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Susie Essman Sunday 15th April 2012 Broadway opening night of ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre – Arrivals.

Patty Smyth and Susie Essman - Patty Smyth and Susie Essman New York City, USA - HBO Sports screening of McEnroe/Borg 'Fire & Ice' Tuesday 7th June 2011

Patty Smyth and Susie Essman
Patty Smyth and Susie Essman

Susie Essman Wednesday 13th April 2011 2011 Riverkeeper Fishermen's Ball at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers New York City, USA

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Lorraine Bracco, Susie Essman and Women - Lorraine Bracco and Susie Essman New York City, USA - Police Athletic League's 22nd Women of the Year Luncheon - Arrivals Thursday 28th October 2010

Lorraine Bracco, Susie Essman and Women
Lorraine Bracco and Women

Larry David, Susie Essman and Jeff Garlin - Larry David, Susie Essman and Jeff Garlin New York City, USA - on set during the filming of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Tuesday 29th June 2010

Larry David, Susie Essman and Jeff Garlin
Larry David and Susie Essman
Larry David and Susie Essman
Larry David and Susie Essman
Larry David and Susie Essman
Larry David and Susie Essman

Cop Out Review


Good
Trying to make up for a lack of genuine wit, this film adopts a frenetic pace with a constant stream of jokes and action. The result is watchable, occasionally funny and instantly forgettable.

Cops Jimmy and Paul (Willis and Morgan) have been partners for nine years but, after a chase goes horribly wrong, they're suspended for a month. While Paul suspects his wife (Jones) of infidelity, Jimmy's daughter (Trachtenberg) is planning an extravagant wedding. To pay for it, Jimmy decides to sell a valuable baseball card, which is promptly stolen by a low-life goon (Scott) and passed on to a murderous gangster (Diaz). So Jimmy calls Paul to help him get it back. It's not like they have anything better to do.

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Bolt Trailer


Bolt is a super-dog! He’s got his own TV show and his life on camera is full of adventure, the reality is of course that he’s not a super dog, he’s just a normal pup who happens to be on TV, so when he accidentally finds himself in New York city, trying to distinguish between on screen stunts and real life situations becomes pretty hard! Along the way Bolt makes some friends who help him find his way back home to owner and co-star Penny!

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Bolt Review


Very Good
If action "auteur" Michael Bay trained dogs instead of constructing Transformers, his canines would probably behave like Bolt.

Disney's computer-animated mutt (voiced by John Travolta) defends his beloved owner, Penny (Miley Cyrus), from the evil forces of Dr. Calico (Malcolm McDowell) by head-butting semi-trucks, dangling from speeding locomotives, catapulting over military helicopters, and shooting laser beams from his eyes.

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The Man Review


Terrible

A boring, all-you-can-regurgitate buffet of buddy-movie/cop-movie banality, "The Man" would collapse under the weight of its own generic stupidity if it weren't for the screen presence of Samuel L. Jackson and Eugene Levy.

Continuity-blind director Lee Mayfield ("Blue Streak") asks very little of these two entertaining actors -- just that Jackson rehash his hotheaded, wise-cracking tough-guy persona for the umpteenth time and Levy do the same with his familiar babbling, middle-aged suburban dork character. But such familiarity is the only comfort in a flick so feeble it actually depends on its plot holes to advance the story.

Levy is a dental equipment salesman who inadvertently stumbles into a one-man illegal-arms sting being run by Jackson, a leather-clad, corn-row cool, loose-cannon federal agent forced to prove his innocence after his crooked partner is killed. Shopworn odd-couple antics and idiot-reliant misunderstandings ensue, along with lots of routine bad-cop behavior from Jackson. While loquacious Levy frets and stammers, Jackson beats up informants, threatens witnesses, borrows $500,000 from an evidence locker (what could possibly go wrong?), and endangers civilians -- all of which is played for laughs without any hint of success.

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