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  • Gators will shock Alabama; FSU will rout Clemson even without Jameis Winston

     Gators will shock Alabama; FSU will rout Clemson even without Jameis Winston
    The Will Muschamp Survival Tour begins today with a stretch of five games – Alabama, Tennessee, LSU, Missouri and Georgia – that will determine whether the University of Florida football coach will return next season.
  • Octavia Spencer can weather 'Black and White' clouds, shine elsewhere

     Octavia Spencer can weather 'Black and White' clouds, shine elsewhere
    It's a warm day, not yet 24 hours after "Black and White's" afternoon premiere at the city's annual film festival, and one of its stars, Octavia Spencer, emerges from the doorway — a study in black and white, warm and cool. Black stilettos,...

    American Dream is elusive, in 'Gatsby' and Lehigh Valley

    American Dream is elusive, in 'Gatsby' and Lehigh Valley
    I finally saw the newish "Great Gatsby" movie on TV the other night. I wasn't blown away, but Leonardo DiCaprio was a fine Jay Gatsby, and they captured that Roaring '20s party energy very well. Tobey Maguire, who played narrator Nick Carraway, read the...

    'Fear and Loathing,' 'Buffalo' a double dose of Hunter Thompson

    'Fear and Loathing,' 'Buffalo' a double dose of Hunter Thompson
    Movies about gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson tend to be much like their subject — rough around the edges and more than a little out of control. But if you're in a renegade mood, the Egyptian Theatre has a Friday night Thompson-inspired double...

    25 years of summer movie hits

    25 years of summer movie hits
    No other film released 25 years ago, and few made since, captured the crosscurrents of a single neighborhood on a sweltering summer day in late 20th-century America the way Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" did. Lee's brash masterwork still plays like...