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2015/07/08 00:20
2015/07/08 00:20
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Bernard Herrmann, centre, at work. The MSO will open its 2016 season with a show dedicated to the composer and his work with director Alfred Hitchcock. Photo: Getty Images Blade, face, blood,...
2015/07/08 00:20
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2015/07/07 23:02
2015/07/07 23:02
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A theater up the street asks its employees to include the title of a favorite movie on their nametags. The choices of these teenagers and twentysomethings can be anything from "Fast and Furious 5" or...
2015/07/06 04:51
2015/07/06 04:51
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Double take: Tim Maguire’s Cate, take 1/Cate, take 2 is arresting but lacks something in the way of atmosphere. The Archibald Prize Art Gallery of NSW, until September 28 Imagine if the Archibald...
2015/07/03 04:50
2015/07/03 04:50
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Orson Welles: Man, myth and ‘Magic’ ‘He wasn’t really difficult,’ says Chuck Workman, director of a compelling new documentary about one of cinema’s giants Anybody who thinks he or she knows about...
2015/07/02 22:18
2015/07/02 22:18
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)–It started with a crazy idea about how to show a movie outdoors, 17 years later Little Italy is proud of what happens there every Friday night during the summer. Ron Matz reports on...
2015/07/02 16:03
2015/07/02 16:03
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... that echo the collapse of Lonesome Rhodes ("A Face in the Crowd") and Charles Foster Kane ("Citizen Kane"). They were fictional. The Donald is all too real. The bad hair covers a mean mind....
2015/07/01 14:28
2015/07/01 14:28
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There's no denying that Hollywood reboots and remakes are at an all-time high. When 2015 is over, the industry will have seen reimaginings of old favourites with titles such as Mad Max: Fury Road,...
2015/07/01 02:10
2015/07/01 02:10
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The result? As the credits rolled, my mate and I sat there in the darkness, tears rolling down our cheeks. If wasn't manly to cry in the cinema, it was now. I thought of that moment the other day...
2015/06/30 19:15
2015/06/30 19:15
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Bernard Herrmann, who gave "Citizen Kane" (1941) its eerie, jolly sonic admixture, "Psycho" (1960) its nervous system and "Taxi Driver" (1976) its lonely, perversely romantic noir ache, was born this...
2015/06/30 09:49
2015/06/30 09:49
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Although he admitted that a reboot of the classic series would be successful, the director of the beloved trilogy ruled out such a prospect in his lifetime. When asked if he'd ever consider allowing...
2015/06/30 01:02
2015/06/30 01:02
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Don’t expect to go back to Back to the Future anytime soon. Despite the current craze for rebooting ’80s and ’90s hits, Robert Zemeckis has unequivocally shot down any talk of a Back to the Future...
2015/06/28 22:19
2015/06/28 22:19
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A theater up the street asks its employees to include the title of a favorite movie on their name tags. The choices of these teens and 20-somethings can be anything from "Fast and Furious 5" or "The...
2015/06/28 19:20
2015/06/28 19:20
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My Canada Day moments, eh! From JFL to Sarsfest, a trip down memory lane to revisit four uniquely entertaining experiences It'll be "Canada Day down Canada way," to quote Stompin' Tom Connors - a...
2015/06/26 12:19
2015/06/26 12:19
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Granted, the title might be a bit of a turn-off, along with the fact that it’s about cancer. But let me assure you that it’s one of the best indies of the year. Yet, like everyone else, Greg yearns...
2015/06/26 07:49
2015/06/26 07:49
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The Valley heat will drive you mad if you let it. Occasionally the summer will present you the opportunity to rub elbows with some of the weirdest people in the world – from Wal-Mart parking lots to...
2015/06/26 05:57
2015/06/26 05:57
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Hawks, Hitchcock, Renoir, Bergman, De Sica, Ford, and on and on—their contributions to film history are far larger than those of Welles. . . . I think the contributions of someone like Hawks or...
2015/06/25 18:20
2015/06/25 18:20
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A theater up the street asks its employees to include the title of a favorite movie on their nametags. The choices of these teenagers and twentysomethings can be anything from "Fast and Furious 5" or...
2015/06/25 12:34
2015/06/25 12:34
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... and Earl and the Dying Girl" presents itself as a more authentic version of "The Fault in Our Stars." There's no romance between the confused guy and the dying girl. Only one of them has cancer....
2015/06/24 11:10
2015/06/24 11:10
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Indeed; grubby, grubby, grubby. Thanks for naming all concerned. As for not ‘dwelling on the past’ - and they say that irony is dead. Does the PM have dual citizenship? If so I want his Australian...
2015/06/20 12:52
2015/06/20 12:52
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Steven Rea, Inquirer Movie Columnist and Critic Posted: Sunday, June 21, 2015, 3:01 AM A Little Chaos A pair of landscapers vie for the honor of designing a fountain at Versailles for Louis XIV. Kate...
2015/07/08 00:20
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