disney Media Networks International Upfronts held at The Walt Disney Studios Lot - Arrivals - Burbank, California, United States - Sunday 19th May 2013

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"Movie 43" Premiere

Samaire Armstrong - "Movie 43" Premiere Los Angeles California USA Wednesday 23rd January 2013

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Picture - Samaire Armstrong , Saturday 13th October 2012

Samaire Armstrong Saturday 13th October 2012 CBS celebrates 100 episodes of 'The Mentalist' held at The Edison - Arrivals

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It's a Boy Girl Thing Review


Weak
It's comforting to know that, deep into the 2000s, there is still someone trying to dig a final nugget of gold from the old swapping-bodies plot device. Freaky Friday will simply never die. Never!

In this installment, it's, well, a boy girl thing. The swappers are high school seniors: Dim jock Woody (Kevin Zegers) and Yale-destined brainiac Nell (Samaire Armstrong), who've lived next door to each other all their lives and, as this type of movie dictates, now hate each other. A class field trip and an Aztec idol get the switcheroo done (the mechanics of the switch are, of course, inconsequential), but with Woody's brain in Nell's body and vice versa, how will she dazzle the regents during her final Yale interview, and how will Woody impress the talent scouts at the Homecoming football game?

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Just My Luck Review


Terrible
When I've mentioned to people that I like Lindsay Lohan, the actress, I've gotten the same looks as if I've said I like the taste of light bulbs. Though she's become a staple in Us Weekly because of her partying ways and the fluctuating weight, it's easy to lose sight that her talent, not her figure, got her in the door. Does anyone remember Freaky Friday? Anyone? With the right script, she can shine. I stand by that.

My job will become that much harder if the 19-year-old keeps appearing in fare like Just My Luck. Lohan stars as a P.R. agent living a life in which good luck sticks to her like dandruff. Give her a lottery ticket to scratch, she'll win something. One elevator door closes; another one opens. Meanwhile, elsewhere in New York City, a young music promoter (Chris Pine) has nothing but bad luck, which we find out courtesy of a drawn-out sequence.

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Stay Alive Review


Terrible
It's a horror plot so surefire that you wonder why it hasn't been done before: Young people play a mysterious new videogame and start to die, one by one, in grisly scenes mimicking their game deaths. Stay Alive runs through this plot with such a plodding lack of imagination that you think again: Maybe this has been done before, on The X-Files or a direct-to-video picture you missed. Surely a movie this tired can't be the first crack at a fundamentally decent genre idea?

Stay Alive gets around this conundrum easily by knocking off The Ring and throwing in a little of the Final Destination series: the former's ghostly gimmick mixed with the latter's view of life as an elaborate series of macabre booby traps. Unfortunately, even the cut-and-paste is botched; no Ring-style tension builds, and the PG-13 rating curtails the death scenes, most of which all but cut away before the character's gory fate is sealed. Yes, you read that right: Stay Alive is like a Final Destination movie without the death scenes.

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Darkwolf Review


Unbearable
Filmmakers have tried to outdo The Howling and An American Werewolf in London ever since the films reestablished the werewolf genre 20 years ago. While a few movies have come close (Fright Night, for instance), they have yet to match the thrills and chills of those earlier films. As we patiently await the next werewolf classic, DarkWolf prowls into the race. Could this be the movie that redefines the werewolf genre forever?

Nope. Not even close. If Bad Moon is at the bottom of the barrel, DarkWolf is buried far, far beneath. Although it appeals to its target audience of horny teenagers and sex-deprived old men by featuring plenty of blood and boobs, the movie completely lacks everything else.

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