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The idea of a 'dream job' can be a bit silly: Mil...
There’s a fictional singing group in The Simpsons universe called “Hooray for Everything!”: Their unmitigated optimism will always remind me of every assembly I had to sit through in my elementary...
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TV Shows Based on Movies: Often Doomed
CBS's short-lived Bad Teacher, based on the 2011 Cameron Diaz movie (CBS) After years of hearing talk about how TV is now better than film, the movie industry is finally getting its revenge—by taking...
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Miles Teller: Beat the hell
The movie Whiplash is winning acclaim for its nerve-racking portrayal of a music school teacher-pupil relationship. Its young star and director talk to Helen Barlow. It might be hard to imagine a...
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Dear Hollywood, Please Don't Make These TV Shows
Chances are if there was a moderately successful-to-full blown beloved hit movie, a TV show version of it is in the works this season. There's Big, Rush Hour, Uncle Buck, Real Genius, In the Heat of...
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Famke Janssen looks chic in black coat and mini-d...
That's a chic outfit for walking the dog! Famke Janssen looks elegant in black as she strolls with her pooch Licorice in NYC Not too many owners would get as dressed up as Famke Janssen to walk their...
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Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children Despairs at...
The tragedy of Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children is that it was released the year it was made. A snapshot of today's cultural disconnection, in which Facebook, texting, World of Warcraft, and...
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Broward-Palm Beach New Times
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Mocking Kevin O’Leary Since Basically Forever
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist. We...
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TV Blog Buzz: 'Homeland''s shocker scene explaine...
Last week's "Homeland" premiere certainly has people talking. In case you haven't seen it yet, there's a shocking scene involving Carrie and her young baby that reveals the extent of her struggles...
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7 Pairs of Celeb Roommates
and Jeremy Piven: They were childhood friends in Evanston, Illinois, and lived together in Chicago. But when asked later what happened when Cusack became successful, Piven said, "No...
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Top 20 of Canberra's International Film Festival ...
Canberra offering: Love and Marriage in Kabul The 18th birthday is often referred to as the coming of age, a term that will no doubt get thrown about over the coming weeks as the Canberra...
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the Canberra International Film Festival
Mike Argento: The Comcasting of the Secret Service
NEWS ITEM: Comcast executive, Joe Clancy, security director for the cable/communications giant, has been picked to replace Julia Pierson, who resigned as chief of the Secret Service following a series...
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U.S. Secret Service
An Incredibly Intense Movie About the Sadomasochi...
WhiplashA teacher, his student, and the perils of pedagogy. At first sight, Damien Chazelle’s second feature, Whiplash, appears to be a movie about jazz drumming. Beginning with the kinetic opening...
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From the Vault: "Say Anything" an undying relic o...
October 8, 2014 - 9:41am "I want to get hurt!" yells Lloyd Dobler (
) after being told by his best female friend that he doesn't stand a chance asking out valedictorian Diane Court. And...
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David Cronenberg: 'All my films are comedies'
He admitted that they may not follow the "traditional definition of a comedy" but he considers there to be a "humorous aspect" to every project. "And I said, 'I've done nothing but'. Not maybe the...
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Maps to the Stars
It did not mention the "Law & Order: SVU" episode that's sure to be in the early planning stages. Like a dog with a bone, TMZ jumped all over the Collins story yesterday. The website reported: *...
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John Cusack and Cameron Crowe Slam Potential 'Say...
Cameron Crowe and
are not happy that reports came out Monday about a potential "Say Anything" TV show based loosely off their 1989 hit movie. The movie's original director and writer,...
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Edgar Allan Poe Death Anniversary Resurrects Writ...
One hundred and sixty-five years ago today, on Oct. 7, 1849, Edgar Allan Poe died in Baltimore under mysterious circumstances. The author, essayist, editor, poet and literary critic—perhaps best...
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Morrissey reveals series of cancer treatments
... I die, I die’ More Related to this Story And last year had its own host of health issues for Morrissey. In the El Mundo interview, Morrissey says, “Right now I feel good. I am aware that in...
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DANA'S DOZEN: Movies so bad, you have to love 'em
Tell me you don't love the dance scene. We all have our guilty pleasures. After all, you can't sit around and watch "Citizen Kane" ALL the time. Some movies are so unbelievably awful that the stars...
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Cameron Crowe Says Hell No to Say Anything TV Show
Deadline reports that the deal (a script commitment plus penalty) went forward without Crowe's blessing due to a corporate miscommunication. Instead of saying anything they said nothing, and now are...
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