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Monthly Archives: February 2011

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15 Years Of Liev… No. 5!

I thought I’d distract myself with some more reviews. My Gran is still in hospital, and she now has pneumonia, which is affecting her breathing. It’s not looking very good… Anyway… I didn’t know what to think of The Omen remake, when I first heard that it was being done. I eventually bought the full Omen boxset, with all four of the originals, and the remake. I’d already seen the first film, so knew the plot.read more…

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15 Years Of Liev… Goes Fourth!

Liev in Mad Love
Liev in Mad Love

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15 Years Of Liev… Continued 2.0!

In 2002 I turned 20. I started Uni (two years late!), and with new friends, new classes, and new part-time job, I decided to redecorate my room in lilac paint (during my pastel purple phase!). It was on this day that I caught RKO 281, purely by accident (I love it when that happens!), and had leapt over two pieces of furniture so I could shove a blank tape into the video recorder, when I heardread more…

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15 Years Of Liev… Continued

In keeping with my 15 year long Liev-education, it was after trawling Liev’s back-catalog on IMDb in 2000, that I came across Mixed Nuts, and bought the film in American VHS format on eBay. Of course, I was on tenter-hooks, waiting for Liev to appear, and it was only when he did, in DRAG, that I realised just what his first film role entailed!!!! Liev did a stunning performance as an uber-tall transvestite, with Dad-issues, andread more…

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15 Years Of Liev

‘Joy and woe are woven fine, A clothing for the soul divine; Under every grief and pine Runs a joy with silken twine. ‘ from Auguries of Innocence by William Blake. Despite sparking my curious and teenage interest in Ransom, Scream 2 will always be the film that bowled me over. His quirky manner and expressive features were too much for my hormonal brain to ignore! Even my friend Susan thought he was ‘dishy’! He wasread more…

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Liev & Sasha Hit Imitation Fashion Show

Kids say the darndest things! Liev Schreiber and his 3-year-old son Sasha hit Tara Subkoff’s Imitation show on Sunday and the toddler shared his very accurate analysis of his first runway experience. The elder Schreiber told Women’s Wear Daily, “I asked him if he liked the clothes and he said, ‘Yeah! But how come the girls look so unhappy?’ which I thought was pretty telling.” More here – http://lievschreiberforum.com/forum/index.php?/topic/593-liev-sasha-at-imitation/

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‘Jack’ Filming Set To Start In Fall

Dreadcentral spoke to Director Brad Anderson on his future projects, and he spoke briefly about ‘Jack’, starring Liev Schreiber and Samuel L Jackson. “The movie focuses on a serial killer who loses his memory after a devastating car accident. Since he can’t remember who he was, he restarts his life as a new man and begins to fall in love with his physical therapist. But as time progresses, he starts getting flashes of his past andread more…

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Liev To Be Special Guest At Kentucky Shakespeare’s ‘Sonnets & Soliloquies’

Liev is to be a special guest presenter at the Kentucky Shakespeare Stratford Society, on 18th February 2011 at 7:30pm. Tickets are priced at $35 and will be limited in quantity. Kentucky Shakespeare 323 W. Broadway Suite 401 502.576.9900 phone 502.566.9200 fax www.kyshakespeare.com

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‘Every Day’ Movie Review

There’s more obvious intention than irony in the title of “Every Day.” The lives lived within the film are the sort of lives played out by people everywhere, daily, though the equations are altered. Written and directed by Richard Levine, the creator of “Nip/Tuck,” the film has Liev Schreiber as Ned, the weary but willing father of two sons, husband to a vaguely dissatisfied wife —- played by Helen Hunt —- and slave to an eccentricread more…

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Liev Schreiber Gives a Masterful Class in Acting Shakespeare

Liev Schreiber gave a terrific talk to a large crowd at Yale’s University Theatre in New Haven Monday night. The Tony Award-winning actor and Yale School of Drama alum (’92) showed his serious (and wry) side as he talked about his process of acting in Shakespearean plays. James Bundy, School of Drama dean and artistic director of the Yale Repertory Theatre, led the conversation on stage with Schreiber, who was obviously nursing a cold. But snifflesread more…

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