Critics Consensus: Transcendence is a Sci-Fi Snooze

Plus, Heaven is for Real is heartfelt but uneven; Bears is beautiful and entertaining, and A Haunted House 2 wasn't screened -- guess the Tomatometer!

This week at the movies, we've got a techno-dystopia (Transcendence, starring Johnny Depp and Rebecca Hall), a near-death experience (Heaven Is For Real, starring Greg Kinnear and Connor Corum), a bunch of furry carnivores (the nature documentary Bears), and some supernatural high jinks (A Haunted House 2, starring Marlon Wayans and Jaime Pressly). What do the critics have to say?

Transcendence

19%

Sometimes a movie needs more than an intriguing premise, an all-star cast, and a distinctive visual look. Critics say that's the case with Transcendence, a surprisingly dull and narratively muddled sci-fi drama that's short on suspense and logic. Johnny Depp stars as Will Caster, a leader in the field of artificial intelligence research who uploads his consciousness to a computer with the intent of creating a sentient machine. In doing so, Caster runs afoul of a group of militant luddites, who fear that humans have become too dependent on technology. The pundits say Transcendence is sleekly crafted, but it largely squanders its cast on a story that never quite coheres. (Check out our video interview with the stars, as well as this week's Total Recall, in which we count down Depp's best-reviewed movies.)

Heaven Is for Real

46%

It's an age-old puzzle for Hollywood: how to make films that appeal to devout Christians without alienating everyone else. Critics say that Heaven Is For Real ends up in the mushy middle, and the result is a well-acted, thoughtful tale that never quite follows through on the interesting questions it raises. Four-year-old Colton (Connor Corum) briefly flatlines during surgery; when he's revived, he tells an incredible story about the deceased family members he met during his short visit to Heaven. Colton's revelation awakens something in his father Todd (Greg Kinnear), a small-town pastor in the midst of a crisis of faith. The pundits say Heaven is for Real is well-made and often quite affecting, but its depiction of the afterlife leaves something to be desired.

Bears

91%

With Earth, Oceans, African Cats, and Chimpanzee, the good folks at Disneynature have delivered an unbroken string of high-quality nature documentaries. Critics say the streak continues with Bears, which offers breathtaking images of these animals in their natural environs and tends to avoid shoehorning its subjects into a narrative. Narrated by John C. Reilly, the film follows a mama grizzly bear and her two cubs as they try to survive in the Alaskan wilderness. The pundits say that Bears' furry protagonists are engaging and lovable, and the footage captured here is crisp and intimate. (Take a look through our gallery of memorable bears in the movies.)

A Haunted House 2

8%

Given the critical drubbing its predecessor received, it comes as little surprise that A Haunted House 2 wasn't screened for reviewers prior to its release. Marlon Wayans stars as a man who moves with his new girlfriend and her kids to a new home that's bedeviled by spectral spirits; hilarity ensues. Time to guess the Tomatometer!

Also opening this week in limited release:

  • The Final Member, a documentary about an Icelandic museum that houses a vast array of male genitalia from humans and animals, is at 100 percent.
  • Gabrielle, a drama about a love affair between two developmentally disabled adults, is at 100 percent.
  • Manakamana, a documentary about a cable car in Nepal that carries tourists and locals to a temple in the mountains, is at 100 percent.
  • Soft In The Head, a dramedy about a troubled woman who ends up living at a halfway house for men, is at 80 percent.
  • Small Time, a drama about a used-car salesman who teaches his son the tricks of the trade, is at 71 percent.
  • Proxy, a horror film about a woman dealing with tragedy who finds herself embroiled in a conspiracy when she joins a support group, is at 69 percent.
  • 13 Sins, starring Mark Webber and Ron Perlman in a thriller about a financially-strapped salesman who must undertake a series of increasingly dangerous challenges dictated to him via cell phone, is at 60 percent.
  • Fading Gigolo, starring Woody Allen and John Turturro in a comedy about a man who becomes an escort to help a friend in financial trouble, is at 57 percent.
  • That Demon Within, an action/horror hybrid about a young cop who suffers from hallucinations after providing a life-saving blood transfusion to a ruthless criminal, is at 44 percent.
  • Make Your Move, a drama about a pair of young people from different worlds who bond whie dancing, is at 20 percent.
  • Tasting Menu, a comedy about a disparate group of people who assemble for the closing of a world-class chef's restaurant, is at 13 percent.
  • Authors Anonymous, starring Kaley Cuoco and Chris Klein in a mockumentary about a group of aspiring novelists, is at zero percent.
  • A Promise, starring Rebecca Hall and Alan Rickman in a period drama about an ambitious young man who falls for his boss' married daughter, is at zero percent.

