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There are moments in “3 Days” that will make you laugh out loud, and when it isn't trying to melt your heart, it's trying to get it racing. But in the end, you'll be left with a movie that you wish you could like more than you do.
With Super Bowl XLVIII weekend in full swing, "Ride Along" remained strong, steering Universal Pictures into the No. 1 slot in a surprising three-week takeover at the box office.
Kenneth Branagh's role as a director began with the story of a valiant king.
When was the last time a liberal Democrat who was a major national figure actually had to back down because of skeletons in his or her closet ("Hillary's skeleton stampede," Commentary, Jan. 10)?
Alec Baldwin's new weekly MSNBC talk show was suspended for two episodes after the actor was videotaped using an anti-gay epithet against a photographer during a New York street encounter.
Best-selling author Tom Clancy, whose wildly successful technological thrillers made him one of the biggest publishing phenomena of his time, has died. He was 66.
Imagine, if you will, the 2014 election. A charismatic conservative woman - another Sarah Palin - is running for the Senate seat of a Democrat lion long in fang.
Ian Fleming gave us James Bond. Robert Ludlum gave us Jason Bourne. Now authors Wayne Simmons and Mark Graham give us a novel with an unapologetically pro-American master of espionage, Jake Conlan. Not since Tom Clancy created Jack Ryan has a U.S. audience had such a compelling spy to root for.
For a little while it looked as if Ben Affleck might try to be the next Harrison Ford: He starred in action movies like "Daredevil" and "Armageddon" and even briefly filled Mr. Ford's old shoes in the role of Tom Clancy hero Jack Ryan in 2002's "The Sum of All Fears."