Hart Bochner
Canadian actor
Hart Bochner
Hart Matthew Bochner is a Canadian film actor, screenwriter, director, and producer.
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Die Hard Quadrilogy – Blu-ray Review
HeyUGuys.co.uk - almost 5 years
If this long-overdue Blu-ray reissue hadn’t come about, this franchise would have thoroughly deserved a HeyUGuys Video Vault special anyway. With recent news of a fifth instalment (A Good Day To Die Hard) going ahead, it is an ideal time to re-evaluate the existing entries in this genre-defining series and see what a Blu-ray brush-up has done to them. Die Hard came towards the end of a decade that was characterised, at least within the action genre, by one-man-machine films. Rambo, Commando, Predator, Cobra, DTV entries from Dolph Lundgren and the burgeoning attempts of Seagal and Van Damme, all vied for our attention. Then along came Die Hard. Its director, John McTiernan, had already visited the genre to considerable success and acclaim with Arnie’s none-more-eighties Predator, but this was something else entirely. So familiar has the skyscraper-high concept become (one man, stuck with a load of terrorists, fighting for his life etc) that one can forget that this is where it bega ...
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Aprende como puedas - Canal+
Google News - over 5 years
Hart Bochner realiza una disparatada comedia en la que por encima de todo prevalece la comedia y la exageración de las situaciones. "Aprende como puedas", que parodia básicamente el éxito de taquilla protagonizado por Michelle Pfeiffer,
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Story Notes for Die Hard - AMCtv.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Hart Bochner said the audience went crazy when his character, Ellis, was shot. Bochner added, "I thought, well, I guess I did my job, all right." Rickman wanted Hans and McClane to "have healthy respect for each other....and perhaps they could even
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5 Superheroines Who (Mostly) Don\\\'t Give a F*ck - FemPop
Google News - over 5 years
Supergirl does give af*ck about: Argo City, Hart Bochner's muscles, Peter Fonda. She makes a man shoot himself with nothing but a string and her tiny girl muscles. THAT'S ALL YOU NEED. Also she's incredibly violent while maintaining a degree of
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 8 years
10:30 P.M. (IFC) HENRY ROLLINS UNCUT: NORTHERN IRELAND Mr. Rollins, right, finds parallels between the American occupation of Iraq and the British occupation of Northern Ireland, and talks with people who played significant roles during the ''troubles.'' Those interviewed include the civil rights leader Eamonn McCann; Peter Robinson, the first
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 8 years
9 P.M. (ABC) SUPER-MANNY Mike Ruggles, a teacher and developmental psychologist from Chicago, steps into the shoes of Jo Frost (a k a Supernanny) in this hourlong show. Instead of observing a family as Ms. Frost does, he boots Doug and Tracey Marko out of their Temecula, Calif., home and uses role-playing techniques to teach their two older
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 8 years
4:45 A.M. (TCM) 48 HOURS OF HORROR! Turner Classic Movies continues its two-day fright fest with ''Spirits of the Dead'' (1968), a triptych of supernatural tales based on works by Poe, directed by Federico Fellini, Louis Malle and Roger Vadim; Brigitte Bardot, Jane Fonda and Terence Stamp star. Other highlights include ''Cat People'' (1942), with
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THE TV WATCH | 'THE STARTER WIFE''; 'THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA'; Shop as if There's No Tomorrow
NYTimes - over 8 years
Credit markets are paralyzed, banks worldwide are being nationalized, even Beverly Hills mansions are in foreclosure, and fashion gurus are declaring ''frugality chic'' the new conspicuous consumption. Wealth, at the moment, is either at risk or suspect. So this may not be the most propitious time to celebrate shoppers who describe Christian
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Debra Messing's 'Starter' Role Has Staying Power
NYTimes - over 8 years
Molly Kagan, the ex-wife of a thoughtless movie mogul who dumps her for a younger model, was supposed to be just a summer fling for Debra Messing. Ms. Messing, casting about for a new challenge after the long-running NBC sitcom ''Will & Grace'' concluded in 2006, took on the role of Molly in ''The Starter Wife,'' a six-part mini-series in May and
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A Premiere Far From Hollywood
NYTimes - almost 9 years
''Leatherheads,'' which was shot in the Carolinas, is about to get a hometown premiere, even if the hundreds of local people who worked as extras and bit players on this football comedy, set for release by Universal Pictures on April 4, have to do it themselves. Which, in fact, they do. The red carpet, all 75 feet of it, comes from the Bonitz
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A NIGHT OUT WITH: Peggy Lipton; Taking Her Best Shots
NYTimes - over 11 years
IN the early 70's Peggy Lipton's character on the television show ''The Mod Squad'' -- an undercover cop named Julie Barnes -- was a symbol of California cool. Now 57, Ms. Lipton looks eerily unchanged from her ''Mod Squad'' days (model thin, long blonde hair, gold hoop Gypsy earrings). But she's a lot more animated. For example, the near
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TELEVISION/RADIO; Why Reality Won't Rule The Fall
NYTimes - almost 14 years
O.K., so ''American Idol'' is the hottest show in America. That may mean reality TV isn't going away. But the networks want to make billions, not just hundreds of millions, and the best place to do that remains the syndication market for reruns of megahit comedies and dramas. In pursuit of that elusive pot of back-end gold, they have ordered up an
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TELEVISION/RADIO; The Epic That Sank A Genre
NYTimes - over 14 years
IT was a director's orgy,'' Dan Curtis, the 74-year-old writer, director and producer, said last month in his memorabilia-filled office in West Los Angeles. ''I'd do it again in a second -- except that I couldn't do it as well.'' Mr. Curtis is as proud of ''War and Remembrance,'' his $110 million, 30-hour adaptation of Herman Wouk's globe-girdling
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'Urban Legends' Final Cut
NYTimes - over 16 years
Directed by John Ottman R, 94 minutes ''A serial killer based on urban legends?'' scoffs a character in the 1998 slasher film ''Urban Legend.'' ''Sounds like a stretch to me.'' So it was, and so it continues to be in the sequel, ''Urban Legends: Final Cut,'' even though the new film bears almost no relation to the original apart from the return of
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Hart Bochner
    THIRTIES
  • 1988
    Age 31
    On television, Bochner had a key role as Byron Henry in the 1988 ABC miniseries War and Remembrance.
    More Details Hide Details More recently, he starred as Zach, boyfriend of Molly Kagan (Debra Messing), on USA Network's short-lived series The Starter Wife (2008). Among the films he has directed are PCU and High School High. Bochner is a board member of the Environmental Media Awards.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1956
    Born
    Born on October 3, 1956.
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