Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775
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It's go-get-dem-Nazis and beat-'em-to-a-pulp fiction. Because what Quentin Tarantino turns in as part of "Inglourious Basterds" is the Larry David definition of survivor, as a team of American Jews outwit, outlast and outplay the Nazis at their own game in the apparently logical second sequel to "Kill Bill": "Kill Wilhelm." Fuhrer tales can come true; they can happen to Jews...
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A one-woman TV titan with her own sit-down, stand-up for what matters series; millions of fans and even more millions in the bank; apostles who appropriated anything she recommended at the drop of a cup of Sanka; the nation's social conscience and inarguably the country's No. 1 minority star ... Oprah-Shmoprah! We're talking Gertrude Berg here. In the here and...
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"Get real!" may be the mantra of network TV these days, but one series is proving that reality can be seemingly as fractiously fictive as any flight of fantasy dreamed up by a programming exec. "My Antonio" may as well be "Mamma Mia!" as the mystery woman behind star Antonio Sabato Jr.'s VH1 10-episode reality series, premiering Aug. 16 --...
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Slumdog slam-dunk? You could make the case for comics Chris Kattan and his dad, Kip King, who find that Indian summer comes early this year with "Bollywood Hero," a Mumbai-minted mini-series coming to IFC cable for three nights beginning on Aug. 6. Mango and curry -- that's some spicy concoction: Chris created some of the livelier comic creations on "Saturday...
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Jeff Daniels is a man of God. Make that two Gods. There is the one whose messages he delivers as "The Answer Man," in the romantic comedy opening July 24; then there is the one he answers to in the Tony Award-winning "God of Carnage" on Broadway. In both, it's a comic bloodbath. While "Carnage" is a ticket to die...
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