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The Loft (2014)

The Loft (2014)

Running time: 108 mins.

Director: Erik Van Looy

Frankly Rating: 4.5/10 (2 STARs)

Starring; Karl Urban (Bourne Supremacy and Star Trek), James Marsden (X-men and Robot & Frank), Wentworth Miller (Prison Break), Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family), and Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust & Bone and The Drop). 193 more words

THE LOFT

☆☆☆☆

Dir: Erik van Looy (2014)

It’s Joel Silver directing The Hangover in this dumbstruck tale involving a group of philandering man babies who bag a New York loft apartment to conduct their extramarital affairs. 293 more words

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Two-Time Emmy Award Winner Eric Stonestreet To Lead Field At Auto Club Speedway

From Auto Club Speedway 

FONTANA, Calif. (March 17, 2015) – Auto Club Speedway announced today that two-time Emmy Award winner Eric Stonestreet will be behind the wheel of the Official NASCAR 2015 Toyota Camry Pace Car as he leads the field of 43 stock cars before the start of the Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway on Sunday, March 22, at 12:30 p.m. 357 more words

Nascar

The Right Place To Do Wrong

“The Loft” is a 2014 thriller film, directed by Erik Van Looy, and is a remake of the 2008 Dutch language movie “Loft” which was also directed by Van Looy. 397 more words

Film

'Modern Family' fan recap: Drone vs. idiots

Season 6 | Episode 17 | “Closet? You’ll Love It” | Aired Mar 4, 2015

This week on Modern Family, the format is back to normal, but the situations are just as funny. 1,101 more words

The Loft (2015)

I found The Loft to be fairly entertaining.  The editing is fast-paced and does a great job creating suspense.  As a whole The Loft is well constructed.   151 more words

2015 Reviews

A ROOM WITH A VIEW TO KILL: The Loft

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