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By: Kristine Carey
Do you hear the word, “ruthless” during your daily activities in the last few days? That's the word being tossed about as folks discuss Randall's choice on live television Thursday night.As (read entire article)
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By: Debbie Jensen
Are V-Chips (in televisions) designed to block indecent technology the answer to censorship? Do they really work? Why do some television programs get publicized in the first place? What is the FCC thi (read entire article)
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By: Raymond DeChampfleur
As with so many subjective “things” in life, there is a great deal disagreement over who are the best method acting greats in the acting business and in movies. A good place to start in a search (read entire article)
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By: Steve Singleton
Why the Fuss? Since Dan Brown's mystery thriller The Da Vinci Code (Doubleday, 2003) first appeared, people have asked a lot of questions, especially regarding Leonardo da Vinci's world-famous painti (read entire article)
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By: Maria Grace
Does the routine of daily living feel recently more like a torture than a familiar ritual? Do you find yourself going through the motions day in and day out as you go to work, come home, have dinner w (read entire article)
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By: Vladimir Cvetic
In 1998 the creators of 3rd Rock from the Sun introduced That '70s Show. It's a very hilarious sitcom that takes place in, believe it or not, the 70s. Located in a fictional suburb of Green Bay, Wisco (read entire article)
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By: Maria Grace
There is no accomplishment that has not been tested by life. Success is never a pain-free process. If you have a dream and want to see it come through, you must be ready to show faith in it, during th (read entire article)
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By: Mike Dougherty
The Dreaded Video Store ExperienceIt's dark, cold, raining or all three as you get in your car and fight your way through traffic to the near (read entire article)
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By: Fred Ost
So you've got some great scenes on tape and the only thing that could make them better would be some music.The bad news is of course is that (read entire article)
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By: Rickia Sanders
Movies are a tremendous source of entertainment for most people. The reason? It’s probably because even people who have little in common can find a mo (read entire article)
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By: Leila K. Burroughs
Imagine being the first person at the turn of the 20th century to have the brilliant idea to couple those old nickelodeon pictures with music. Think (read entire article)
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By: Ellen M. DuBois
The other night, I watched the movie "The Family Man" starring Nicholas Cage. I enjoyed it very much, although that's not intended to be my point. (read entire article)
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By: Ryan Parsons
Here is a case in point- 2004 was a strange, if not bad, year for movies. Now, I'm not talking about the quality of films, they were probably right o (read entire article)
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By: Kenneth J. McCormick
Hollywood Screw Ups And Free MoviesByKenneth J. McCormickWebmasterHttp://aboutfacts.net(All references to the Public Doma (read entire article)
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By: Brian Kohlmeier
With so much misery going on in the world, it's nice to have a feel-good escape from it all. Television has always been a good diversion, but lately it seems the schedule has been inundated with gross (read entire article)
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By: Carl Bernardi
"The beginning is the most important part of the work" (Plato) Sometimes stories come from ideas; sometimes from conversations ... and sometimes, great stories come from conversations that create ide (read entire article)
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By: Douglas Hanna
While you will soon be able to view movies in high definition on DVD right in your living room, there is a fight shaping up between two competitive formats -- HD DVD and Blu-ray.Toshiba leads the gro (read entire article)
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By: Douglas Hanna
While HD Radio is the hottest technology today, HD DVDs are another new technology that will soon allow you to view high definition movies on DVD right in your living room.What are HD DVDs? It depends (read entire article)
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By: Joe DeClara
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies, and others like them, are what I like to consider true horror movies, or even terror movies. They have the ability to really put a fear into someone. At least the (read entire article)
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By: Arthur Buchanan
What exactly is a movie in your mind? Let us see if we can get on the same page here. When you think of your mom, does a picture come to mind? You bettcha she does, why you ask? It is kind of like thi (read entire article)
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By: John T Jones, Ph.D.
There are three talk shows that I watch on television, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. (I now also watch The Colbert Report. (read entire article)
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By: Sunniej Jackson
PIPER's Pics TV Show - the hottest national TV Talent showcase on the east coast! films in Orlando, Florida and is currently filming the second season. Talent is coming from all over the country and (read entire article)
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By: Tim Frady
A 67-year-old man was sued by the movie industry for his 12 year old grandson's movie downloads. Apparently, the kid downloaded four movies - three of which they already owned. For this, the movie ind (read entire article)
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By: Brian Kohlmeier
The 2005-06 television season is just a few weeks old, but there are some clear winners and losers amongst the new shows, both in quality and ratings. I took a bullet for y'all and sat down to watch j (read entire article)
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