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CBS Sued for Fraud

Happy Days ended it original run in 1984 after ten years, now former cast members are suing CBS for fraud. Tom Bosley’s estate and four other cast members claim that merchandising fees were not paid as they should have been. Henry Winkler and Ron Howard are the only two that do …

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Ice Road Truckers June 20 2010 Recap

The season is just getting started on Ice Road Truckers season 4. The truckers of the ice road all have two loads behind them except for veteran driver Hugh Rowland. He started a week behind everyone else but if past repeats itself, Rowland should have no problems catching up.  There …

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County Fair Experiences

For a girl raised in a small town the county fair was always the thing to do in the summer. I remember being part of the 4-H experience and learning to make baking powder biscuits, or creating ceramic pieces, or building a bird house. The county fair was the culmination …

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Review of Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd, the film version of Stephen Sonheim’s acclaimed musical, is the first film I have ever seen and thought ‘Alan Rickman was horribly miscast here.’ In order to understand the deeply critical nature of this comment, you have to understand my obsession with Alan Rickman. I love the man. …

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Movie Reviews Cosmopolis 2012

Cosmopolis is the perfect example of what happens when a filmmaker goes too far into the alternative side of filmmaking. Director, David Cronenberg isn’t known for making popcorn-set films and over the years his style of filmmaking has delivered some gems such as A History Of Violence and Crash but …

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Top Ten Coming of Age Movies from the Eighties

The Essential Eighties Movie Guide Today we’re going to talk about movies. I don’t mean just any movies, I’m talking about Hollywood’s mini-golden age. That’s right, the ‘eighties, the age of Ringwald and Sheedy, Estevez and Sheen. You are all laughing now, but that’s fine, you’re just unenlightened. Once you …

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Pain Gain Movie Review

The name Michael Bay is pretty much synonymous with big budgets, even bigger explosions, and adrenaline-fueled action sequences. Whether moviegoers love him or hate him, there is no denying that Bay has carved a certain niche for himself in Hollywood. Movies such as “Armageddon” (1998) and “Transformers” (2007) are always …

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