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MYSTICAL LISTICLES: 10 Hollywood surf films
Think we forgot any more of Hollywood's attempts at depicting surf culture? Leave them in our comments section below. Back to where it all began, right? Well no, that would be the original Endless...
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Best & worst book-to-movie adaptations
The crime thriller stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike as Nick and Amy Dunne, a married couple whose relationship is about to be scrutinized in a most unsettling fashion … after Amy vanishes on their...
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Manny Pacquiao tweaks Floyd Mayweather Jr., who r...
Just because Floyd Mayweather Jr. won't fight him doesn't mean Manny Pacquiao can't throw jabs at his boxing rival. A day after Mayweather defending himself in an investigation into his reality show,...
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Courtney Love looks fresh-faced and stylish
Courtney Love, 50, looks fresh-faced and stylish as she goes shopping in LA with a pal She is one of the undisputed queens of rock'n'roll, although these days, Courtney Love takes life a little...
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Sons of Anarchy
On the money
Does anybody remember that scene in the 1973 movie Serpico when Al Pacino’s character comes across a box of puppies for sale on the streets of New York? They’re English sheep dogs peddled by a couple...
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'Life Itself' a heartfelt tribute to Roger Ebert
's withering movie reviews to moving views of his withering body, the documentary "Life Itself" poignantly surveys the life and words of Mr. Film himself. Begun five months...
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui: Neither stirred, nor shaken ...
For an actor who has made his mark playing an arrogant Intelligence Bureau officer in "Kahani" and the villain with the heinous laugh in the recent blockbuster "Kick", one would expect Nawazuddin...
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Brit Marling and Jack Huston Pair Up in 'Posthumo...
Exclusive: Brit Marling and Jack Huston Pair Up in 'Posthumous' Poster By Zack Sharf | IndiewireWed Sep 24 15:08:42 EDT 2014 The film will world premiere at the Zurich International Film...
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Star Wars Episode 7 features 'hundreds' of stormt...
Star Wars spin-off to be filmed in UK, reveals George Osborne 11 June The first Star Wars standalone movie is to be filmed in Britain, Chancellor George Osborne has gleefully revealed on...
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'The Program' still imitates college football 21 ...
... Program” turns 21 today. Remember that awesomely-bad college football movie with James Caan, Omar Epps, Halle Berry? The one where Steve Lattimer smashed his head through a bunch of...
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We Are Marshall
the College Football Playoff
5 Roles That Show Why Vince Vaughn Will Be Awesom...
Most are familiar with Vaughn as a comedic actor for his roles in films like “Dodgeball” and "Wedding Crashers," so his casting may have some scratching their heads. If you're not convinced Vaughn is...
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Roger Ebert was right: Free speech, Twitter, and ...
One thing you learn when you research the history of intolerance: There is nothing new under the sun. That applies no less to would-be institutional defenders of civility as it does for the haters...
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Movies at the Library: A fall line-up of classics
The autumn series of Movies at the Library epitomizes the slogan “known and unknown” as it presents two very well-known films, two that should be better known and two that are unlikely audiences will...
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Our Ever-Evolving Language for and Sense of Share...
Benjamin Morgan, professor of aesthetics at the University of Chicago, notes that in 1873, the German philosopher Robert Vischer is the first to use “Einfûhlung” (ein-into; fûhlung-feeling/empathy) in...
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University of Chicago
5 bad movies that are surprisingly good
Everyone has a guilty pleasure when it comes to movies. Maybe it's a soft spot for romantic comedies or nostalgia for old childhood favorites, but for many it's for movies that are just plain bad....
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After An Inconvenient Truth: the evolution of the...
As we have begun to see the effects of climate change more severely, more frequently and closer to home, so too have film-makers been spurred to address the consequences of an irrevocably damaged...
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An Inconvenient Truth
Estate has a private beach – and its own lighthou...
One sign that a blufftop estate for sale in Laguna Beach had a colorful past: The home includes a private lighthouse overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Then there’s the swimming pool, configured not just...
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Mutiny on the Bounty
The Birth of a Nation
Denzel Washington: In between the laughter, there...
A man believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and has dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life. But when he meets a young girl under the control of ultra-violent Russian gangsters,...
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
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Ted Flicker, writer and director who co-created ‘...
Ted Flicker, who co-created the hit TV series “Barney Miller” and directed the cult-favorite political film satire “The President’s Analyst,” died Saturday at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was...
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Lake Placid Film Forum returns to its roots
The Adirondack Film Society's signature event, the Lake Placid Film Forum, came out of a screening of "The Sweet Hereafter," a film nominated for two Oscars, based on the novel of the same name...
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