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As actress Ari Graynor recently told The East Valley Tribune, one of her primary goals in life is to do “a little bit of everything.” Her blossoming career is certainly reflective of this ambition and includes an array of roles in motion pictures, television series and stage plays.
A high-school reunion story that spreads attention among its high-profile cast members more evenly than the average film of this sort, Jamie Linden's "10 Years" is dedicated to the urge to believe that a single get-together can afford closure on everything from prom night disappointments to misguided life choices. More bittersweet than funny but not a downer overall, the pic has reasonable prospects with young viewers who haven't seen many of its thematic ancestors.
Ari Graynor attends the brunch event for the new film "10 Years" on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012 in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)
If it seems like Channing Tatum is everywhere, it's probably because he is. He's appeared in five films this year alone, with the latest being this weekend's ensemble comedy-drama "10 Years." The roles have come in every imaginable genre, each strikingly different from the last.
The whole point of calling a phone-sex line is that you know what you're getting, right? You pick up the phone, pay your money and partake in some, um, self-satisfaction. It's a sure thing. Everyone hangs up happy.
This film image released by Focus Features shows, from left, Ari Graynor, Justin Long and Lauren Miller in a scene from "For A Good Time, Call." (AP Photo/Focus Features)
This film image released by Focus Features shows Ari Graynor in a scene from "For A Good Time, Call." (AP Photo/Focus Features)
This film image released by Focus Features shows Lauren Miller as Lauren, left, and Ari Graynor as Katie in a scene from "For A Good Time, Call." (AP Photo/Focus Features, Ryder Sloane)
"Celeste and Jesse Forever" features all the familiar, tried-and-true romantic comedy trappings.
Jonah Hill, world's worst babysitter. Must have sounded like such movie magic that the makers of "The Sitter" grabbed the first three brats they found on the street, shoved them in a minivan with Hill and started filming.
Hollywood's new age of realistically raunchy, female-driven romantic comedies takes a step backward with "What's Your Number?", a dollop of forgettable fluff that's as dull and predictable as they come.
“Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist” is one of those magical, near-perfect youth romances, a film that so vividly reminds you of the glories of young love that you wish you were 18 again, full of hope, not jaded by life and love lost.
Thrown together: Michael Cera, Ari Graynor and Kat Dennings spend a wild night in Manhattan in “Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist.” Sony