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Chicago Tribune
'Where to Invade Next' review: Michael Moore aims to make America betterMichael Moore's wry first-person documentary "Where to Invade Next," his first
'Where to Invade Next' review: Michael Moore aims to make America better
Chicago Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
Michael Moore's wry first-person documentary "Where to Invade Next," his first since 2009 and "Capitalism: A Love Story," isn't what it sounds like. The title suggests a cry, or a typically ironic Moore screed, against the history and dangers of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Review: With ‘Where to Invade,’ Michael Moore aims to make America betterReview: With 'Where to Invade,' Michael Moore aims to make America better | Tri
Review: With ‘Where to Invade,’ Michael Moore aims to make America better
TribLIVE / Posted 12 hours ago
Review: With 'Where to Invade,' Michael Moore aims to make America better | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Review: With 'Where to Invade,' Michael Moore aims to make America better Filmmaker Michael Moore goes in search of good ideas from other countries... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
''Where to Invade Next' review: Michael Moore aims to make America betterMichael Moore's wry first-person documentary "Where to Invade Next," his first
''Where to Invade Next' review: Michael Moore aims to make America better
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 17 hours ago
Michael Moore's wry first-person documentary "Where to Invade Next," his first since 2009 and "Capitalism: A Love Story," isn't what it sounds like. The title suggests a cry, or a typically ironic Moore screed, against the history and dangers of... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machineA fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an un
'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machine
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 17 hours ago
A fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an unkillable wisenheimer who never shuts up, even while enduring or inflicting enough putrid brutality to earn an X or a NC-17 rating just a few years ago. The masked... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'The Witch' writer-director sets the scene for horrorOpening next week, a year after its rapturous premiere at the Sundance Film Fes
'The Witch' writer-director sets the scene for horror
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
Opening next week, a year after its rapturous premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, writer-director Robert Eggers' debut feature "The Witch" joins a very short list of recent horror films — "The Conjuring," "The Babadook," two or three others —... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Black Panther documentary arrives in wake of Beyonce's Super Bowl performance"For its Chicago chapters alone, culminating in the FBI- and Chicago Police Dep
Black Panther documentary arrives in wake of Beyonce's Super Bowl performance
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
"For its Chicago chapters alone, culminating in the FBI- and Chicago Police Department-planned murder of 21-year-old Illinois Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton, (director Stanley) Nelson's film is well worth seeing," Tribune film critic... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'How to Be Single' review: Rebel Wilson, Dakota Johnson play the dating gameThis Valentine's Day weekend, the gender lines have been drawn in bright red. I
'How to Be Single' review: Rebel Wilson, Dakota Johnson play the dating game
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
This Valentine's Day weekend, the gender lines have been drawn in bright red. If you want the latest R-rated male fantasy of empowerment, lousy with testosterone, "Deadpool" is your diversion. For a 55-gallon drum of estrogen, help yourself to "How... Read more
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Hartford Courant
'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machineA fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an un
'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machine
Hartford Courant / Posted 2 days ago
A fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an unkillable wisenheimer who never shuts up, even while enduring or inflicting enough putrid brutality to earn an X or a NC-17 rating just a few years ago. The masked... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machineA fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an un
'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machine
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
A fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an unkillable wisenheimer who never shuts up, even while enduring or inflicting enough putrid brutality to earn an X or a NC-17 rating just a few years ago. The masked... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Jamestown buys 49% stakes in two Madison Avenue towersJamestown LP, a real estate company whose holdings include Chelsea Market, boug
Jamestown buys 49% stakes in two Madison Avenue towers
Crain's New York Business / Posted 3 days ago
