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'Sopranos' ending? Let it be
Thank you, David Chase, for not changing the ending. Earlier Wednesday, Vox ran a long profile of Chase that quoted him as saying that Tony Soprano, whose fate was left hanging in the show's famous,...
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Telluride Film Festival to screen 'Birdman,' 'Ros...
When Hollywood wants to shout about a movie, it travels to Cannes or Toronto. When it wants to launch a few well placed whispers, it journeys to an isolated box canyon in southwestern Colorado. For...
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Los Angeles Times
Ben Fountain was an associate in the real-estate practice at the Dallas offices of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, just a few years out of law school, when he decided he wanted to write fiction....
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Chuck's Classic Movie Picks 8/25 - 8/31
Classic Pick of the Week - The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) Orson Welles was more than up to the task of following up
(1941) as he planned to make a sweeping, familial saga set at the...
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Elite: the game that changed the world
The duo responsible for the game were both in their early twenties at the time. David Braben and Ian Bell had met at Jesus College, Cambridge, and created the game in their spare time using a BBC...
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Cinecon hopes you haven't heard of these films
The Cinecon Classic Film Festival, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, is for the hard-core vintage-movie enthusiast who is willing to take a chance on films that haven't been seen in...
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Frank Miller Hates Batman Movies
For better or worse, Frank Miller helped define superheroes in the ’80s with his grim and often violent stories featuring Marvel’s Daredevil and DC’s Batman. His work on those books had an influence...
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'The Simpsons' marathon on FXX: What episodes are...
... after the Willamette Valley Springfield. Then Groening did a backtrack, making a "
"-inspired joke that Springfield was the name of his sled. And as to whether the...
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Battle Creek Enquirer
The Simpsons Movie
Twitter user post Amazon film reviews that are so...
Looks like a news reel, and it’s in black and white, AND that’s not George Clooney (Picture: IMOS)
, regularly voted the greatest film of all time, is dismissed after a couple of minutes...
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How to be an L.A. local: 8 tips for faking it
... the Los Angeles Lakers. Their snippy, contentious 1995-2004 run with the Lakers amounts to the "
" of real-life sports psychodramas. You can be pro-Shaq: Kobe didn't want Shaq to win...
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Otto trounces Entenza in auditor race
... reminded me of what 'Boss Jim Gettys' famously said to Charles Foster Kane (in the movie "
"), about Kane's candidacy, "... If it was anybody else, I'd say what's going to...
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Charles Foster Kane
A Frank discussion
Growing up loving the music of Frank Sinatra, Brantford's Frank DiFelice never dreamed he'd one day be sitting across from the crooner's son in a swanky hotel in Los Angeles. But that's just where...
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A Midsummer's Night Free
Sometimes it's like we here at the City Paper have seasonal amnesia. Just today, we thought Halloween must be just around the corner since we've been sweltering for months now. But alas, it's actually...
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Ferris Bueller's Day Off
7 Memorable Moments in the Dubious History of Pro...
Remember when you had to wait until the commercial break to be bombarded with brand marketing? Probably not, since product placement has been a Hollywood addiction since the 1980s. Ever since Steven...
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50 years, 50 films Vol II: Vertigo (1958)
... years, 50 films Vol II: Vertigo (1958) No surprises here. Hitch’s thriller of obsession has, after all, recently been named the best film of all time Sat, Aug 9, 2014, 19:46 Well, this shouldn’t...
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Nick Ryan: Giving life to another doesn’t mean ca...
THERE’S a couple of ways to deal with what you believe is a truly dumb idea. You can ignore it, hope it’s too stupid to sustain itself and will eventually forget to breathe and just die. Or you...
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'Into the Storm' review: Tornado movie sadly lack...
There are so many reasons to ridicule "Into the Storm," a tornado movie that seems designed to make "Twister" look like "
." But one glaring absurdity stands out among all the others: not...
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The Salt Lake Tribune
Into the Storm
Amazon’s Jeff Bezos: A 21st Century Citizen Kane ...
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- With print journalism struggling to remain relevant and profitable in the digital age, the Washington Post stands as one of the industry’s great hopes. One year ago this...
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'CMA Music Festival'; 'Deadliest Catch' finale; G...
History": A Hollywood-themed edition finds inebriated recountings of such moments as Orson Well's "
" drawing the wrath of William Randolph Hearst, and Nancy Reagan suggesting her husband...
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Drunk History Revisits Citizen Kane with Jack Bla...
Tonight on Drunk History, show creator Derek Waters will be looking incredibly debonair as screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz—alongside Jack Black as Orson Welles and John Lithgow as the (Alleged?...
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