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Leslie Bibb - Opening night for Fool For Love at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre - Arrivals. at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 9th October 2015

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Leslie Bibb - Actress Leslie Bibb goes shopping in Beverly Hills wearing a denim jacket and knee length leggings - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 20th July 2015

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Leslie Bibb - Actress Leslie Bibb goes shopping in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 20th May 2015

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Leslie Bibb - The 19th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards at the Barker Hangar - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 16th January 2014

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Josh Radnor and Leslie Bibb - New York Stage and Film and Vassar's 30th Anniversary Powerhouse Season Media Day held at Pearl Studios - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 3rd June 2014

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Josh Radnor and Leslie Bibb
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Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski - Thomas Sadoski and Leslie Bibb on the set of their new movie 'Take Care' - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 29th August 2013

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Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski
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Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski
Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski
Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski

Leslie Bibb wearing Tucker by Gaby Basora - Opening night of 'Reasons To Be Happy' at the Lucille Lortel Theatre - After Party - New York, NY, United States - Tuesday 11th June 2013

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Josh Hamilton, Jenna Fischer, Fred Weller and Leslie Bibb
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Fred Weller, Leslie Bibb, Jenna Fischer and Josh Hamilton - Opening night of 'Reasons To Be Happy at the Lucille Lortel Theatre - Curtain Call - New York City, NY, United States - Tuesday 11th June 2013

Fred Weller, Leslie Bibb, Jenna Fischer and Josh Hamilton
Fred Weller, Leslie Bibb, Jenna Fischer and Josh Hamilton
Fred Weller, Leslie Bibb, Jenna Fischer and Josh Hamilton
Fred Weller, Leslie Bibb, Jenna Fischer and Josh Hamilton

Law Abiding Citizen Review


Weak
Super-slick filmmaking masks this thriller's reprehensible message that violence can solve any problem. It's so beautifully shot and nicely underplayed by the cast that viewers could be fooled into believing that it's coherent or acceptable. But it's neither.

Clyde (Butler) has his happy life destroyed when a psycho (Stolte) kills his wife and daughter, but his lawyer Nick (Foxx) accepts a plea bargain that lets the killer out of jail in three years. A decade later, Clyde starts his revenge. A spot of brutal torture and murder lands him in prison, but he continues from behind bars with his violent mission to take down the legal system. It's up to Nick and a cop (Meaney) to figure out how he's doing this before he kills them too.

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Leslie Bibb - Sunday 17th May 2009 at Fashion For Life Los Angeles, California, USA

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The Midnight Meat Train Review


OK
Although the title sounds like the punch line to a crude joke ("...and they called it the midnight meat train!"), The Midnight Meat Train is in fact based on an early Clive Barker short story. The film is perhaps best known (at least in Barker fan circles) as a sterling example of what happens when studio politics gets in the way of filmmaking. While The Midnight Meat Train had a sizable budget and an edgy, young director (Japanese impresario Ryuhei Kitamura of Versus (a hyperactive zombie flick) fame), the movie was unceremoniously dumped into a hundred-odd budget theatres (quelle horror!) where maybe a hundred-odd people saw it. Maybe. The reasons this sad fate befell The Midnight Meat Train are legion, but most Barker fans (as well as Barker himself) seem to agree it had everything to do with infighting at Lionsgate. Whether the film was dumped due to internal politics or whether it was because Lionsgate no longer had faith in the picture, The Midnight Meat Train, despite its ridiculous title, is a decent horror flick. Slick and well-shot, it easily could have played first run theaters and may even have turned a profit.

Closely following Barker's original story (found in volume one of his Books of Blood collection), The Midnight Meat Train concerns a spate of subway disappearances. It seems a serial killer ("The Butcher" aka Mahogany) is offing commuters unlucky enough to be riding the late night trains he lurks on. Told he needs to kick his photos up a notch if he wants to be respected, photographer Leon (played by Bradley Cooper), heads into the bowels of the city looking for kicks. He finds them but he also stumbles upon The Butcher and begins a one-man quest to capture the killer.

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Leslie Bibb - Monday 17th November 2008 at Ziegfeld Theatre New York City, USA

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Sex And Death 101 Review


OK
Daniel Waters has one of Hollywood's most intriguing resumes. After writing his first film, Heathers, Waters trolled through the Hollywood meat grinder, writing some of the '90s worst big-budget movies: Demolition Man, The Adventures of Ford Fairline, and the widely-razzed Hudson Hawk.

Waters dropped out of Hollywood for nearly a decade before reviving himself to write and direct the largely forgotten Happy Campers. After another six year hiatus he returned again with Sex and Death 101, which has the distinction of reuniting Waters with Heathers star Winona Ryder... who's been through her own travails, as well.

