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Boyhood

Movies: Boyhood

by Raj Ranade  The great movies so often want to wallop us with the passage of time. Some filmmakers try to do so through grand compressions – think of Stanley Kubrick fitting the history of civilization into his famous smash […]

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MOVIES: Life Itself

It would be difficult for today's digital natives to imagine just how influential a thumbs up or thumbs down from Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel could be on

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MOVIES: Obvious Child

The first question everyone will ask about Obvious Child, is: does it live up to its buzz as the funniest abortion comedy you'll see this year? Well, as

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MOVIES: Godzilla

By Raj Ranade The central problem that many people seem to have with the latest film version of Godzilla is that it doesn’t have quite enough Godzilla (which, as

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MOVIES: Noah

Method and Madness Russell Crowe serves Ham for Easter in Aronofsky’s Noah BY RAJ RANADE Say what you will about Hollywood – how many other industries would even think of investing

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Punk’s Not Dead: X’s John Doe stars in Pleased to Meet Me

By Kakie Urch The director who says he went to film school at the Kentucky Theatre is bringing it home to roost. On February 16, he’ll sit in Lexington's 

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Filmslang 2013: Short Film Night highlights Kentucky filmmakers

Lexington doesn't yet have a fullscale Film Festival to call its own, but Filmslang (part of WRFL's annual Boomslang festival) presents a full slate every Fall. Filmslang programming, organized

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NBC Siberia: An interview with Series Creator, Matt Arnold

Cast of "Siberia," new NBC show. Kentuckian George Dickson far right.

It was a real Kentuckian who wrote and directed “fake” Siberia reality show for NBC

In a format described as " 'Lost' meets 'Survivor,'" tonight's new NBC show, Siberia, breaks new ground on TV as a "scripted horror series within a 'reality' show."

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MOVIES: World War Z

In post-apocalyptic thriller World War Z, the first evidence that Brad Pitt isn't just garden variety stay-at-home Dad, Gerry, comes when he and the family encounter a disastrous



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