Comments

Eric McInnis

Eric McInnis

A Haunted House 2: 5%
Anyway, nothing good this week? Might as well get to Cap 2 soon.

Apr 17 - 04:38 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Jeesh. I thought Transcendence looked like Lawnmower Man, but I had no idea it would end up with a worse score. Slim pickins for the rest. Maybe Small Time, Proxy, or Fading Gigolo might be worth a rental. It's a shame about Patrice Leconte's Promise. There are only five reviews so far, so hopefully it'll get off the ground.

Apr 17 - 05:00 PM

Movie Monster

Bentley Lyles

Dang. Transcendence got panned. It looked intriguing from the trailers but its looks like it falls flat. Wally Pfister has the potential to be a great director. Hopefully he can pick a better script next time. I want to see Johnny Depp do more roles that don't require makeup and a quirky personality. I want to see him bring out his serious side. This also isn't a good week for British beauty, Rebecca Hall. She's got two rotten films.

Did we really need a sequel to A Haunted House? Was the public really demanding it? I'm going to guess 4% for this movie. Parody films are dead.

I'll be saving my money for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. It opened overseas this week and I envy anyone who has already seen it. I'm hearing both good and bad things about this sequel so I'm going to start managing my expectations. Can May 2 get here already?

Apr 17 - 05:09 PM

Jacob Holmes

Jacob Holmes

The reviews for Spider-Man seem to be the same as the last one. If you like the reboot, you'll like 2 just fine. If not, it won't convince you. I personally can't wait for it

Apr 17 - 05:27 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Yeah I personally can't wait till it's over. I know I know, Then don't see it! Well sometimes a good Dad sits through garbage for his kids. Better then Rio 2? Least I hope.

Apr 17 - 06:50 PM

Super Bacon

Super Bacon

How old are your kids? 'Cause according to your profile pic, you have very small kids in which you shouldn't be letting them see Spiderman anyway...

Apr 17 - 07:16 PM

Retro Reviewer

Matt R.

You know, if you don't want to see Spider-Man, just tell your kids your not gonna see it. You can always wait until Netflix or digital. Plus Super Bacon is right, telling from your profile pic, your kid seems a bit too young for Spider-Man.

Apr 17 - 08:26 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Nemo's Mom getting eat'n by a baracooda and Mr. Fredrickson losing the love of his life in a Montage.. I think they can handle Peter Parker with Robert Pattinson Hair.

Apr 17 - 09:16 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

lolololol. I may be in spoiler territory but this film is going to have more of a graphic death scene than any of these offscreen deaths. Also comparing Andrew Garfield to Robert Pattinson is blasphemy!

Apr 18 - 06:36 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

It won't be any more graphic then Captain Stacey dying but kids and myself didn't care. Especially after Peter Parker with in 5 minutes broke his promise to the dying captain. What a D-Bag.

For a death scene to have any real impact, you have to care about the character thats dying. Do my kids care about Emma stone as Gwen Stacey? no, no they don't. Is a film being controlled by a marketing team going to kill her off? I'mm a say No, No they won't. Let's all pretend to be surprised when she's in part 3 shall we?

Yeah I like Andrew Garfield a lot. Red Riding Trilogy, Never let me go, Social Network. The dude has some great acting chops and honestly (seriously not being sarcastic this time) I thought it was cool that Peter Parker finally had a New York accent.

