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And yet writer Simon Burke and director David Leveaux rest their hopes on Courtney's charm and chemistry with James to carry the movie past unremarkable sets and costumes, goofy dialogue and plot twists visible from miles away. There's fun to be had 

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ZPL1352: Features: -Category: Print Music-Format: Book-Arranger: Dan Coates-Instrumentation: Piano-148 pages-Level: Easy piano-Song List (contributor): Canon in D [Johann Pachelbel (composer)]; Bridge Over Troubled Water [Paul Simon (composer)]; Leaving on a Jet Plane [John Denver (composer)]; Laura [David Raksin (composer); Johnny Mercer (lyricist)]; Misty (Vocal) [Erroll Garner (composer); Johnny Burke (lyricist)]; The Shadow of Your Smile (from "The Sandpiper") [Paul Francis Webster (lyricist); Johnny Mandel (composer)]; At Last [Harry Warren (composer); Mack Gordon (lyricist)]; Over the Rainbow (from "The Wizard of Oz") [Harold Arlen (composer); E.Y. Harburg (lyricist)]; Take My Breath Away [Giorgio Moroder (composer); Tom Whitlock (lyricist)]; Love Story (Where Do I Begin) [Francis Lai (composer); Carl Sigman (lyricist)]; You Light Up My Life [Joe Brooks (composer)]; How Deep Is Your Love [Barry Gibb (composer); Robin Gibb (composer); Maurice Gibb (composer)]; You Needed Me [Randy Goodrum (composer)]; Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (from "Pal Joey") [Lorenz Hart (lyricist); Richard Rodgers (composer)]; Endless Love [Lionel Richie (composer)]; On the Street Where You Live (from "My Fair Lady") [Frederick Loewe (composer); Alan Jay Lerner (lyricist)]; Summertime (from "Porgy and Bess") [George Gershwin (composer); Ira Gershwin (lyricist); Dubose Heyward (composer); Dorothy Heyward (composer)]; Valentine [Jim Brickman (composer); Jack Kugell (composer)]; How Do I Live [Diane Warren (composer)]; The Prayer (English Only) [David Foster (composer); Carole Bayer Sager (composer)]; The Promise [Jim Brickman (composer)]; As Time Goes By (from "Casablanca") [Herman Hupfeld (composer)]; La Vie En Rose (Take Me to Your Heart Again) [Mack David (lyricist); Edith Piaf (lyricist); Luis Guglielmi (composer)]; The Days of Wine and Roses [Johnny Mercer (lyricist); Henry Mancini (composer)]; Killing Me Softly [Norman Gimbel (composer); Charles Fox (composer



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New York. 2001. Simon & Schuster. Advance Reader's Copy. Very Good In Wrappers. 334 pages. July 2001. paperback. ISBN: 0743204832. inventory # 28556. FROM THE PUBLISHER- Set in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, home to celebrities seeking to escape the pressures of public life, as well as to xenophobes dedicated to establishing a bulkhead of patriotic paranoia, Burke's novel features Billy Bob Holland, former Texas Ranger and now a Texas-based lawyer, who has come to Big Sky Country for some fishing and ends up helping out an old friend in trouble. ' And big trouble it is, not just for his friend but for Billy Bob himself-in the form of Wyatt Dixon, a recent prison parolee sworn to kill Billy Bob as revenge for both his imprisonment and his sister's death, both of which he blames on the former Texas lawman. As the mysteries multiply and the body count mounts, the reader is drawn deeper into the tortured mind of Billy Bob Holland, a complex hero tormented by the mistakes of his past and driven to make things-all things-right. But beneath the guise of justice for the weak and downtrodden lies a tendency for violence that at times becomes more terrifying than the danger he is trying to eradicate.'.

