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New York premiere of 'We Bought a Zoo' at the Ziegfeld Theater - Arrivals

Sylvia Miles Monday 12th December 2011 New York premiere of 'We Bought a Zoo' at the Ziegfeld Theater - Arrivals New York City, USA

New York premiere of 'We Bought a Zoo' at the Ziegfeld Theater - Arrivals.

Sylvia Miles - Sylvia Miles, New York City, USA - New York premiere of 'We Bought a Zoo' at the Ziegfeld Theater - Arrivals. Monday 12th December 2011

New York Premiere of 'Young Adult' at the Zigfield Theater

Sylvia Miles Thursday 8th December 2011 New York Premiere of 'Young Adult' at the Zigfield Theater New York City, USA

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at the 'Hugo' premiere shown at the Ziegfeld Theatre.

Sylvia Miles and Ziegfeld Theatre - Sylvia Miles, New York City, USA - at the 'Hugo' premiere shown at the Ziegfeld Theatre. Monday 21st November 2011

Screening of 'Run Fatboy Run' - Arrivals

Sylvia Miles Tuesday 18th March 2008 Screening of 'Run Fatboy Run' - Arrivals New York City, USA

Crossing Delancey Review


OK
Amy Irving headlines a strange trip through New York love, Annie Hall style, as her bookstore staffer encounters a headstrong author and a pickle maker en route to romance. Will she find happiness in the arms of paper or dill? Cryptic and meandering, don't be surprised if you have trouble caring who she falls for in the end.

The Sentinel (1977) Review


Good
Next time you rent an apartment, you might check to make sure it's not the doorway to hell before you sign the lease. Alison (Cristina Raines, who vanished from the Hollywood scene in 1987) is a suicidal model who figures this old and roomy place will offer a respite from her rough life. When she complains about the weird and loud neighbors (including an unforgettable and deliciously nasty Beverly D'Angelo, who rubs her crotch to, er, completion when Alison is over for coffee), it turns out no one else lives there. Is it a hallucination or demons? Either way, this is one hell of a sick little horror flick. Watching for stars then and now to make their appearances can alone make the film worthwhile.

The Sentinel Review


Good
Next time you rent an apartment, you might check to make sure it's not the doorway to hell before you sign the lease. Alison (Cristina Raines, who vanished from the Hollywood scene in 1987) is a suicidal model who figures this old and roomy place will offer a respite from her rough life. When she complains about the weird and loud neighbors (including an unforgettable and deliciously nasty Beverly D'Angelo, who rubs her crotch to, er, completion when Alison is over for coffee), it turns out no one else lives there. Is it a hallucination or demons? Either way, this is one hell of a sick little horror flick. Watching for stars then and now to make their appearances can alone make the film worthwhile.

Crossing Delancey Review


OK
Amy Irving headlines a strange trip through New York love, Annie Hall style, as her bookstore staffer encounters a headstrong author and a pickle maker en route to romance. Will she find happiness in the arms of paper or dill? Cryptic and meandering, don't be surprised if you have trouble caring who she falls for in the end.

Midnight Cowboy Review


Extraordinary
Joe Buck (Jon Voight), in what may be the boldest and most naive move in movie history, heads from west Texas to New York City via bus, to strike it rich as a male prostitute. He encounters a diminutive con man named Ratso (Dustin Hoffman), who takes him under his wing as his "manager." Sadly, it soon becomes apparent that neither of these characters can take care of themselves, much less one another. Depressing and nearly hopeless, this classic and infamous film (originally X-rated in 1969, it still won Best Picture), Midnight Cowboy has analogues in countless films from later years, all the way through American Beauty. Highly recommended.
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