Last item, have you been to a toy Aisle at any store that sales toys? It's full of spider man. FULL OF SPIDER MAN. Why are so many people with out kids threatened that these Amazing Spiderman films are for all ages? Seriously, are you protesting Toy stores because they are marketing this grown up movie to kids??

Apr 18 - 01:22 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

That is true...similar example. Although the finale battle is a lot darker for kids. Not saying it isn't for kids. That's your decision. Spider-Man 2 did have a hospital scene that was horror film material. Plus let's try not to spoil the incident that non comic book readers wouldn't know when watching it. Also I am not disagreeing that Spider-Man isn't for kids...what's ironic is the "Heaven is For Real" film above this article is proof of that if you watch it. But he of course can be for grown ups too...so I am not sure why you would be tired of films of his.

Apr 18 - 03:51 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

Also did he ever utter the words "I promise"? I don't recall him doing that actually. George Stacy kind of forced that promise so she would be safe (a legit reason for a dad)...and Peter was willing to do that until she realized the unhappiness of Gwen. Anyways Peter is going to regret that choice in the sequel obviously...but that happens to Spider-Man a lot in his life. I preferred the comic books myself where George requested Spider-Man to protect him not keep her out of it...but that's just me.

Apr 18 - 04:00 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

I'm with Bradley on this one your kids should never be too young for Spiderman and if they're that rare ilk that feel the need to drop a boulder on themselves because Roadrunner did it, there's really no hope for them anyway

Apr 19 - 02:02 AM

Vits

Vicente Torres

The parody genre isn't completely dead. Look at THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. And the Simon Pegg/Nick Frost/Edgar Wright movies.

Apr 17 - 07:25 PM

Movie Monster

Bentley Lyles

The Cabin in the Woods and Edgar Wright's movies are more satire than they are parody. There is a difference.

Apr 17 - 09:02 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

I agree, Cabin in the woods and All Edgar Wright films easily stand on there own.

Apr 17 - 09:16 PM

Jack Zigler

Jack Zigler

Not really any more than Airplane stands on its own. These films don't really even deserve to be called "parodies;" more like "cashing in on the zeitgeist."

Besides, the main difference between satire and parody is that parody celebrates the original while satire attacks it. Cabin in the Woods might be the latter, but films like Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz are a lot closer to the former.

Apr 17 - 10:44 PM

Vits

Vicente Torres

You're right. The thing is that parodies (based on the definition of the word) SHOULD make fun instead of celebrate. That's why most of them suck: They just recreate popular scenes without any wit. And the reason why they aren't big hits anymore is because nowadays anyone can do that on YouTube, so why pay to watch that in a theatre? Studio film quality? I've seen fetish porn with more realistic sets than SCARY MOVIE 5.

Apr 18 - 11:13 AM

Jack Zigler

Jack Zigler

When I say "celebrate," I mean more in the sense of Mel Brooks shooting Young Frankenstein in black and white or Zucker-Abrams-Zucker lifting large portions of dialogue from Zero Hour. They're making fun of the original, but it's still in the mindset of respect. Shaun of the Dead still plays the zombies in the film as menacing threats; it just makes the people total idiots in dealing with them. The World's End draws elements from Body Snatchers, but it's plainly not because Wright hated Body Snatchers. Put it another way; parody is about making the original funny, satire is about telling the original to fuck off.

Apr 18 - 03:28 PM

Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum

I still think I might see Transcendence. I mean, sure it's getting shitty reviews, but it does have an interesting premise, and I'm curious to see what exactly they did with it.

Apr 17 - 05:18 PM

Dave J

Dave J

"Transcendence" seems to be too complicated for it's own good!

Apr 17 - 05:24 PM

Retro Reviewer

Matt R.

0 or 2% for Haunted House 2, nothing I've seen for that movie makes me want to even try to laugh. Might catch Draft Day or Joe (if I can find a theater showing it) this weekend since nothing else looks interesting. Anyways, counting down for Amazing Spider-Man 2 in the meantime.