Jamestown LP, a real estate company whose holdings include Chelsea Market, bought 49% stakes in two Madison Avenue office buildings, demonstrating an appetite for the market at a time when deals may be slowing. The properties involved are 200... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' review: Tea and crumpets meet the zombie apocalypseIt's apples and oranges, but the film version of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombi
'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' review: Tea and crumpets meet the zombie apocalypse
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
It's apples and oranges, but the film version of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is, in fact, slightly more diverting than the 2012 release "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." So we're getting there. Fifty years from now, when it's "Richard Nixon... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' review: Tea and crumpets meet the zombie apocalypseIt's apples and oranges, but the film version of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombi
'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' review: Tea and crumpets meet the zombie apocalypse
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
It's apples and oranges, but the film version of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is, in fact, slightly more diverting than the 2012 release "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." So we're getting there. Fifty years from now, when it's "Richard Nixon... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Hail, Caesar!' review: Coen brothers take a satiric stroll through the familiarWith any sort of comedy set in Old Hollywood, the characters' names become weir
'Hail, Caesar!' review: Coen brothers take a satiric stroll through the familiar
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
With any sort of comedy set in Old Hollywood, the characters' names become weirdly important because, well … they just are. In "Hail, Caesar!" there's a smooth British director by the name of Laurence Lorenz, whose trademark billing is "Laurence... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Oscar-nominated live-action shorts review: You'll find more diversity hereWhat happened to that Oscars diversity problem? Poof. Gone. Judging from the fi
Oscar-nominated live-action shorts review: You'll find more diversity here
Chicago Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
What happened to that Oscars diversity problem? Poof. Gone. Judging from the five nominated short films in the live-action category, the motion picture academy's problems of blinkered, whitey-white Oscars selection could be solved if the voters (and... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'Son of Saul' review: An Auschwitz prisoner's haunting storyWith any film, or novel, or theatrical treatment depicting any aspect of the Ho
'Son of Saul' review: An Auschwitz prisoner's haunting story
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
With any film, or novel, or theatrical treatment depicting any aspect of the Holocaust, the dividing lines are inevitable and fierce. One project's methods and narrative focus may strike some audience members as too much — too punishing, too... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'The Finest Hours' review: Casey Affleck, Chris Pine star in suspenseful Coast Guard rescueIt's 2016. We're far enough along on the digital effects timeline to make the c
'The Finest Hours' review: Casey Affleck, Chris Pine star in suspenseful Coast Guard rescue
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
It's 2016. We're far enough along on the digital effects timeline to make the call: The waves are looking good! Digitally animated waves are looking better all the time, in fact, even when filmmakers push allegedly realistically scaled waves to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Oscar-nominated animated shorts review: See the year's gems in one placeIn "World of Tomorrow," the highlight of this year's Academy Award-nominated sh
Oscar-nominated animated shorts review: See the year's gems in one place
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
In "World of Tomorrow," the highlight of this year's Academy Award-nominated short films in the animation category, 17 minutes is more than enough to create a fanciful, contemplative and joyously inventive bit of speculative fiction. Many critics... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Son of Saul' review: An Auschwitz prisoner's haunting storyWith any film, or novel, or theatrical treatment depicting any aspect of the Ho
'Son of Saul' review: An Auschwitz prisoner's haunting story
Chicago Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
With any film, or novel, or theatrical treatment depicting any aspect of the Holocaust, the dividing lines are inevitable and fierce. One project's methods and narrative focus may strike some audience members as too much — too punishing, too... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'The Finest Hours' review: Casey Affleck, Chris Pine star in suspenseful Coast Guard rescueIt's 2016. We're far enough along on the digital effects timeline to make the c
'The Finest Hours' review: Casey Affleck, Chris Pine star in suspenseful Coast Guard rescue
Chicago Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
