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Toronto 2016: The Net review

13 September 2016 5:36 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★☆☆ Kim Ki-duk's career has often progressed in distinct waves - from the nasty sexual violence of his dark early work to the magical realism that produced Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter…and Spring and 3-Iron. Since the glorious grotesquery of 2013's Moebius, he's perhaps made a move into territory that nobody could have expected from a perennially bold provocateur, one of conformity and restraint. Both One on One and Stop were flawed but conventional thrillers, albeit with distinct political motivations, and the same is true of his slightly more successful new film The Net.

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- CineVue

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Kim Ki-duk’s 'The Net' sells to Japan

17 August 2016 2:40 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Controversial Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk’s The Net, set to world premiere at the upcoming Venice Film Festival, has pre-sold to seven countries including Japan (King Records).

The film also sold to Norway (As Fidalgo Film Distribution), Poland (Aurora Films), Turkey (Bir Film) and the Benelux countries (Contact Film).

The Net is set to receive its North American premiere in the Toronto International Film Festival’s Masters section next month.

The film will also screen in the Cinema In The Garden section at Venice – a festival where Kim has been a regular and where he previously won the Golden Lion for best film in 2012 with Pieta and the Silver Lion for best director in 2004 with 3-Iron. His One On One opened Venice Days in 2014.

The cast of The Net is headed by Ryoo Seung-bum (The Berlin File) and also features Lee Won-gun, Kim Young-min and Choi Guy-hwa.

The story follows a North Korean fisherman who accidentally ends up »

- hjnoh2007@gmail.com (Jean Noh)

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John McLaughlin, TV Pundit and Nixon Speechwriter, Dead at 89

16 August 2016 3:06 PM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

John McLaughlin, the conservative talk-show host and pop-culture lightning rod who helmed the long-running roundtable TV show The McLaughlin Group, has died. He was 89.

The McLaughlin Group Facebook page reported the news. "Earlier this morning, a beloved friend and mentor, Dr. John McLaughlin, passed away peacefully at the age of 89," the statement read. "As a former Jesuit priest, teacher, pundit and news host, John touched many lives. For 34 years, The McLaughlin Group informed millions of Americans. Now he has said bye bye for the last time, to rejoin his beloved dog, »

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John McLaughlin, Longtime Host of ‘The McLaughlin Group,’ Dies at 89

16 August 2016 2:19 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

John McLaughlin, the conservative TV pundit who hosted a weekly public affairs roundtable series “The McLaughlin Group” for nearly 35 years, died Tuesday. He was 89.

“As a former Jesuit priest, teacher, pundit and news host, John touched many lives,” “McLaughlin Group” said in a statement posted on its Facebook page. “For 34 years, ‘The McLaughlin Group’ informed millions of Americans. Now he has said bye bye for the last time, to rejoin his beloved dog, Oliver, in heaven. He will always be remembered.”

McLaughlin launched the half-hour program in 1982. He was known for his bombastic, jowly demeanor and direct approach to debating the week’s headlines and issues with four other panelists. He was often heard to shout “wrong!” when he disagreed with a subject. He signature sign-off was an exaggerated pronunciation of “Bye-bye.”

The series has been a staple of public TV stations around the country and has aired since 2008 on Wcbs-tv New York and NBC affiliate Wusa-tv »

- Maria Cavassuto

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Paul McCartney Talks Unreleased Beatles Music and Working With Kanye West: 'I Think He's a Great Artist'

10 August 2016 11:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Sir Paul McCartney surprised many fans when he teamed up with rapper Kanye West for a series of songs in early 2015. Now in his upcoming cover story for Rolling Stone , the rock icon revealed what it was like inside their musical collaboration. West is known for being headstrong when it comes to his music, but McCartney insists that it was a true partnership . And before he agreed, the former Beatle had some terms. "The only deal I made with Kanye was that if it doesn't work, we won't tell anyone," he says. "I didn't know his system. I'd heard things like, »

- Jordan Runtagh, @jordanruntagh

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Paul McCartney Talks Unreleased Beatles Music and Working With Kanye West: 'I Think He's a Great Artist'

10 August 2016 11:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Sir Paul McCartney surprised many fans when he teamed up with rapper Kanye West for a series of songs in early 2015. Now in his upcoming cover story for Rolling Stone , the rock icon revealed what it was like inside their musical collaboration. West is known for being headstrong when it comes to his music, but McCartney insists that it was a true partnership . And before he agreed, the former Beatle had some terms. "The only deal I made with Kanye was that if it doesn't work, we won't tell anyone," he says. "I didn't know his system. I'd heard things like, »

- Jordan Runtagh, @jordanruntagh

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Paul McCartney Covers Prince’s ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ in Minneapolis (Video)

5 May 2016 8:11 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Paul McCartney paid tribute to Prince during his concert in Minneapolis on Wednesday, dedicating the “One on One” tour stop to “the late, great Prince.” “Minneapolis, Prince,” McCartney said, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. “Prince, Minneapolis. It goes together.” McCartney launched into Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” during the encore, with Prince’s iconic purple logo emblazoned on the screen behind the performer. See Video: Prince Update: Addiction Expert's Lawyer Shares Emergency Plan to Save Singer The music icon died on April 21 at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota. He was 57. The autopsy was completed two weeks ago, »

- Beatrice Verhoeven

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'Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! Allahu Akbar!': Nazeem Hussain's bogan-Muslim army

28 February 2016 8:09 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The Melbourne comedian who is definitely not a host on The Project on what unites extremist Muslims and Australian patriots

Melbourne comedian Nazeem Hussain tells me he’s wearing his one and only “good shirt” (a paisley blue number) as per directions from his manager. One on one he’s more relaxed than his cranked-to-10 onstage persona; he’s thoughtful, funny and generous with a frothy, contagious laugh. Besides having two legs, two arms and a chinful of stubble, he does not look a lick like Waleed Aly.

Related: Comedy festival season 2016: 10 Australian acts not to be missed

They just want to lose their whole Muslim identity. It’s a sad reality but that’s what people do to survive

Related: Laughing in the face of danger: the state of satire in the Muslim world

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- Monica Tan

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5 Questions With Kyla Pratt of Freeform’s “Recovery Road”

12 February 2016 12:59 PM, PST | ChannelGuideMag | See recent ChannelGuideMag news »

Kyla Pratt has been an actress for most of her life. She voiced Penny Proud on Disney Channel’s The Proud Family, starred on the Upn’s One on One and in all 5 films in the Dr. Dolittle franchise, and stole every scene she was in in Bet’s Let’s Stay Together. Now Pratt returns to her scene stealing ways in Freeform’s Recovery Road as recovering addict Trish Collins, roommate to the series’ central character, Maddie (played by Jessica Sula). Pratt describes bubbly and vibrant character as “someone who had everything going right, but then got involved in the wrong stuff.” She also laughs that … Continue reading →

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- Kellie Freeze

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