Saturday, January 23, 2010

More ‘The Company Men’ reviews and some Tweets…..

Review by Owen Gleiberman, entitled: Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones, and Chris Cooper are superb in ‘The Company Men,’ a juicy drama of downsized executives. Owen says, “Bobby, with the mortgage payment due, goes to work as a carpenter for his honest-prole brother-in-law, played by Kevin Costner with gruff, gone-to-seed nobility……The Company Men, I have no trouble saying after just two days at Sundance, is destined to be one of the talked-about highlights of the festival.” See full review at the following link:

Review by Erik Davis who says, “a ball-busting brother-in-law (Kevin Costner in a scene-stealing performance)” – see the full review at the following link:

Review by Hollywood-elsewhere, says: “Kevin Costner has a smallish role in Company Men as the house-renovating brother of Affleck's wife, played by Rosemary DeWitt. He doesn't have very many lines, but I wish the story had been mostly about him because he's easily the most appealing personality on the boat.” See full review at the following link:

NY said: “Waited about an hour to try to see the world premiere of THE COMPANY MEN @ Eccles starring Ben Affleck, Chris Cooper, Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones, and Maria Bello- no such luck...”

Tweet: athensbynite RT @PriveAccess: Adrien Brodi, Ashton, Wilmer, Kevin Costner, Ben Affleck, and more all stopping by The Actors Lodge tonight

Sundance 2010 The Actors Lodge - Today Privé international was at The Actors Lodge. This is a venue where celebrities and vips will be able to relax, conduct interviews, and socialize. Description and pictures at the following link:

Tweet: rnmphotography Just got called to shoot a Sundance Film Festival party with Bill Murray, Ben Affleck and Kevin Costner. One of my... Links to:

Tweet: CoachPriest Sundance Film Fest: Just saw world premiere of Company Men starring Ben Affleck, Kevin Costner, and Tommy Lee Jones. I smell Oscars! Go C It

Tweet: marthaGroves Loving "Company Men" at Sundance Film Fest. Affleck, Jones, Costner--all terrific. Writer John Wells based it on his bro-in-law's job loss.

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