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My Fun Interview with Emily Mortimer from "Hugo"

Dec 1st, 2011

The sweet, sweet Emily Mortimer stars as Lisette, the flower seller, in the new Martin Scorsese film, "Hugo." She is the love interest of the station inspector played by Sacha Baron Cohen. Their romantic subplot provides one of the many hearts of the fantastic film.

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Killing Bono Tackles Fame and Failure With Mixed Comic Results

Nov 8th, 2011

For every musical act that’s made it big, there are thousands that have languished in obscurity, but when it comes to movies, it’s rare that a band that comes to naught gets much screen time. Achtung Baby celebrates it’s 20 year anniversary this month

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Blog: Movie Line
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Inspirational "Dolphin Tale" Doesn’t Go All Soppy

Sep 26th, 2011

You couldn’t come up with a simpler, more nakedly inspirational story than the one told in Dolphin Tale: Unhappy, disengaged child of single mom finds a wounded dolphin caught in a trap’s ropes and cuts it free

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Blog: Movie Line
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Harry Connick Jr. Talks About "Dolphin Tale" and Filipino Food, Yum!

Sep 22nd, 2011

I love Harry Connick Jr.! He’s sweet, charming, and he remembered me from my first time meeting him for the movie "New in Town." In "Dolphin Tale," the actor plays Dr. Clay Haskett, the inspiring man who runs the Clearwater Marine Hospital.

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"Warrior", the Tale of Two Rockys, Packs a Potent Emotional Punch

Sep 13th, 2011

There’s a moment at the end of Gavin O’Connor’s MMA drama Warrior in which two men who have been relentlessly beaten and pummeled in the octagon stand dripping with exhaustion, rivers of sweat mingling with the tears running down their faces.

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Blog: Movie Line
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See Me Get Pummeled! Watch "Warrior" Movie Review! Things I Do for Art! OUCH!

Sep 12th, 2011

Here's more on "Warrior" from Lionsgate: An ex-Marine haunted by a tragic past, Tommy Riordan returns to his hometown of Pittsburgh and enlists his father, a recovered alcoholic and his former coach

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The Iconic Nick Nolte Talks About " Warrior!"

Sep 9th, 2011

Meeting Nick Nolte, the cinema icon, was a real blessing! I enjoyed every minute I spent interviewing the acting legend.

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"Attack the Block" Doesn’t Cut Deeply, But At Least Offers Lo-Fi Thrills

Aug 1st, 2011

Attack the Block stems from an intriguing, clever idea: What if the neighborhood thugs you hope not to encounter on your walk home from the subway turn out to be the very people who save the Earth from alien invaders?


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Blog: Movie Line
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