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Film, <i>Fast & Furious</i> should have gone straight to Xbox

Fast & Furious should have gone straight to Xbox

With the molded-rubber face of Telly Savalas, the basso profundo of Sylvester Stallone, and the name of an underdog gas alternative, Vin Diesel's already-dubious ripped-tough-guy star has dimmed enough to warrant a return to the car-chase series that made him…
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Film, Hell on Wheels

Hell on Wheels

Given that John Singleton directed the second movie in the Fast and the Furious franchise, it makes a perverse kind of sense that Justin Lin would follow. Just as Singleton did with Boyz N the Hood, young Lin quickly made…
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Film, Hallway Gangstas

Hallway Gangstas

Better Luck Tomorrow, about Asian-American high-schoolers making good grades but up to no good, arrives with the furor (albeit minor -- a rumpus, perhaps?) attendant a Sundance Film Fest fave. In this case, Internet gossip hounds bark amongst themselves about…
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News, Bay View Making Their Own <i>Luck</i>

Making Their Own Luck

Evan Leong, a Bay Area native who wears baggy pants and hides his cornrows under a silver skullcap, has been working for free since he graduated from UCLA in June. As the San Francisco "street team" leader for Better Luck…
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