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The Sea Chase

John Wayne plays a German sea captain in a film that goes out of its way to create a favorable image of our former enemy, with hardly a Nazi flag or even a German accent in sight. Wayne and his co-star Lana Turner are as Teutonic as Blondie and Dagwood, yet the film works as a basic adventure – we like the charismatic star, and the sea chase format guarantees extra interest.

The Sea Chase

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1955 / Color / 2:55 widescreen / 117 min. / Street Date July 11, 2017 / available through the WBshop / 21.99

Starring: John Wayne, Lana Turner, David Farrar, Lyle Bettger, Tab Hunter, James Arness, Richard Davalos, John Qualen, Paul Fix, Alan Hale Jr., Peter Whitney, Claude Akins, John Doucette, Tudor Owen, Adam Williams.

Cinematography: William Clothier

Film Editors: William Ziegler, Owen Marks

Original Music: Roy Webb

Written by James Warner Bellah, John Twist from a novel by Andrew Geer

Produced and Directed
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'Veep' Boss on Fan-Favorite's Surprise Return

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Veep, "Blurb."]

The one that got away made his return on Sunday's Veep.

Amid a season that has sent ex-president Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) on a journey in search of a companion just as much as of her legacy, the former Potus decided to pay a visit to her old flame Tom James (Hugh Laurie) and give him an in-person heads-up that she was going to reveal their dalliance in the White House Green Room in her in-the-works memoir. Tom ends up usurping her juicy chapter by telling the...
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Kelly Ripa's 'Live!' Guest Co-Hosts React to Ryan Seacrest News

Kelly Ripa's 'Live!' Guest Co-Hosts React to Ryan Seacrest News
No bad blood here!

Kelly Ripa's guest co-hosts couldn't be more gracious after Ryan Seacrest was announced as Live!'s permanent co-host on Monday.

Watch: Ryan Seacrest Named Kelly Ripa's Permanent Co-Host on 'Live!'

Seacest made his big debut during Monday morning's show, almost a year after former co-host Michael Strahan left the program last May for a position at Good Morning America. A menagerie of guest co-hosts have since filled in, with Anderson Cooper, Andy Cohen, Rob Lowe, Fred Savage and Jerry O'Connell considered early front-runners for the full-time gig.

Ripa's pals, Cohen and Cooper, quickly took to Twitter to congratulate Seacrest on the job.

"Mazel @RyanSeacrest!! #LiveKellyRyan," Cohen wrote, while Cooper said he "can't wait to watch" Seacrest hang out with "the best person I know, @KellyRipa every day!"

Watch: Kelly Ripa Gives Update on 'Live!' Co-Host Search, Calls Anderson Cooper 'The One That Got Away'

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Kelly Ripa To Announce Her New 'Live!' Co-Host on Monday

Kelly Ripa To Announce Her New 'Live!' Co-Host on Monday
Kelly Ripa teased the announcement of her new Live! permanent co-host on Monday, with a slightly cryptic Twitter post over the weekend.

In the short video shared with her followers on Sunday, Ripa sips from a Live with Kelly mug with a question mark on it. "Tune in tomorrow. Trust me," she says.

Watch: Kelly Ripa Gives Update on 'Live!' Co-Host Search, Calls Anderson Cooper 'The One That Got Away'

"We're going to need a bigger mug," Ripa captioned the video, adding several clues in the form of hashtags: "#TuneInToLive #BigAnnouncement #LiveKellyCohost."

More: 'Live!' Contest Winner Continues to Charm Viewers When He Returns as Kelly Ripa's Guest Co-Host

The 46-year-old talk show host has been anchoring Live! solo since the shocking early departure of Michael Strahan in May 2016. Since then, there have been a slew of guest co-hosts, including Michael Buble, Jerry O'Connell and even Christian Slater.

In the meantime, take a
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Every Single Time a Celeb Flawlessly Covered Adele

Every Single Time a Celeb Flawlessly Covered Adele
There’s no question about it: Adele is one-of-a-kind. Not only has the songstress nearly broken the Internet with the arrival of her critically acclaimed albums (most recently, 25), the British performer also has the ability to make the most heartless of listeners sob uncontrollably with just one listen of her heart-wrenching songs. Oh, and she’s immensely talented on the vocal front — of course.