It's 2016. We're far enough along on the digital effects timeline to make the call: The waves are looking good! Digitally animated waves are looking better all the time, in fact, even when filmmakers push allegedly realistically scaled waves to... Read more
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Crystal Palace FC
Academy Report: Crystal Palace 3-4 BrentfordPalace’s academy side went down to the odd goal in seven during an entertaining
Academy Report: Crystal Palace 3-4 Brentford
Crystal Palace FC / Posted 17 days ago
Palace’s academy side went down to the odd goal in seven during an entertaining encounter that saw them recover from a 3-1 half-time deficit, but ultimately their efforts were in vain. Things looked to be going their way when Ken Gillard’s side took... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'45 Years' review: Rampling, Courtenay play couple rocked by the pastWe see so many cinematic portraits of marriages that engage us without quite ri
'45 Years' review: Rampling, Courtenay play couple rocked by the past
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
We see so many cinematic portraits of marriages that engage us without quite ringing true, whoever we are, whatever marriages of our own we may have experienced. Either the depictions of a long-coupled couple are happy in a tidy, reassuring way, or... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'The 5th Wave' review: Chloe Grace Moretz juggles romance, apocalyptic dystopiaBetween "The Hunger Games," the "Divergent" trilogy and the other dystopian apo
'The 5th Wave' review: Chloe Grace Moretz juggles romance, apocalyptic dystopia
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Between "The Hunger Games," the "Divergent" trilogy and the other dystopian apocalyptic teens-in-luv adventures adapted for the movies these last few years, is there room on what's left of the planet for "The 5th Wave"? Maybe; probably. The movie... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'The 5th Wave' review: Chloe Grace Moretz juggles romance, apocalyptic dystopiaBetween "The Hunger Games," the "Divergent" trilogy and the other dystopian apo
'The 5th Wave' review: Chloe Grace Moretz juggles romance, apocalyptic dystopia
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
Between "The Hunger Games," the "Divergent" trilogy and the other dystopian apocalyptic teens-in-luv adventures adapted for the movies these last few years, is there room on what's left of the planet for "The 5th Wave"? Maybe; probably. The movie... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Censored Voices' review: Soldiers reflect on Six Day War in provocative documentaryIn a reflective, confident style that recalls the recent (and superb) documenta
'Censored Voices' review: Soldiers reflect on Six Day War in provocative documentary
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
In a reflective, confident style that recalls the recent (and superb) documentary "The Gatekeepers," about former heads of Israel's Shin Bet intelligence agency and their sobering views on Israeli-Arab strife, the new film "Censored Voices" does not... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'The Lady in the Van' review: Maggie Smith re-creates her stage triumph as a vagabondIn 1974, by reluctant invitation, a homeless but not vanless woman by the name
'The Lady in the Van' review: Maggie Smith re-creates her stage triumph as a vagabond
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
In 1974, by reluctant invitation, a homeless but not vanless woman by the name of Mary Shepherd parked her banged-up vehicle in the driveway of the Camden Town home belonging to playwright, novelist and humorist Alan Bennett. A former concert pianist... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'45 Years' review: Rampling, Courtenay play couple rocked by the pastWe see so many cinematic portraits of marriages that engage us without quite ri
'45 Years' review: Rampling, Courtenay play couple rocked by the past
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
We see so many cinematic portraits of marriages that engage us without quite ringing true, whoever we are, whatever marriages of our own we may have experienced. Either the depictions of a long-coupled couple are happy in a tidy, reassuring way, or... Read more
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TribLIVE
Review: 5 teens search for a way out of their Turkish village in ‘Mustang’At the beginning of “Mustang,” an incisive calling card from first-time feature
Review: 5 teens search for a way out of their Turkish village in ‘Mustang’
TribLIVE / Posted 21 days ago
At the beginning of “Mustang,” an incisive calling card from first-time feature co-writer and director Deniz Gamze Erguven, school's out for five orphaned teenage sisters living in a northern Turkish village. The youngest, Lale (Gunes Sensoy), is... Read more
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The North West Star
Shot in the head, Melbourne teacher lucky to be aliveA Melbourne schoolteacher is lucky to be alive after being shot in the back of
Shot in the head, Melbourne teacher lucky to be alive
The North West Star / Posted 22 days ago
A Melbourne schoolteacher is lucky to be alive after being shot in the back of the head while on a school trip to Thailand. A Melbourne schoolteacher is lucky to be alive after being shot in the back of the head while on a school trip to... Read more
