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The Angriest Man in Brooklyn

Henry Altmann (Robin Williams) is an angry man. He keeps a list of everything he hates. It includes just about everything. He has pushed away his wife (Melissa Leo), his son (Hamish Linklater), and his brother (Peter Dinklage). 406 more words

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Philippe Petit's High Wire Act at LongHouse

LongHouse devotees were in for a special treat on Thursday, August 7, when Philippe Petite celebrated the 40th anniversary of his famous clandestine Twin Towers exploits by getting all high wire at the East Hampton-based Reserve. 279 more words

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The Angriest Man In Brooklyn

Starring: Robin Williams, Mila Kunis, Peter Dinklage, Melissa Leo, Hamish Linklater, Sutton Foster, James Earl Jones, Louis CK, Richard Kind

I’m trying to think of the last great Robin Williams role. 283 more words

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Angriest Man in Brooklyn - DVD Review 3/5 stars


This one was a lot better than I thought it would be.  Certainly it wasn’t a great film, but it was enjoyable.  Robin Williams plays Henry Altmann, an angry man (who lives in Brooklyn) who is having a bad day and can’t help but take it out on everyone around him.   349 more words

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The Fighter (2010) - Grog's Movie Review

Director: David O. Russell
Writers: Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson
Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Melissa Leo, Mickey O’Keefe, Jack McGee, Melissa McMeekin, Bianca Hunter, Eric McDermott… 1,130 more words

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The Fighter

There are just a handful of good boxing movies, but The Fighter must be ranked among them.

This 2010 film written by Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy, and Eric Johnson is based on the true story of two brothers who each attained some degree of success in the world of boxing.  526 more words

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Charlie Countryman - True Love Hasn't Been This Wrong

Seriously, Charlie Countryman could have been 10 times greater if Matt Drake, the scenarist, didn’t try to mix up every genres; fantastic, thriller, romance, comedy; my head hurts. 322 more words

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