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2014/12/21 06:22
2014/12/21 06:22
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There are some similarities to Moundsville, including both being the county seat. In fact Indiana has two courthouses, as when they built a new one the old one remained. The street lights in Indiana...
2014/12/21 06:22
2014/12/21 06:22
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2014/12/20 15:19
2014/12/20 15:19
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It seems like just yesterday that most people on Earth were only vaguely aware of an upcoming buddy comedy called "The Interview." In what must be the third or fifth or tenth stoner movie released in...
2014/12/20 09:21
2014/12/20 09:21
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Melanie Griffith, 57, ditches the sexy outfits and dresses her age in demure sweater and jeans at lunch with her girlfriends She is often seen in edgy skintight ensembles and isn’t afraid to showcase...
2014/12/19 20:19
2014/12/19 20:19
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There are few things Hollywood loves -- or relies on -- more than a good villain. From Charlie Chaplin's "The Great Dictator," which took satirical aim at Adolf Hitler, to countless Cold War-era...
2014/12/19 19:16
2014/12/19 19:16
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For some folks - a lot of folks, actually - Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without "It's a Wonderful Life." It's a holiday classic, one of the gems of the American cinema. The great Frank Capra...
2014/12/19 12:40
2014/12/19 12:40
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Even now, it is impossible to blame North Korea for the hacking that embarrassed Sony Pictures into pulling out The Interview, a film about a plot to kill Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader. It is a...
2014/12/18 19:33
2014/12/18 19:33
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Alex Cox seems to think so. The British filmmaker and assistant professor to the film studies program at the University of Colorado Boulder doesn’t just know a thing or two about this sort of thing;...
2014/12/18 17:15
2014/12/18 17:15
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There are few things Hollywood loves — or relies on — more than a good villain. From Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator,” which took satirical aim at Adolf Hitler, to countless Cold War-era...
2014/12/18 05:12
2014/12/18 05:12
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By ROB JENNINGS The historic U.S. policy shift on Cuba was announced just three days after filmmaker Joe Guerriero returned to New Jersey from Havana, the island nation's capital and largest...
2014/12/16 16:57
2014/12/16 16:57
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A Feathered River Across the Sky: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction | Joel Greenberg I'd read stories about the passenger pigeon's fate, but couldn't believe what I was reading. This...
2014/12/15 14:05
2014/12/15 14:05
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Iconic Tara plantation from "Gone With the Wind" in Georgia dairy barnPosted: Monday, December 15, 2014 8:28 AM ESTUpdated: Monday, December 15, 2014 8:31 AM EST LOVEJOY, GA (WRCB) - It was a story...
2014/12/14 18:20
2014/12/14 18:20
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We know their faces. We recognize their voices. We do not always know their names. They are the supporting actors and actresses of Hollywood movies. It is time to celebrate them. This popped into my...
2014/12/12 21:38
2014/12/12 21:38
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The 14th Marrakesh Film Festival in Morocco is paying tribute to Japan by showcasing a retrospective of 27 movies at an event traditionally dominated by Arab, French or American cinema. “Along with...
2014/12/12 14:34
2014/12/12 14:34
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The Library of Congress has estimated that 75% of all American silent films are lost, and for years Portlander Ned Thanhouser assumed the movies made by his grandfather's company were among them. Now...
2014/12/11 18:43
2014/12/11 18:43
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... Obvious Child I have seen “Obvious Child” labeled as a generic indie dramedy or sensationalized by buzzword plot points. Both of these attempts to summarize this poignant and complex film is an...
2014/12/11 12:43
2014/12/11 12:43
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DelhiTheatreA love story from the land of the dragon: Bravia Capital Sadir Theatre Festival presents The Peony Pavilion, one of China’s most loved classical operas, for the first time in India. The...
2014/12/10 22:19
2014/12/10 22:19
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Unforgiven won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1993. You know what didn't win? The Muppet Christmas Carol! For that, the Academy remains... unforgiven. (Nailed it.) The Muppet Christmas Carol...
2014/12/10 21:27
2014/12/10 21:27
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The Best Undistributed Films of 2014 According to Indiewire’s Film Critic By Eric Kohn | IndiewireWed Dec 10 15:45:08 EST 2014 As the year comes to a close, these 10 movies don't have U.S....
2014/12/04 11:51
2014/12/04 11:51
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My Fair Lady: Why does Audrey Hepburn still enchant us more than 20 years after her death? WHAT is it about Audrey Hepburn? In an era when curvy and voluptuous was the desired female silhouette...
2014/12/04 03:21
2014/12/04 03:21
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Lighting up a damp day! Melanie Griffith puffs on a cigarette during a rainy afternoon in Los Angeles Melanie Griffith wasn't the type to let a little rain slow down her day when she went shopping in...
2014/12/21 06:22
2014/12/21 06:22
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