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  • MOVIES

    MOVIES
    "Big": Otherwise known as the movie in which Tom Hanks and Robert Loggia tap-dance “Heart and Soul” and “Chopsticks” on a giant electronic keyboard, the 1988 fantasy is marking its 25th anniversary with a handful of screenings at South Florida theaters. The Penny Marshall-directed film concerns a boy who becomes an adult overnight thanks to a wish-granting fortuneteller machine (Zoltar’s oscillating jaw and red eyes are the stuff of nightmares). Showtimes are 2 p.m. Sunday and 2 and 7 p.m. Wednesday at Cinemark Paradise 24 (15601 Sheridan St., Davie), Cinemark Palace 20 (3200 Airport Road, Boca Raton) and Cinemark Boynton Beach 14 (1151 N. Congress Ave.). $6.75-$13.25. Cinemark.com/Cinemark-Classic-Series. - Phillip Valys
  • ‘Independence Day’ filmmakers share favorite memories [video]

     
    “Independence Day's” co-writers — director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin – are ready to make at least one sequel […]

    'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie'

    'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie'
    The stars of television's "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job" get a bigger budget - and more of the same complications - with this comedy. They quickly manage to make waste of the funds they were given to film a movie, then see a way to make it back...

    'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie' review: Recommended for very few

    'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie' review: Recommended for very few
    **1/2 (out of four) When “Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie” isn’t funny, it’s really not funny. Like, Eric-sitting-in-a-tub-while-boys-fill-it-with-poop not funny. When it’s funny, it’s terrifically deranged&...

    PASSINGS: R.G. Armstrong, Norman Alden, Ted Hinshaw, Neil Reed

    R.G. Armstrong Actor a favorite of Peckinpah R.G. Armstrong, 95, a veteran character actor who started his career in the 1950s on Broadway, segued to television, then solidified his standing as a favorite of filmmakers Sam Peckinpah and Warren Beatty,...