Despite Adele’s unique powerhouse factor, singers have attempted and succeeded in channeling the Grammy winner on separate occasions in the form of cover songs. And we’ve got to say, we’re impressed. Consider the
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‘Rogue One’ Actor Diego Luna Talks Starring in Katy Perry’s ‘The One That Got Away’ Music Video

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‘Rogue One’ Actor Diego Luna Talks Starring in Katy Perry’s ‘The One That Got Away’ Music Video
Diego Luna is the one that got away.

Before he made plans to steal the Death Star as Cassian Andor in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Luna, 36, played Katy Perry’s love interest in her 2010 music video for “The One That Got Away.”

“This is before Star Wars, but more people have seen that video than the people that have seen all my other films together,” Luna tells People Now. “It’s just insane.”

In the video, the Mexican actor plays Perry’s tragic lost love. The Teenage Dream diva has flashbacks to their carefree times, filled with
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Anderson Cooper Says Andy Cohen Broke His 'Cardinal Rule' of Dating After 'Two Minutes'

Anderson Cooper Says Andy Cohen Broke His 'Cardinal Rule' of Dating After 'Two Minutes'
Anderson Cooper and Kelly Ripa sat down with Andy Cohen on Wednesday's Watch What Happens Live, where the CNN news anchor got pretty candid about his love life -- including his failed romance with Cohen himself.

Well, "romance" might not be the right word. The two were once set up on a blind date, but Cooper decided he wasn't interested in the Bravo star before the date ever happened.

The story came up when Cohen, apropos of nothing, reminded Ripa that Cooper's mom is the famous socialite and fashion icon, Gloria Vanderbilt.

"Andy and I were first set up on a blind date, which never happened because we had a phone call and after two minutes I said, 'I’m not dating this guy,'" the 49-year-old journalist recounted. "He broke my cardinal rule… he mentioned my mom within the first four sentences of meeting me."

News: Anderson Cooper Doesn't Like Being a Silver Fox: I Look
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Eye of the Needle

The chase is on: a mix of icy ruthlessness and warm romanticism enliven Ken Follett's novel of pre-invasion esponage intrigue. Kate Nelligan heats up the screen with Donald Sutherland, the 'seventies most unlikely sex star. Plus a lush and wondrous music score by Miklos Rozsa. Eye of the Needle Blu-ray Twilight Time 1981 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 112 min. / Street Date September 13, 2016 / Available from the Twilight Time Movies Store29.95 Starring Donald Sutherland, Kate Nelligan, Christopher Cazenove, Ian Bannen, Philip Martin Brown, Bill Nighy, Stephen MacKenna, Sam Kydd. Cinematography Alan Hume Original Music Miklos Rozsa Written by Stanley Mann based on the novel by Ken Follett Produced by Stephen Friedman Directed by Richard Marquand

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

We're all familiar with this kind of thriller -- over shots of fresh-faced troops moving off to war, a portentous scrolling text tells us about the desperate situation of London -- and the Free World -- as Hitler's Luftwaffe threatens.
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Melanie Lynskey Is Always Willing to Wait for the Right Part (And It’s Paying Off) — Girl Talk

Melanie Lynskey Is Always Willing to Wait for the Right Part (And It’s Paying Off) — Girl Talk
Girl Talk is a weekly look at women in film — past, present and future.

Melanie Lynskey was just 16 when she first broke into Hollywood, thanks to a bold and bright turn opposite Kate Winslet in Peter Jackson’s fact-based “Heavenly Creatures.” Since then, she’s carved out a career that’s wholly her own, one that includes roles in tiny indies like “Hello I Must Be Going” and big studio films like “Sweet Home Alabama,” exceedingly popular television series like “Two and a Half Men” (when asked about the roles she’s recognized most for, Lynskey laughed and said, “At the airport, it’s ‘Two and Half Men'”) and critical darlings like “Togetherness” — and just about everything in between.

But one thing has held true from the start: Lynskey requires great material. She could scarcely ask for better than the kind she got in Clea DuVall’s directorial debut, “The Intervention.
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Nashville Recap: Shady Ladies

Anyone else longing for the open, honest, what-you-see-is-what-you-get-ness of one Miss Sadie Stone?

