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V.24 No.23 | 6/4/2015

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The Daily Word in Kim Kardashian and an ice cream named Hitler

The Daily Word

Nazi war criminals in the US are receiving retirement bennies.

There’s a brand of ice cream named Hitler.

This bridge in Paris is being set free.

Kim Kardashian has another bun in the oven.

Illuminating your neurons can retrieve lost memories.

During a concert in TJ over the weekend, Enrique Iglesias foolishly underestimated the power of a drone.

An ex-FIFA official cited an article in The Onion as part of his defense strategy.

Paul McCartney is off the reefer.

A man obsessed with Mila Kunis has escaped a mental facility.

Clint Eastwood turns 85 today!

V.23 No.28 | 7/10/2014
“Strolling around Paris with my lover, Olivia Wilde? God, I’m so depressed.”

Film Review

Third Person

Paul Haggis explores the audacity of despair in morose, muddled anthology

The man behind Crash tries his hand at another all-star anthology with the confused, contrived melodrama Third Person.
V.22 No.11 | 3/14/2013
Franco is such a great actor, he’s also playing the monkey.

Film Review

Oz the Great and Powerful

James Franco books a return trip to Oz in Sam Raimi’s fantasy prequel

The massive success of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland three years ago kicked off an at-times wearying string of fairy tale updates (Red Riding Hood, Snow White and the Huntsman, Mirror Mirror, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, Jack the Giant Slayer, ABC’s “Once Upon a Time”). That film’s $330 million domestic box office certainly incentivized Disney to come up with more family fantasy reboots. Oddly enough, instead of dipping into the deep well of already Disneyfied fairy tales, the company has decided to go with a story made famous by crosstown rivals at MGM.

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V.19 No.50 | 12/16/2010
The new Psychological Break With Reality line from L’Oréal.

Film Review

Black Swan

Ballet: Boring or scary? Scary, says Darren Aronofsky’s new head trip.

Thanks most likely to the arresting imagery of its trailers, Darren Aronofsky’s beautifully nightmarish film Black Swan has captured a lot of people’s attentions. Despite its rarified setting and artsy style, the “ballet thriller” (I honestly don’t know what else to call it) seems to have danced its way into the zeitgeist. Internet buzz is high, audiences seem curious and the film even scored its own pop-cultural reference on a recent episode of the NBC sitcom “30 Rock.” So what’s all the fuss about?

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