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Iron Man Review


Very Good
The summer movie season arrives with a clang as Iron Man, a second-tier superhero from the mighty Marvel Comics universe, receives a first-rate film adaptation courtesy of director Jon Favreau (Elf, Zathura) and his perfectly-cast leading man, Robert Downey Jr.

A standard origin story, Iron Man stays faithful to its comic-book roots while making necessary upgrades that enhance the characters rich history. Favreau and his screenwriters follow shortcuts instituted by the superior Batman Begins and the inferior Spider-Man. The first half establishes our hero outside of his costume. The second half ramps up the action as it confronts a central villain and lays groundwork for potential sequels.

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Wristcutters: A Love Story Review


Good
Woody Allen has said, "Don't look upon death as an end but as a very effective way of cutting down on your expenses." But it doesn't quite work out that way in Goran Dukic's feature film debut as writer/director, Wristcutters: A Lover Story.

Wristcutters: A Love Story takes place in a barren landscape littered with the detritus of consumer culture, where the unsmiling populace eat grayish junk food, hang around dingy bars and dilapidated apartments, and listen to audio cassettes of Joy Division and Gram Parsons. Welcome to Purgatory, a drab and monotonous dead zone, appearing like a cross between the Mojave Desert and Trenton, New Jersey. This is the depository of all the unhappy folk who have offed themselves in life and are now in limbo, not quite dead but certainly no longer among the living. Dukic tells the tale in a literally deadpan style road movie, resembling a George Romeo version of The Wizard of Oz, filtered through a sardonic sensibility; a quieter, gentler version of the Dylan song "Ain't Talkin'" or Cormac McCarthy's The Road.

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See Spot Run Review


Weak
David Arquette gets to reinforce his status as the goofy doofus once again in this below-average family comedy about a boy, a dog, and a dumb, sloppy, immature mailman (that would be Arquette). Peering through this half-assed attempt at a funny movie, it's easy to see that the laughs are few and the comic action is a bore -- even the dog looks kind of fed up.

Arquette, however, through the muck of this movie, is actually good as the hapless idiot. Sure, he's played the part before, but in a film like this, Arquette gets to be genuinely likable, especially in the face of the W.C. Fields edict (never work with dogs or children). Maybe it's his childish demeanor or puppy dog face that makes him fit right in, but he's one of the only bright spots of this film.

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Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby Review


Very Good
America, meet your newest folk hero. His name is Ricky Bobby, and unlike his more humble legendary predecessors like Davy Crockett and such, this dim-but-daring NASCAR driver was born to win. He's a brand new kind of champion for the "shock-and-awe" America, living his life by one motto: "If you're not first, you're last."And whether you're a member of the NASCAR Nation or dead on the other side of the fence with the rest of us urban-intellectual elitists, you'll find Ricky Bobby and Talladega Nights funny and entertaining. It skirts the line between parody and homage so well that you will hardly be able to tell whether Will Ferrell and his Anchorman collaborator Adam McKay are poking fun at or celebrating NASCAR culture.The story follows Ricky (Ferrell) from his childhood, in which his deadbeat racecar driver dad (Gary Cole) instilled in him that lifetime motto, to his redneck adulthood, where - with the help of loyal pal Cal Naughton Jr. (John C. Reilly) - he climbs the NASCAR ranks to become the best racer in the land. He's got it all: the "smoking hot" wife (Leslie Bibb), his sons Walker and Texas Ranger, product endorsements galore (lampooned a little uncomfortably with many product placements), and the love of fans everywhere.But it all comes crashing down when gay French driver Jean Girard (Sacha Baron Cohen of Ali G fame) comes on the scene, stealing his days of thunder. When Ricky tries to take him on in a big race, they both wreck spectacularly, putting Ricky in the hospital and into a career tailspin. In order to get his groove back, he heads home and rediscovers his original sensei, dad Reese Bobby. And so begins the long road back, which is hilariously strewn with cougars, blindfolds, and Lucky Charms (you'll see).The biggest question for most fans is, "How funny is Ferrell?" Well, for my money, he's very big on the chuckle quotient, but I wasn't falling out of my chair, as I have with some of his other efforts. It's subjective, of course, but much of the material seems a little tame. Instead, I found that the most ingenious moments came when Ferrell, Reilly, and Cole are just allowed to riff, and they end up with these incredibly wacky, edgier, side-splitting bits. One of my faves involves Reilly's Naughton telling a half-comatose Ricky about his foray into nude male modeling. Priceless.Overall, the gags throughout are funny but sometimes come a little cheap. While I don't think any of our Southern, NASCAR-loving friends will take offense, some of them do cut a little too close to just pointing out how ridiculous white-trash Americans live. But, whatever... everyone seems to love Larry the Cable Guy, right?The bottom line here is that this movie is created to be so likeable and probably tested against the broadest mainstream audience possible that it's going to be a monster hit. If you want your wild and crazy Will Ferrell, look for him elsewhere. But if you just want a few laughs from a movie that you know everyone's going to enjoy, Ricky Bobby's definitely your man.Hey, Macarena!

