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J.k. Simmons's Movie Roles: First Wives Club, Juno, Cider House Rules, More :

continue reading this.. This is also a rare opportunity to see Simmons with a full head of hair! 7. Autumn in New York (2000) Simmons would probably prefer that this one remain forgotten, since it was trashed by critics. In the film, Simmons plays Tom Grady, a doctor who helps Winona Ryder 's character cope with her terminal heart condition. 8. Juno (2007) People really started to pay attention to his acting chops when Simmons took on the role of Mac MacGuff, father to Juno (Ellen Page).

E.J. DIONNE JR.: For the Patriots, without apology - Lowell Sun Online

The result is a "richly nuanced" and realistic story laced with "brutal" violence. Rupert Friend also stars. More movie releases on February 3, 2015 54 ABCs of Death 2 HORROR 29 The Best of Me DRAMA | James Marsden, Michelle Monaghan 50 Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain DRAMA | Kal Penn, Mischa Barton, Martin Sheen Coffee Town (2013) COMEDY | Glenn Howerton, Ben Schwartz 86 Diner (1982) DRAMEDY | Kevin Bacon, Mickey Rourke, Steve Guttenberg 40 Dracula Untold HORROR/ACTION | Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon Every Man for Himself (1980) Criterion Collection release 22 Exists HORROR | Roger Edwards 62 Food Chains DOCUMENTARY The Wonder Years Season 2 February 10 Force Majeure 87 Watch Trailer One of last year's best films in any language, Ruben Ostlund's beautifully filmed and incisive black comedy follows a Swedish family on a ski vacation in the French Alps. There, a near-encounter with an avalanche (and the family members' various reactions to the event) threatens to tear apart the family. Despite winning the Un Certain Regard Jury Prize at last year's Cannes and appearing on numerous year-end top 10 lists, Force Majeure was inexplicably snubbed for a foreign-language Oscar nomination.

'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's Alleged Killer on Trial Next Week - Yahoo News

I is for I Am Jenna: The name of Jenna's blog that also serves as the show's narration. J is for Jesus 2.0: This is the name for Lissa's renewed faith in God in Season 5, according to star Greer Grammer K is for Knick-Knackers: A group of adult mean girls Lacey used to want to join. 14 truths we learned from Awkward L is for Lady Business: Often the subject of conversation, especially when embarrassing Jenna. M is for Ming: Jenna and Tamara's best friend who transferred schools after Season 3 -- when the actress left the show. N is for Nancy Drew: A term for investigating, like when Tamara and Ming were determined to find proof in Matty's room that he wrote the carefrontation letter. O is for Orgasm: Pretty much the theme of the Season 4 premiere.

'American Sniper': What Happened in Real Life After the Movie Fades to Black "He was finding this real peace and joy being able to see his kids every day," his widow Taya Kyle told People Magazine in a recent interview. That rehabilitation work is believed to have been the reason why he arranged for the trip to the gun range with his friend Chad Littlefield and Routh on Feb. 2, 2013. Routh was arrested later that same day and charged with the murders of Kyle and Littlefield. The trial was initially slated to begin last May but delays led to it be pushed back to start next week, on Feb. 11, in Erath County, Texas.

More New Jersey towns turning to part-time police officers - New Jersey Herald

And anyway, everybody messes with the football, right? All Patriots fans are Taylor Swift partisans these days: "The haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate. Already, I can imagine the sighs of impatience from those who think loyalty to professional sports teams is a silly and even pernicious waste of energy. Aren't they just a bunch of businesses owned by rich guys who use them to make more money and stroke their already large egos by paying a share of that cash to athletes, some of whom get wealthy themselves? Didn't we see what a moral mess the National Football League made of the Ray Rice affair?

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The trend of hiring Class II police officers has gained momentum over the last five years as police departments and municipalities faced budget hits and layoffs. Hamilton Township, Galloway, Egg Harbor, Little Egg Harbor, Vineland, Lower and Middle townships and Atlantic City have all turned to cost-effective, part-time manpower once used only in shore towns to beef up police during the busy summer months. Hamilton Township will soon hire another round of Class II police officers in addition to the three who are employed in the department, officials said. Mayor Roger Silva said hiring the part-time Class II officers for the 49-member force is a much more affordable option than adding a fully sworn police officer at full-time status. Silva pointed to the down economy and said all governments are trying to do more with less, including police protection. Silva's youngest son, Christopher Silva, 31, is a police officer in Mullica Township and started his career in Hamilton Township as a Class II officer.

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