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AND HER SECOND SURGERY AT EIGHT MONTHS. SHE HAS HAD A LIP REPAIR, THEN EAR AND TUBES PUT IN AND PALLET REPAIRED. THERE WILL BE MORE SURGERIES IN THE FUTURE AND, OF COURSE, SHANNON IS WORRIED HOW HER LITTLE GIRL WILL BE TREATED BY OTHER KIDS. IT IS MORE SO AWARENESS. LOTS OF PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE WHAT THIS REALLY IS. THAT IS WHY SHE IS SO INFURIATED BY THIS CHARACTER IN THE LONE RANGER MOVIE. <br>Read more: http://www.clickondetroit.com/lifestyle/health/disney-movie-character-has-some-metro-detroit-parents-upset/-/2300442/21572096/-/ocfe1nz/-/index.html







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The cop has to kill Julian, and mom is willing to seduce anyone to get what she craves. Like the flawless martial arts sequences offered through the stoic police chief, Refn strips it all down to essential movements and archetype. Unlike his fanboy, action-loving contemporaries, Refnas violence actually feels violent a though we donat actually see as much a because he captures the crushing rush of emotion that fuels physical conflict. In fact, one of the most violent a and oddly funny a scenes involves Kristin Scott Thomas checking into a luxury hotel. Almost unrecognizable in designer shades, long blond hair and collagen-plumped lips, Thomas eviscerates the young check-in clerk with a wave of her manicured fingernail. It may well be the best entrance of Thomasas illustrious career, and it proves you donat need fat brush strokes if the canvas is well composed. Refn does not let his colours bleed, and by keeping each element contained, the true nature of tragedy emerges through the gaps because itas the characters that insist on mingling the pigments. <br>Read more: http://www.ottawacitizen.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Movie+review+Only+Forgives/8679737/story.html





Movie review: Only God Forgives



His memoir, The Billy Bob Tapes, is one of the best books I've read this year, offering free-wheeling commentary about his film career, passion for music and heartfelt appreciation of the South. Last night I watched Thornton's new film, Jayne Mansfield's Car , which just became available on demand. It marks his return to writing and directing; the last flick he helmed and penned was 2001's Daddy and Them. First off, Jayne Mansfield's Car boasts an incredible ensemble cast that includes Thornton, Robert Duvall, John Hurt, Kevin Bacon, Robert Patrick and Frances O'Connor. Set in 1969 in rural Alabama, much of it is a father-son tale about three veterans of World War II and their dad (Duvall), a tight-lipped WWI vet. Their lives, already wrought with tension, are thrown into disarray when a British family, led by Hurt, arrives for a visit. <br>Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/story/popcandy/2013/08/21/jayne-mansfields-car/2681367/





Movie review: The Act of Killing



It predicts the box office in the world's most populous nation will grow at a year-on-year rate of 15.6 percent over the next five years and hit $5.5 billion by 2017. In January to June, domestic films outperformed imported ones by 65 percent at the Chinese box office. That was a huge reversal from the same period last year, when proceeds from imported films almost doubled those of domestic productions. NICHE MARKETS Hollywood blockbusters remain hugely popular in China, but the success of local content is being driven by a bigger and broader audience as cinemas expand into second- and third-tier cities, where movie-goers tend to watch domestic films. "For viewers who grew up watching TV and videos from the Internet, they are more familiar with and more receptive to movies with local culture and human interest elements," said Yin Hong, director of the Center for Film and Television Studies at Tsinghua University. China now has more than 15,000 movie screens, with about Kim Kardashian thong 10 having been added each day since early last year, EntGroup says. <br>Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/22/entertainment-us-china-idUSBRE97L05Y20130822





I love this movie: 'Jayne Mansfield's Car'



One Direction fans take their positions in London's Leicester Square ahead of the premiere Kim Kardashian thong of the band's new film 'This Is Us' on Tuesday evening at the Empire Cinema. Dan Kitwoo, Getty Images Fullscreen Harry Styles, left, of One Direction arrives for the world premiere of their film, 'One Direction: This Is Us' Tuesday in London. The film shows the group in concert at London's O2 Arena, along with fly-on-the-wall footage showing what life is like inside one of the world's biggest bands. Andrew Cowie, AFP/Getty Images Thousands were on hand for the 'One Direction: This Is Us' premiere. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Louis Tomlinson, left, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Harry Styles and Liam Payne of One Direction hit the red carpet for their film's premiere. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Zayn Malik from One Direction greets fans at the 'One Direction: This Is Us' world premiere. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Fans wait for the arrival of One Direction. Andrew Cowie, AFP/Getty Images HARRY!!! A One Direction fan makes her favorite known at the premiere of 'This Is Us.' Dan Kitwood Getty Images And there he is! Harry Styles points someone out in the crowd at the 'One Direction: This Is Us' world premiere. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Louis Tomlinson mugs a fan photo. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Rolling Stones Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally Humphreys were at the premiere. Jon Furniss, Invision/AP Harry Styles signs autographs during the 'One Direction: This Is Us' premiere. Jon Furniss, Invision/AP Niall Horan, right, speaks as Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik Kim Kardashian exposed and Harry Styles listen. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Simon Cowell does an interview at the 'One Direction: This Is Us' premiere. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Meanwhile in Madrid, fans of the band gather for the premiere of 'This Is Us' at Callao Square on Tuesday. Maiallen Lopez, EPA Cameras at the ready, fans try to catch a glimpse of the boy band One Direction on Tuesday in London. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Zayn Malik appears to pucker up for his picture with an ecstatic One Direction fan. Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures Director Morgan Spurlock poses on the red carpet at the world premiere of his film, 'One Direction: This Is Us' in central London on Tuesday. Andrew Cowie, AFP/Getty Images Fans hold up dolls of the British boyband One Direction as they wait for their arrival ahead of the world premiere of their feature film 'One Direction: This Is Us.' Andrew Cowie, Getty Images Devoted One Direction fans take their positions in Leicester Square ahead of the 'This Is Us' premiere. Dan Kitwood Getty Images One Direction hit their Kim Kardashian bathing suit marks for photographers on the red carpet for 'One Direction: This Is Us.' Ian Gavan, Getty Images for Sony Pictures A fan gets the attention of One Direction's Liam Payne at the film's premiere on Tuesday. Ian Gavan Getty Images for Sony Pictures Don't look so sad, girls... One Direction fans attend the premiere of 'One Direction: This Is Us.' Tim P. <br>Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/people/2013/08/20/fans-mass-for-one-direction-movie-premiere/2679577/





China's movie market booms with local content, cinema expansion



A fat man a whom weall come to know as another paramilitary leader a sits along side, dressed in a bright turquoise gown. This is the fantasy sequence of film theyare making. Director Joshua Oppenheimer (assisted by co-director Christine Cynn and aAnonymousa) asked Congo and the others to re-create their murders any way they wanted. As movie fans, they decided to make a film. They recruited ordinary citizens to play terrorized civilians a some of them were actual terrorized citizens, forced to re-enter the nightmare years a coached them in how to beg or look terrified, and then filmed it to show us how it was done. They do this openly, without shame or regret, although at some stages, they seem to realize how it looks. The leader of the Pancasila, a paramilitary youth group, watches the horror of the staged village massacre and says, aWe shouldnat look brutal. <br>Read more: http://www.ottawacitizen.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Movie+review+Killing/8673317/story.html



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