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PBS releases box set Masterpiece: Classic English Literature Collection, Volume 2

PBS has released their Masterpiece: Classic English Literature Collection, Volume 2 ($39.99 list price) DVD box set for fans of the classic and longstanding PBS television series. Having not seen the first volume, I have to admit that I got a kick out of opening the packaging and poking around the pockets of this box …

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TCM giving away tickets to free screenings of Casablanca in 20 cities

TCM Unveils Cities Chosen for March 4 Screening of Casablanca, Including 10 Locations Chosen with Input from Fans Screenings to be Presented as Part of TCM’s Ongoing 20th Anniversary Celebration Free Tickets Now Available for Download at tcm.com/20 Turner Classic Movies (TCM) has unveiled the complete list of 20 cities that will be treated to …

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Hey movie fan, you think you’re punny? Schmovie’s the game for you

To test the new board game Schmovie: The Hilarious Game of Outlandish Films, a game where you make up movie titles based on several factors, I invited over my punniest word-play Pie Pals. After lurching through a couple practice rounds, we finally got the hang of how Schmovie works: Each person takes turn at playing …

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Golden Globes nominees include ‘Rush’, ‘Philomena’, and ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has thrown their hat into the pile for the best films of 2013, and once again “12 Years a Slave”, “Gravity”, “Her” and “American Hustle” lead the pack. There are a few nominees that stray from what the critics have lauded so far, including “Rush” and “The Wolf of Wall …

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New York, Boston, L.A. give love to ’12 Years A Slave’, ‘Her’, ‘Gravity’, and more

Coast to coast, the critics are clamoring over each other like zombies in World War Z to shout the loudest and the earliest in the game of announcing choices for their favorite movies, actors, directors, etc. for the year. So far a lot of love is being thrown in the directions of “12 Years A …

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