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  • 'Slumdog Millionaire' wins top Oscar prize

    'Slumdog Millionaire' wins top Oscar prize
    In a rags-to-riches story that only Hollywood could write, "Slumdog Millionaire" won best picture -- and seven other Academy Awards on Sunday night at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood. Not bad for a movie that was almost a straight-to-DVD release. The...
  • 2009 Oscar Winners Leaked?

    Earlier this week a blog created for the sole purpose of posting a leaked list of this year's Oscar winners did exactly that. In and of itself, this would be cause for mild interest at best, but the fact that said list has since been pulled raises...
  • Animated feature: 'Wall-E'

    Animated feature: 'Wall-E'
    Andrew Stanton "Wall-E" When it was released in the summer, the film about a lonely robot that yearned for love amid the deserted trash heap of a futuristic Earth initially prompted talk of a best picture nomination. Although its early buzz eventually...
  • Eyes on you

    Eyes on you
    Back in high school, a friend buried his paperback of Stephen King's "Night Shift" out in the yard: The mere presence of the eye-studded hand on the cover was enough to bother his sleep. I've recently had a similarly violent reaction to Miles J. Breuer'...
  • Web Promo Exclusive 11/25/08

    Web Promo Exclusive 11/25/08
    Dean hosts today's promo and is joined by a very special guest...Wall-E! Lots planned for tomorrow's show...including an interview with Jonas Brothers. Check it out...
  • 10 things you might not know about robots

    10 things you might not know about robots
    The movie " Wall-E," a futuristic tale of a trash-compacting robot, has become a money-making machine at the box office. Here are some key components of robotics: 1. The word robot, coined by Czech playwright Karel Capek in his 1921 play "R.U.R. (Rossum'...
  • John Adams is feeling festive

    John Adams is feeling festive
    What does a renowned, Harvard-educated, Pulitzer Prize-winning classical music composer say just after the standing-ovation world premiere of his new symphony at Walt Disney Concert Hall, performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic under the baton of its...
  • Golden Globes: They're Here!

     
    Da boys did good at da Globes... The Golden Globes - Hollywood's silliest awards - seemed to me kind of un-silly in the TV categories, but a coupla exceptions. Check 'em out below... Observations? The obvious ones. "30 Rock"......
  • 'The Hurt Locker' wins six Oscars, including history maker for director Kathryn Bigelow

     
    The 82nd Academy Awards followed the script set down by pundits, as the front-runners for all of the major Oscars won Sunday night. "The Hurt Locker" led with six Oscars, including best picture and best director for Kathryn Bigelow, who became the first...
  • Snoop Dogg wants to know why there are no black superheroes [UPDATED]

     
    Sometimes, someone needs to stand up, raise their voice and say something...completely clueless. Take Snoop Dogg, who poses a tough question for the world in the video below: "[I want to know] why there aren't any black superheroes? What's wrong?......
  • Critical consensus–Hot Tub, Dragon get the thumbs up, Chloe, not so much

     
    Three films open wide this weekend. I was, as you can see in earlier postings, mildly amused by Hot Tub Time Machine and How to Train Your Dragon, just a bit indifferent to Chloe, Atom Egoyan's latest. I'l link to Metacritic's more nuanced and thorough...