Julie Gonzalo (born September 9, 1981) is an actress born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and raised in Miami, Florida. She is perhaps best known for her roles as Parker Lee in Veronica Mars and Shelby in A Cinderella Story.
Gonzalo is a fluent Spanish speaker. Gonzalo gives press interviews for the Spanish-language media entirely in Spanish.
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Must Love Dogs is a 2005 romantic comedy film directed by Gary David Goldberg and originally written by Claire Cook. This movie makes many references to the classic Doctor Zhivago, a movie that one of the characters loves and watches over and over again during the course of the story.
During the opening credits, we see a few random singles talking about where they meet people of the opposite sex.
The actual film starts off in Sarah Nolan's kitchen. We get the impression she's around age 40, and divorced not so long ago. Her sisters Carol and Christine, brother Michael and father are there as a "dating intervention." They all have pictures of men they want to set Sarah up with. Sarah doesn't seem very into the idea. All of her siblings are married. We also find out Sarah's ex-husband is named Kevin. Michael seems to be having marital woes, and his wife doesn't like their big dog "Mother Teresa" so she is staying with Sarah indefinitely. Her family is very intrusive, even scolding...,
A Cinderella Story is a teen romance movie starring Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray. A modern-day take on the classic story of Cinderella, the plot involves a lost cell phone, rather than the traditional glass slipper. Directed by Mark Rosman, the film also includes Jennifer Coolidge, Dan Byrd, Regina King, Julie Gonzalo and Lin Shaye. The movie features the song "Now You Know", written and performed by Kara DioGuardi. It features on the soundtrack being sung by Hilary Duff. The film was given mixed reviews by most critics, but the film was a box office success; at $51 million domestically and $70 million worldwide, it stands currently as Hilary Duff's most successful movie in a leading role.
Tagline: Once upon a time, can happen anytime.Sam Montgomery (Hilary Duff) lived a semi-fairytale life with her widowed father (who is later shown remarrying) when she was 8 years old in the San Fernando Valley, until the 1994 Northridge earthquake kills her father and leaves her with her...,
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story is a 2004 comedy from 20th Century Fox, written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber.Taglines:Peter LaFleur (Vaughn) is a financially struggling man who makes his money by running Average Joe's, a failing gym with only a few members. The members, Steve the Pirate, Justin, Gordan, and Average Joe's employees Dwight and Owen, are heavily loyal to both the gym and its owner. Peter discovers that White Goodman (Stiller), owner of the glamorous Globo-Gym, has purchased Average Joe's defaulted mortgage. White Goodman makes it publicly known that he used to be obese but, miraculously, thanks to "working out", is now healthier than ever before, and, of course, completely non-obese. Peter must raise $50,000 in 30 days in order to redeem the equity of redemption on the about-to-be-foreclosed mortgage and remove the cloud on title to his gym. If he fails to do so, Goodman will successfully foreclose upon Average Joe's Gym and a parking structure will be built...,
Freaky Friday is a 2003 comedy drama film starring Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis as a daughter and mother whose bodies are switched because of an enchanted Chinese fortune cookie.This is the third time this film has been made by Disney, and the second in ten years. The original was made in 1976, and a 1995 remake was produced for A.B.C. T.V. in 1995. This story is based on the book by Mary Rodgers.This film is Lindsay Lohan's first theatrical film since her appearance as a child actress in 1998's The Parent Trap. The film's producer Andrew Gunn said he initially hoped Jodie Foster (who played the daughter in the original film, "Freaky Friday" (1976) would be interested to play the mother in the remake. Foster declined, in part because of concerns that the casting stunt would overshadow the movie's overall merit.Cameos:The snapshots in the opening credits are photos of Jamie Lee Curtis and her daughter, Annie Guest.Amir Derakh of the band Orgy instructed Jamie Lee Curtis on how,
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