Apr 17 - 05:26 PM

Jacob Holmes

Jacob Holmes

The reviews for Spider-Man seem to be the same as the last one. If you like the reboot, you'll like 2 just fine. If not, it won't convince you. I personally can't wait for it

Apr 17 - 05:27 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Yeah I personally can't wait till it's over. I know I know, Then don't see it! Well sometimes a good Dad sits through garbage for his kids. Better then Rio 2? Least I hope.

Apr 17 - 06:50 PM

Super Bacon

Super Bacon

How old are your kids? 'Cause according to your profile pic, you have very small kids in which you shouldn't be letting them see Spiderman anyway...

Apr 17 - 07:16 PM

Retro Reviewer

Matt R.

You know, if you don't want to see Spider-Man, just tell your kids your not gonna see it. You can always wait until Netflix or digital. Plus Super Bacon is right, telling from your profile pic, your kid seems a bit too young for Spider-Man.

Apr 17 - 08:26 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Nemo's Mom getting eat'n by a baracooda and Mr. Fredrickson losing the love of his life in a Montage.. I think they can handle Peter Parker with Robert Pattinson Hair.

Apr 17 - 09:16 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

lolololol. I may be in spoiler territory but this film is going to have more of a graphic death scene than any of these offscreen deaths. Also comparing Andrew Garfield to Robert Pattinson is blasphemy!

Apr 18 - 06:36 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

It won't be any more graphic then Captain Stacey dying but kids and myself didn't care. Especially after Peter Parker with in 5 minutes broke his promise to the dying captain. What a D-Bag.

For a death scene to have any real impact, you have to care about the character thats dying. Do my kids care about Emma stone as Gwen Stacey? no, no they don't. Is a film being controlled by a marketing team going to kill her off? I'mm a say No, No they won't. Let's all pretend to be surprised when she's in part 3 shall we?

Yeah I like Andrew Garfield a lot. Red Riding Trilogy, Never let me go, Social Network. The dude has some great acting chops and honestly (seriously not being sarcastic this time) I thought it was cool that Peter Parker finally had a New York accent.

Last item, have you been to a toy Aisle at any store that sales toys? It's full of spider man. FULL OF SPIDER MAN. Why are so many people with out kids threatened that these Amazing Spiderman films are for all ages? Seriously, are you protesting Toy stores because they are marketing this grown up movie to kids??

Apr 18 - 01:22 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

That is true...similar example. Although the finale battle is a lot darker for kids. Not saying it isn't for kids. That's your decision. Spider-Man 2 did have a hospital scene that was horror film material. Plus let's try not to spoil the incident that non comic book readers wouldn't know when watching it. Also I am not disagreeing that Spider-Man isn't for kids...what's ironic is the "Heaven is For Real" film above this article is proof of that if you watch it. But he of course can be for grown ups too...so I am not sure why you would be tired of films of his.

Apr 18 - 03:51 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

Also did he ever utter the words "I promise"? I don't recall him doing that actually. George Stacy kind of forced that promise so she would be safe (a legit reason for a dad)...and Peter was willing to do that until she realized the unhappiness of Gwen. Anyways Peter is going to regret that choice in the sequel obviously...but that happens to Spider-Man a lot in his life. I preferred the comic books myself where George requested Spider-Man to protect him not keep her out of it...but that's just me.

Apr 18 - 04:00 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

I'm with Bradley on this one your kids should never be too young for Spiderman and if they're that rare ilk that feel the need to drop a boulder on themselves because Roadrunner did it, there's really no hope for them anyway

Apr 19 - 02:02 AM

Caleb P.

Caleb Paasche

Sucks about Transcendence, I was really looking forward to it. I'll probably see it anyway, but my expectations have been severely tempered. Oh, and 9% for A Haunted House 2.

Apr 17 - 05:34 PM

Marcellus E.

Marcellus Esquerra

2% for A Haunted House 2.

Apr 17 - 05:58 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Yeah I personally can't wait till it's over. I know I know, Then don't see it! Well sometimes a good Dad sits through garbage for his kids. Better then Rio 2? Least I hope.

Apr 17 - 06:50 PM

Super Bacon

Super Bacon

How old are your kids? 'Cause according to your profile pic, you have very small kids in which you shouldn't be letting them see Spiderman anyway...

