There is one thing that "Parks and Recreation's" Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) and Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) love as much as each other, and that is planning a major Pawnee event. Last week's episode of the NBC comedy ended with Ben's surprise proposition to Leslie: What if they got married at the park benefit that the Parks and Rec staff had put together? It was certainly one of...
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From the writers of "The Hangover" (Scott More and Jon Lucas) comes "21 & Over."This movie follows college boys Jeff Chang (Justin Chon) and Casey (Skylar Astin), as well as college dropout Miller (Miles Tiller), as Casey and Miller decide to tak...
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The following movie review comes to me from Ben Stein who many of you know for his comedic movie and television roles, but who I mostly think of as one of the most skilled financial journalists and commentators ever. Many years ago my former boss and mentor, the late great Jim Michaels, tried to woo Ben into writing a column for Forbes but he opted to stay with...
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The most magical day of the year. Better than Christmas, your birthday, and the Fourth of July combined: Free Cone Day! From noon until 8 p.m. today, Ben & Jerry's will hand out more than 1 million scoops of ice cream as a way to say thank you to its customers. Go for Liz Lemon Greek frozen yogurt with blueberry-lavender swirl, or the new (seemingly Christina...
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An exclusive new clip from the upcoming movie, Iron Man 3, debuted, appropriately enough, at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night. And from the looks of things, somebody's got his...
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After last year's Oscars Jimmy Kimmel debuted Movie The Movie scoring a big hit with the spoof clip that packed in movie stars like Mars Attacks did Of course favorites typically get sequels and Kimmel has unveiled Movie The Movie 2V featuring Bradley Cooper Jessica Chastain Samuel L Jackson Bryan...
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(Matador)Thus far, this year's hotly tipped alt-rockers have sounded weirdly flaccid and aimless: listening to the albums behind the hype, you find yourself wondering how the bands could be bothered to make them. That is not a problem with the debut from London quartet Savages, which burns with a feverish sense of purpose: the sheer intensity with which She Will or City's...
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What makes post-punk, London-based four-piece Savages so compelling is their fierce focus, says Helen Brown.
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If you go to Savages’ website right now, something strange happens.
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