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Highlights YouTube: The battle with TV is already over Man had smoke, rum before nearly drowning Dolphins may concede state dollars crime A judge on Thursday granted a $100,000 bond to the man accused of killing four in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 95 - but Willie Dumel won't be getting out jail anytime soon.
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Movie Nation: Today's screening: "Expendables 2"
"Roid Rage, the movie?" I kid. Wasn't nuts about the original film (hell, if you lived through the '80s and the action films therein, you've seen this. Too many times to count. But "Expendables 2" could be good. I've already seen two very good August movies.
AP News: Fla. Puerto Ricans could play a key election role
FL State Wire LAURA WIDES-MUNOZ Published: 19 minutes ago In this July 5, 2012, photo, retired police officer Hector Rodriquez sits in his office in Kissimmee, Fla. Rodriguez is a self-described fiscal conservative and a military hawk, with one son in the Army and another in the Coast Guard.
Movie Nation: Box Office: "Dark Knight" drops from $180 estimates to $163
Can we directly attribute the plunge in "Dark Knight Rises" box office take to the Colorado shootings? Probably. The movie did gangbuster business Thursday night, and very good all day Friday. But after a sad day of remembrance and downbeat TV coverage, the wind went right out of the sails of those who were planning on going.
Movie Nation: Movie Preview: "Epic," the next one from Blue Sky
One thing that "Rio" told us (SOME of us, anyway) was that if Blue Sky Studios could ever get past the "Ice Age" rent money movies they've been making for Fox, they might seriously challenge Pixar and Dreamworks and give us a real choice in the sorts of animated movies for kids offered at theaters.
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Movie Nation: Will Eisner be tapped to direct "Stretch Armstrong"?
Given this project's long, tortured production history, getting then losing the then-hot Taylor Lautner as its star, losing its studio. Given that it's a movie about a toy ("Transformers" and "Battleship" and assorted Barbie direct-to-DVD films being its predecessors), why would anybody want to direct "Stretch Armstrong"?
Movie Nation: Movie Preview: "V/H/S"
A cut-rate horror picture with videotape as its magical agent? A little "Blair Witch," a little "The Ring." With hints of "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer." Looks pretty scary.