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Robin O’Hara, Longtime Indie Film Producer, Dies: Friends and Family Remember an Influential Figure

Robin O’Hara, Longtime Indie Film Producer, Dies: Friends and Family Remember an Influential Figure
Fierce, committed and above all, tough — these are the words that collaborators use to describe producer Robin O’Hara, a longtime fixture of the New York independent film scene, who died suddenly last week after complications from cancer treatment.

When O’Hara’s business and life partner Scott Macaulay of Forensic Films posted the sad news on Facebook last Wednesday, hundreds of prominent filmmakers, former crewmembers, and friends from across the independent film world offered an outpouring of condolences, remembrances, and testimonies about O’Hara’s importance in nurturing their art and their careers.

As “Saving Face” director Alice Wu wrote, “She was brilliant and mercurial and hilarious and terrifying. She gave no fucks — unless she did give a fuck — and then she gave everything. Anyone who has been lucky enough to be in her orbit never lets go. She pushed us all … and we became better people.”

Echoing Wu,
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That Awkward Moment Red Band Trailer Is Bursting With Testosterone And Awful Jokes

We all know that .red band. means Nsfw, but take note that the F-bombs in this preview are combined with some partial male nudity and a big fake dong, just in case you thought keeping the volume down would keep you safe... For his first film, director Tom Gormican seemingly wanted to see if he could make a movie with only a miniscule amount more masculine charm than Bob Gosse's I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, and judging from the above preview, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies, he has done just that. I've spent most of my life avoiding friendships that only boiled down to .bros looking for pussy,. since those guys tend to be the most boring people imaginable. Somehow That Awkward Moment takes its best actor, Michael B. Jordan, and makes him even more boring than co-stars Miles Teller and Zac Effron by having him not talk
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‘Mentalist’ Star Robin Tunney Engaged To Nicky Marmet — Congrats

Robin and boyfriend Nicky were engaged on Christmas Day in Brazil — after Nicky’s second attempt at proposing! Read on for all the details about the ‘Mentalist’ star’s crazy engagement.

It might not be the best sign when it takes two tries to get someone to accept your marriage proposal, but Mentalist star Robin Tunney‘s new fiancé shouldn’t hold it against her. It’s not her fault she suddenly fell ill during boyfriend Nicky Marmet‘s first proposal attempt while the couple was vacationing in Brazil over Christmas!

Robin, 40, told Us Weekly, “He’d made an earlier attempt at the beach in Bahia, but I had what I thought was Dengue Fever and I threw up over his shoulder when he was about to take the ring out. Mercifully, I recovered and was healthy enough to accept the second time.”

About the second proposal, which happened on
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'Mentalist' Star Robin Tunney Engaged

'Mentalist' Star Robin Tunney Engaged
Robin Tunney is a taken woman!

The Mentalist star recently accepted her boyfriend Nicky Marmet's proposal of marriage, reports Us Weekly, but the occasion was not as romantic as he would have hoped.

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Apparently Tunney had taken ill during the Rio de Janeiro vacation her beau planned to pop the question. To Marmet's dismay, his soon-to-be bride upchucked all over him before he could get down on one knee.

"I had what I thought was Dengue Fever and I threw up over his shoulder when he was about to take the ring out," Tunney told Us.

Luckily, the second time was a charm for Marmet and the two became engaged on Christmas Day in Brazil.

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"I was shocked," she added. "I was too ill to notice anything was up in Bahia so he'd caught me completely off guard."

Tunney, 40, has been married
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Catch Three Deleted Scenes From ‘I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell’

For many people, Tucker Max’s book I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell served as a “do’s and dont’s” when it came to drinking and dating in your mid twenties. The book made the New York Times best seller list in 2006, 2007, and 2008. This past year, a film adaptation of the same name was released, to a mild response from fans.

The film featured Gilmore Girls star Matt Czuchry as Tucker Max, with Jesse Bradford and 7th Heaven’s Geoff Stults along for the ride. It was directed by Niagra, Niagra director Bob Gosse.

