Thursday, September 30, 2004

Here it is. The final version of the trailer for the much-ballyhooed Oliver Stone movie about Alexander the Great, starring Colin Farrell and Angelina Jolie


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Lewis Black discusses America's role in the world's culture.


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Tony Blair to go into hospital for heart ailment


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The complete transcript and six videos from the Kerry/Bush debate.


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MGM Pushes Back Bond Film Release Date. There will be no Bond film released in 2005.


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Cops Nab Fake Gynecologist: "Dallas fraud offered free breast exams, enemas, pap smears "


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The trailer for Untold Scandal. This is yet another version of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, this time set in aristocratic 18th century Korea at the end of the Chosun Dynasty.


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The Farrellys make the ultimate Red Sox movie


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Why I love Eastern Europe - Polish chick strips naked in the middle of a city. (In freezing temperatures at Christmastime, no less)


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Classic books available for download


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A trailer and three clips from The Dust Factory: "'The Dust Factory' is an adventure about the love and friendship between two teenagers who help each other through a difficult time in their lives. It's the story of Ryan Flynn, a wondrous young boy who hasn't spoken since witnessing his father's death at the age of nine. Now thirteen, Ryan has a near fatal accident when he falls from a bridge and is magically transported to a fantasy realm known as The Dust Factory (a place that mirrors his fear of mortality). In this strange yet familiar world, Ryan meets Melanie, a precocious young beauty, who steals his heart. Together they embark on a journey where they face their fears and develop a friendship built on trust and love. Ultimately, Ryan faces the challenge of finding his way home."


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Women have four G-spots, and interestingly enough, they get their best orgasms from G-notes!


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Coldplay singer Chris Martin has been cautioned by the London police for attacking a photographer who tried to take a picture of him and his movie star wife, Gwyneth Paltrow


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The Daily Show's Rob Corddry goes to America's #1 luxury spa and terrorist training facility.


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Latest Electoral Vote Predictor 2004
  • Bush is 280, Kerry at 254, with only 4 votes undecided. Kerry also went back up to a 13 point lead in California, where a victory is critical to his chances.
  • In order to win, Senator Kerry needs to take 16 more electoral votes (270 needed to win). New Hampshire has four votes up for grabs, and President Bush has another 32 electoral votes in the "weak" column: Nevada, New Mexico, Iowa, Missouri, and Maine. Al Gore won three of the six states I mentioned. Gore barely won New Mexico and Iowa, and won Maine by a fairly comfortable margin. Those three states possess EXACTLY the 16 votes Kerry needs, so he's not dead yet, by any means.


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GALLUP: Bush Leads in Florida; Ohio and Pennsylvania are close, with Ohio tightening.


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Esquire Magazine presents: Brutally Honest Personals


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What could be fina than to be in Carolina in the morning? For one, a Peruvian prison fashion show.


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17 MINUTES AND STILL COUNTING! Get Ready to Deck the Halls With William Hung's Soon-to-Be-Released Christmas album, 'Hung for the Holidays'.
  • The good news? In my opinion, this is the very reason why God greated mankind, then impelled mankind to invent music in the first place. The creation of music started a complex concatenation of steps leading from drums to simple flutes to Beethoven's symphonies, and eventually to William Hung. In the meantime, of course, the Lord had to finish the grand design by sending his only-begotten son, not to redeem mankind, but to create Christmas. (Hey. No Christmas, no William Hung Christmas Album.)
  • The bad news? Now that the plan for mankind is complete, Armageddon may take place. Sorry.


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Poison porn pics show up online


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Weekly World News comes up with a winner: The U.S. Postal System is conducting an experimental project to slash costs: They enlisted Jehovah's Witnesses to deliver the mail for free! 'Hey, they're walking from house to house anyway"


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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,' sold more than 600,000 combined DVD and VHS units its first day in release Tuesday, despite a box office of only $40 million. Yes, the movie IS that good. It's probably the best film of the year so far. Of course, Seed of Chucky hasn't been released yet, so that could change everything.(Here's my review of Eternal Sunshine).


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A new trailer from Seed of Chucky


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The trailer and two clips from Primer: "'Primer' is the story of four men who have built a cottage industry of error-checking devices. But, they know that there is something more. There is some idea, some mechanism, some accidental side effect that is standing between them and a pure leap of innovation. And so, through trial and error they are building the devise that is missing most. The story of 'Primer' is what happens when two of these men find the device and immediately realize that it is too valuable to market. The limit of their trust in each other is strained when they are faced with the question, 'If you always want what you can't have, what do you want when you can have anything?'"


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The trailer for Robots . Twentieth Century Fox and Academy Award winning director Chris Wedge, who last joined forces on the blockbuster animated hit "Ice Age," now team to create another visually spectacular, three-dimensional world, with an all-star, award-winning cast, in "Robots". Beyond the scope, freshness and vibrancy of an incredible world populated solely by mechanical beings, Wedge and his team are creating memorable robots, each with "his" / "her" own distinct personality. The result is a timeless tale that pushes the boundaries of animation, while introducing characters rich with whimsy, heart and soul.


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The legacy of Lenny Bruce.


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Jimmy Carter celebrates his 80th birthday Friday


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