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RE-RELEASE OF ‘ANCHORMAN 2’ FEATURES 763 NEW JOKES

By: Ripple Effect Social Magazine ~ Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — With nearly every joke substituted for a new one, “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” will return to movie theaters for one week.

Paramount Pictures announced Friday that an R-rated version of “Anchorman 2” with 763 new jokes will play in the U.S. and Britain beginning Feb. 28.

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Famed former child actress Shirley Temple dies on Feb. 10, 2014

BY: BEN BRUMFIELD

(CNN) — Shirley Temple Black, who rose to fame as arguably the most popular child star in Hollywood history, died late Monday night, her publicist said.

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AMC Announces ‘The Walking Dead’ Mid-Season Premiere Date

AMC has announced that the undead will rise on Feb. 9 when “The Walking Dead” returns to finish its fourth season.

After last night’s (Dec. 1) game-changing mid-season finale, fans will have to wait two months to find out what happens to Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the others as they are once again on the move in the zombie-infested wild.

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Labor Day Movie Review ~ Heart Warming And Worth Seeing ~ Starts Friday Jan 31st

By Shirley Seal

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Joyce Maynard wrote her 2009 best-seller Labor Day from the view

point of a 13-year-old boy, Henry, and it’s important to remember this while watching Jason Reitman’s film adaptation of the novel. For if you look at Labor Day as serious adult drama—forgetting that it’s a coming-of-age story, seen through the eyes of a boy naïf with raging hormones—well, you might find yourself thinking, “

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What kind of sentimental claptrap is this?”

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She’s Having My Baby, Satan Croons

By: JEANNETTE CATSOULIS

In ‘Devil’s Due,’ the Horned One Is Up to His Old Mischief

From “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968) to The Brood” (1979), demon spawn has been erupting from innocent wombs, to the surprise of mothers who unaccountably fail to greet this vile emission with a pillow to the face — presuming it has one, of course.

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Disembodied, but, Oh, What a Voice Review The Movie HER

By LOGAN HILL

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Spike Jonze discusses the evolution of “Her,” the first feature that he has written and directed by himself.

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Mr. Phoenix in “Her.”

At once a brilliant conceptual gag and a deeply sincere romance, “Her” is the unlikely yet completely plausible love story about a man, who sometimes resembles a machine, and an operating system, who very much suggests a living woman. It’s set, somehow of course, in Los Angeles, that city of plastic fears and dreams, in an unspecified time in the future.

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