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Numbers: Will Amita Accept Charlie's Proposal?

25 September 2009 2:55 PM, PDT | TVGuide.com - Features | See recent TVGuide - Features news »

Numbers</i> | Photo Credits: Monty Brinton/CBS" style="margin:0 5px 5px" />Not every TV cliff-hanger features gunshots, explosions and possible deaths. In the case of Numbers, the season ended with fans eager to hear whether Amita (Navi Rawat) would accept a proposal from Charlie (David Krumholtz).

See the best of last season's cliff-hangers

The good news: Fans won't have to wait long for Amita's answer ...

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- Adam Bryant

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Numbers: Will Amita Accept Charlie's Proposal?

25 September 2009 2:55 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Numbers</i> | Photo Credits: Monty Brinton/CBS" style="margin:0 5px 5px" />Not every TV cliff-hanger features gunshots, explosions and possible deaths. In the case of Numbers, the season ended with fans eager to hear whether Amita (Navi Rawat) would accept a proposal from Charlie (David Krumholtz).

See the best of last season's cliff-hangers

The good news: Fans won't have to wait long for Amita's answer ...

Read More > »

- Adam Bryant

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the Your Movie Sucks© files

27 June 2009 11:52 AM, PDT | blogs.suntimes.com/ebert | See recent Roger Ebert's Blog news »

Gathered here in one convenient place are my recent reviews that awarded films Zero Stars, One-half Star, One Star, and One-and-a-half Stars. These are, generally speaking to be avoided. Sometimes I hear from readers who confess they are in the mood to watch a really bad movie on some form of video. If you are sincere, be sure to know what you're getting: A really bad movie.

Be aware, movies that fall into the category of "so bad they're good" should generally get Two Stars. And when Pauline Kael wrote, "The movies are so rarely great art that if we cannot appreciate great trash, we shouldn't go at all"--well, great trash should ideally get 2.5 stars or even higher.

Many of these reviews were written in the carefree spirit of those in my books Your Movie Sucks and I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie. Cheap shots and snark are permitted. »

- Roger Ebert

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Black Risks Fury With Bible Rant

23 June 2009 5:05 AM, PDT | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Jack Black is set to upset a number of religious groups after making jokes about the Bible - insisting the sacred text was written by "an idiot."

The School of Rock actor plays a caveman who embarks on an epic trek to find the end of the Earth in upcoming film Year One - a homage to Monty Python film Life of Brian, which provoked uproar when it was released in 1979.

Black, who was raised as a Jew, is set to cause more controversy after he dismissed the stories of the Old Testament and admitted he doesn't believe the Biblical writings.

He says, "Do you believe that God came down and went 'I have to make the Earth'? And then said, 'I'm going to invent nighttime and daytime'. You don't invent nighttime, it's just the Earth turning. It was written by kind of an idiot.

"He didn't know basic stuff... As a document it definitely reads like, 'This is written by somebody, this is somebody writing some stuff'." »

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Year One Review

22 June 2009 10:43 AM, PDT | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

Year One Directed by: Harold Ramis Written by: Harold Ramis, Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg Starring: Jack Black, Michael Cera, David Cross, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Hank Azaria, Vinnie Jones, June Diane Raphael, Juno Temple, Paul Rudd, Olivia Wilde Some 25 years ago, Harold Ramis was one of the top comedy writer/actor/directors working in Hollywood. From his start on Sctv to his involvement in such classic films as Animal House, Caddyshack, and Stripes, to what would arguably be the high point of his career, Ghostbusters, he had a hand in some of the most memorable comedies of all time. He kept directing throughout the '90s and into the 2000s, but the quality of his output dropped off until, somewhere along the way, he managed to hook up with the Judd Apatow crew. After scoring a small role in Knocked Up, he went on to direct a handful of episodes of The Office, »

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'Year One' Cheat Sheet: Everything You Need To Know

19 June 2009 3:51 AM, PDT | MTV Movie News | See recent MTV Movie News news »

We take you back to the beginning of time — or at least the start of the film's production.

By Eric Ditzian

Jack Black and Michael Cera in "Year One"

Photo: Sony Pictures

We could offer you our own one-line plot description for "Year One," a high-concept comedy set in biblical times, but we prefer star Jack Black's pithy take: "Just two dudes wandering through early civilization."

The dudes in question are Black and Michael Cera, two buddies living in an ancient hunter/gatherer society, trying to hit on ladies and prove their manliness to the tough guys in the village. Neither of these pursuits are working out too well, and after Zed bites into some forbidden fruit and accidently burns everyone's huts down, the two friends set out on an epic journey through time, the Bible and the very limits of PG-13 comedy.

While you might not have been »

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No Coward in Coward

23 March 2009 1:59 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

"I was a little annoyed when I went backstage to see Ian McShane in The Homecoming and he said, 'Oh, yes, that's Simon Jones. He's a sort of professional Englishman, isn't he?' " Adds Jones, "I suppose he jumped on my accent. I can speak with an American accent and do so with audio books. I've lived here 25 years." Still, Jones is very much identified with playing upper-crust Brits, most notably on television: He was Bridey in 1981's Brideshead Revisited and the feckless Arthur Dent in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. But on Broadway he is noted for his work in the plays of Noël Coward. He has appeared in Private Lives (opposite Joan Collins) and Waiting in the Wings and Off-Broadway in a lesser-known Coward work, Long Island Sound. Now he's back on Broadway in Blithe Spirit, starring Angela Lansbury, Rupert Everett, and Christine Ebersole, in which he »

- Simi Horwitz

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