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Andrew McCarthy, Margaret Colin and Victor Slezak - Andrew McCarthy, Margaret Colin and Victor Slezak New York City, USA - pose prior to a run-thru of Neil LaBute's 'A Second of Pleasure' as part of Summer Shorts 3 at 59E59 Theatres Thursday 23rd July 2009

Andrew Mccarthy, Margaret Colin and Victor Slezak
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Andrew Mccarthy, Margaret Colin and Victor Slezak

Victor Slezak - Tuesday 1st April 2008 at National Arts Club New York City, USA

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Victor Slezak, Portia, Joanna Gleason, Adriane Lenox and Jordan Charney

One Tough Cop Review


Weak
One Tough Cop sure makes for one boring movie. This true story of a case in the life of NYC flatfoot Bo Dietl has that "ripped from today's headlines" feeling usually reserved for TV. It's best left there.

The Bridges Of Madison County Review


Weak
How to waste two fine actors in a piece of Hallmark wannabe crap? Bridges of Madison County provides us a textbook case of the above, with Eastwood and Streep trying to cash in on the craze that made a million housewives swoon and sickened the rest of us. Utter pap, redeemed only by the professionalism of its stars in sub-standard material.

The Cat's Meow Review


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Most film directors dream about making their "Citizen Kane," and while few would have the audacity to try to equal Orson Welles' cinematic masterpiece, Peter Bogdanovich has found a way to do the next best thing.

Where Welles borrowed famously from the life of William Randolph Hearst -- his ego, his powerful publishing empire and his scandals -- in creating the fictional Charles Foster Kane, Bogdanovich has commandeered an incessant rumor about an infamous and mysterious death aboard Hearst's yacht in 1924 and turned it into a foxy and spirited historical showbiz anecdote that lingers in your mind for weeks after seeing it.

"The Cat's Meow" is an ensemble piece packed with the best work of some under-appreciated actors including Edward Herrmann ("The Lost Boys," "Gilmore Girls") as an amusingly gruff Hearst whose paranoia has gotten the better of his nerves; Joanna Lumley ("Absolutely Fabulous") as sardonic novelist and socialite Elinor Glyn; Jennifer Tilly ("Bound") as sycophantic but opportunistic gossip columnist Louella Parsons; Cary Elwes ("The Princess Bride") as once legendary, now down on his luck movie producer Thomas Ince; and a delightfully devilish yet wisely understated Eddie Izzard ("Shadow of the Vampire") as Charlie Chaplin. All these famous names were among the billionaire's onboard guests that fateful weekend.

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