Movies with patrick dempsey

The latest addition to Michael Bay’s Transformers 3 is Grey’s Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey.
Dempsey will be playing the boss of Megan Fox’s character, Mikaela Banes.
The former 80s teen star told Brazilian reporters that it was a ‘dark role’, which for some reason brings to mind a Chocolate Swiss Roll, but that’s probably because we’re hungry.
This will be quite a change as these days when Dempsey is not saving lives as a telly doctor, you’re most likely to find him starring in romantic comedies.

The addition of Dempsey comes after casting the somewhat left-field choices of Frances Mc Dormand and John Malkovich, who are normally more associated with low budget Indie projects.

On the robot casting side, Optimus Prime and Bumblebee are confirmed for a return, among several new robots, though which ethnic minorities the new transformers will offend through vulgar stereotypes is unclear.
Filming will start this month, and according to EW.com, locations confirmed are the U.S, Africa, Moscow and China.

Transformers 3? Or kill me, kill me now, do it, i’m right here, come on, do it? Let us know.

THIS IS WHAT THEY WANT

Director’s Take

When you’re a sports fan growing up 20 minutes from the National Tennis Center, the U.S. Open matters. Fall comes around, getting ready for school, and just as the football season begins and baseball gets down to crunch time, the U.S. Open kicks into gear.

That’s how it was for us, a couple of teenagers who’d take the Long Island railroad to the Shea Stadium stop at least a few times during the fortnight the tournament was going on. The rest of the majors had been settled, and it was a last chance for a player to finish an incredible summer or salvage a year without a title — or maybe it was just New York looking on that made them fight so hard for it.

This was during the first golden age of professional tennis, the late 70’s/early 80’s, when Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe and, of course, Jimmy Connors made the game feel less like a country club pastime and more like a hard-nosed, full contact sport. They made it the marquis event it remains.

Each of those three men made an impact on us. Borg for his cool, McEnroe because he was cool and Connors because he just refused to give in to his opponents, the umpires, the tournament referees or, even, to any notion of politeness and civility.

So as we grew up, got out of college, started working, we were transfixed by the run Jimmy Connors made years later at the 1991 U.S. Open. How was this 39 year old guy still out there and playing as if it were 1981, while we were now humping office jobs? We didnt miss a match of his great run.

When Bill Simmons and the 30 for 30 team approached us about shooting one, we immediately thought of Jimmy, his run, our childhoods and knew exactly the movie we had to make.

Hope you enjoy it.

He is a middle-class guy whose father refuses to go on paying for college because his son has goofed off. We’re supposed to believe that Randy turns into a pizza prostitute so he can earn money to get back to campus and his true love, the wholesome Jenny.

But the lovelorn women who order up his services are just as wholesome, including a doctor (Kirstie Alley) who wants to get back at her philandering husband. She and Randy kill some screen time doing Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers dance numbers. This allows Randy to give a self-justifying speech at the end, which serves as the film’s cynical disclaimer. ”There are a lot of women out there who don’t believe in love anymore,” he tells Jenny. ”They just wanted a little romance.”

But like its hero, ”Loverboy,” which opened yesterday at the Criterion Center and other theaters, seems out to make some quick, easy money. Jenny is forgiving. Audiences shouldn’t be so gullible.

”Loverboy” is rated PG-13.(”Special Parental Guidance Suggested for Those Under 13.”) In addition to the suggested sex there is some strong language. THE ANCHOVY FACTOR LOVERBOY, directed by Joan Micklin Silver; screenplay by Robin Schiff, Leslie Dixon and Tom Ropelewski; director of photography, John Hora; edited by Rick Shaine; production designer, Dan Leigh; produced by Gary Foster and Willie Hunt; released by Tri-Star Pictures. At the Gemini, Second Avenue at 64th Street; the Criterion Center, Broadway at 45th Street. Running Time: 98 minutes. This film is rated PG-13. Randy Bodek . . . Patrick Dempsey Diane Bodek . . . Kate Jackson Monica Delancey . . . Carrie Fisher Alex Barnett . . . Barbara Carrera Joe Bodek . . . Robert Ginty Dr. Joyce Palmer . . . Kirstie Alley Kyoko Bruckner . . . Kim Miyori

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