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Crystal Palace FC
Academy Report: Cardiff City 5-0 Crystal PalacePalace’s impressive six game unbeaten run in the U18 Professional Development L
Academy Report: Cardiff City 5-0 Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace FC / Posted 25 days ago
Palace’s impressive six game unbeaten run in the U18 Professional Development League 2 came to an end in south Wales as a fresher Cardiff City side ran out comfortable winners. After exiting the FA Youth Cup to Aston Villa the week before, the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Review: Michael Bay slips into war-movie cliches with ‘13 Hours’Everything in director Michael Bay's cinematic vocabulary — the glamorizing slo
Review: Michael Bay slips into war-movie cliches with ‘13 Hours’
TribLIVE / Posted 28 days ago
Everything in director Michael Bay's cinematic vocabulary — the glamorizing slo-mo, the falling bomb point-of-view shots, the low-angle framing of his heroes with an American flag in the background — suggests not real life, but a Michael Bay movie.... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi' review: Michael Bay slips into war movie clichesEverything in director Michael Bay's cinematic vocabulary — the glamorizing slo
'13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi' review: Michael Bay slips into war movie cliches
Chicago Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
Everything in director Michael Bay's cinematic vocabulary — the glamorizing slo-mo, the falling bomb point-of-view shots, the low-angle framing of his heroes with blue sky, fireballs or an American flag in the background — suggests not real life, or... Read more
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The Age
Wiz-kid Michael Shanks brings fantasy to life with The Wizards of AusIt's safe to say there hasn't been a geekier show on television this year than
Wiz-kid Michael Shanks brings fantasy to life with The Wizards of Aus
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
It's safe to say there hasn't been a geekier show on television this year than The Wizards of Aus. True, we're barely two weeks in, but it's doubtful that come December many, if any, contenders will have usurped this three-part VFX-driven sitcom... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wiz-kid Michael Shanks brings fantasy to life with The Wizards of AusIt's safe to say there hasn't been a geekier show on television this year than
Wiz-kid Michael Shanks brings fantasy to life with The Wizards of Aus
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
It's safe to say there hasn't been a geekier show on television this year than The Wizards of Aus. True, we're barely two weeks in, but it's doubtful that come December many, if any, contenders will have usurped this three-part VFX-driven sitcom... Read more
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WA Today
Wiz-kid Michael Shanks brings fantasy to life with The Wizards of AusIt's safe to say there hasn't been a geekier show on television this year than
Wiz-kid Michael Shanks brings fantasy to life with The Wizards of Aus
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
It's safe to say there hasn't been a geekier show on television this year than The Wizards of Aus. True, we're barely two weeks in, but it's doubtful that come December many, if any, contenders will have usurped this three-part VFX-driven sitcom... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Bob Saget's NSFW standup, pianists Vijay Iyer and Kate LiuWhether it's a gala event, a once-in-a-lifetime concert or a hidden gem of a pl
Bob Saget's NSFW standup, pianists Vijay Iyer and Kate Liu
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 30 days ago
Whether it's a gala event, a once-in-a-lifetime concert or a hidden gem of a play, we're here to up your cultural (and fun) IQ. Here are top picks for your cultural calendar for the coming week, the coming month and beyond. 1 January may be cold... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Investment group pays $82 million for Larkspur Landing complexA national real estate investment firm has acquired the Larkspur Landing office
Investment group pays $82 million for Larkspur Landing complex
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 1 months ago
A national real estate investment firm has acquired the Larkspur Landing office complex at 700-1100 Larkspur Landing Circle for about $82 million. Jamestown L.P. announced its acquisition of the 200,039-square-foot complex flanked by the Larkspur... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Alexander cops first road raceNational and Team Foundation endurance cyclist Adam Alexander got past the cons
Alexander cops first road race
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
National and Team Foundation endurance cyclist Adam Alexander got past the consistent Phillip Clarke to win the first leg of the 2016 Road Series, yesterday. The race, which took riders from the Mucurapo Foreshore to Couva and return, saw many of... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Indie Focus: Growing into the new year with 'Anomalisa' and 'The Revenant'Hello! I’m Mark Olsen, and welcome to your weekly field guide to a world of Onl
Indie Focus: Growing into the new year with 'Anomalisa' and 'The Revenant'
