Michelle Monaghan – From Trucks To Trains

Michelle Monaghan - From Trucks To Trains

Posted on 23. Mar, 2011 by Administrator.

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by Brent Simon Photography by Robert Todd Williamson Styling by Lisa Michelle Boyd Make Up Shane Paish Hair Gio Campora More than a few crummy Catskills comedians have made careers out of little beyond mocking women drivers, but actress Michelle Monaghan belies those stereotypes. And, by God, if need be she will happily parallel park [...]

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Creep – An interview with Lauren Flax

Creep - An interview with Lauren Flax

Posted on 19. Dec, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Gordon Sharp Creep is the new project from DJ/Producers Lauren Flax (Fischerspooner) and Lauren Dillard.  Their first album offers up an electronic flavor and features a rotating cast of guest vocalists, including Romy Madley-Croft from the XX.  We sat down with Lauren Flax recently to talk about the new project, videos and vocalists. h. [...]

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Mary Louise Parker – Misdeeds with Ms. Weeds

Mary Louise Parker - Misdeeds with Ms. Weeds

Posted on 18. Aug, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Mark Cartier photos by Robert Todd Williamson styled by Albert Medonca hair by Gio Campora make up by Torsten Witte It is seven o’clock in the morning. The worst hour of any day. Somewhere between hair and make-up, costuming, and shooting another scene, Mary-Louise Parker, who has been at work for a while now, [...]

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A Nightmare on Elm Street – Film Review

A Nightmare on Elm Street - Film Review

Posted on 30. Apr, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Todd Gilchrist Rating: Having spent time on the set of A Nightmare on Elm Street speaking with producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form, the guys at Platinum Dunes who successfully spearheaded relaunches of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Amityville Horror and Friday the 13th franchises, I respect and even agree with the logic that [...]

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The Losers – Film Review

The Losers - Film Review

Posted on 23. Apr, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Todd Gilchrist Rating: It speaks to the general disposability of action movies that I am unable to immediately remember more than a handful released in the last decade. Ironically, I feel as if I’ve seen all of them, and yet, The Rundown time and again is my go-to choice for one of the best, [...]

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Date Night – Film Review

Date Night - Film Review

Posted on 09. Apr, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Todd Gilchrist Rating: There are certain movies that demand discussion and analysis, and others that simply are what they are. Date Night falls into the latter category: a lighthearted comedy about a New Jersey married couple whose night on the town turns into a race for their lives, there’s precious little that needs to [...]

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On The Edge in Malibu: Build Green or Let It Be?

On The Edge in Malibu: Build Green or Let It Be?

Posted on 07. Apr, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Jason Dean The hypocrisy hounds smelled blood when word began to spread last year about “Leaves in the Wind,” the 156-acre, five-dwelling development in the Sweetwater Mesa area of the Malibu hills proposed by U2 guitarist The Edge. People salivated over the suggestion that the very band that propped itself up as a paragon [...]

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Clash of the Titans – Film Review

Clash of the Titans - Film Review

Posted on 02. Apr, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Todd Gilchrist Rating: Although I steadfastly don’t believe in writing reviews as some sort of consumer service, the most important thing I have to say about Clash of the Titans is do not see the film in 3-D. Part of the motivation for my plea, admittedly, is to save you the extra money 3-D [...]

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Queen of the World: Kathryn Bigelow and The Hurt Locker Rule Oscars

Queen of the World: Kathryn Bigelow and The Hurt Locker Rule Oscars

Posted on 08. Mar, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Jason Dean The 82nd Annual Academy Awards’ build-up toward the crowning of Best Director and Best Picture was a see-saw battle for momentum between Team Cameron and Team Bigelow. Best Cinematography and Best Soundtrack showdowns for the two visually arresting—but very different—films set the tone as the dueling exes traded reaction shots throughout the [...]

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Alice in Wonderland – Film Review

Alice in Wonderland – Film Review

Posted on 05. Mar, 2010 by Administrator.

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by Todd Gilchrist A few years ago I would have described Tim Burton and Alice in Wonderland as a perfect pairing of director and material; even without intimate familiarity with the source material, his pedigree as a purveyor of mainstream fantasy is largely unrivaled, and there’s no doubt his visual sense could reinvigorate (if not [...]

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