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  • Four End-of-the-World Comedies To Watch This Summer
    2013 will see at least four end-of-the-world comedies hit theaters. Here's a look at the three that have been released (it's a Disaster, This is the End and Rapture-palooza) and The World's End, which is set for release in August. Follow @VoiceFilmClub !function(d,s,id){var...
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  • 40 Ridiculous People in Headdresses at Music Festivals
    Once worn into battle and at ceremonies of a spiritual nature, the headdress (or war bonnet) worn by Native Americans of the Plains is now more often seen in the fields of music festivals. While the traditional headdress was comprised of feathers -- each one signifying a good deed of brave act...
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  • Why Superman Movies Matter More Than the Comic Books
    Your idea of Superman -- by which I mean the conception of him that floats in the cultural ether -- is simpler and cleaner than the internalized idea of Superman by comic book nerds. Your idea of Superman was shaped, overwhelmingly, by the movies. Read the full Superman story by Glen...
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  • Your Summer 2013 Movie Guide
    From superheroes (Superman, Wolverine) to Shakespeare (Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing), another season of summer movies is upon us. Here's our guide to movies this summer -- and their wide-release dates. Check the schedule at your neighborhood cineplex before you leave your apartment....
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  • Ten Slobs We Love from the Movies
    In this week's review of The Hangover III, "Entitled Fraternity Dicks Return to The Hangover Part III," Chris Packham writes: "In the slobs-versus-snobs comedies of the 1970s and '80s, the snooty rich kids were always the antagonists, bullying the nerds and cheating at cross-camp field days."...
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  • 10 Shot Comparisons Between the 1974 and 2013 Gatsbys
    Because it was high-time for the animated GIF version of the Great American Novel. Anyone who's familiar with the 1974 version of The Great Gatsby with Robert Redford should recognize the scenes and shots from trailers for the 2013 version, which premieres May 10 with Leonardo DiCaprio. Here,...
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  • Pain & Gain: From New Times Story to Michael Bay Film
    In 1999, the Miami New Times published a three-part series called "Pain & Gain" by writer Pete Collins. The story revolved around a gang of local bodybuilders with a penchant for steroids, strippers, and quick cash. They later became known as Miami's Sun Gym gang and quickly developed a taste...
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  • Anatomy of a Scene: Jurassic Park's T-Rex Introduction
    We don't see it until about an hour into the movie, but the Tyrannosaurus rex in Spielberg's Jurassic Park -- and the scene that builds up to its violent arrival -- is the best in the film, the 3D version of which hits theaters on Friday. We break down the suspenseful introduction -- the...
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  • 50 Beer Lovers We'd Like to Party With
    Beer festivals bring out people who don't need a larger excuse to down some suds in the sun -- our kind of folks. We searched the nation and came back with these photos of beer drinkers doing what they love. Because beer makes the world go round (and spin sometimes too).
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  • Top 20 Claustrophobia Movies
    In the new film Detour, Jackson Alder (Neil Hopkins) finds himself trapped by a mudslide inside his car, alone. It takes intense mental control, as well as purposeful distraction, to escape that kind of claustrophobic, panic-inducing situation (View it in iTunes.) So should you ever be in such...
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  • Inside the Traveling Game of Thrones Exhibit
    Before Season 3 premieres on HBO this Sunday, fans of the TV adaptation of George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones series could get close-up with famous props from the show -- including the head of Ned Stark on a pike. Held at 3 West 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan (through April 3), the...
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  • 15 Movie Presidents We Wish Were Real
    Daniel Day Lewis as Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln) and Anthony Hopkins as Richard Nixon (Nixon) get all of the critical acclaim, but fake presidents, like Aaron Eckhart as President Benjamin Asher in this week's Olympus Has Fallen, exemplify ideals just as meaningful. Here are fifteen fake...
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