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Coen Marathon: Intolerable Cruelty

“Attila the Hun. Ivan the Terrible. Henry the Eighth. What do they have in common?”   “Middle name?”

“I’m gonna nail yo ass”

“Bitch! That’s my Daytime Television Lifetime Achievement Award!” 725 more words

Film Reviews

Alchemist by Lux, a short film starring Catherine Zeta-Jones

In 2009, Lux, the Unilever soap brand, produced the short film Alchemistto promote its new Super Rich Shine soap. Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones starred in it and the screenplay was written by the Oscar-nominated screenwriter Jeffrey Caine. 58 more words

Showcases

TV Movie: Catherine the Great (1996)

This is one of those productions which really makes me wonder how the economics of it could possibly work. Costumes are lush, the cast is frankly amazing, and it can’t have been cheap. 333 more words

The Terminal is a 2004 American comedy-drama film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones. It is about a man who becomes trapped in New York’s John F.

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Movie Review

Chic: Catherine Zeta-Jones. Lottie Moss. Gigi Hadid.

Now take a look at the various wide leg pants Catherine, Lottie and Gigi are wearing — Cool, right?! Oh, doesn’t Catherine look like a gypsy or pirate with her bandana? 34 more words

RIORI Vol 3, Installment 72: Steven Spielberg's "The Terminal" (2004)

The Players…

Tom Hanks, Stanley Tucci and Catherine Zeta-Jones, with (quite the supporting cast of) Barry Henley, Eddie Jones, Diego Luna, Chi McBride, Michael Nouri, Kumar Pallana and Zoe Saldana. 6,948 more words

Movies

Classic Film Review: Chicago

And the Oscar Goes to:

Chicago, 2002

Directed by: Rob Marshall

Starring: Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, Queen Latifah, John C. Reilly

Chicago is a film adaptation of the musical of the same name, and focuses on Bill Flynn (Richard Gere), a lawyer representing two murderesses (Roxie Hart, played by Renee Zellweger, and Velma Kelly, played by Catherin Zeta-Jones) on death’s row in 1920’s Chicago. 315 more words