With the DVD hitting shelves this week, we felt it was only appropo to bring you come scenes that were just too much to make it into the final cut of the film. Be sure to check them out after the jump, and pick up I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell in stores now.
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I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell Red Band Clips

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Watch a few brand new red band movie clips from the film “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” by director Bob Gosse (Niagara, Niagara, Julie Johnson), Tucker Max and Nils Parker and starring Jesse Bradford (Bring It On, Romeo + Juliet), Geoff Stults (Wedding Crashers, The Break-Up), Keri Lynn Pratt (Nip/Tuck, Brothers & Sisters) and Marika Dominczyk (40 Year-Old Virgin, Las Vegas). Synopsis: I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell–based on the shocking, ridiculous and hilarious real life adventures of Tucker Max–is the story of an impromptu bachelor party gone horribly awry thanks to a midget, a fat girl, a gaggle of strippers, an overly destructive public intoxication ordinance, [...]
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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell Review

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There’s been a nagging trend in comedies since, oh around the time Kevin Smith and Clerks came onto the scene. For good measure, let’s also throw in the Farrelly Brothers and their cultclassic Dumb & Dumber. Maybe not those specific films, but somehwere around that time or a couple years earlier, comedies decided they needed the over-confident idiot character who would always get his chums into trouble. He’s accompanied by stubborn jackass, who doesn’t want to be there as well as bumbling idiot do-gooder, who usually has something hanging in the balance. Either of these characters can be annoying as all sin, just so long as one of them is. The laughs in these films usually consist of pure out shock toilet humor, involving a character doing something completely outrageous and out of the ordinary. Tucker Max seems to have lived some pretty outrageous times in his life,
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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell Review

The adventures of Tucker Max, his sexual escapades and how his selfish antics bring him and his two friends on the craziest bachelor party that goes awry. This is the basis for the novel adaptation of the NY Times bestseller ‘I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell’. Through the swirl of sex, booze and midgets, the film version falls flat on its face.

The film suffers the most with its own plot. Though the antics of Tucker and his friends are humorous to a certain extent, it becomes a tad too shallow and over the top to believe that this had happened for real. The characters’ stereotypes are drawn out so much to an extent that if ever faced with any of them in person you would probably want to run to the other end of the bar.

What should be saluted is Matt Czuchry’s portrayal of the obnoxious
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Movie Review: “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell”

Seen on: September 19, 2009

The players: Director: Bob Gosse, Writers: Tucker Max, Nils Parker, Cast: Matt Czuchry, Jesse Bradford, Geoff Stults, Keri Lynn Pratt

Facts of interest: Based on Tucker Max's best seller.

The plot: The film follows Tucker Max as he and his buddies visit a strip club to launch a friend's bachelor party.

Our thoughts: Up until now, I have never seen a film in which the protagonist realizes he’s an asshole after uncontrollably shitting his pants in the middle of a hotel lobby. That’s exactly what happens in Bob Gosse’s “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell,” which is based on Tucker Max’s hilarious, yet downright vulgar best seller.
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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell – Interview with Tucker Max

When I put my hand into that of frat-boy messiah Tucker Max, he crushed my phalanges with a firm shake that can only performed by legendary mitts. Those hands have handled more alcoholic beverages and women than my mind can even begin to imagine. And while I do hope he washes his hands regularly, at least I can say I’ve grabbed the paws of a man who has f**ked a little person stripper.

That and other stories are shared in Tucker Max’s first co-written movie, I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell, a film adaptation of his New York Times Bestseller with the same title. In the movie, law student/college-party-icon is played by Matt Czuchry (you may recognize him from “Gilmore Girls.”)

But as much as Tucker Max may seem to be invincible to his many vices, he still had a lot of learning to do when it came to cinema.
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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell

I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell

Directed by: Bob Gosse

Cast: Matt Czuchry, Geoff Stults, Jesse Bradford

Running Time: 1 hr 45 mins

Rating: R

Release Date: September 25, 2009

Plot: A social master (Czuchry) brings his recently cheated-on friend (Bradford) and their soon to be engaged buddy (Stults) on a night of misadventures they might never forget. Based on the book of the same title written by Tucker Max.

Who’s It For? The college crowd who want to re-experience the only book they’ve ever read outside of class.

Expectations: The tales I had previously heard about Tucker Max were impressive only in the way that they constantly seemed to dig deeper and deeper into moral disregard. Going into this film, I had not read the book beforehand.

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Matt Czuchry as Tucker Max: The relatively unknown actor prevails in presenting the character of Tucker Max, regardless of
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Chicago – In our latest comedy edition of Hookup: Film, we have 35 admit-two passes up for grabs to the Chicago screening of the new film “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” based on a true story and the best-selling book by Tucker Max!

I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” stars Matt Czuchry (as Tucker Max), Geoff Stults, Jesse Bradford, Keri Lynn Part, Marika Dominczyk and Traci Lords from director Bob Gosse.

