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A dark, superbly acted revenge tale set in the bleak Rust Belt.
Set in 1961 Greenwich Village, this one’s about the starving artist who didn’t’ make it.
One of the most unique comedies of the year: a spot-on look at small town life and regrets in the Midwest.
Like a fly on the wall, capturing the behind-the-scenes look at the mammoth Superstorm Sandy relief fundraiser.
The God of Thunder returns to hopefully smite the box office!
A gentle, even sweet Holocaust movie aimed at the young audience
This time around they tried to balance humor with action
A classic sci-fi book finds a home on the big screen!
The best romancer since “The Notebook”, ironically again starring Rachel McAdams
Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto are Oscar bait in this aids drama.
The U.S. is pooled with Germany, Portugal and Ghana
The team was dealt its 11th consecutive loss with a 27-20 setback at Jacksonville
The total value of the contract matches Albert Pujols' with the Los Angeles Angels for the third largest in baseball history, behind only two Alex Rodriguez contracts.
Mandela realized the transformative and unifying power of sports, and used that power to make changes that protests and diplomacy could not.
he State Attorney's Office said this afternoon the results of its investigation didn't turn up enough evidence to move forward with the case
Game-killing cloud blamed on generator malfunction
No opponent is too formidable for North Carolina to beat or too inferior to beat the Tar Heels.
The league says it will also consider possible forfeiture or modification of draft picks after the 2014 draft order has been determined
Manning "regretfully declined" to attend the wedding of Anna and James
Hours after the Yankees made the announcement they'd signed Brian McCann, they reached an agreement to sign Jacoby Ellsbury, the best outfielder on the market, to a seven-year, $153 million contract