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  • Is 'Archer' the smartest (and filthiest) cartoon in prime time?

     
    There are times when the sexy talk on FX’s “Archer,” a swinging ’60s-esque animated parody of the spy movie genre, shocks even its seasoned cast members. At a time when TV networks are pushing boundaries like never before, cable...
  • Around Town: Anime and the real Mae

     
    The American Cinematheque gets highly anime-ted with its "Castles in the Sky: Miyazaki, Takahata and the Masters of Studio Ghibli" retrospective, which begins Thursday at the Aero in Santa Monica with a new 35-millimeter print of Hayao Miyazaki’s...
  • Daniel Radcliffe: Five things you didn't want to know

     
    Daniel Radcliffe has a new movie coming out and it isn't about Harry Potter, the boy wizard. "The Woman in Black" star Daniel Radcliffe has revealed some more grown-up aspects of himself that may shock those who fell in love with the cute little 11-year-...
  • Tour of Mountain Valley Conference, Part I: "You can't get there from here."

     
    Spent Monday on the move, touring the schools in the Mountain Valley Conference. With Allen and Dieruff playing football in the MVC this fall, a few people may be more interested in what's going on in the MVC than in the past. There has always been a...
  • Jill Clayburgh: 1944-2010

     
    Her defining role was in 1978's “An Unmarried Woman,” and her greatest decade was the 1970s, when she embodied a sweeter, softer side of film feminism than the edgy Jane Fonda. She made the screen journey from “put upon” victim...
  • Florida State 16, Clemson 13: Reviewing the Seminoles’ dramatic victory

     
    Florida State 16, Clemson 13: Reviewing the Seminoles' dramatic victory....
  • Updated: Lee Corso honored at college football awards show, and Corso is not retiring

     
    Is Lee Corso stepping away from college football? Short answer: No. But it certainly felt that way Thursday night when Corso, an Orlando resident and a fixture on ESPN's popular College GameDay pregame show, delivered an emotional acceptance speech (and...
  • Blake Edwards, a filmmaker who loved art

     
    Blake Edwards, who died Wednesday at age 88, was a gifted comedic director who helmed such popular hits as "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "10" and the "Pink Panther" films. Infirmity and illness prevented him from making movies in the final years......
  • Blake Edwards Loves (and Hates) Peter Sellers -- Updated

     
    Blake Edwards: Love, hate, Peter Sellers and the Pink Panther....
  • Oscar's real Cinderella storyteller: David Seidler, screenwriter of 'The King's Speech'

     
    If anyone is living out a stranger-than-fiction Cinderella story this Oscar season, it's David Seidler, the colorful 73-year-old screenwriter of “The King's Speech.” For several months, the film has been viewed as a best picture front-runner, making...
  • Burt Reynolds explains what football is: VIDEO

     
    Burt Reynolds explains what football is: VIDEO So, it only makes sense that the makers of this video would use the legendary actor in this video explaining what is football....