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Posts Tagged ‘David Germain’

AP’s Christy Lemire Wraps Things Up with The Hangover Part III

Christy Lemire isn’t alone as a top critic defending The Hangover Part III. She has the company of John Anderson (Wall Street Journal), Joe Neumaier (New York Daily News) and a few others.

But given that Lemire felt The Hangover Part II was the worst film of 2011, her cheering of the third installment in her final AP film review and on TYT Network show What the Flick?! is almost as surprising as her exit from the wire service right after colleague David Germain. (Lemire’s last day was Friday; Germain clocked out May 17.)

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Dynamic Journalist Duo Review Dreamworks at CinemaCon

Much like the way Hollywood likes to sometimes “re-imagine” a franchise rather than straight remake it, the National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) has changed the name of this week’s annual Las Vegas convention from ShoWest to CinemaCon. Same narrative, different title.

There is already more coverage coming out of “Cin City” than you can shake a Twizzler stick at, everything from Anthony Breznican of EW on J.J. AbramsSuper 8 to a quick dispatch by AP’s David Germain about a keynote by new MPAA chief Chris Dodd. There are also instant V-logs, like this summary from Peter Sciretta (/Film) and Steven “Frosty” Weintraub (Collider.com) of a morning Dreamworks presentation:

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