To win your free pass to the advance screening of “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” in Chicago courtesy of, all you need to do is answer our question below. That’s it! This screening will be held on Sept. 24, 2009 at 8 p.m. in downtown Chicago. Directions to enter this Hookup and immediately win can be found beneath the graphic below.

I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” stars Matt Czuchry, Geoff Stults and Jesse Bradford.
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MovieWeb's 2009 Fall Movie Guide!

Labor Day weekend is coming up, and it's a holiday that marks the end of the summer movie season along with summer itself. All the kids are heading back to the classroom for another dreaded year of school and (for those in L.A. like myself) the weather starts to cool... hopefully. While fall usually isn't seen as a cinematic hotbed, with the blockbuster summer season over, there are still plenty of quality films to check out at the box office. This year we have Megan Fox's possessed body, a sensational animated film and a new zombie adventure. There's a lot more that I'm looking forward to this fall, so here is a comphrehensive look at what you can expect from this fall movie season.


Gamer - September 4th

Starring: Gerard Butler, Kyra Sedgwick, Michael C. Hall, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, John Leguizamo, Amber Valletta, Terry Crews, Logan Lerman,
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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell Trailer

Here is the trailer from Freestyle Releasing’s upcoming film “I Hope The Serve Beer In Hell”. Directed by Bob Gosse, the film stars Matt Czuchry, Jesse Bradford, Geoff Stults I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell Hit Theaters September 25, 2009 A guy tries to patch things up with his soon-to-be-married pal after botching things up at his bachelor party. Based on Tucker Max’s best-seller “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell”. (for more info - click here)
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I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell Trailer

I have to admit I don't know much about the book I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, except that it's written by a blogger named Tucker Max, who supposedly offers true accounts of his drunken antics and sexual encounters to the delight of douchebags and meatheads the world over. Somehow he managed to talk Richard Kelly into producing a movie based on the book through Darko Entertainment, and now here we are, looking at the first trailer. I was somewhat interested based on the fact that it sounded like an edgy, independent film that would be getting a decent release, but after watching the trailer I'm not convinced that this will be anything other than a generic, mildly shocking sex comedy. I suspect that the appeal of Max's stories come from his writing style and the fact that they at least feel like they could be true. None of
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'I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell' trailer hits

I admit I had a good time reading Tucker Max's filthy and ridiculously vulgar best seller "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell," but to be honest, I wish he would've left it at that without turning it into a movie.

But hey, many cinemagoers out there are in love with ultra-gross comedies full of dirty talk and offensive sex jokes, and for those who don't like to read, they will soon be able to follow some of Tucker's adventures on the big screen.

The book essentially focused on a whole series of stories Tucker experience during the past years. Some are nastier than others, but most of them feature tons alcohol, hot chicks, wild sex acts and fat girls.

A first trailer for the Bob Gosse-directed film has debuted online, and while I did laugh a lot while reading the book, this footage really failed to impress me.
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Hey, Paulington: Beer, The 4th of July, Tucker Max, and View-Master: The Movie!

Hey, Paulington! Is a Cinephile advice column that looks at life, love, and the movies. Anyone can send in a question, and Paulington will answer it. Sure, it's a really cryptic, cliched concept that has been around since the dawn of time. But we're spicing it up a little bit. Topics can range from anything: Sex, violence, haints and taints, your favorite movie! Paulington doesn't care. He's basically doing it for a paycheck. He's not really an expert on anything. But he sure does know a lot about movies and human nature. You can send your questions to (as in, click on the giant red letters and you will automatically be sent to his email):

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And he will be sure to answer all of them in a very timely manner. Here are this week's letters. Enjoy!

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It's 4th of July, yo! This may be my favorite holiday.
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Three cast for ‘I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell’

Jesse Bradford, Geoff Stults and Matt Czuchry have signed on to star in Bob Gosse’s adaptation of Tucker Max’s best-selling memoir “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell.”

Max first got to taste fame in 2002 after he launched, on which he posted a horde of short stories about his alcohol-laden adventures. He then decided to gather the most memorable ones in a memoir, which hit shelves in 2006 and instantly became a best seller.

The movie follows Max as he decides to take an impromptu trip to celebrate his friend’s bachelor party. Max is co-writing the script with Nils Parker.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Czuchry will star as Tucker Max, while Stults and Bradford will play his best friends. Denise Quinones and Keri Lynn Pratt co-star.

When I first heard about the big-screen adaptation I decided to get a copy of the book, and although
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