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Film Review: 'Shot'

Jeremy Kagan’s gun-control drama “Shot” opens with a bullet piercing a man’s back. There’s a problem. The bang should be louder. So sound mixer Mark (Noah Wyle) hits rewind, and as the squib rushes back inside the actor’s cowboy costume, he cranks up the bass. 611 more words

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'Shot': Watch Clip Of Noah Wyle's Powerful Role As Paralyzed Victim Of Gun Violence

EXCLUSIVE: Here’s an exclusive first look at Shot, a drama about three lives forever changed by gun violence that hits theaters September 22. The film stars Noah Wyle and Sharon Leal with a great performance by one heck of a newcomer in Jorge Lendeborg, Jr.Paladin acquired domestic theatrical rights to… 909 more words

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Noah Wyle's Drama 'Shot' Lands at Paladin (EXCLUSIVE)

Paladin has acquired domestic theatrical rights to Noah Wyle’s “Shot,” a drama about three lives irrevocably changed when a gun is accidentally fired on a busy Los Angeles street. 346 more words

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June 4: Happy Birthday Angelina Jolie and Bruce Dern

Today is Angelina Jolie’s 42nd birthday.  The future Oscar-winner made her screen debut in a small role in the 1982 film Lookin’ to Get Out… 1,344 more words

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Rebecca Romijn, Noah Wyle, & Christian Kane in The Librarians (s03e09)

“And the Fatal Separation” has the team travel to Shangri-La to restore the Monkey King and his prized staff. About 15 minutes into this episode, Romijn, Wyle, and Kane are all subdued by ninjas with tranquilizer darts.

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IT'S ONLY THE END OF THE WORLD

“…Dolan has come up with yet another film of quite devastating impact.”

Wayward Wolf.

Director Xavier Dolan is no stranger to confrontational, explosive content, and his latest piece, … 532 more words

Blu-ray Review: Donnie Darko

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Donnie is a troubled high school student: in therapy, prone to sleepwalking and in possession of an imaginary friend, a six-foot rabbit named Frank, who tells him the world is going to end in 28 days 06 hours 42 minutes and 12 seconds. 810 more words

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