Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Av 24, 5774
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"The X-Files" meets the Exodus? The truth is out there. Truthfully, laughs Simcha Jacobovici of his daring documentary, "I hadn't thought of it that way. But, yes, yes, it is." The star here is history not Mulder and the Cigarette Man is overshadowed by smokescreens thrown up by naysayers, who question Jacobovici's key contention: The Exodus really did happen. And...
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Oliver Stone's compelling 9/11 film calls on history
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Maria Bello knows firsthand from a history of violence. The award-winning actress ("A History of Violence") and Norristown native digs through the debris of emotional destruction, sifting through the rubble of a role that led her to "World Trade Center." "I was there that day," and in no way does one question what she means by "that day." "I saw...
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It's a 60s' love-in! But these lovers are more apt to throw a hip than be called hippie. And it's not just a 60s' love-in; some are in their 70s, too. "The Boynton Beach Club" is for those golden oldies who have paid their dues in life and love, and are still looking for a record club to call their...
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How does the muddled Mideast play out in Middle America? So much depends on perspectives presented by the Top 3 TV news anchors on a nightly basis. And the networks themselves are trying to clear up their own muddied picture of who's on first -- or at least, who deserves to get your attention first and foremost. Their own TV...
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'Only Human' is a Spanish-Jewish jambalaya
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In loco parentis? Forget the parents; this whole family is loco. "Only Human" is a "Meet the Fockers" over frittatas, a loopey Lope de Vega novel in which the inquisition comes down to this: "Mommele, Poppele, meet my fiance, the Palestinian." Opening Friday at Ritz theaters, "Only Human" is only one of the funniest comedies of the year, a Spanish-Jewish...
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