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The Baltimore SunMichael Phelps barely slipped into Saturday night's final for the 400-meter individual medley, coming in eighth in the morning preliminary heats that launched the first full day of Olympic competition -- and his own fourth and final Games. "The only...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe biggest show on Earth, the Summer Olympics, begins Friday. The London Games, a sports miniseries headlined by swimmers, gymnasts and track stars, will dominate television for the next 17 days. NBC offers the Opening Ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Friday....
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelFor all the pageantry of the Opening Ceremony at the London Olympics, the comedy was most memorable. Queen Elizabeth II proved she's a good sport by pretending to jump out of a helicopter to make her entrance. Her corgis at Buckingham Palace were so...
LONDON (AP) — Almost 900 million people watched part of the London Games' opening ceremony on television, the International Olympic Committeepredicted Tuesday. The near-four-hour show included athletes from 204 teams marching into the Olympic...
ReutersLONDON (Reuters) - The London Olympics were packed with sporting highlights, personal dramas and emotional highs and lows. Here are 20 golden moments from the Games. - - - - Michael Phelps bows out with a record medal haul With a lop-sided smile of...
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This is the golden anniversary of “Dr. No,” the film that introduced moviegoers to the most famous spy of them all: James Bond of her majesty’s secret service. To mark the anniversary, we’ll be running edited excerpts from Bill...
If it seems like only a few years since we thrilled to director Sam Raimi's “Spider-Man” trilogy, well ... that's because it was. Raimi's films were released in 2002, 2004, and 2007. After a mere five years, Sony is starting all over again....
Directed by Steven Spielberg, a longtime fan of the source material, "The Adventures of Tintin" begins with a gorgeous animated credit sequence, deftly incorporating bits of the narrative about to unfold. It's as nifty as the overture in Spielberg's...
Director David Fincher's deluxe edition of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" is the most coldly compelling version yet of the tale dreamed up by the late Stieg Larsson, whose "Millennium" trilogy of pulp novels remains the time-killer of choice in...
You don't hear so much these days about Dolly the Sheep, but when Caryl Churchill's "A Number" was first performed in 2002 (starring Daniel Craig, actually), cloning was a hotly debated issue. First kittens, the widespread worries went, then people....
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As a general rule, roughly 99% of remakes fall somewhere between the awful and the utterly redundant — particularly when there was nothing wrong with the original. But, in Hollywood terms, there was one thing fatally wrong about the original “...
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