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FX's 'Sons Of Anarchy' premiere

Tommy Flanagan - Ahead of the premiere for FX’s seventh and final series of ‘Sons of Anarchy’, the stars were photographed on the Red Carpet at the TCL Chinese Theatre, in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. - Saturday 6th September 2014

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Tommy Flanagan
Tommy Flanagan

Charlie hops on his bike for "Sons Of Anarchy"

Charlie Hunnam, Kim Coates and Tommy Flanagan - Charlie Hunnam hops on his bike on the set of "Sons Of Anarchy" after taking time off to film his new movie Crimson Peak in Canada. The uk actor was seen fooling around with the rest of the cast as they film the last season to their hit biker show. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 29th May 2014

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Charlie Hunnam, Tommy Flanagan and Mark Boone Junior
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Charlie Hunnam first day back to film season finale of "Sons Of Anarchy"

Charlie Hunnam, Tommy Flanagan and Jimmy Smits - Actor Charlie Hunnam spotted on the first day of shooting the final season of thier hit show "Sons Of Anarchy" filming in downtown Los Angeles. Charlie is back to his old ways of being a biker as he finish filming his other project "Crimson Peak" filming in Canada. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 29th May 2014

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Video - Billy Crystal Makes An Appearance At Media Presents: 'Fargo' In New York - Part 3


'Monsters University' star Billy Crystal was spotted at the Media Presents: 'Fargo' event held at The Paley Center in New York, alongside 'The Lord of The Rings' actor Sean Astin and a series of stars across the FX Network.

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FX Networks Upfront Premiere Screening Of 'Fargo'

Kim Coates and Tommy Flanagan - FX Networks Upfront Premiere Screening Of 'Fargo' at SVA Theater - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 10th April 2014

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Kim Coates and Tommy Flanagan - the FX Networks Upfront screening of 'Fargo' at SVA Theater on April 9, 2014 in New York City. - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 10th April 2014

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Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball Trailer


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Smokin' Aces Review


Weak
A double-decker, monster-man sandwich of a movie with all the condiments dripping off and the tomatoes soaking through the bread, Joe Carnahan's Smokin' Aces grabs you by your lipstick-smudged collar and chucks you headfirst into a car-crash dizziness of crime, punishment, and bureau hobgob.As with most directors, Carnahan is eager to put the giddiness of his debut, Blood, Guts, Bullets & Octane, on top of the professionalism of 2002's brooding Narc, only too happy to throw in a who's-who of dynamite character actors to add flavor. Flipping scene-to-scene with a racecar driver's patience, Smokin' Aces quickly engages the viewer but just as quickly stuffs the plot with enough peripheral storylines to garner an Advil intermission. Carnahan, however, seems only the merrier to turn the mayhem up to eleven.Here's the scoop: Buddy "Aces" Israel (Jeremy Piven) has turned states evidence and has been marked to be deposited in an unmarked grave, heart removed and in the hand of the invalid Don of the Las Vegas mafia. Quicker than you can say Vincent Vega, a plethora of gun-totting, knife-brandishing assassins are descending on the Lake Tahoe hotel where Israel has commandeered the penthouse suite and filled it with enough blow and prostitutes to garner a Motley Crue reunion gig. There's a sexually-ambivalent pair of Jackie Brown's (scene-stealers Alicia Keys and Taraji P. Henson), a trio of Nazi-punk, south-bred Mad Max's (led by dirtied-up pretty-boy Chris Pine), a relentless torture artist (Nestor Carbonell), and a superbly vicious Ethan Hunt-type mask-wearer named Lazlo Soot (Tommy Flanagan). Oh, and not to mention a bail bondsman and two ex-cops (Ben Affleck, Peter Berg, and Martin Henderson) hired by a Herpes-positive lawyer (Justin Bateman).Israel's right-hand man Sir Ivy (hip-hop ingénue Common in a solid acting debut) has suspicions on Buddy's loyalty as the bureau chief (Andy Garcia, his cheeks tight enough to brandish a diamond ring from a lump of coal) deliberates on whether Buddy is essential to the FBI's case or not. To fast-track the proceedings, two FBI agents are sent to pick Israel up, played with welcome integrity by Ray Liotta and Ryan Reynolds. This is all confounded by a paint-by-numbers mystery about the Las Vegas Don's origins and his hand in an FBI agent's death.Not for nothing, Carnahan's big mess has a stunningly concise tone to it, not trashy enough to be campy and not serious enough to be harshly considered. There's no denying, however, that Smokin' Aces is a backpedal from the grimy cop paranoia of its predecessor. Ultimately, many of the characters are superfluous to the kinetic frenzy of the film and come off as cameos (Bateman, Affleck, and a surprise Matthew Fox head the list). This also lends itself to a problem of absurdly curt storylines that seem to mass into a rubber-band ball of narratives. That being said, it's still a kick to watch Carnahan go all in, pulling out some primo action scenes including a climactic shoot-out that ends with an assassin taking a chainsaw up the keister. The effect sprays about as much bodily fluid to the ironically-named Nomad hotel as one could imagine from a Tarantino disciple with time and money on his hands.Aces high.

