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Review written by Jon Patch with 3 out of 4 paws
The Night Before
Columbia Pictures, Good Universe, LStar Capital and Point Grey Pictures present an R rated, 101 minute, Comedy, directed by Jonathan Levine, written by Levine and Kyle Hunter with a theater release date of November 20, 2015.
Universal Pictures and Apatow Productions present a 125 minute, R rated, Comedy, directed by Judd Apatow and written by Amy Schumer with a theater release date of July 17, 2015.
Big Indie Pictures, Bleecker Street Media and Shivhans Pictures present an R rated, 106 minute, Comedy, Drama, directed and written by Dan Fogelman with a limited theater release date of March 19, 2015.
Fox Searchlight Pictures, New Regency Pictures, Worldview Entertainment and Grisbi Productions present an R rated, 119 minute, Comedy, Drama, directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, screenplay by Gonzalez Inarritu and Nicolas Giacobone with a theater release date of January 2, 2015.
Fox Searchlight Pictures, TSG Entertainment and Pacific Standard present a 115 minute, R rated, Biography, Drama, directed by Jean-Marc Vallee, written by Nick Hornby and Cheryl Strayed with a theater release date of December 19, 2014.
Day 28 Films, Rishon Films and Roadside Attractions present a PG-13, 95 minute, drama, directed and written by Ron Krauss with a theater release date of January 24, 2014.
Van Gogh Blue Triple Wheat Vodka
Introduced in 2008, the artfully crafted Van Gogh Blue Triple Wheat Vodka is a smooth and inviting blend of premium European wheat sourced from Holland, Germany and France.
Van Gogh Blue Triple Wheat Vodka hand-crafted in small batches through a unique triple distillation method, which maintains the integrity of the natural ingredients, and ensures Van Gogh Blue Triple Wheat Vodka is everything you'd expect in an ultra-premium vodka.
Notes From Tim Vos, Master Distiller
“The exceptional triple wheat Van Gogh Blue offers subtle flavors of grains from three countries, each bringing their own unique characteristics to the spirit. In Holland, the wheat is cultivated near the Dutch coast and is therefore a bit salty and dry from the maritime influence. The harvest in France comes from the center of the country and possesses a sweeter profile. While in Germany, the wheat is grown in an area where the water comes from the melted ice of a nearby mountain, providing the grain with a mineral taste. The aftertaste delivers a delicate and consistent essence of wheat grains and some minerality for a dry and polished finish.”