The Skulls Review


Bad
A secret society so powerful it can get away with murder. A secret society so exclusive it firebrands everyone who joins with its mark. A secret society so secret... it has a big logo up on top of the building!?

You know something is rotten with The Skulls right from the get-go. I mean, what self-respecting prep school-Ivy League snob would join an organization with a name as stupid as "The Skulls"? Well, Luke (Joshua Jackson) would be, for one. Only he's no preppie. He's a "townie" with no money, but even though he's of the Lower Classes, since he's such a good rower (yes, "the skulls," I get it), he's a shoo-in for the secret society. A mysterious invitation arrives, and Luke is whisked into a world of power and money, where men in red robes usher in beautiful women for the taking at tuxedoed parties. Before you can utter "Fidelio," Luke has become One of Them.

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See Spot Run Review


Weak
David Arquette gets to reinforce his status as the goofy doofus once again in this below-average family comedy about a boy, a dog, and a dumb, sloppy, immature mailman (that would be Arquette). Peering through this half-assed attempt at a funny movie, it's easy to see that the laughs are few and the comic action is a bore -- even the dog looks kind of fed up.

Arquette, however, through the muck of this movie, is actually good as the hapless idiot. Sure, he's played the part before, but in a film like this, Arquette gets to be genuinely likable, especially in the face of the W.C. Fields edict (never work with dogs or children). Maybe it's his childish demeanor or puppy dog face that makes him fit right in, but he's one of the only bright spots of this film.

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The Young Unknowns Review


Weak
Even Less Than Zero?

It's the party of the year at Charlie's (Devon Gummersall) dad's. Well, it's the party of the week anyway. His girlfriend (Arly Jover) is around, and a couple of friends -- one loser (Eion Bailey) and one model (Leslie Bibb) join in the fun. That pretty much means drinking, drugging, and swimming in the pool.

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The Skulls Review


Terrible

Laced with horribly clichéd secret society mumbo jumbo and unintentionally funny homoerotic undertones, "The Skulls" is a laughable thriller about a pre-law Yale student (Joshua Jackson) so shallow and ambitious that he's willing to throw over his best friend and the girl he loves just to be accepted in an underground campus club of power-hungry blue bloods.

The Skulls, you see, are an indomitable, clandestine handful of the country's social and political elite -- all Yale men -- who the movie tells us founded the CIA among other ominous undertakings. Members are members for life. They get branded and paired up with other members as "soul mates." They live by a musty, leather-bound, 200-year-old book of rules. They cover up each other's scandals.

When this brotherhood accept new members, money is deposited money in their bank accounts, they're given expensive cars, tuxedos (which are worn to frequent Skulls dinner parties), nice wrist-watches, nights with call-girls in a Christian Dior gowns, and -- most importantly as far as young Luke McNamara (Jackson) is concerned -- they pay their conscripts' tuitions and see to it they get into the law school of their choice.

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Leslie Bibb

Date of birth

17th November, 1974

Occupation

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Sex

Female

Height

1.75




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Captain America: Civil War - First Look Trailer

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No Good Deed Trailer

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Hell Baby Trailer

Hell Baby Trailer

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Movie 43 Trailer

Movie 43 Trailer

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7500 Trailer

7500 Trailer

Flight 7500 is a plane flying from Los Angeles to Japan, a trip that should...

Zookeeper Trailer

Zookeeper Trailer

Griffin Keyes is the caretaker at Franklin Park Zoo, he loves his job and adores...

Iron Man 2 Trailer

Iron Man 2 Trailer

Watch the trailer for Iron Man 2.Picking up where the first film left us, the...

Law Abiding Citizen Movie Review

Law Abiding Citizen Movie Review

Super-slick filmmaking masks this thriller's reprehensible message that violence can solve any problem. It's so...

Law Abiding Citizen Trailer

Law Abiding Citizen Trailer

Watch the trailer for Law Abiding Citizen When Clyde Shelton's wife and young daughter are...

Confessions Of A Shopaholic Trailer

Confessions Of A Shopaholic Trailer

Watch the trailer for Confessions Of A ShopaholicBased on Sophie Kinsella's books 'Confessions of a...

The Midnight Meat Train Movie Review

The Midnight Meat Train Movie Review

Although the title sounds like the punch line to a crude joke ("...and they called...

Midnight Meat Train Trailer

Midnight Meat Train Trailer

Leon Kaufman is a budding photographer, trying to cut himself a career as an artist....

Sex and Death 101 Movie Review

Sex and Death 101 Movie Review

Daniel Waters has one of Hollywood's most intriguing resumes. After writing his first film, Heathers,...

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