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Tom Davis, a writer who with Al Franken helped develop some of the most popular skits in the early years of "Saturday Night Live," died Thursday at age 59.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" — Marc Webb's reboot of Sam Raimi's 2002 kickoff to the popular and profitable superhero franchise — has managed to charm critics and audiences despite the fact that, almost to a man, everyone who has seen the film has declared it unnecessary.
Richard Dawson brought a saucy, unabashedly touchy-feely style to TV game shows as host of "Family Feud."
Richard Dawson, the wisecracking British entertainer who was among the schemers in the 1960s sitcom "Hogan's Heroes" and a decade later began kissing thousands of female contestants as host of the game show "Family Feud," has died. He was 79.
The story of a Wes Anderson movie is drawn from real life, or something like it, but at no time does anything resembling reality actually intrude.
They protect Earth from the dastardly aliens who roam among us, but Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones can only manage mediocre reviews from critics in "Men in Black 3."
"Saturday Night Live" has seen its fair share of brilliant performers. John Belushi and Chevy Chase in the early years; budding movie stars including Eddie Murphy and Mike Myers later on; Adam Sandler and Chris Farley; Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon. But none got the emotional sendoff reserved for Kristen Wiig.
The contradiction inherent to all Wes Anderson films _ the juxtaposition of the meticulous artificiality of the settings and the passionately wistful emotions that are longing to burst free _ is at its most effective in a while in "Moonrise Kingdom."
In Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom," the famously meticulous director takes his fastidiously fashioned world and flings it into the woods.