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Movie Reviews Ghost Town

19th September 2008

Ricky Gervais, who gained fame in the U.K. as the star of the original The Office, makes his starring film debut in Ghost Town . While U.S. TV executives concluded that it would be better...

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Movie Reviews The Longshots

22nd August 2008

A lot of critics are doing their damnedest to take down The Longshots . Writes Tasha Robinson in the Chicago Tribune " Longshots is one underdog that's hard to love and harder still to champion."...

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Movie Reviews: Baby Mama

25th April 2008

Former Saturday Night Live players Tina Fey and Amy Poehler go to the movies with Baby Mama in which Fey's character hires Poehler's as a surrogate mother while she tends to her career. Manohla Dargis in...

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Movie Reviews: Stop-loss

28th March 2008

Critics are suggesting that Stop-Loss, from Boys Don't Cry director Kimberly Peirce, is unlike any antiwar film ever produced, certainly unlike any about the Iraq or Afghan wars. A.O. Scott in the New York Times...

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Ian Wright And Kirsty Gallacher Lined Up For Gladiators

12th March 2008

Ian Wright and Kirsty Gallacher have been named as the new presenters for the return of Gladiators.The competitive series disappeared from UK screens in 2000, after an eight-year run of amateur athletes battling against muscle-bound...

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Movie Reviews: Juno

5th December 2007

Juno, which arrives in theaters in New York and Los Angeles today (Wednesday) following much positive buzz stirred up at film festivals, has charmed critics in those cities. A.O. Scott in the New York Times...

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Movie Reviews: Lust, Cautioin

1st October 2007

Ang Lee's Lust, Caution, which recently won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival despite mixed reviews from critics there, didn't do much better with critics in New York, where it opened this past...

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Movie Reviews: No Reservations

27th July 2007

No Reservations, starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart, is the third movie of the summer set primarily in the kitchen of a restaurant -- the first two being Waitress and Ratatouille. But compared to those...

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Movie Reviews: Bugs

25th May 2007

Chicago Sun-Times critic Roger Ebert is back in the saddle to review Bug, the only other film to brave the juggernaut of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End by premiering this weekend. Ebert heaps...

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Movie Reviews: Code Name: The Cleaner

5th January 2007

Code Name: The Cleaner, starring Cedric the Entertainer, is being swept up and trashed by most critics. John Anderson in Newsday calls it, "the Motel 6 of comedies, the Taco Bell of refined taste and,...

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Keith Is Double Country Winner

6th November 2006

Country star TOBY KEITH was the big winner at Saturday night's (04NOV06) Broadcast Music Inc (BMI) Music Awards, after taking home two top accolades. His hit, AS GOOD AS I ONCE WAS, was named Country...

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Movie Reviews: Everyone's Hero

15th September 2006

The animated Everyone's Hero was directed in part by Christopher Reeve, who died while it was in production. His wife Dana, who took over as executive producer of the film, died last year. It's probably...

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The Passion Of The Mel

31st July 2006

The career of Mel Gibson, one of Hollywood's most bankable actors, may have been damaged irreparably over the weekend when Gibson let loose a barrage of anti-Semitic statements following his DUI arrest by Los Angeles...

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Pirates' Treasure Grows

24th July 2006

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest outran every film in history to the $300-million mark over the weekend as it piled up an additional $35 million to bring its total to $321.7 million according...

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Laurel Classic Pictures Go Under The Hammer

1st July 2004

Rare photographs of film legend STAN LAUREL are going under the hammer at a British auction and are expected to fetch $9,000 (GBP5,000). The comic's nephew HUNTLEY WOODS, 82, is selling his collection...

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Country Star Anderson Released From Hospital

4th September 2003

LATEST: Country star JOHN ANDERSON has been released from hospital, after suffering a heart attack on Saturday (30AUG03). SWINGIN' singer Anderson, 48, was scheduled to perform at West Virginia's CHARLESTON STERNWHEEL REGATTA on Saturday...

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Country Star Recovers After Heart Surgery

2nd September 2003

Country star JOHN ANDERSON is recovering after suffering a heart attack on Saturday (30AUG03). The 48-year-old was forced to cancel a performance in Charleston, West Virginia, on Saturday night after collapsing earlier in the...

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