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A Million Ways To Die In The West

With Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Giovanni Ribisi, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman this movie was a follow-up to Ted for Seth MacFarlane. He hasA_Million_Ways_to_Die_in_the_West_poster become a total irreverent non-politically correct writer and producer; some of you might watch his South Park. Seth is a nerdy type sheep rancher who is ridiculed by many including the ‘love of his life’ played by Amanda Seyfried. She drops him and this puts him into a tailspin. Charlize Theron who continues to be as beautiful as ever, helps him become a stronger individual. The antics and comedy that surrounds this is hysterical in spots, funny in others and at times offensive, but, this is what Seth MacFarlane does. This is a funny movie. I give it

2.5 out of 4 stars

Words And Pictures

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With Juliette Binoche, Clive Owen, Keegan Connor Tracy, Amy Brenneman, Adam DiMarco, Bruce Davison. The story line of this adult romantic comedy is about a popular English teacher, played by Clive Owen, who happens to have a drinking problem, is smitten with the new teacher of the block played by the ever beautiful Juliette Binoche of Chocolat fame. She is suffering from rheumatoid arthritis and all of it’s debilitating effects. They develop a competition within their class of the importance of Words or Pictures i.e., Clive Owen the English teacher and Juliette Binoche the artist. It is an effective and satisfying story which captures everyone into their relationship. Of course happy endings help! I give this movie

3.5 our of 4 Stars

(add the extra .5 star is you are a Juliette Binoche fan)

Jersey Boys

With John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen, Michael Lomenda, Vincent Piazza, Christopher Walken. Jersey Boys has been a successful Broadway mucisal for years. I have seen it 3 times and couldn’t wait to see the movie. I was not disappointed in this movie. It retells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four seasons and how they became who they were with the intrigue of mafia connections, street crime, and their amazing success. I give this

3 out of 4 stars

(to anyone younger than 50. If you are older then 4 out of four, especially if you know the words of all of the songs, present company included)