Friday, July 25, 2014 Tammuz 27, 5774
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"Mrs. Brown," you had a lovely director. And the same goes for you, too, "Proof." John Madden is proof-positive that a director who doesn't paint by the numbers can create the most illustrative portraiture - which he did in "Mrs. Brown," "Shakespeare in Love," and now, again, in the filmed adaptation of David Auburn's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a mathematical...
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Eugene Levy's movie dental plan has bite
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Andy Fiddler's got no pluck. Sure, he "The Man," but the he-man? No way. A dental-supplies salesman coiled as tight as a violin string, Fiddler is a Stradivarius of stress. Put him on stage in front of a convention of dentists, and admire Fiddler's bridge work. But extract him from familiar territory, and watch his wisdom teeth crack from the...
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Do the scales of justice tip away from obesity these days? Is fat chance the prospect of the overweight overcoming social pressures and prejudices against them? And just how many calories are in a month of sundaes? These and other questions may - or may not - be answered by "The Biggest Loser," NBC's reality series that will go another...
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Kids getting ornery now that they've rediscovered homework? You getting antsy for them to head out the door? Relax, everyone - with a DVD. This latest "On the Scene" contest offers a "Top 10" DVDs of entertainment (and maybe some insight, too) that'll keep their minds humming until the school bell rings the next morning. Here's what one very lucky...
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Offbeat musings on arts, culture and Philadelphians
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Now at Bat … You may have read elsewhere that Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld’s baby boy, born on Aug. 22, was named Shepherd. But, TLW got the real inside scoop. His name is Seven. Just Keep on Walken! An online claim and special Web site to the contrary, Christopher Walken is not running for the presidency of the United States...
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