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With a stellar supporting cast and a great soundtrack, Edgar Wright's Baby Driver is one of the summer's most anticipated action movies (see Gothamist for a review). But this Hong Kong sleeper produced by Jackie Chan and opening locally on one suburban screen deserves some love, too. Yang Mi stars as scientist Xia Tan, who's part of a team on the verge of perfecting a long-elusive technology: time travel. Naturally, a rival company led by Wallace Huo wants the technology for itself, and kidnaps Xia Tan's young son in exchange for priceless scientific data. Use the untested technology on herself. Sure, there are plot holes, and it would have been even better if it were directed by a master like Johnnie To (whose Drug War is one of the great action movies of the century). Yet with the kind of brutal action typical of Hong Kong cinema and a surprising gallows humor, Reset (also known as Fatal Countdown: Reset ) is a nail-biter that asks how far a mother will go to save her child from danger. Watch the trailer. Opens Friday at Regal Cinemas Rockville. When this film premiered at the Washington Jewish Film Festival this spring, Mark Lieberman wrote , "The central problem with this World War II drama lies in the casting. Jai Courtney plays the ostensible protagonist Captain Stefan Brandt, a Nazi soldier tasked with standing guard over Germany's former monarch Kaiser Wilhelm II (Christopher Plummer), who fumed in exile in the '30s as the country fell to a... Courtney doesn't work nearly hard enough to earn sympathy for his character, and even worse, he's not dastardly enough either, coming across as a blank unworthy of the affections of the Kaiser's heady maid Mieke (Lily James). And yet writer Simon Burke and director David Leveaux rest their hopes on Courtney's charm and chemistry with James to carry the movie past unremarkable sets and costumes, goofy dialogue and plot twists visible from miles away. There's fun to be had observing the carefree Kaiser, as Plummer injects him with bubbly insouciance. Watch the trailer. Opens tomorrow at The Avalon. Nicolas Cage continues his extended tenure in cinematic purgatory with this erotic thriller (so they tell me) about Angela (Gina Gershon) and Brian (Cage), who befriend a mysterious young woman (Nicky Whelan) who they hire as a nanny for their... Jonathan Baker's only other directorial credit is a 1989 video tennis comedy starring Dick Van Patten, and since it's never a good sign when previews are not made available to critics, it may be inconceivable that this movie could be any good. But did I mention that Faye Dunaway is in it. Playing Cage's mother. Two of the greatest hams of their generations in one simmering potboiler. Watch the trailer. Opens tomorrow at AMC Rio, Gaithersburg. In early films like Tales of the Gimli Hospital (1988), director Guy Maddin used old film stock to create strange fables that seemed to emerge from an alternate RKO universe. But in later years, he became more mannered, and films like Brand Upon the Brain (2006) could be all but unwatchable. But he summoned something like reality for this semi-autobiographical quasi-documentary about the town where he grew up. As part of a film series celebrating Canada's sesquicentennial, the National Gallery of Art will screen a 35mm print of one of... Watch the trailer. Saturday, July 1 at 2 p. m. at the National Gallery of Art, East Building Auditorium. Also opening this week, Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning and Collin Farrell star in The Beguiled , Sofia Coppola's remake of Clint Eastwood 1971 film about a Union soldier who takes shelter at a Virginia girls' school. We'll have a full review tomorrow.


  1. And yet writer Simon Burke and director David Leveaux rest their hopes on Courtney's charm and chemistry with James to carry the movie past unremarkable sets and costumes, goofy dialogue and plot twists visible from miles away. There's fun to be had 
  2. Written by Simon Burke; based on Alan Judd's novel “The Kaiser's Last Kiss.” Starring: Christopher Plummer, Lily James, Jai Courtney, Janet McTeer, Ben Daniels, Eddie Marsan. At West Newton, Dedham. 107 minutes. R (nudity, sexual situations
  3. This relationship is perhaps too much at the forefront of Simon Burke's script, but Courtney, playing an arrogant young officer with increasing doubts over his service, shows a greater depth here than the action star has previously. When not chopping
  1. Watching Burke and Hare forgot how funny this was. Both Simon and Andy sound like they could be from down the road.
  2. Simon Cowell, his label pushing 1D (in the same vein fellow X Factor black acts like JLS and Alexandra Burke suffer…
  3. Kinda what happened to JLS and even Alexandra Burke (all black acts) because of Simon pushing 1D


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Simon Burke - Wikipedia
Simon Gareth Burke AO (born 8 October 1961) is an Australian actor, active in films, television and theatre.

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The Way Way Back Australian Movie Premiere - Toni Collette At State Theatre, Sydney, Australia - 6th June 2013 'The Way Way Back' enjoyed its Sydney red carpet premiere tonight at the beautiful State Theatre. The movie is part of the current Sydney Film Festival, which has thousands of Sydney movie lovers braving the cold and wet weather than this season is shedding upon Sydney. Promo: Funny, smart and uplifting, The Way, Way Back is a well-crafted coming-of-age comedy with winning performances by a stellar cast. Fourteen-year-old Duncan (Liam James) is forced to spend the summer vacation with his mother Pam (Toni Collette), her condescending boyfriend Trent (Steve Carell) and his mean-girl daughter. Constantly humiliated, Duncan struggles until he meets Owen (Sam Rockwell, in arguably his best performance), the manager of a somewhat dishevelled Water Wizz water park. Rebellious, relaxed, and very funny, Owen pokes fun at Duncan, but at the same time gives him the...
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Legally Blonde The Musical opens at The Star, Sydney GALA WORLD AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE PURPLE CARPET ARRIVALS AND AFTER PARTY Media are invited to cover the Purple Carpet arrivals at the Gala Australian Premiere of the award winning musical LEGALLY BLONDE on Thursday October 4, 2012. Guests at the opening night include NSW Minister for Major Events and the Arts George Souris; X Factor judges Mel B and Natalie Bassingthwaite; Adam Garcia; Danielle Spencer; Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, Lisa Gormley, David Jones Roberts and Rhiannon Fish; Triple J breakfast team Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson; MTV’s Keiynan Lonsdale, Kate Peck and Jules Sebastian; television personalities David Campbell, Michael Caton, Laura Csortan, Gigi Edgley, Josh Horner and Kerri-Anne Kennerley; stars of musical theatre including Kelley Abbey, Simon Burke, Bobby Fox, Amanda Harrison and Ian Stenlake; alongside the UK producer of LEGALLY BLONDE Howard Panter and his Australian co-producer John Frost. Sydney continues...
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