Casablanca

Bénédicte Florin, Université François-Rabelais de Tours and Mustapha Azaitraoui, Université Hassan Ier This article is based
This polarized nation does not agree on much anymore, but by universal agreement Americans are united in feeling this last
1. An Independent Narrative: Ideas and ideals conveyed on the channels are not defined in opposition to an extremist ideology
"Unfortunately I only have a week," I explained. Fans of Humphrey Bogart know the tiny island state of Malta as the origin
It is encouraging, therefore, that several Arab governments are growing more open to a frank discussion of their security
Ilsa: You're saying this only to make me go. Ilsa: You're playing me, why are you playing me? Blaine: You said I was to do
Some of the finest films in history failed to capture a Best Picture Oscar because of bad timing or an unfavorable climate. Or because a competitor, maybe no better or even far inferior, gained an advantage.
Now that the year is almost over, it feels like a good time to say, "Thank you for the memories, 2015." And I'm talking, of course, about good art memories.
Terrorism only grows stronger with capitulation. It seeks to control via fear. If some of the greatest evils on Earth have been defeated in the past, they may be so again. All it takes is the will and the willingness to say again: we will not yield.
At 53, a rather perilous age for an action star, Cruise shows no sign of slowing down. If anything, he's doubled down on the spectacular and daring-looking personal stunts.
Credit McQuarrie for crafting colorful antagonists, even if the plot line is not all the impressive and the dialogue is only intermittently memorable. At some point you won't care.
His customer, Hannane, replies firmly that Islam does not advocate child marriage and that women can also play an important
The project, initiated by Danish visual artist Hanne Lise Thomsen, first went public in 2003 in Malmö, Sweden, and Copenhagen
We'll take a look at a handful of classic movies, and how they literally couldn't have played out, if they had been set in a cell phone-ruled universe.
Making Change & Gender Equality in Nordic Media (courtesy Nordicom) There's a "celluloid ceiling," according to "Making Change
Over the past few weeks, college sport has once again taken over the lead in ink and air time; not actually games, of course, but stories that illustrate the corruption of higher education in America by the presence of intercollegiate athletics on campus, or more precisely football on campus.
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Now that you're all caught up with these remake disasters, we bet you're feeling real excited for the upcoming TV season