10 items from 2011
MTV has the latest clip of Peter Facinelli in his new movie, Loosies. Here you can see Peter in a scene with Christy Carlson Romano where he appears to be in some credit card trouble. Enjoy the scene below: In the film, Peter Facinelli, who also wrote the script, stars as Bobby, a pick pocket [...]
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It's not easy to find love in the city. Christy Carlson Romano, formerly known as Kim Possible and Ren on "Even Stevens," seems poised to learn that the hard way in this exclusive clip from "Loosies."
In the film, Peter Facinelli, who also wrote the script, stars as Bobby, a pick pocket who ends up in over his head. At a restaurant with Romano's character, Carmen, Bobby charms the young woman he supposedly helped with a lost wallet. When the bill comes and the credit card comes back denied, it looks like Bobby's luck may be running out.
Michael Madsen plays the cop on his trail and the one who heads to the restaurant after Bobby's card runs as stolen.
Check out the exclusive clip from "Loosies" above, and watch the movie today at SundanceNow.com.
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- MTV Movies Team
The Film A young pickpocket in the New York subways, living a fast, free, lifestyle is confronted by a woman whom he had a one night affair with, she informs him that she is now pregnant with his child, he must now choose between continuing the lifestyle he lead or take responsibility for his actions. Watch Michael Corrente's new film Loosies, before it hits theaters on SundanceNow.com and cable VOD to find out if Bobby will choose love over living the fast life. Directed by Michael Corrente (Brooklyn Rules) and starring Peter Facinelli (who also wrote the screenplay), Jaimie Alexander, William Forsythe, Michael Madsen, Joe Pantoliano, Christy Carlson Romano and Vincent Gallo, Loosies is now available to see in select theaters. The Prize - One (1) Access Code to watch Loosies for free »
- Pietro Filipponi
by Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com
Let’s face it; despite featuring Keifer Sutherand, Director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes remake) and some brutal, creative death sequences, the 2008 remake was an overblown mess of a horror film. Even Sutherland hilariously pulling a gun on a nun couldn’t raise it above mediocrity.
So a sequel (Mirrors 2), minus the talents of Sutherland, Aja, and with a story completely unrelated to the first film, was looking to be quite the grim affair. Naturally, I just had to watch it.
It’s been one year since Max Matheson (Nick Stahl) was involved in a car accident that saw the death of his fiancée Kayla, and he is still coming to terms with his overwhelming grief. He soon receives a phone call from his father Jack (William Katt) who offers him a job as a security guard at the Mayflower Department store (the »
Look for more on the movie starring Michael Madsen, William Forsythe, Christy Carlson Romano, Tommy DeNucci, Johnny Cicco, Annie Worden, and Jeanine Kane soon. In the interim dig on the eye candy below.
Natural selection says that, when faced with a predatory intrusion, all organisms must evolve to survive. However, Darwin made no promises that evolution would lead to improvement...
As they’ve been doing for years, Louis and his son, Andrew, are first to arrive at the peaceful cottage their hunting club rents each deer season, and as the other club members arrive, they begin the familiar, relaxing task of setting up the cabin. Deep in the woods, cut off from civilization, they spend a long weekend cleaning, »
- Uncle Creepy
In addition to shooting Inkubus , Glenn Ciano returned behind the camera for Infected . This one, again, stars William Forsythe and adds Michael Madsen and Christy Carlson Romano. Details and trailer below! As they.ve been doing for years, Louis and his son arrive at a hunting lodge for their yearly vacation with family and friends. They hunt, drink, and share stories by the fire, enjoying the relaxing, familiar countryside. But when the caretaker.s mother falls ill, it is quickly apparent that she is not sick from an ordinary virus. When she disappears into the woods, the fear begins to spread. Reports of an outbreak of a mutated form of lyme disease begin popping up all over New England and soon, all over the country. The disease is causing people to become »
Christy, you are a great actress and a real-live Disney Princess!
She was great as Ren Stevens, the lovable older sister to Shia Lebouf, in Disney Channel’s Even Stevens, and now she’s all grown up! Christy is in two films that are set to be released in 2011, Loosies, and Infected — find out what else is to come on Astrology.com!
Happy birthday, Christy Carlson Romano! A performer and Disney Channel darling, you’ve certainly explored your talents as a singer and actress onstage, on the set and in the recording studio. Born on the first day of Aries, you’re eager to put things in motion … and it’s likely you’re not very patient when things don’t transpire as quickly as you’d like! A smattering of recent films has likely soothed your fiery nature long enough for you to figure out your next move. With four planets in Scorpio, »
- Jennifer Murray
When Max (Stahl), a recovering addict, takes a job as a night time security guard job at his fathers department store, he begins to see visions of a young woman in the stores mirrors. Unsure whether his visions are side effects of his prescription sleeping pills or actual reality, he begins to look deeper into the source of the images in the mirrors. When employees of the store turn up dead and Max is a suspect in the murders, he must expose the girls connection to a scandal within the department stores walls in order to prove his innocence and put a stop to the spirit in the mirrors.
A look at what's new on DVD today:
Directed by Joe Maggio
Released by Mpi Home Video
When a food critic ("Humpday"'s Justin Leonard) takes a butcher knife to the restaurant of a celebrity chef (James LeGros), the chef plots the ultimate revenge in this gory satirical thriller from director Joe Maggio. (My review from the Los Angeles Film Festival is here.)
Directed by Christian Alvart
Released by Paramount
2010 is probably a year best forgotten by Renee Zellweger, who not only appeared in the execrable "My Own Love Song," which went straight to Netflix, but also this thriller that was filmed in 2006, but didn't see a release until last fall. Zellweger stars as a social worker whose latest case involving a child (Jodelle Ferland) that she believes is a victim of abuse leads to something far more terrifying. Bradley Cooper and Ian McShane co-star.
- Stephen Saito
Whoa, what a way to start the new year! After several weeks of desolate conditions in terms of horror title releases, the floodgate just burst open.
This is the week you may want to think about using up those giftcards and cash you got from returning your holiday presents. Major releases are vying for your greenbacks alongside re-releases in Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D (in case Santa brought you a 3D TV recently), and other more independent titles. In addition to movies, there's also a Buffy motion comic and the next volume of a vampire's diary in paperback.
The Last Exorcism (Review)
Directed by Daniel Stamm
When he arrives on the rural Louisiana farm of Louis Sweetzer, the Reverend Cotton Marcus expects to perform just another routine “exorcism” on a disturbed religious fanatic. An earnest fundamentalist, Sweetzer has contacted the charismatic preacher as a last resort, »
10 items from 2011
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