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May 8, 2008
Patrick Dempsey has gone from Dr. McDreamy on television’s “Grey’s Anatomy” to cynic turned sweet leading man in Disney’s “Enchanted” and now has worked his way up to being a bridesmaid, but he pulls it off well. There are few actors out there who can be cool while arranging potpourri and bath balls in gift baskets. Tom (Dempsey) is a player, a ladies’ man. He invented the sleeve that goes over the hot coffee cups, so he is also a millionaire and handsome.
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By Charly Shelton | August 3, 2006
Anyone who loved HBO's "Sex and the City" should see this film. "The Boynton Beach Club" is like a "Sex and the City" movie, only instead of Manhattan, it is a seniors club in Florida, and instead of Cosmopolitans, there are Early Bird Specials. The story follows four widows and widowers who get back into the dating game after losing their spouse. Lois (Dyan Cannon) is a widow and the Carrie Bradshaw-like character. She meets Donald (Michael Nouri) while lunching with her three gal pals.
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By Charly Shelton | December 8, 2005
"White Christmas," the musical of love and snow, or rather lack thereof, is revived at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood from Nov. 22 to Jan. 1. Starring Brian D'Arcy James as the love-lost humbug Bob Wallace, Jeffry Denman as Phil Davis, his ladies man partner, Anastasia Barzee as Betty Haynes, the female equivalent of Bob Wallace, and Meredith Patterson as Judy Haynes, the female equivalent of Phil Davis. Davis and Wallace are old army buddies. Ten years after the end of WWII, they are famous singers, and they get a letter from another old army friend telling them to team up with a group he knows, the Haynes sisters.
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By Craig Van Sickle | July 15, 2004
After seeing "Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy" I couldn't figure out why this simple comedy was staying with me like it did until I finally hit on it; "Anchorman" (from Dreamworks, now playing at the La Cañada Regal theatre) is one of the freshest, most original comedies in years. Let's face it, the string of ex-Saturday Night Live movie-duds-based-on-SNL skits is nearing legendary proportions of its own. The likes of "Stuart Smalley," "The Ladies Man" and even one with Will Ferrell himself, "A Night At The Roxbury," are but a few worms in a very rotten apple.
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By Joe Puglia | July 31, 2008
My great uncle Sal was a dirty dog, a ladies’ man, if you get my drift. He was a cavalier poet who could recite verse from Virgil and at the same time take three guys apart in a bar fight. He won the Italian Medal of Honor for bravery in World War I and then pilfered the Allied Commissary, sending supplies to his family in Sicily. That uncle of mine had a strange duality. Salvatore Puglia was always full of advice most of which went in one ear and out the other. But I can still hear him exclaim as he’d labor over a hot stove orchestrating a masterpiece of linguini and squid: “Joey Boy, the way to a woman’s heart is through cooking!
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May 8, 2008
Patrick Dempsey has gone from Dr. McDreamy on television’s “Grey’s Anatomy” to cynic turned sweet leading man in Disney’s “Enchanted” and now has worked his way up to being a bridesmaid, but he pulls it off well. There are few actors out there who can be cool while arranging potpourri and bath balls in gift baskets. Tom (Dempsey) is a player, a ladies’ man. He invented the sleeve that goes over the hot coffee cups, so he is also a millionaire and handsome.
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