Julia Ormond

My Week with Marilyn

During Marilyn Monroe’s (Oscar® Nominee Michelle Williams) first trip to London to film “The Prince and the Showgirl,” with Sir Laurence Olivier (Oscar® Nominee Kenneth Branagh), she befriends Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne), an ambitious 23 year-old productio... Read more
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Albatross TRAILER

Albatross TRAILER

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Julia Ormond Is Zack Snyder's Pick as Superman's Mother

Julia Ormond is the choice to play Superman’s Kryptonian mother in Warners’ Man of Steel, the new Superman movie being directed by Zack Snyder. The official offer went out Thursday to the actress and her camp, and a deal is expected to be made.... Read more
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The Music Never Stopped

 Music is something that keeps us all sane. It allows 3 minutes and 25 seconds to last a lifetime an album to become a precious artifact for some listeners. Some people even associate music with memories to properly remember a moment with the soundtrack it was originally accompanied with.... Read more
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The Music Never Stopped

 Music is something that keeps us all sane. It allows 3 minutes and 25 seconds to last a lifetime an album to become a precious artifact for some listeners. Some people even associate music with memories to properly remember a moment with the soundtrack it was originally accompanied with.... Read more
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Surveillance

FBI agents Elizabeth Anderson and Sam Hallaway are brought in to investigate some horrible murders that have taken place and could possibly be tied to the serial killers they have been chasing.... Read more
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Surveillance

FBI agents Elizabeth Anderson and Sam Hallaway are brought in to investigate some horrible murders that have taken place and could possibly be tied to the serial killers they have been chasing.... Read more
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The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (BLU-RAY)

A long movie?  Sure.  A hit or miss?  As every other person you talk to loved it or hated it, that would also be a yes.  What can't be argued is the success of this deeply poetic and strange tale of a man-boy who grows into a boy-man.... Read more
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I Know Who Killed Me (BLU-RAY)

I don’t normally review the actual film but rather the quality of the presentation itself but, my god, was this movie horrid.  It’s confusing, badly acted, horribly executed and, well, just horrendously terrible, one of the worst movies I have seen in a long time.  The attempt at “noir” fails mis... Read more
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