REST IN PEACE JERRY LEWIS - YOU GAVE US SO MANY GREAT LAUGHS WE COULD NEVER PAY YOU BACK

Jerry Lewis, Comedy Legend, Dead at 91

Jerry Lewis, an actor and auteur who was one of the most influential forces in American comedy, died Sunday morning at his Las Vegas. He was 91. "Legendary entertainer Jerry Lewis passed away peacefully today of natural causes at 91 at his home with family by his side," his family said in a statement to the Las Vegas Review-Journal writer John Katsilometes.

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Saturday, November 26, 2016

KATIE HOLMES HAS "PIECES OF APRIL" IN THIS 2003 COMEDY DRAMA ABOUT A HORRIFIC THANKSGIVING

Now THIS is a Thanksgiving movie worth watching. - Hard to believe already 13 years has passed since it came out. Just a simple fun movie about a chick who's trying to pull it together on T-Day amidst a tital wave of dysfunctional family members. You know- the usual kind of thing that happens. Anyways, this ain't no editorial type blog so you can read some real reviews below. Pinewoods Rating System - Three Tall Pinewoods....The Horror!!

Pieces of April Movie Review & Film Summary (2003) | Roger Ebert

Thanksgiving is not a conventional religious or political holiday but consists simply of families gathering to love one another and express gratitude. That's the tricky part. There are no theologies to fall back on. It has inspired a uniquely North American group of films. Most of the families in them are troubled, but there is usually a reconciliation, comforting to everyone except the turkey.

Holiday Reunion

Pieces of April is built around the tired premise of a dysfunctional family's Thanksgiving get-together, but-surprise-it's fresh. First-time director Peter Hedges, who co-wrote the scripts for What's Eating Gilbert Grape? and About a Boy, has a feeling for how people behave in extreme situations.

THE HORROR!!

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