Apr 17 - 07:16 PM

Retro Reviewer

Matt R.

You know, if you don't want to see Spider-Man, just tell your kids your not gonna see it. You can always wait until Netflix or digital. Plus Super Bacon is right, telling from your profile pic, your kid seems a bit too young for Spider-Man.

Apr 17 - 08:26 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

Nemo's Mom getting eat'n by a baracooda and Mr. Fredrickson losing the love of his life in a Montage.. I think they can handle Peter Parker with Robert Pattinson Hair.

Apr 17 - 09:16 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

lolololol. I may be in spoiler territory but this film is going to have more of a graphic death scene than any of these offscreen deaths. Also comparing Andrew Garfield to Robert Pattinson is blasphemy!

Apr 18 - 06:36 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

It won't be any more graphic then Captain Stacey dying but kids and myself didn't care. Especially after Peter Parker with in 5 minutes broke his promise to the dying captain. What a D-Bag.

For a death scene to have any real impact, you have to care about the character thats dying. Do my kids care about Emma stone as Gwen Stacey? no, no they don't. Is a film being controlled by a marketing team going to kill her off? I'mm a say No, No they won't. Let's all pretend to be surprised when she's in part 3 shall we?

Yeah I like Andrew Garfield a lot. Red Riding Trilogy, Never let me go, Social Network. The dude has some great acting chops and honestly (seriously not being sarcastic this time) I thought it was cool that Peter Parker finally had a New York accent.

Last item, have you been to a toy Aisle at any store that sales toys? It's full of spider man. FULL OF SPIDER MAN. Why are so many people with out kids threatened that these Amazing Spiderman films are for all ages? Seriously, are you protesting Toy stores because they are marketing this grown up movie to kids??

Apr 18 - 01:22 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

That is true...similar example. Although the finale battle is a lot darker for kids. Not saying it isn't for kids. That's your decision. Spider-Man 2 did have a hospital scene that was horror film material. Plus let's try not to spoil the incident that non comic book readers wouldn't know when watching it. Also I am not disagreeing that Spider-Man isn't for kids...what's ironic is the "Heaven is For Real" film above this article is proof of that if you watch it. But he of course can be for grown ups too...so I am not sure why you would be tired of films of his.

Apr 18 - 03:51 PM

Joshua Henderson

Joshua Henderson

Also did he ever utter the words "I promise"? I don't recall him doing that actually. George Stacy kind of forced that promise so she would be safe (a legit reason for a dad)...and Peter was willing to do that until she realized the unhappiness of Gwen. Anyways Peter is going to regret that choice in the sequel obviously...but that happens to Spider-Man a lot in his life. I preferred the comic books myself where George requested Spider-Man to protect him not keep her out of it...but that's just me.

Apr 18 - 04:00 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

I'm with Bradley on this one your kids should never be too young for Spiderman and if they're that rare ilk that feel the need to drop a boulder on themselves because Roadrunner did it, there's really no hope for them anyway

Apr 19 - 02:02 AM

L

L .

Haunted House 2 - 6%.

Apr 17 - 06:54 PM

Emilio Rodriguez

Emilio Rodriguez

A Haunted House 2 - 3%

Heaven Is For Real and Bears look like the only real winners this weekend. I'll only see Transcendence if I have time after watching the other two.

Apr 17 - 07:01 PM

Super Bacon

Super Bacon

How old are your kids? 'Cause according to your profile pic, you have very small kids in which you shouldn't be letting them see Spiderman anyway...

Apr 17 - 07:16 PM

Vits

Vicente Torres

0% for A HAUNTED HOUSE 2. That's actually what I felt the 1st one deserved, but it got 10%. Bummer.

I'm not that surprised about TRANSCENDENCE. Just because you're a good cinematographer doesn't mean you're a good director. By the way, there are people who do both tasks (like Steven Soderbergh). Why didn't Wally Pfister did that here? I hope it was worth it skipping on working with Christopher nolan again in INTERSTELLAR. And I hope that movie doesn't suffer from not having Pfister (maybe the other cinematographer won't "get" Nolan's vision?)

