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Jan 18,2008
Thrust! "If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans," by Ann Coulter.   CAST YOUR BALLOT - Recently, nonfiction best-seller lists have been choked with books on politics and politicians. CNS Photo Illustration. Parry! "Why We're Liberals: A Political Handbook for Post-Bush America," by Eric Alterman. Divert! "I Am America (And So Can You!)," by Stephen Colbert. While it remains true that most political biographies and autobiographies are fast-tracked to the Remainder bins - Barack Obama's and ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
If you want to pinpoint exactly where the music industry is going in this increasingly digital age, good luck. You might fare better if you tried to figure out when aliens will abduct Britney Spears (assuming they haven't already) and whether this will help or hurt her career and the fortunes of her record company.   SEAN KINGSTON - Vocalist Sean Kingston,17, credits his MySpace page for helping him secure his deal with Sony Records, which ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
Art is an endless quest for the sublime. In 2007, what it mostly achieved was sublimation. With the war in Iraq grinding through a fifth year, the illegal-immigration debate raging and the presidential election season already in full swing (and the candidates coming out swinging) there has been no shortage of inspiration for creative works dealing with politics.   THE STATE OF SOCIETY - In the documentary ‘No End in Sight,’ L. Paul Bremer (left) arrives ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
Game: "Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock" Publisher: Activision System: Microsoft Xbox 360 (PS2, PS3, Wii) Cost: $60 ($90 with guitar) ESRB rating: T Review rating: 3 stars   CRANK IT UP - 'Guitar Hero 3: Legends of Rock' has new songs, a co-op career mode, a new battle mode and online game play. CNS Photo courtesy of Activision.    QUEST BEGINS - 'Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire' is the story of a young man who travels dangerous ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
Director David Fincher was deadly serious about re-creating the newsroom of the San Francisco Chronicle, circa late '60s, for last year's serial-killer drama "Zodiac."   PRESS CLUB - Hollywood has always been fascinated with newspapers and with those who chase the truth. Here is a scene from 'All The President's Men.' CNS Photo. From the dull overhead lighting, sterile partitions and marble floors down to the precise pencils and notebooks reporters used at the time, the Chronicle ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
On Jan. 11, "Grace Is Gone," a movie about the death of a soldier killed in Iraq who leaves behind a tormented husband and two school-age daughters, will open, the latest in a thicket of politically charged films set in the current era of the war on terror and U.S military involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq.   STRONG STORY IS KEY - In ‘In the Valley of Elah,’ Tommy Lee Jones portrays a retired officer (with ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
British actress Helena Bonham Carter has collaborated with director Tim Burton seven times. Five of their creations are films, and two are human beings.   HELENA BONHAM CARTER - In 'Sweeney Todd,' a musical bloodbath set in 19th century London, British actress Helena Bonham Carter co-stars with Johnny Depp. CNS Photo courtesy of Peter Mountain. The couple, who have been together since they met on the set of 2001's "Planet of the Apes," have been very productive ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
BEVERLY HILLS - There's a disquieting silence to the bleakest scenes of "I Am Legend," and one reason is that Will Smith just won't shut up. It so happens the actor is talking to himself, although the chattering is made manifest not by moving lips but by a suffering soul.   NO FEAR - Will Smith has only his dog for company as he strolls the deserted streets of New York in the sci-fi thriller 'I ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
Johnny Galecki dropped out of the eighth grade during the middle of the semester at his Chicago junior high school. He had wanted to be an actor from the age of 4, made his acting debut in a local community theater production at 11, and refused to let a little thing like a formal education get in his way.   JOHNNY GALECKI - Johnny Galecki plays a brilliant young physicist in the TV comedy 'The Big ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
Paul McCartney, world-class slacker? "I have a knack of looking busy, without doing anything at all," chortled the former Beatle as he steered his car through a driving rain near his rural home in Sussex, England. "It's all a matter of perception."   PAUL MCCARTNEY - 'I like what I do,' says superstar Paul McCartney, who seems busier than ever. CNS Photo. Denials to the contrary, this legendary musician and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
After 40 supporting roles in a career spanning 18 years, John C. Reilly finally gets to star in his own comedy, "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story." A stinging spoof of 2005's "Walk the Line," the new film casts Reilly as a country singer with a life story like Johnny Cash's. The R-rated "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" comedically chronicles his rise and fall, and Reilly gave it everything he's got.   JOHN C. REILLY ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
Modern used to mean contemporary. Still does, if we want to adhere to what dictionaries say. But somewhere along the arts timeline of the late 20th century, the term lost out to "post-modern" and "contemporary," never to recover its former use - at least not yet.   CLASSIC COOL - Julius Shulman's photographs, like 'Case Study House No. 22 (Pierre Koenig, Los Angeles, 1959-60),' capture something essential about the aura of mid-century modern architecture, and chairs ... [full story]
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Dec 28,2007
Shaun Toub and companion Lorena are easily the sharpest looking couple in a glassy corner bar of a hip San Diego hotel. In fact, they're the only couple, but one guesses that even a jammed room wouldn't change the obvious fact.   'KITE RUNNER' - Actor Shaun Toub views his character, Rahim in the movie 'Kite Runner,' as 'the heart and soul of the film.' CNS Photo by Howard Lipin. For Toub, mid-40s, all the glass reflects ... [full story]
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