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Review: A little conflict is the push they need in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a holiday classic restored; a CGI wonder; a gripping thriller; a new fantasy romance adaptation; a manmade menace; an international buddy cop comedy; and an anniversary refresh.

Paris Zoological Park unveils 'The Blob' on Saturday

Paris - It is bright yellow, can creep along at a speed of up to 4 centimeters (1.6 inches) per hour, can solve problems even though it doesn't have a brain and can heal itself if it is cut in two. Meet the "blob," a most unusual organism.

Toxic algae bloom blamed for whale deaths in B.C. and Alaska

Vancouver - Since May 2015, the bodies of 30 whales have washed up on the shores of B.C. and Alaska, prompting marine biologists to unravel the mysterious die-offs. One B.C. scientist says climate change may be the link.
 

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Slime mold  maple seeds on fir stump in  Mount Rainier National Park  Washington.
Slime mold, maple seeds on fir stump in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington.
U.S. National Park Service/Steve Redman
The west coast toxic algae blooms started in May  2015  and have been linked to die-offs of birds an...
The west coast toxic algae blooms started in May, 2015, and have been linked to die-offs of birds and mammals,including crabs and seals.
UC Santa Cruz
Sea surface temperature anomaly maps show temperatures above normal in orange and red.
Sea surface temperature anomaly maps show temperatures above normal in orange and red.
NOAA
Sea surface temperature anomaly maps show temperatures above normal in orange and red.
Sea surface temperature anomaly maps show temperatures above normal in orange and red.
NOAA

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