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2015/01/25 19:03
2015/01/25 19:03
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... Universal Studios Home Video, 90 minutes, Rated R for strong violence, disturbing images and sexuality – Caught up in a drug deal gone bad, Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) finds herself turned into...
2015/01/25 19:03
2015/01/25 19:03
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2015/01/23 17:58
2015/01/23 17:58
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On the second to last episode of The Sopranos, restaurateur Artie Bucco walks up to Tony Soprano's table with a spark in his eye and a grin on his face. “Tone, you know who's here tonight?” he says...
2015/01/23 14:45
2015/01/23 14:45
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Capsule reviews of this week's video releases, on DVD and Blu-ray, including special features: • "The Boxtrolls" (PG, 96 minutes, Universal): Don't be surprised that "The Boxtrolls" got nominated for...
2015/01/23 08:57
2015/01/23 08:57
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... by Luc Besson (R, 89 minutes) If you can get over the absurd metaphysical plot manipulations that string this hyperactive, violent and visceral thriller together, you will likely get a kick...
2015/01/23 03:43
2015/01/23 03:43
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Written by Dennis Lahane (based on his short story “Animal Rescue”) “The Drop” marks the final screen performance of James Gandolfini as bar manager Marv who, for reasons better explained in the...
2015/01/20 12:30
2015/01/20 12:30
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Beastie Boys, Holmes, Johnson memorabiliaBeastie Boys, Holmes, Johnson memorabilia Hip hop legends the Beastie Boys, boxing legend Larry Holmes and Knicks great Larry Johnson have donated some pretty...
2015/01/19 16:41
2015/01/19 16:41
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REALITY: Renovation Nation (TV3, 8pm) Presented by Laura Woods, Renovation Nation is the show that gives a helping hand to charitable organisations and local groups across the country by refitting,...
2015/01/19 05:44
2015/01/19 05:44
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In addition to “Selma,” which is now in theaters, here are five movies about civil rights that are especially appropriate to watch on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, according to Fandango.com: v “Lee...
2015/01/18 02:34
2015/01/18 02:34
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This week, we begin online: The Internet’s Own Boy (3 1/2 stars) Not rated, 105 minutes. Available Tuesday on DVD and Blu-ray and in various digital formats. In this compelling documentary, director...
2015/01/17 11:41
2015/01/17 11:41
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Here's a look at DVDs coming out Tuesday, Jan. 20: "The Boxtrolls" (PG, 96 minutes, Universal): Laika's animators, who used 3-D printing technology to generate roughly a million facial expressions...
2015/01/10 09:23
2015/01/10 09:23
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The Belgian actor who broke through in "Bullhead" and in Jacques Audiard's 2012 feature "Rust and Bone," in which he co-starred with Marion Cotillard, has boarded "The Danish Girl," a transgender...
2015/01/08 18:45
2015/01/08 18:45
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By most accounts, 2014 was an underwhelming year in cinema, with revenues dropping by over five percent and attendance dropping around six percent to the lowest figure in nearly two decades, according...
2015/01/08 16:43
2015/01/08 16:43
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Lewis Black: Give My Regards To Broadway Comedian Lewis Black once dreamed of being a playwright. After receiving his MFA from Yale Drama School, he moved to New York City and staged plays at the...
2015/01/04 14:56
2015/01/04 14:56
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If you've hiked Yosemite and Yellowstone, roamed the streets of New York and wandered through the Smithsonian museums, it's time to enjoy some of the country's quirkier attractions. What about a...
2015/01/03 13:17
2015/01/03 13:17
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ACTOR Jeff Daniels is making a list of the must-see films of his career. “Dumb and Dumber To,” he says, beginning with his latest, blissfully stupid comedy. “Dumb and Dumber one — the toilet scene....
2015/01/03 02:21
2015/01/03 02:21
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Bada Bing busted again: 'Sopranos' strip club robbed for the second time in less than two weeks New Jersey bar Satin Dolls robbed early Friday morning It was hit on December 21 as well, but the...
2015/01/02 03:43
2015/01/02 03:43
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... “Guardians of the Galaxy,” 2. “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” 3. “Lucy,” 4. “Blue Ruin” and 5. “Still Alice” all made movie reviewer Michael Clark’s top 10 films of 2014. (Special Photos) 1. “Calvary”...
2014/12/28 01:34
2014/12/28 01:34
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What follows is a rundown of my 2014 film favorites. Labeling them as “The Best” or “The Top” seems arbitrary, if not crazy. And unless you are my long-lost identical twin (Brad Pitt, is that you?),...
2014/12/26 00:58
2014/12/26 00:58
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Hollywood studios and their arthouse offshoots let us down in late 2014. Their in-the-thick-of-awards-season releases were good but not great (“The Imitation Game”) or sincere but misguided...
2015/01/25 19:03
2015/01/25 19:03
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