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Woody Allen in his apartment: “People kept saying, ‘This guy’s career is finished.’ I thought, You must be joking.”Credit Photograph by Arnold Newman In the television alcove of Woody Allen’s...
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Salvatore Giuliano review – Philip French on the ...
The Neapolitan lawyer Francesco Rosi broke into films in the 1950s as an assistant to Luchino Visconti on La Terra Trema (1948), a neorealist epic about exploited Sicilian fishermen. In the 1960s they...
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Shell Shocked: The hit man cometh
... Gary Cooper and immediately wanted to be an architect when I grew up. Then I saw "
" and wanted to start a newspaper. When I saw "All the King's Men" my heart was set on...
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This Magician Had An Excellent Reason For Ripping...
Before the magician rivalries of “Burt Wonderstone” there were these two acts in Christopher Nolan’s twisty period piece, both competing with variations of a special trick called the Transported Man....
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Six Barely Related Minifigs I’d Like To See In Le...
The list of included minifgs for Lego Batman 3 is slowly creeping towards the severely out-of-hand side of crazy – not that we're complaining – but it has opened the door to some inclusions that might...
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11 Classic Movies That Were Originally Box-Office...
Some of Hollywood's greatest films were financial flops that took years before they were fully embraced by audiences. From arguably the greatest film ever made, "
," to the cult hit "The...
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The Big Lebowski
The movie flops that turned out to be the best fi...
Trailer: The Wizard of Oz Many of the best films ever made were flops. Don't believe me? Here's a quick top 10 of films that were failures on debut: The Wizard of Oz (1939), The General (1926), It's...
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THE WIZARD OF OZ
It's a Wonderful Life
‘Media Legends: Journalists who helped shaped Aus...
... Legends: Journalists who helped shaped Australia’ reveals how giants in the game got their start THEY’RE some of the biggest names in Australian media. But where did the likes of Mike Sheahan...
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Melbourne Press Club
Boomtown blues: Jesse Moss documents the struggle...
Boomtown blues: Jesse Moss documents the struggles of a North Dakota community overwhelmed by job-seekers The small town of Williston, North Dakota, is on the front lines of the central battles in...
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'Vertigo' named best film of all time
ALFRED Hitchcock's 1958 thriller Vertigo is the greatest film of all time, according to an once-in-a-decade poll of critics which has deposed
from the top spot. The poll by the BFI's...
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In The Mood for Love
DANA'S DOZEN: Movies so bad, you have to love 'em
... the dance scene. We all have our guilty pleasures. After all, you can't sit around and watch "
" ALL the time. Some movies are so unbelievably awful that the stars probably just wish...
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"Move On, Next Question": An Attempt to Communica...
... sorry, I'm losing my mind," Tommy Wiseau said to me seconds after I shook his hand in the lobby of the Four Points Sheraton in SoHo two Sundays ago. That was more believable than most things he...
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John Wayne Biographer, Former Palm Beach Post Wri...
In his spare time, he turned out 13 books, most notably a series of epic studies of the titans of Hollywood's Golden Age, including directors John Ford and Ernst Lubitsch and studio chief Louis B....
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The burdens of early genius: Nas, Prince, and Wai...
That's a common question for anyone with a monster debut, in pop music or, for that matter, the arts in general. San Francisco psychedelic band Moby Grape never lived up to its acclaimed 1967...
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So really, what did you expect Derek Jeter to do in retirement? Grocery shop? He may soon, if you believe the latest nugget TMZ Sports has uncovered. Jeter supposedly was or is hosting a secret...
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Derek Jeter-Hannah Davis rumors fly; weekend wedd...
Hannah Davis and Derek Jeter (Getty Images) If the occasion isn't a wedding it will have a lot of celebrity-viewing publications looking silly. One of them, TMZ, says Jeter will be the guest of honor...
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New York Yankees
In Defense of Spoilers
I love a good twist (sort of) as much as the next person, but I also understand how waiting for the big reveal distracts me from everything passing before my eyes and ears right now. I don’t think...
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Spoiler alert! The Internet has made spoilers imp...
I was only 11 years old when I first saw “The Empire Strikes Back,” and I had no idea what to expect. So when Darth Vader told Luke Skywalker about his paternity — (SPOILER ALERT: Darth Vader is...
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The Sixth Sense
Bad films are sometimes more fun than they are bad
I remember the first time I heard about “Troll 2.” I was watching a video from the gang at Red Letter Media on a documentary called “Best Worst Movie,” which is about the cult following surrounding...
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Inside a 124-year-old building in Petersburg, three oversized windows open up the living room of an almost-renovated apartment, offering commanding views of historic downtown. When finished, the...
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