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TV This Weekend: 'Cedar Cove,' 'The Unknown Known...
This weekend brings the Season 2 premiere of the popular Hallmark Channel series, "Cedar Cove";
' acclaimed documentary about Donald Rumsfeld, "The Unknown Known," on the History Channel;...
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“Life Itself” displays Ebert’s huge appetites and...
Roger Ebert may have been America’s most famous film critic, but he was, first and foremost, an old school newspaper guy – a populist and popularizer, writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, a muscular...
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My lunch with the Cheneys: Noshing over ex-VPs la...
Dick, Liz and Lynne Cheney had a difficult time getting things going Monday afternoon at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. They, the “three Cheneys,” were downtown for the Politico Playbook...
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Lifetime Achievement · Meanjin · Literacy in Aust...
Luke and I were great friends. We studied documentary filmmaking together and after we graduated we had a fling. When he told me that he was not interested in a relationship, I pretended to be fine...
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EXCLUSIVE: Holocaust denied by students in Rialto...
By Beau Yarbrough email@example.com @LBY3 on Twitter Rialto Unified School District administrators, besieged by criticism after the assignment became public in May, claimed at the time...
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Life Itself director Steve James shows us a "fast...
Roger Ebert spent his life making film criticism accessible — and often, he was more entertaining than the movies he reviewed. Creating a documentary worthy of the late Pulitzer Prize winner sounds...
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Filmmaker captures Roger Ebert's passion for life
He could be generous and petty, competitive and nurturing, absurdly public and ferociously private. And given access to a soap box, you could be sure Roger Ebert would scramble on top of it. Quite...
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... by Alexander Payne (R, 115 minutes) With a premise that could have played it safe -- a dutiful son reluctantly drives his elderly father across the Midwest because the old man is convinced...
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'Particle Fever': Home Movies pick of the week fo...
PICK OF THE WEEK: Take it from someone who has puzzled, often in vain, over popular science books that purport to make things like quantum mechanics or the origins of the universe comprehensible to...
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Third Person opens Friday in Dallas. Third Person (R) The latest film by Paul Haggis (Crash) is a series of interlocking romantic stories set in Rome, Paris, and New York. Starring Liam Neeson, Mila...
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DVD review: Rumsfeld squirms and smiles in Morris...
DVD » When we see the Sunday talk shows interviewing the people who lied us into the Iraq War, compounding their past errors with new bad advice, it’s good to know that
beat them to...
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A mish-mash of DVD releases are good, not great
Two best friends (Derek Lee and Clif Prowse) see their trip of a lifetime take a dark turn when one of them is struck by a mysterious affliction in the better-than-expected found footage thriller...
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'Unknown Known' documentary coming to DVD and Blu...
The documentary The Unknown Known is an extended cat-and-mouse game, but one in which each side thinks it is the cat. Oscar-winning director
, famous for pinning down Robert McNamara in...
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The top-five concert tours, ranked by average- bo...
The top-five concert tours, ranked by average- box-office-gross per city. Includes the average ticket price for shows in North America. The previous week’s ranking is in parentheses. The list is based...
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Arnott's Arts & Ideas Diary: Installment Nine
How nice of the members of les 7 doigts de la main to pursue the impossible for us in the way that they do. They’re practically sheepish about it. They do something frankly amazing—run up a pole, jump...
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Capsule reviews of the next week's video releases, on DVD and Blu-ray, including special features: In writer-director Ritesh Batra's beguiling romance, a virtual relationship blossoms not through a...
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