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3-D: Where do you stand on it now?

When the history of the current 3-D boom is written, the last couple of weeks may well go down as having marked the early rumblings of a tectonic shift — the moment when the movie industry’s underlying doubts and anxieties about 3-D began to crystallize, for the first time, in a very public way. On

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30 Tage - Charlie Sheen bekommt seine Strafe

Statt einem längeren Aufenthalt im Knast kommt Charlie Sheen für seine Gewaltausbrüche mit 30 Tagen in der Entzugsklinik davon.

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3-D: Still a movie thrill?

By Owen Gleiberman
Owen Gleiberman can think of two movies since ''Avatar'' where effect mattered to him; does 3-D still excite you?

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3-D Dance Flicks May Give Genre A 'Step Up'

On both sides of the Atlantic, 3-D dance movies are making it big. But it's not yet clear if the third dimension offers a revolutionary new way to portray dance on screen -- or just a flashy gimmick.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

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3-D boom going bust?

HOLLYWOOD, CA - High ticket prices, poor quality films, and customer complaints about image quality are causing increasing numbers of cinema patrons to avoid much of the recent crop of 3-D films. This article at CNN.com takes a look at the apparent declining customer interest.

A river of schlocky films certainly doesn't help boost attendance, but a river of overpriced, 3-D schlock may actually be steepening the decline. A July survey of more than 2,000 moviegoers by BTIG LLC, a broker-dealer firm, found increasing chafe at the high cost of 3-D films, which tend to carry around a $4 surcharge. That brings a $9 children's ticket to see, say, Despicable Me, up to $13 in New York City -- a despicable premium for a product that often provides little additional value to the movie-going experience, and may even detract from it.

Movie studios have never really risked broad consumer revolt against theatergoing because ticket prices have remained relatively low. Sure, theater attendance has suffered from a few slings and arrows, including the rise of the DVD and the increasing ease of online downloads. But the rollout of improved 3-D technology again gave the multipl...

3D: The Backlash

Bilson Wants To Rid Hollywood Of Body Obsession

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3 Idiots record on idiot box

The film 3 Idiots brought record viewership for Sony Television. The film aired last

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3 Idiots record on idiot box

The film 3 Idiots brought record viewership for Sony Television. The film aired last

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34 ill in S. China village after exposure to chemical gas leak


New Delhi, Aug. 5 (ANI): At least 34 villagers have taken ill after being exposed to poisonous gas leak from a chemical plant in south China”s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. A Xinhua report said Titanium tetrachloride, a gas with pungent odor, leaked Tuesday night from Guinan Titanium Co., Ltd. in Daoshui Township of Wuzhou City, [...]

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31 Recipes to Make for the Month of August

I enjoy August for the respite it gives me before I have to head back to the city and take up my regular routines. It's also an easy time in the kitchen. Usually I can whip up a quick salad or toss something on the barbeque. You don't need to make endlessly elaborate meals, because the fresh fruits and vegetables are so wonderful now, you can just eat those.

My lunch today consisted of some heirloom tomatoes mixed with cucumbers and capers in a vinaigrette. Then I had some peaches. If I had been hungrier, I might have put the tomatoes and cucumbers on toast. I often just put grilled vegetables out and let everyone make their own sandwiches with all the homemade condiments we have. In any case, the byword for August is relaxation.

Week 1 - August 1 - 7

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