Roger Ebert is facing multiple health issues, but at 70 he reviewed a personal-record 300-plus movies in 2012. Who's down Brad Pitt's "Killing Them Softly" was one of only two 2012 movies that earned a grade of "F" on the fan rating system CinemaScore.
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The Eaux Claires Music & Art Festival photographed Saturday, July 18.
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The comedian will perform at sold-out Target Center first, then head to Acme Comedy Company in the North Loop.
Should Hillary Clinton become the president, Bill Clinton would become the first male White House spouse. This poses a pressing question for Americans: what would we call him?
Adele kicked off the first of her two-night Adele Live 2016 North American tour stop at Xcel Energy Center on Tuesday night.
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James Bond fans hoping that Daniel Craig will reprise the role after "Spectre" hits theaters in November will be crying into their martinis, as the actor says, "All I want to do is move on."
"Jurassic World" out-earned all the other throwback films combined to become the third-highest grossing movie ever. But while the season is on target to become one of the highest-grossing summers in history, the majority of the studios would probably opt for a do-over.
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