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Culture, The Exhibitionist The 84th Academy Awards: a Timeline

The 84th Academy Awards: a Timeline

People plan parties around this stuff, so we assume you probably watched too. But just in case you didn't, here's a timeline of the 84th Academy Awards ceremony. They make it this long just to mess with us all,…
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Calendar, Night&Day You Can't Not Play This Game

You Can't Not Play This Game

In The Game, the venerable mind-fuck con movie (set in San Francisco!), director David Fincher presciently asked the question: What is not the game? You can usually tell what the game is, but what about what it isn't, or what…
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Film, Matthew McConaughey is scary bad in <i>Ghosts of Girlfriends Past</i>

Matthew McConaughey is scary bad in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

Two weeks after jowly Matthew Perry transformed into pretty Zac Efron to relive his adolescence in 17 Again, Warner Bros. releases Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, another backward and backward-looking child-is-father-to-the-man rom-com, with Matthew McConaughey, who, 18 years Efron's senior and…
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Film, Freeloader

Freeloader

Owen Wilson has moved up in the world: He's gone from crashing weddings to crashing entire marriages. In the listless farce You, Me and Dupree, his eponymous ne'er-do-well shows up on the doorstep of his childhood friend Carl (Matt Dillon),…
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Film, Wonder Bread

Wonder Bread

Step right up, youth of the world, and receive the boomer inoculation that is Wonder Boys, the first feature from director Curtis Hanson since his much-lauded adaptation of James Ellroy's L.A. Confidential. Then marvel at Michael Douglas showing off his…
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Losing It

The Game Directed by David Fincher. Screenplay by John Brancato and Michael Ferris. Starring Michael Douglas, Sean Penn, Carroll Baker, Armin Mueller-Stahl, and Deborah Kara Unger. At area theaters. The Game is a puzzle picture, and beyond its premise there…
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