Sean Maguire

Sean Maguire

Sean Maguire Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS

Season 4 premiere of ABC's 'Once Upon A Time'

Sean Maguire - Photos from the El Capitan Theater as many stars attended the Season 4 premiere of ABC's American fairy tale drama 'Once Upon A Time' in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 21st September 2014

Sean Maguire

2014 Emmy Awards Gifting Suite

Sean Maguire - 2014 Emmy Awards Gifting Suite - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 24th August 2014

Katie Couric's FED UP Premiere

Sean Maguire - Everything we've been told about food and exercise for the past 30 years is dead wrong. FED UP is the film the food industry doesn't want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig, FED UP will change the way you eat forever. The film opens in theaters across the country on Friday May 9th. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 8th May 2014

Star Trek Into Darkness 3D Afterparty

Sean Maguire, black leather jacket, brown shoes, jeans and denim - U.K. premiere of 'Star Trek Into Darkness 3D' - Afterparty at Aqua - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 2nd May 2013

Sean Maguire
Sean Maguire, black leather jacket, brown shoes, jeans and denim
Sean Maguire

leaving the Capital Awards held at the Riverbank Park Plaza

Sean Maguire Thursday 20th March 2008 leaving the Capital Awards held at the Riverbank Park Plaza London, England

Meet the Spartans Review


Unbearable
If Airplane! is the Mad magazine of cinematic lampoons, then Meet the Spartans is its subpar competitor, Crazy. Produced and directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, this feeble spoof of 2007's surprise hit 300 is a year too late and several million brain cells too short. After delivering the appalling Spy Hard, Date Movie, and Epic Movie, the team has tricked yet another studio suit into letting them hurl this excremental example of their sodden, slapdash satire at audiences. No one aside from 14-year-old dweebs who've yet to know the touch of a woman will be laughing, however.

Following the Frank Miller/Zack Snyder spectacle beat for beat (King Leonidas -- Sean Maguire -- takes a dedicated group of Spartans to the Hot Gates to defend his city against the advancing Persian horde and their God King Xerxes -- Ken Davitan), Freidberg and Seltzer bloat their unbelievably bad script with every past-its-shelf-life pop culture reference imaginable -- including Carmen Electra. There are nauseating nods to Shrek, American Idol, Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Deal or No Deal, Ugly Betty, Donald Trump, Transformers, Borat, and You Tube whiner Chris Crocker. When not foraging through those whose 15 minutes of fame expired several TMZ stories ago, Meet the Spartans is advancing child abuse, homophobia, and ethnic pigeonholing as part of its "only a joke" kind of insult humor.

Continue reading: Meet the Spartans Review

The Third Wish Review


Grim
Maggie Malone (Jenna Mattison) is the type of girl that exists only in the movies: She lives in San Francisco, works in a bookstore (where virtually no one ever shops), rides her bike everywhere (invariably downhill), has a cat and lots of candles, and is friends with the homeless guy who lives in the alley downstairs (he even watches her bike for free!). She's so quirky she shakes hands with a waiter at a fancy restaurant! That's darn quirky!

Maggie Malone's story, alas, is almost too cliched even to exist in the movies. One boring day at the shop (run by Betty White, pretty much the only remotely interesting part of the film), Maggie discovers an old copy of Great Expectations, and suddenly she finds herself being granted a series of wishes, courtesy of a young British guy (Sean Maguire) who says she has a secret benefactor, who apparently is loaded with cash. (Sound familiar?)

Continue reading: The Third Wish Review

Sean Maguire

Sean Maguire Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS