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Chad Michael Murray and his pregnant wife go to a doctors office

Chad Michael Murray and Sarah Roemer - Chad Michael Murray and a pregnant Sarah Roemer go to a doctors office in Beverly Hills - Hollywood, California, United States - Wednesday 18th March 2015

Chad Michael Murray and Sarah Roemer
Chad Michael Murray and Sarah Roemer
Chad Michael Murray and Sarah Roemer
Chad Michael Murray and Sarah Roemer

Crackle's Season 2 Premiere Of Original Digital Series "Chosen"

Sarah Roemer and Nicky Whelan - Crackle's Season 2 Premiere Of Original Digital Series "Chosen" - Hollywood, California, United States - Wednesday 4th December 2013

Sarah Roemer, Milo Ventimiglia, Caitlin Carmichael, Nicky Whelan and Chad Michael Murray
Evan Charnov, Ryan Lewis, Milo Ventimiglia, Caitlin Carmichael, Sarah Roemer, Joey Luthman, Brett Davern, Nicky Whelan, Chad Michael Murray and Brandon Routh
Sarah Roemer, Milo Ventimiglia, Caitlin Carmichael, Nicky Whelan and Chad Michael Murray
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Sarah Roemer, Milo Ventimiglia, Caitlin Carmichael, Nicky Whelan and Chad Michael Murray

Picture - Sarah Roemer Los Angeles, California, Friday 4th February 2011

Sarah Roemer Friday 4th February 2011 filming a scene for her television show 'The Event' on the streets of downtown Los Angeles Los Angeles, California

Picture - Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer Los Angeles, California, Friday 4th February 2011

Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer - Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer Los Angeles, California - filming a scene for their television show 'The Event' on the streets of downtown Los Angeles Friday 4th February 2011

Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer
Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer
Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer
Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer
Jason Ritter and Sarah Roemer

Fired Up! Review


Weak
Broad and very silly, this comedy just about keeps us chuckling even when things get stupid and predictable. It's not very well-written, but there are enough deranged characters to make it almost worth a look.

At Gerald Ford High School, two chucklehead jock pals--nice guy Shawn (D'Agosto) and blond hunk Nick (Olsen)--decide to skip a gruelling football practice and chase girls at cheerleader camp instead. Of course, they soon start to actually enjoy themselves, and Shawn begins to fall for one of his teammates (Roemer), but trouble is brewing as they prepare to face the archrival Panthers. Meanwhile, Nick tries to woo the seductive Diora (Sims), wife of the camp's gung-ho director (Higgins).

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Fired Up! Review


Unbearable
From the advertisements, Fired Up! looks like the movie that finally indulges in what every young man fantasizes about: Crashing cheerleading camp to get laid. On the poster, the tagline reads: "Two guys. 300 girls. You do the math." With those numbers, lots of guys would look past those annoying cheers and be the first in line at the movie theater with their dates.

Unfortunately, Fired Up! isn't the movie it says it is. It's rated PG-13, and beyond a few shots of young ladies in cheer outfits, there's nothing remotely objectionable here. That would be fine if it were a family film. But it's being marketed as a sexy teen comedy.

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Disturbia Review


Good
Disturbia is a critically vulnerable film at the outset. Its task is an audacious one: "YouTubing" Hitchcock. Who isn't disturbed by the prospect of D.J. Caruso (Taking Lives!) helming a Rear Window rip-off for the MySpace generation? In the role of Jimmy Stewart: The talented if somewhat untested Shia LeBeouf. Grace Kelly: Sarah Roemer, a bit player in the woeful The Grudge 2. Gulp. Instead of a telescope, we get about four sets of binoculars, video cameras, mobile phones, and some outrageously sophisticated computer surveillance equipment. Instead of the poignantly crafted Miss Lonelyheart and the frustrated composer of Hitchcock's film, the neighbourhood offers for our voyeuristic pleasures the bikini-clad girl next door and a group of prepubescents with a penchant for porn. There is so much wrong before the film has even begun.

The film's beginning will not allay your fears. Kale (LaBeouf) and his dad (Matt Craven) are fishing. Knee-deep in a lake and surrounded by mountains, they share a particularly cheesy father-son moment. We see that he's not just Kale's father, he is his friend. The relationship is so clich├ęd and the setting so cloyingly idyllic, that one wants to run for the (admittedly beautiful-looking) hills. However, before you go to switch off the Hallmark channel, Caruso offs the dad in a car accident just brutal enough to forgive what came before and dissolve some preconceptions. It's a pretty good move (although not quite Janet Leigh in the Bates Motel shower) and sets us up for a film that effectively handles and plays its audience.

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