Though it seems like ages since the singer-songwriter graced our screens, it was barely a season ago she and Rayna were riding around Nashville, belting “Gasoline and Matches” and eluding the paparazzi like Bennifer —Lopez, not Garner — in their prime. Sure, Sadie had a teeny secret (with big, stupid fists) and wound up (accidentally!) killing that secret in a parking garage, but otherwise, she seemed like good people.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2016: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

I bring her up in
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Padre Padrone | Taviani Retrospective Review

I Never Sang for My Father: The Taviani Brothers and the Prison of Patriarchy

For many, Italian directing duo Paolo and Vittorio Taviani are best remembered for their output from the late 70s to late 80s, coming to prominence on the international circuit and unveiling a string of notable titles before falling out of critical favor by the mid-1990s. In 2012, the brothers made a resurgence winning the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, which resulted in bringing their old classics back to new, contemporary audiences. A retrospective featuring new restorations of three important titles begins with one of their most lauded films, 1977’s Padre Padrone, which took home the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival (notably, Roberto Rossellini was the jury president, whose 1946 film Paisan inspired the brothers as filmmakers). Based on a memoir (Gavino Ledda’s The One That Got Away) and originally intended for television,
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10 Great Stories From ‘Star Wars Tales’

Star Wars Tales is a quarterly anthology series published by Dark Horse from 1999 to 2005. Each issue was 64 pages long and contained a variety of stories, in both number, length, content, and tone. Most stories were considered non-canonical “Infinities” stories unless canonized elsewhere (though of course, now all such stories are deemed non-canonical “legends”). In the course of its six year run, Star Wars Tales featured stories from dozens of different creators, covering numerous facets of the Star Wars universe, from serious, thoughtful tales to comedic ones to straight-up fan-demanded “what if?” type stories. Here are ten of the best, entertaining in their own right but also representative of the breadth of content available in this series (all of which are currently available to subscribers of Marvel Unlimited, and were earlier collected into six trade collections that can probably still be found on Amazon and the like).

Issue #4 – “A Death Star
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Burt Reynolds Calls Sally Field the Love of His Life: "I Miss Her Terribly"

Burt Reynolds Calls Sally Field the Love of His Life:
The one that got away. It’s been more than 30 years since Burt Reynolds and Sally Field decided to call off their five-year, on-again, off-again relationship, but the Smokey and the Bandit actor revealed in the December issue of Vanity Fair that she’ll always be the one for him. “I miss her terribly,” he told the magazine of Field, now 69. “Even now, it’s hard on me. I don’t know why I was so stupid. Men are like that, you know. You find the perfect person, and [...]
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Elementary season 4 episode 1 review: The Past Is Parent

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Elementary is back in fine fettle in emotionally satisfying, tantalising season four opener, The Past Is Parent…

This review contains spoilers.

4.1 The Past Is Parent

There’s a certain joy to be had from a season four premiere. It’s far enough along a show’s lifespan that it feels like welcoming back an old friend, but not so far along that it feels like the old friend in question has hung around too long after a party, drunk the house dry, bored everyone with the nth repetition of its one good anecdote, and forced you to fake a please-leave-now yawn so loud you’ve woken the kids up.

Pleasant though it was to go back to the Brownstone, The Past Is Parent had a great deal more to offer than the comfort of familiarity. It was comfortably the show's best episode since The One That Got Away,
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Limitless Recap: The Nzt Inside Us All

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Limitless Recap: The Nzt Inside Us All
Let's rewind. We pick up right where last week ended: with Brian confronting a nurse outside his sick dad’s house. “Why are you at my dad’s?” he asks. “I dunno, I’m a nurse,” says the nurse. “What does Bradley Cooper want with me?” Brian asks. “I don’t know! Again, I am a skilled nurse,” says the nurse. Case closed. Brian's family and friends are safe from harm, thought nobody. Since Brian’s now moving into the field and investigating crimes using his superbrain, he now has to take Nzt on his commute in order to study and learn new tricks for the FBI. On his commute he runs into Shauna. You know, Shauna? The one that got away? Maybe you don’t know her because we, the audience, have never seen this character or heard her mentioned before. Anyway, this is Shauna: Brian manages to impress Shauna,
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Tyler Oakley Releases Excerpts From His Upcoming Book ‘Binge’ On Wattpad

Tyler Oakley's entree into the elite group of YouTube-stars-turned-book-authors won't officially occur until October 20, 2015, when his upcoming Binge is set for public release. But until then, Oakley is whetting the appetite of his rabid fans with several sneak peeks. The 26-year-old YouTube celebrity, with more than 7.6 million subscribers on his channel, is releasing excerpts from his upcoming collection of personal essays on the writing community and story-sharing site Wattpad.

