Tag Archive: Kate Hudson

The Skeleton Key

BBB (out of 5) Silly, overwrought thriller that is entertaining enough to keep you seated for two hours.  Kate Hudson plays a nursing home employee who decides to improve her salary by working… Continue reading

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You, Me And Dupree

BBB (out of 5) ‘Loveable fuckup’ Dupree (Owen Wilson) loses his job and his apartment and asks to stay over at the house of his best friend Carl (Matt Dillon). Carl has just… Continue reading

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How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days

BB.5 (out of 5) Kate Hudson plays a journalist whose Cosmopolitan-esque magazine constantly has her finding new ways to tell the same stories about romance and personal grooming in the Big Apple. When… Continue reading

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Raising Helen

BBB (out of 5) Surprisingly likeable comedy-drama stars Kate Hudson as Helen, a go-getting glamorous employee of a fashion model agency, whose life is turned right around by the death of her sister and… Continue reading

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The Four Feathers

BBBB (out of 5) Film versions of this popular story are reaching countless numbers, but at least it still feels fresh after so many years. Heath Ledger plays the conscientious 19th-century officer of Her… Continue reading

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Nine

BB.5 (out of 5) Maury Yeston’s musical play, adapted from Federico Fellini’s classic 8 1/2, is brought to the big screen by Chicago‘s Rob Marshall. Daniel Day-Lewis subs for Marcello Mastroianni as the filmmaker who… Continue reading

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200 Cigarettes

BBB (out of 5) Charming, breezy movie about a group of youngsters trying to find a party in downtown Manhattan on New Year’s Eve in the 80s. Paul Rudd and Courtney Love are two… Continue reading

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Desert Blue

BBB (out of 5) A small town in the middle of the desert is quarantined when a local cola company has a possible chemical leak. Kate Hudson (in her film debut) and John… Continue reading

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Alex & Emma

BB (out of 5) Popular novelist Alex (Luke Wilson) has gotten too carried away with his gambling problem and now owes a couple of mean Cuban mobsters one hundred thousand dollars. The only… Continue reading

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Almost Famous

BBBB (out of 5) Cameron Crowe does a great job with this wonderful tribute to rock-and-roll of the seventies with an ensemble cast that ranges from terrific (Fairuza Balk really stands out) to… Continue reading

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Le Divorce

BB.5 (out of 5) In this latest offering from the team of Merchant Ivory, a young American woman (Kate Hudson) arrives in Paris to be with her newly pregnant sister (Naomi Watts), a… Continue reading

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Dr. T And The Women

BB.5 (out of 5) This film promises so much at the outset before boiling down to much ado about nothing. Richard Gere is excellent as a Texan gynecologist who is so suave his… Continue reading

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