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  • Movie review: 'Jurassic World' is pure entertainment fun

    Steven Spielberg had the advantage of dazzling new computer technology to make his 1993 release, "Jurassic Park," a cinematic joyride. The creation of the dinosaurs onscreen was almost as amazing as the technology suggested in the movie to bring back...
  • 'Jurassic World': el regreso de los dinosaurios

    'Jurassic World': el regreso de los dinosaurios
    A estas alturas, casi todas las personas del mundo deben estar familiarizadas con “Jurassic Park” (1993), la pelĂ­cula de Steven Spielberg que se ubicaba en una isla centroamericana ficticia en la que habitaban dinosaurios clonados, y que se...
  • Movie review: 'Jurassic World' is silly but irresistible

    "These people, they never learn," murmurs a minor character in "Jurassic World," and if I'd had a glass I'd have raised it. The silly but irresistible fourth film in Steven Spielberg's T-rex-sized dinosaur franchise, directed this time around by Colin...
  • 'Jurassic World': 5 best dinosaurs in pop culture

    'Jurassic World': 5 best dinosaurs in pop culture
    Even though we’re separated by 65 million years of evolution, dinosaurs have played a big part of pop culture the past century or so. Here’s five of pop culture’s best (I never saw the 1990s TV comedy series “Dinosaurs,” so I...
  • A slow start to summer movie season

    A slow start to summer movie season
    The big blockbuster summer movie season all of Hollywood was hoping for appears to be faltering amid a lack of breakout hits. There's been a steady stream of double-digit weekly declines in ticket sales since Memorial Day, the unofficial kickoff for...
  • Every season is summer for new Hollywood blockbusters

    Every season is summer for new Hollywood blockbusters
    Forty years ago, Chief Martin Brody, Sam Quint and Matt Hooper took to the waters of Amity Beach in search of the oversized great white shark that had been terrorizing their small beach community in the film "Jaws," celebrating its 40th anniversary this...
  • Inside the 'Jurassic' world

    Welcome to "Jurassic World." It's been 14 years since Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) ventured back to the island in "Jurassic Park III" where scientist used dinosaur DNA to create what was supposed to be the ultimate theme park. At least that was the pitch...
  • 'Jurassic World' eyes huge $100 million-plus opening

    'Jurassic World' eyes huge $100 million-plus opening
    "Jurassic World" is shaping up to be a box office monster. The latest installment in Universal Pictures' "when dinosaurs attack" franchise doesn't hit theaters until June 12, but pre-release tracking suggests it will feast on an opening weekend of...
  • 'Lethal Weapon' actress Mary Ellen Trainor dies at 62

    Character actress and philanthropist Mary Ellen Trainor, who appeared in "The Goonies" and "Lethal Weapon" films, has died. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy confirmed on Monday that Trainor, a longtime friend, passed away at home in Montecito,...
  • 'Bridge of Spies' trailer: Spielberg, Hanks tackle Cold War intrigue

    DreamWorks and Disney have declassified the first trailer for "Bridge of Spies," Steven Spielberg's Cold War thriller starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance and Amy Ryan. Set for release Oct. 16, the fact-based drama tells the story of James Donovan (Hanks),...
  • Top Lehigh Valley events: 'The Goonies,' Hawk Mountain Arts Tour & Sale

    'THE GOONIES' 1 Join Chunk, Mouth and the pirate treasure-seeking crew at a 30th anniversary screening of "The Goonies," this weekend at Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas in Bethlehem. The classic adventure film, adapted by Chris Columbus from a story by...