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Deadline Hollywood Daily

The movie is better than anyone ever expected. Amazing that the franchise still had life in it, especially when the Hollywood studios were telling Sylvester Stallone not to embarrass himself by bringing the character out of retirement for a 6th bout.

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Alex Jones & Paul Joseph Watson

Mel Gibson's Apocalypto is the most powerful film of all time, is packed with strong positive messages and is the most polished, iconic and awe-inspiring allegorical warning against the unrestrained power and abuse of government that cinema has e

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NY Times

Veteran actor Peter Boyle, 71, best known for playing the crabby father of Ray Romano on the CBS comedy "Everybody Loves Raymond," died Tuesday evening. Boyle passed away in New York after a long battle with multiple myeloma and heart disea

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by Scott Small (BBspot)

The MPAA is lobbying Congress to push through a new bill that would make unauthorized home theaters illegal. The group feels that all theaters should be sanctioned, whether they be commercial settings or at home.

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FOX News

Add Phil Donahue to the list of people who’ve made documentaries about the effects of the Iraq war. The legendary liberal talk-show host showed his film to a private screening group last week. The film, “Body of War,” is unfinished but riveting.

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Amazon

The true story of the White Rose resistance organization in Nazi Germany, which tried to warn the German people about the impending disaster which fell on them due to the Nazi regime.

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AP

Two fraternity boys from a South Carolina university want to make lawsuit against "Borat" over their drunken appearance in the hit movie. Claims they were duped in which they made racist and sexist comments on camera.

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by Paul Davidson - movies.ign.com

In spite of a groundswell of grassroots support amongst its fans, Serenity has failed to revive the science fiction-western Firefly franchise.

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A documentary film focusing on the rebellious and antiwar activist life of the Beatles', John Lennon. Culminating with the U.S. government bringing all its resources to bear on kicking him out of the country before he can upset President Nixon.

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Step Into Liquid

A new movie about the people who engaged in this spectular activity. Check out the trailer, and the photography is fantastic.

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Reuters

A group of filmmakers and investors including producer Dean Devlin and ace pilot David Ellison, son of Oracle Corp. founder Larry Ellison, spent more than $60 million of their own money to make and market a film no major studio would touch.

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Wired

Since the late 1960s, an anonymous group of Motion Picture Association of America employees has controlled the US movie ratings system with almost total secrecy. Not anymore. In his new documentary This Film is Not Yet Rated

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Daily Mirror

A HARD-hitting British TV drama that shows President Bush assassinated by a terrorist sniper sparked outrage last night. The makers of Death Of A President say it is a thought-provoking film designed to promote "legitimate debate" over t

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BY PHYLLIS FURMAN - DAILY NEWS BUSINESS WRITER

"Others also cited a potential backlash from actors who might be concerned the studio could cast them out, too." (The De-Centralization of influence by the large entertainment corps. is well under way,... cool!)

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By Josh Friedman - LA Times

"Talladega Nights" won the weekend derby with a surprisingly strong $47 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday. It marked a career high for Ferrell and the eighth No. 1 opening this year for Sony Pic

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Reason Magazine - Tim Cavanaugh

It welcomed the future with a secular spirit that may be the closest thing America has to a national religion: confidence in what lies ahead.

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