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Action (genre)

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  • The year in video games: Indie titles hint at gaming possibilities

     
    Pick almost any year since 2005 in cinema, and it can pretty safely be labeled the year of the superhero. ......
  • NFC Hierarchy/Obituary with Week 14 in the books

     
    Obituaries this week: Before the Eagles-Bucs game on Sunday, the Buccaneers celebrated their 10 year Super Bowl anniversary. To get to the Super Bowl, they of course beat the Eagles in the 2002 NFC Championship Game. The Bucs hated the......
  • 'Just Go With It' becomes 12th Adam Sandler movie to gross over $100 million domestically

     
    Adam Sandler's latest comedy "Just Go With It" passed the $100-million mark at the domestic box office this weekend, making it the 12th film featuring the comedian to pass that financial milestone. The movie, which stars Sandler as a man......
  • Movie Review: Hanna

     
    In a remote snowy forest in the far north, a figure in camouflage stalks a reindeer with bow and arrow. An arrow flies, the deer tumbles off across a lake to die an agonizing death. But the hunter, a teenage girl , gives chase. “I just missed your...
  • Critic's Notebook: Obama versus Pawlenty: Let the video war begin

     
    The president is running for president, and on Monday he released a video on his website, BarackObama.com, to get the ball rolling and the people talking. Shot in the soft light and neutral tones of a Pottery Barn catalog, "It......
  • 'Everybody Loves Raymond's' bumpy trip to Russia: Why funny isn't always money

     
    Phil Rosenthal, the creator of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” was delighted when Sony asked him if he wanted to go to Moscow to help oversee a Russian-language production of his long-running sitcom. He wasn’t so delighted when he...
  • 'Spider-Man,' 'Transformers' and 'Pirates' toys battle for boys' attention

    'Spider-Man,' 'Transformers' and 'Pirates' toys battle for boys' attention
    As movie studios battle one another at the box office with their summer blockbusters, toy manufacturers that have hooked their fortunes to these films are facing a similar fight as they vie for the attention of young boys. Yet, with nine movies having...
  • The case for exergaming

    The case for exergaming
    It's a vicious, ugly battle. Punches rain down upon the battered boxer. His head snaps back and around like a dog's toy being shaken. Finally, a final straight right sends him to the canvas. Beaten — by an 8-year-old. "Whew-hew," yells Lorelei...
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sneak back onto the big screen

    Twenty-five years ago, four turtles and a rat were exposed to mysterious radioactive ooze, and a comic-book empire was born. Now, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are poised to return to movie theaters for a third live-action film, according to Variety....
  • 'Star Trek' journey boldly starts anew

    'Star Trek' journey boldly starts anew
    Faran Tahir was just a boy when it happened, but he distinctly remembers that his younger brother was born on a Thursday. "My big fear was that he would be born on Thursday," Tahir, now 46, recalls with a laugh. "That's when Star Trek was on. Naturally,...
  • Jason Statham may 'Blitz' London

    Jason Statham has been wreaking havoc on this side of the pond recently; now he's looking to head back overseas. Statham, who starred in "Crank: High Voltage" and "Death Race," is in talks to head London-based thriller "Blitz," according to Variety. See...