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Many famous parents have selected names with an "aristocratic" vibe.
More intriguing, though, is the story line. There's no time spent in Rome. Judah isn't adopted by anyone. In a clever twist
Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "Ben-Hur" (Paramount) This "Ben-Hur" thrills you with its story but the movie lacks the emotional
Turns out "Chuck" was an awesome coworker.
Each generation of special effects creates its own avalanche of disaster films: movies about disasters that are themselves disastrous.
Wandering around the narrow, labyrinthine lanes of Jerusalem's Old City, past wall-to-wall shops selling everything from exquisite rugs to knock-off watches to world-class tchotchkes, it's easy to imagine what this spot must have looked like thousands of years ago.
Snowbound in the Big Apple? Try a bite of your favorite Warren Beatty flicks. Get out your DVD collection or surf Netflix. Here are mine. Agree or disagree. What are yours?
Ridley Scott is no Cecil B. DeMille. That's not necessarily a bad thing. What it means is that Scott's new epic Exodus: Gods and Kings is as much a product of our high-tech new-millennium era as The Ten Commandments was of the Eisenhower gray-flannel suit period.
I like Zoe as an actress and as a person that I don't know. I admire her hutzpah as she defends her right to embody Ms. Simone. However, just because you can doesn't mean you should.
Watching Paramount's The Ten Commandments is, for many, an annual part of the spring holidays. While there have been other film versions of the story of the exodus, none have the epic staying power of the 1956 classic.