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  1. Consulta todas las noticias e información sobre cine: estrenos, los Goya, los Oscar... Toda la actualidad cinematográfica, en EL MUNDO.

  2. 18/08/2020 · Blonde. NC-17; Biography, Drama, Romance; Directed by ; Andrew Dominik; She was an actress of uncommon talent. But once again a director is more interested in examining her body (literally, in ...

  3. [65] [66] Escribiendo para Rolling Stone, Peter Travers criticó la película por «[moverse] entre frustrantes tirones», pero fue más positivo en su evaluación de Johansson y Portman y escribió, «lo que funciona es el combustible equipo de Natalie Portman y Scarlett Johansson, que dan a la Bolenas un núcleo duro de inteligencia e ingenio, balanceando las cuestiones protofeministas del ...

  4. All we got was the very first Good Burger sketch from Season 1 of All That. While that's great to have, I wish they would have included deleted scenes and bloopers. The original trailer showed James McDaniel, best known for playing Lt. Arthur Fancy on NYPD Blue asking Ed for a good shake and Ed literally shakes him.

  5. Growing Up Brady is a 2000 American made-for-television biographical film based on the 1992 autobiography Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg written by actor Barry Williams with Chris Kreski.

  6. Alana's family is played by her real-life family members. She and her sisters are the members of Haim, a Grammy-nominated rock band. Paul Thomas Anderson previously directed a number of music videos for Haim, and when he was a child, his elementary art school teacher was Donna Haim, the mother of the girls.

  7. › wiki › Moor_(film)Moor (film) - Wikipedia

    The film was rated good overall by critics. Rafay Mahmood of The Express Tribune praised the film, rated 4 out of 5 stars and wrote "Jami manages to pull off the impossible with Moor. He grants us a true Pakistani film sans being pretentious or preachy and makes the much rural and suburban concept of ‘love for your motherland’ moving for urban audiences."