When a Stranger Calls (2006) Review


Weak
"The call is coming from inside the house!!!!"

It's a line that's frightening regardless of whether you know its coming or not. The quintessential urban legend, the tale of the babysitter harassed by the maniacal killer who, yes, is calling and taunting from inside the house, strikes fear into the heart of every teenager. It's scary because it gets right at the heart, the very marrow, of our fear of the unknown. I'm sure cavemen had similar tales to frighten the unwary, the naïve. "The growling was coming from inside the cave!!!!"

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All About The Benjamins Review


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Rap music, ghetto characters, drugs, buxom young women, baggy clothes, countless variations of a certain profanity with the prefix "mother"... Such elements are all too familiar with Cube Vision, the production company owned by Matt Alvarez and Ice Cube. Next Friday was the first film from the company, this is the second, and Friday After Next (really!) -- the third installment in the series -- will be third. With so much in common with the other Friday films, it's a wonder why they just didn't call this All About the Fridays.

That's a bad pun, but it's better than anything in this movie. The only thing keeping Benjamins on its own stylistic level is the graphic violence. In fact, it's so violent at times, it is hard to tell if this movie is a trying to be a comedy or an action flick. It isn't exactly a riot watching people manipulating a man's severed arm as he screams for pain and mercy. Does the movie really think this is funny? Is it trying to be funny? Does anyone involved even know the answers to these questions?

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Ratcatcher Review


Good
In case it hasn't been made clear by a dozen or so films already, being a slum kid in a city like Glasgow sucks -- hard. Poor James (William Eadie) deals with a deadbeat dad and a hysterical mother, haunted by the memory of her other son, who drowned in the local canal. James's ostensible "friends" are the local bullies -- the only person he has a real connection with is the local teenage whore. In a world dominated by rats and other vermin, James tries to find his way the best he can -- which isn't saying a whole lot. Gritty and realistic, yet flecked with curious scenes of surreality, Ratcatcher is a bit better than this kind of fare usually turns out, difficult but rewarding.

Plunkett & Macleane Review


OK
In 18th century Britain, they sure did have a lot of fireworks and loud rock 'n' roll music...

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All About The Benjamins Review


Weak

Ice Cube and Mike Epps, co-stars of the stoner satire "Next Friday," trade their ganja for gunplay in "All About the Benjamins." Cube is a rebellious, hotshot Miami bounty hunter and Epps is his frequent petty-criminal quarry, but they become partners looking to score some fast cash when one of their regular foot chases lands them both in the middle of a diamond heist.

Actually, Epps isn't interested in the diamonds. He dropped his wallet while hiding in the back of the jewel thieves' van and he just wants it back because the wallet contains his girlfriend's winning $60 million lottery ticket.

Cube doesn't buy that story, but he plays along because he wants to start his own private detective agency and he figures he could get some great publicity out of collaring a couple killers who stole $20 million in stones.

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