Theresa Amrhein
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Theresa Amrhein

Living through post grad life after attending four years at Boston University where I studied Film & Television, and the art of being a stereotypical college student. I am currently employed at a media agency in the great city of New York, where I commute from my home, which I adore, Long Island (don't make fun). I'm very much obsessed with television, I heart NY sports, I frequent the cinemas, adore pop culture, love the beach and who doesn't enjoy a good celebrity scandal?

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The To-Do List comes out on Valentine’s Day 2013, however it’s not your classic rom-com, as the star of the movie Aubrey Plaza straight out tells you in the trailer below. I’m still iffy how I feel about her commentating her own trailer, but that’s a different issue.

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I am intrigued by this trailer. Nobody Walks is an American indie coming from two talented lady writers in Ry Russo-Young and Lena Dunham. Russo-young, who also directed the film, is popular among the independent film crowd with her films You Won’t Miss Me and Oprhans.

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Liberal Arts is Josh Radnor’s second film where he wrote, directed and starred. His best accomplishment thus far, hiring Elizabeth Olsen as his romantic counter-part. Suffice to say, the lady is on every “up and coming” best actress list of the next generation.

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For fans of HBO’s The Newsroom, the new trailer for Zero Dark Thirty is very timely, as last Sunday’s episode pertains to the same subject as this film: the death of Osama Bin Laden. (Sidebar, even if you don’t watch The Newsroom, at least watch “5/1” episode just for being an

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Another 2012 Cannes Palme’ dOr competitor has delivered their trailer for national release. The Paperboy is based off the 1995 novel of the same name written by American author Pete Dexter and both are based off of a true story. Charlotte Bless, portrayed by Nicole Kidman, comes rolling into reporter

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Killing Then Softly has been a long time in the making, and I for one am uber excited to see it! The film looks like American mob crimes at its best, based off the 1974 novel Cogan’s Trade written by George V. Higgins. Jackie Cogan is played by the film’s

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I don’t think there’s one actor in this movie that I don’t like. The Oranges is a romantic comedy about two families that are the best of friends, living down the block from each other in West Orange, NJ. Suburbia is their world. The Wallings’ patriarch is David, played by

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The Possession’s creepy trailer says the movie is ‘based on a true story,’ which is makes it scary for me. The story starts out looking like a happy family, with Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Grey’s Anatomy, Magic City) as the father and Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer, Kevin Bacon’s better half) as the mother.

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By the title alone, Goats already has me intrigued. First thing that pops out is fresh faced actor Graham Phillips who is known by The Good Wife fans as loving son Zach on that show. Phillips plays character of Ellis, with the story of a son who is torn between his parent’s

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Coming in during the wake of Bridesmaids, the trailer for Bachelorette has arrived with the same hilarious, independent women feel. We are again in the crazy wedding world. Regan, played by veteran Kirsten Dunst, is shocked when Becky, a.k.a. Pig Face played by breakout comedian Rebel Wilson, gets engaged before

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Here is the official trailer for Robert Zemeckis’ (Back to the Future, Forest Gump, Castaway) Flight, which is his first live-action film since 2000.

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