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Review: ‘Arbitrage’ is a return to form for Gere
‘Arbitrage’ is about a hedge fund magnate doing his best to tread water long enough to rescue his business and family from his mistakes.
Review: ‘Robot & Frank’ is not the least bit mechanical
‘Robot & Frank’ is the touching story of an aging man who forms an unlikely friendship with a robot programmed to care for him.
Susan Sarandon calls the Pope a Nazi
Actress Susan Sarandon is at the centre of controversy for calling Pope Benedict a Nazi while speaking at the Hampton Film Festival on the weekend.
Susan Sarandon describes GLAAD as ‘out of control’
Susan Sarandon, the American actor, has described a US gay-rights organisation as “out of control” after it complained about the use of the word “tranny” in an episode of Glee.
Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins split up
Actors Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins have parted ways after 23 years. The couple never married and have two children. Sarandon also has a daughter from a previous relationship.
Sexy, Seductive Underwear Recession’s Big Loser
The saddest cut of the recession just might be in women’s bottom line. Today panties won’t bring panting, because women seek practical underwear during recessions. Practical underwear has become more important than sexy, silky, seductive stuff.
Mr. Media Interview: Bob Balaban, 'Bernard and Doris' HBO film director
No matter what role he’s in, Bob Balaban always makes an impression, from Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind to playing the President of NBC on “Seinfeld.”
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