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New Year's Eve (2011) Movie Reviews

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New Year's Eve

The Star-Studded cast alone makes this movie worth seeing and the focus was New York City which I loved!

The best place to start is with Michelle Pfeiffer's dowdy character, who decides to quit her job and experience different things. She enlists the help of a courier named Paul (Zac Efron) to help her complete her New Year’s resolutions by midnight in exchange for exclusive tickets for a special party. Meanwhile Paul’s best friend is New Yorker Randy (Ashton Kutcher) who could care less about all the hype of New Year’s Eve. He gets stuck on the elevator with his new neighbor Elise (Glee's Lea Michele) who is the back-up singer a music superstar named Jensen (Jon Bon Jovi). Jensen is trying to win back the love of his life, a professional caterer named Laura (Katherine Heigl) with whom...

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12/16/2011 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

New Year's Eve Review

Occasionally, when my cupboards are a little bare and I haven’t had the chance to get to the grocery store, I will rummage through my refrigerator and try to come up with a creative masterpiece to put in front of my family for dinner. That’s kind of the premise behind the movie “New Year’s Eve”, the latest concoction of director Gary Marshall. I’m not saying it’s unfit for consumption, but the chance of anyone wanting seconds is going to be rather small.

THE GOOD: If you happened to catch Mr. Marshall’s production of “Valentine’s Day” from last year, you may be aware that there seems to be a trend happening here: Place as many big name stars in one film and name it after a beloved Holiday. That pretty much sums up both of the plot lines, because, there really ISN’T any. And I supp...

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