Princess Madeleine and Malin Akerman attended the 2017 World Childhood Foundation USA 2017 Thank You Gala Dinner held by World Childhood Foundation at Cipriani on October 2, 2017 in New York City, USA. #PrincessMadeleine #MalinAkerman
Most people have skeletons in their closets. Jane, she has dresses.
There are 27 of 'em, to be exact—all hideous, once-worn bridesmaid dresses. And if this were a different sort of film, one might expect these dresses to multiply and morph, eventually attacking poor, unsuspecting Jane in a diabolical taffeta frenzy.
But 27 Dresses is not that sort of film. It is a romantic comedy, and as such, the dresses hang limply in the closet until someone decides to take them out, put them on or throw them away. The thing is, they're too ugly to be worn again—at least out in public—but Jane is too sentimental to chuck them. She loves being a bridesmaid, and the dresses are poufy reminders of all the good times she's had helping others fulfill their wedding-day dreams.Jane's not so thrilled about adding a 28th to her collection, though. Her boss, George—to whom Jane has been secretly attracted for years—is getting married to her blond, gorgeous and conniving little sister, Tess. Jane is, of course, expected to organize everything, just like she always does. , .
Kevin's not helping matters much, either. He's a hunky-yet-cynical newspaper reporter who's covering the wedding for the New York Journal's "Commitments" page. Endearing in an obnoxious sort of way, Kevin "steals" Jane's day planner, rips a week or so out of it and then—in permanent marker—schedules himself onto every Saturday for the rest of the year. Could it be he's fishing for more than just a story?
Bet you’ve never seen anyone cross Watchmen with Liar Liar just for a fart joke 💨 🤣🎥🎞🎬
Videophoto from tonight Skavlan November 8, 2019 Malin Åkerman,
See Me In Blue Shirt in the audience
Én ting må dere vite: Både Malin Åkerman og Fredrik Skavlan er både kulere og morsommere enn dere får se på TV denne helgen! 😆 #malinakerman #skavlan
And Part 3 of the interview with @iltasanomat
In addition to the coffee bussiness , Patterson plays and sings in his rock band @smithradioofficial . He is currently working on ballads in the studio. The musical influences of the actor-musician range from Beethoven to the Rolling Stones and from Oasis to Tupac Shakur .
Gilmore girls can be watched on Netflix. Of his own streaming favorites , Scott Patterson mentions HBO's Billions , which he describes as very Shakespearean. "Billions's Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis are great Actors. Maggie Siff is phenomenal." He mourns the departure of Malin Åkerman, the ex-wife of Bobby Axelrod (Lewis), who plays Lara . "I met her recently and I was really nuts because the show lost so much and went down when she left the series. The character was pretty tough, and Lewis need her alongside him to survive this chill game. A moral compass is always needed for an extreme character, and now Lewis is a bit lost, but maybe that's the point. Anyway, he's the damn good guy."
Finns drink the most coffee in the world. Patterson knows this and hopes that his own coffee will also be available in Finland. At this time, it can be ordered from Amazon within the United States.
A downhill skiing actor dreams of going to Finland someday. "I dreamed I could move there and just ski down all the time. Let's see what happens", he throws.
Original article: https://www.is.fi/tv-ja-elokuvat/art-2000006298435.html
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Watchmen (4K HDR)
Jules Wiley - highly relatable
31 DAYS OF HORROR #23 .
The Final Girls is directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and stars Taissa Farmiga and Malin Akerman as a young woman grieving the loss of her mother, a former actress and Scream queen, finds herself pulled into the world of one of her famous 80s slasher flicks. I've heard a lot about this one and have definitely been meaning to get around to it, so I was pretty pumped when someone suggested it for my 31 days of horror. I love the idea behind it, as the slasher genre, particularly in the 80s, is ripe for the picking as far as jokes and things you can parody. But as far as this being some sort of cult classic, while it was fun, it's ultimately forgettable and a little pedestrian.
Around 30 minutes into this movie, I started to think that this felt a lot like the horror, slasher version of this year's "Isn't it Romantic," with Rebel Wilson. And then I looked it up and I'll be damn if it wasn't the same damn director! Both with Adam Devine no less! From that point on, I pretty much knew the tone, the direction, and the comedic beats we would be getting from here on out and I was mostly spot on. The film does take a really fun approach to the genre, mostly Friday the 13th, which seems to be it's primary source of inspiration, but it doesn't do anything we haven't seen before and better. Scream covered the whole virgin thing and the idea of the "final girl," the self awareness of being in a horror production was in "Cabin in the Woods, I mean we've seen it all before. And to be honest, the PG-13 rating really held it back in my opinion. They could have went full on, bloody slasher camp, and it would have been hilarious to see those gory scenes in a comedic context. As a result, all the death scenes just felt neutered and lame. .
I did think, everyone in the film, did a good job and the overall flow of the movie worked well. I liked the relationship between Farmiga and her mother, Akerman. Kind of unexpected, especially in a film like this, but they actually had some depth in their characters and a real emotional pull in their performances. Overall, I liked this film for what it was, just a fun, campy goof.
SCORE - 7.75/10
~ L’avis de Ciné2909 sur Rampage - Hors de contrôle ~
Au menu aujourd’hui The Rock et des monstres géants !
Primatologue passionné à la réserve naturelle de San Diego, notre pote Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson) a une relation privilégiée avec George, un gorille albinos qu’il a recueilli lorsque celui-ci n’était qu’un bébé. L’animal a vu son comportement brusquement se modifier car il vient de terrasser un grizzly et surtout il a grandi dans des proportions impressionnantes. Cette agressivité soudaine et cette transformation physique sont en fait la conséquence d’une exposition à une expérience menée illégalement par le groupe Energyne sous l’égide de Claire & Brett Wyden (Malin Akerman & Jake Lacy). Ces derniers savent également que George n’est pas un cas isolé puisqu’un loup géant a également fait son apparition dans le Wyoming et ils ont bien l’intention d’attirer ces cobayes à Chicago !
A la base c’était un simple jeu vidéo sorti dans les années 1980 dans les salles d’arcade puis adapté ensuite sur consoles. Le jeu se résume à des monstres combattant au beau milieu d’une ville, un scénario suffisamment élaboré pour justifier une adaptation cinématographique du coté d’Hollywood. Pour doper le film, on a fait appel au roc qu’est Dwayne Johnson toujours aussi à l’aise quand viennent les scènes d’action mais ça s’arrête là. Rampage - Hors de contrôle est loin d’être aussi fun qu’on pouvait l’espérer ; à la limite j’aurais préféré voir davantage les monstres semer la destruction plutôt que de devoir se taper des personnages aussi lisses voire antipathiques comme les Wyden.
La note : 4/10
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