By releasing portions of Binge on Wattpad, Oakley is drumming up excitement for the full-length version of the book, which is currently available for pre-order (and doing quite well on Amazon, ranking in at #220 of all books on the site even before its actual release). Oakley released an excerpt from the book chapter “The One That Got Away” on Wattpad on September 28, and less than a day later, it already boasts 40,000 reads. The digital star and recent Streamy Awards host
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Grandfathered: Will You Grow Old With Fox's John Stamos Comedy?

Grandfathered: Will You Grow Old With Fox's John Stamos Comedy?
Don’t let John Stamos’ eight seasons on Full House fool you. His newest alter ego, Jimmy Martino, would recoil at the idea of singing Michelle Tanner a bedtime song, or serenading Rebecca Donaldson with “Forever” on her wedding day, or sleeping in a room that was wallpapered with pink bunnies.

As we learn in the series premiere of Grandfathered, which debuted on Fox Tuesday night, Jimmy is content to remain a bachelor forever. Thanks to an episode-opening montage in which Jimmy wines and dines Hollywood’s finest at the restaurant he owns, we quickly come to know our protagonist as a shallow,
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Forever episode 15 review: The King Of Columbus Circle

Forever won't be winning any prizes for technical accuracy this week, but its character work deserves real praise...

This review contains spoilers.

1.15 The King Of Columbus Circle

Compared with the previous story, this episode of Forever seemed substantially better organised and included superior character moments to the last outing.

Starting with an old man asking for a visa to return to his country of birth, a lyrical narrative was formed where he was previously connected to Henry as a young boy with acute appendicitis.

This show works well when referencing the past, even if sometimes the details aren’t as well researched as they could have easily been. (I suspect the Orient Express carriages should have been dark blue, and the width of the entire train was just 10.4 inches, making the sleeping car is at least four feet too wide. But none of that actually made the episode any less entertaining or interesting.
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Arthur & George: first trailer for ITV’s Arthur Conan Doyle drama

Featuring Mr Martin Clunes, here is our first look at Arthur & George, ITV’s drama about the Sherlock Holmes creator…

Although Martin Clunes-starring ITV dramas may not be our traditional focus on this site, Arthur & George has piqued our interest a little, not least thanks to its connection to Sherlock Holmes.

The three part series is based on the inspired-by-true-events novel of the same name, which chronicled Arthur Conan Doyle’s foray into solving real mysteries himself, just like his famous creations Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.

This chain of events occurs in the wake of Conan Doyle’s wife’s death, when he becomes aware of George Edalji's case, a man who is being wrongly accused of some very serious crimes.

With the assistance of his servant Alfred, Clunes’ Arthur must find the truth. The trailer teases a fantastically meta walkabout in a misty moor, too. Here’s the video…
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Elementary season 3 episode 13 review: Hemlock

Having perfected the art of the the cliff-hanger, Elementary delivers a doozy to spice up this week’s workaday, if entertaining episode…

This review contains spoilers.

3.13 Hemlock

At the end of an episode that represented a return to the status quo following Kitty’s eventful departure last week, Elementary surprised us with yet another thrilling cliff-hanger - the third in four episodes, if I’m counting right.

Somebody is trying to poison Watson.

Unwittingly taking the blow for the attempted assassination was Andrew, Watson’s soon-to-be-ex (in more ways than one, depending on the efficacy of that toxin). Getting dumped is bad enough, but getting your latte spiked with poison at the same time? That’s tough.

It’s a good job the writers hadn’t wasted any time imbuing Andrew with anything resembling a personality over the past three months. Had we cared a jot about Programmer McTechy, his
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