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  • As Clegg walks through a mini-tornado of litter, it's impossible not to recall Robert De Niro besieged by sheets of paper sticking to his limbs and body.

    New Statesman

  • (Soundbite of laughter) Mr. EBERT: And later, as I began to interview people of comparable stature, who were younger, such as Robert De Niro or Meryl Streep, I realized a funny thing: for all of us, movie stars are the people who were stars when we were growing up.

    Siskel and Ebert's 'At The Movies' Takes Final Bow

  • To paraphrase Robert De Niro (in Midnight Run): "I got two words for you Geraldine.

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  • He is the agent for so many important acting citizens such as Robert De Niro and Sacha Baron Cohen as well as directors such as Spike Lee.


  • A van arrives from the farm and everyone piles in, squeezing between boxes of smoked ricotta destined for restaurants such as Robert De Niro's Locanda Verde in New York, where it is served in a salad with tomato, watermelon and basil.

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  • The first guest was Robert De Niro, playing "Robert De Niro" dutifully, doing nothing to dispel the feeling that his motive for appearing here was to repay Lorne a favor.

    Slate Magazine

  • Her meals have been enjoyed by celebrities such as Robert De Niro, Richard Gere and Oprah Winfrey.

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  • The casting is superb and the most notable are Charlie Cox, Claire Danes and Michelle Pfeiffer, with other great names playing superb supporting roles such as Robert De Niro, Peter O'Toole, Mark Strong, Rupert Everett, Dexter Fletcher and Nathaniel Parker.

    Filmstalker Review: Stardust

  • Movie stars such as Robert De Niro (Raging Bull) and Hillary Swank (Million Dollar Baby) learned how to box there.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Film-crit term, borrowed from comp-lit studies, that achieved hyper-currency in the late 1960s and 1970s when the Easy Riders, Raging Bulls generation took wing, its auteurs constructing their films around morally compromised, usually runty, usually ethnic protagonists — such as Robert De Niro’s Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver, Al Pacino’s eponymous character in Serpico, and Dustin Hoffman’s Ratso Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy.

    The Film Snob's Dictionary, Volume 3


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