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Hundreds of runners took a spontaneous detour from their race Sunday evening to thank a 95-year-old WW II vet who was cheering them on.
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The decline of comics pages in newspapers may be directly attributable to the end of Calvin and Hobbes.
As cable television networks become a greater source of scripted programming, there are more shows out there that sound like they would make for a great watch. However, cable viewing means more violence, language, and sexual content.
If the ads didn't already make it obvious, a new disclaimer to be included in marketing materials for Paramount's upcoming biblical epic seeks to clarify that it is not a literal adaptation of the Old Testament story.
"Mr. Peabody & Sherman" may not be the best animated feature in theaters, but it's easily the most educational. Luckily for the kids, it's a pretty fun movie, too.
A new SNL skit has caused critics, fans and media sites alike to weigh in on whether its offensive or funny to religious people.
Successful stage-to-film adaptations of beloved classics has filmmakers scrambling to come up with fresh takes on old favorite.
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