To answer your question: Yes, it is possible to make a movie for Christians that doesn't alienate everyone else. All the stories in the bible basically have the same message: Be a good person. A Christian movie should convey that without trying to convert people. I actually felt NOAH did that. But it looks like HEAVEN IS FOR REAL doesn't, so I'll skip it.

Woody allen's performance in TO ROME WITH LOVE looked like he wasn't really trying. If he's trying again in FADING GIGOLO, then I'll watch it. Besides, the remake of THE SUNSHINE BOYS (which I liked a lot) showed that he can act good when he's being directed by someone else. I'm also interested in GABRIELLE (it looks like it's everything that THE OTHER SISTER wasn't), and, AUTHORS ANONYMOUS because: A) It took more years and TV gigs than necessary for Kaley Cuoco to become a big star, so it would be unfair to not see her leading movie debut. B) It's one of Dennis Farina's last movies.

Apr 17 - 07:23 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Don't worry about the camera on Interstellar, Nolan is using Hoyte van Hoytema (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Fighter, Her). He'll turn out alright.

Apr 17 - 07:28 PM

Myron

Myron Kinsey

not all of the time can you blame the director. Sometimes its just a matter of having a shitty script.

Apr 17 - 07:59 PM

Vits

Vicente Torres

Good point. I checked the IMDB page of the writer of TRANSCENDENCE. The only other credits he's got are 2 performances in shorts films from 2003 and 2007.

Apr 18 - 11:09 AM

Vits

Vicente Torres

The parody genre isn't completely dead. Look at THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. And the Simon Pegg/Nick Frost/Edgar Wright movies.

Apr 17 - 07:25 PM

Movie Monster

Bentley Lyles

The Cabin in the Woods and Edgar Wright's movies are more satire than they are parody. There is a difference.

Apr 17 - 09:02 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

I agree, Cabin in the woods and All Edgar Wright films easily stand on there own.

Apr 17 - 09:16 PM

Jack Zigler

Jack Zigler

Not really any more than Airplane stands on its own. These films don't really even deserve to be called "parodies;" more like "cashing in on the zeitgeist."

Besides, the main difference between satire and parody is that parody celebrates the original while satire attacks it. Cabin in the Woods might be the latter, but films like Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz are a lot closer to the former.

Apr 17 - 10:44 PM

Vits

Vicente Torres

You're right. The thing is that parodies (based on the definition of the word) SHOULD make fun instead of celebrate. That's why most of them suck: They just recreate popular scenes without any wit. And the reason why they aren't big hits anymore is because nowadays anyone can do that on YouTube, so why pay to watch that in a theatre? Studio film quality? I've seen fetish porn with more realistic sets than SCARY MOVIE 5.

Apr 18 - 11:13 AM

Jack Zigler

Jack Zigler

When I say "celebrate," I mean more in the sense of Mel Brooks shooting Young Frankenstein in black and white or Zucker-Abrams-Zucker lifting large portions of dialogue from Zero Hour. They're making fun of the original, but it's still in the mindset of respect. Shaun of the Dead still plays the zombies in the film as menacing threats; it just makes the people total idiots in dealing with them. The World's End draws elements from Body Snatchers, but it's plainly not because Wright hated Body Snatchers. Put it another way; parody is about making the original funny, satire is about telling the original to fuck off.

Apr 18 - 03:28 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Don't worry about the camera on Interstellar, Nolan is using Hoyte van Hoytema (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Fighter, Her). He'll turn out alright.

Apr 17 - 07:28 PM

Justin Smith

Justin Smith

Too bad about Transcendence. Been a while since Depp was in a really good movie.

Apr 17 - 07:44 PM

Myron

Myron Kinsey

not all of the time can you blame the director. Sometimes its just a matter of having a shitty script.

Apr 17 - 07:59 PM

Vits

Vicente Torres

Good point. I checked the IMDB page of the writer of TRANSCENDENCE. The only other credits he's got are 2 performances in shorts films from 2003 and 2007.

Apr 18 - 11:09 AM

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