Elle (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Elle (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

ELLE (2016) Starring Isabelle Huppert, Laurent Lafitte, Anne Consigny, Charles Berling, Jonas Bloquet, Virginie Efira, Christian Berkel and Judith Magre. Screenplay by David Birke. Directed by Paul Verhoeven. Distributed by Sony Pictures Classics.  131 minutes.  Rated R. A couple of decades ago it looked like Dutch director Paul Verhoeven was going to be one of … Continue reading

Debra Messing – Starting Over Again
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Debra Messing – Starting Over Again

Debra Messing Starting Over Again by Jay S. Jacobs Debra Messing has a problem that most actresses would kill for.  When you are known indelibly for a role which hits the pop-culture jackpot, sometimes it’s not easy to get the public to see you as anyone else. Messing spent eight years playing Grace Adler on Will … Continue reading

Sharon Stone – Basic Instincts Aroused Again
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Sharon Stone – Basic Instincts Aroused Again

SHARON STONE BASIC INSTINCTS AROUSED AGAIN by Brad Balfour For Sharon Stone, the first Basic Instinct film, directed by Paul Verhoeven, was quite an odyssey; it established her as a provocative sex symbol, an actress willing to open herself up (and her legs) for the camera. In that film, she played a lesbian crime novelist accused of … Continue reading

Don’t Say a Word (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Don’t Say a Word (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

DON’T SAY A WORD  (2001) Starring Michael Douglas, Sean Bean, Brittany Murphy, Guy Torry, Jennifer Esposito, Famke Janssen and Oliver Platt. Screenplay by Anthony Peckham and Patrick Smith Kelly. Directed by Gary Fleder. Distributed by 20th Century Fox.  96 minutes.   Rated R. There is almost a foolproof recipe for Michael Douglas films. He starts out … Continue reading