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
Hello! I’m Mark Olsen, and welcome to your weekly field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. This is our first newsletter of 2016, so let us perhaps be among the last to wish you all a happy new year. Things are moving fast at this point in the... Read more
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Crystal Palace FC
FA Youth Cup: Crystal Palace 1-5 Aston VillaAston Villa produced a clinical performance to progress through to the fifth ro
FA Youth Cup: Crystal Palace 1-5 Aston Villa
Crystal Palace FC / Posted 1 months ago
Aston Villa produced a clinical performance to progress through to the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup at Selhurst Park. Villa started the game on the front foot and had their first shot on target came within the first five minutes when centre... Read more
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FOX News
5 old-time diseases that are making a comebackMeasles, tuberculosis… bubonic plague?! If headlines about old-time diseases on
5 old-time diseases that are making a comeback
FOX News / Posted 1 months ago
Measles, tuberculosis… bubonic plague?! If headlines about old-time diseases on the comeback have you worried, you’re not alone. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe (and sane) amid recent outbreaks. Think this notorious killer died with the... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Investment group pays $82 million for Larkspur Landing complexA national real estate investment firm has acquired the Larkspur Landing office
Investment group pays $82 million for Larkspur Landing complex
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 1 months ago
A national real estate investment firm has acquired the Larkspur Landing office complex at 700-1100 Larkspur Landing Circle for about $82 million. Jamestown L.P. announced its acquisition of the 200,039-square-foot complex flanked by the Larkspur... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
Man arrested in Ormond Beach stabbingCHARGES OF ATTEMPTED MURDERER AND BURGLARY. THIS COMPOSITE SKETCH WAS A CRUCIAL
Man arrested in Ormond Beach stabbing
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted 1 months ago
CHARGES OF ATTEMPTED MURDERER AND BURGLARY. THIS COMPOSITE SKETCH WAS A CRUCIAL ROLE IN THE CASE. CLAIRE: THE PLACE HAS BEEN CLEARED OUT AND THE COUPLE MOVED YESTERDAY. WHO CAN BLAME THEM, BASED ON A NIGHTMARE, BUT THE COUPLE SURVIVED. POLICE SAY... Read more
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TribLIVE
Review: Blanchett, Mara excel in Todd Haynes’ exquisite adaptation of ‘Carol’Director Todd Haynes' “Carol” has built a fortress of prestige, much as the tit
Review: Blanchett, Mara excel in Todd Haynes’ exquisite adaptation of ‘Carol’
TribLIVE / Posted 1 months ago
Director Todd Haynes' “Carol” has built a fortress of prestige, much as the title character played by Cate Blanchett goes through her life protected by just the right clothes and makeup, a tightly put-together look ever-so-slightly subverting the... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Ormond Beach stabbing suspect ID’d by father, police sayA composite sketch was vital in tracking down and arresting 19-year-old Michael
Ormond Beach stabbing suspect ID’d by father, police say
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 1 months ago
A composite sketch was vital in tracking down and arresting 19-year-old Michael Phillips, who is accused of stabbing a married couple in their Ormond Beach home Dec. 27, police said. Investigators got tips after releasing the sketch and one was from... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
Man charged in stabbing of Ormond Beach couplePolice say a 19-year-old man has been charged in connection with the stabbing o
Man charged in stabbing of Ormond Beach couple
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted 1 months ago
Police say a 19-year-old man has been charged in connection with the stabbing of an Ormond Beach couple in their home. Ormond Beach Police Capt. James Crimins says Michael Phillips was arrested Wednesday. Online jail records show Phillips is charged... Read more
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NBC Miami
Man, 19, Charged in Stabbing of C. Fla. CoupleAccording to media outlets, Ormond Beach Police Capt. James Crimins says Michae
Man, 19, Charged in Stabbing of C. Fla. Couple
NBC Miami / Posted 1 months ago
According to media outlets, Ormond Beach Police Capt. James Crimins says Michael Phillips was arrested Wednesday. Online jail records show Phillips is charged with two counts of attempted first degree murder. Police say the incident happened Dec.... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Man charged in stabbing of Ormond Beach coupleORMOND BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Police say a 19-year-old man has been charged in conn
Man charged in stabbing of Ormond Beach couple
Naples Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
ORMOND BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Police say a 19-year-old man has been charged in connection with the stabbing of an Ormond Beach couple in their home. According to media outlets, Ormond Beach Police Capt. James Crimins says Michael Phillips was arrested... Read more
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