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3 hrs ago | TwinCities
Eleanor Parker, an actress of patrician beauty nicknamed "the woman of a thousand faces" for the range of parts she played, from a terrified prisoner in "Caged" to the icy baroness in "The Sound of Music," died Monday at a medical facility near her home in Palm Springs, Calif.
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14 hrs ago | WVII
The romantic comedy genre is full of similar story lines and cliche dialog, so it's refreshing when a movie comes along that looks like it takes the conventions of a romcom, and truly has fun turning them into some special.
MANY of you reading this will have crossed the road last Mardi Gras. I am writing this as one who did not make it.
Whistler may have had sub-zero temperatures this week, but the stars didn't mind, and still strutted their stuff for the cameras at the Whistler Film Festival.
Nothing says Happy Holidays better for me than the availability of a new set of pre-Code Hollywood shockers.
The Fray grew to be one of the most successful piano-pop acts of the post- Coldplay era thanks to the undeniable catchiness and emotional resonance of songs like "Over My Head " and "How to Save a Life."
Barbara Stanwyck is hard not to love. The varied actress, who is the centerpiece of a Film Forum series starting tomorrow, began in theater in the twenties, wooed crowds in 1935's Annie Oakley, and ensnared them with 1941's The Lady Eve and 1944's Double Indemnity .
If you missed yesterdays TCM honorary 24 hour mob film marathon don't fear, this fan has four movies to watch after you watch the premiere of TNT's "Mob City," which starts at 9 pm tonight.
A conclusive study by the Library of Congress reports that only 1,575 of the nearly 11,000 films produced during the silent era still exist in their complete form.
Witches have been a presence on the small screen since the 1960s, but their popularity is currently at a zenith.
Austrian-born Otto Ludwig Preminger , a/k/a "Otto the Ogre," was one of the most powerful filmmakers in Hollywood throughout the '40s and '50s, known for pushing the envelope on subject matter, memorably striking a blow against censorship when the ban on his film "The Moon Is Blue" was declared unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Welcome to Holiday Favorites, a series in which Slackerwood contributors and our friends talk about the movies we watch during the holiday season, holiday-related or otherwise.
Wizard World New Orleans 2014 will include such celebrity guests as 'Nightmare on Elm Street' actor Robert Englund, left, 'Cheers' actor John Ratzenberger, center, and 'Happy Days' star Henry Winkler, organizers have announced.