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Finally…Nintendo rolls out its big guns.
Like the Kids in the Hall tour with Jews.
Jimmy Eat World, The Promise Ring, The (International) Noise Conspiracy, and Thursday are among the acts confirmed to appear at various stops. 10% of the tour's gross ticket sales will go to benefit the National Hopeline Network, a nationwide crisis counseling service.
The annual travelling digital film festival premieres digital shorts and features in an environment that mixes screenings, live music events, panel discussions and technology demonstrations.
Guess who's back? Back again. Tony's back. Tell a friend.
Donny Osmond hosts the latest incarnation of the game show with the greatest final round concept of all time.
A mild-mannered IRS agent travels to a remote desert region in search of missing money and stumbles into a strange small town. Solve the riddle of Push, Nevada at the end of a multi-episode arc and win the missing money that everyone is after.
Disney and Squaresoft bring us a game combining Final Fantasy-style role-playing with virtually every Disney franchise that's ever existed.
Schway.
New Found Glory, Something Corporate, Finch, and Further Seems Forever challenge the entire Vagrant roster as America's two most hated (and rival) record labels go on tour at the same time.
White. Jewish. Brown-educated. Cock mobster.
How do you top a blockbuster like Grand Theft Auto 3? Set the sequel in the 80s.
Because it's not enough to watch people act stupid on television.
Bling bling.
You know you're gonna see it.
Screenwriter Charlie Kaufman had to adapt a non-fiction book about a plant dealer who clones rare orchids and then sells them to collectors. When he couldn't, he wrote a screenplay about his struggles trying to adapt the said book instead. Spike Jonze directs.
Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights) attempts the impossible — making a good Adam Sandler movie.
The Fellowship of the Ring was only foreplay.
Jack Nicholson gives his, like, twelfth performance of a lifetime in Alexander Payne's tragicomic follow-up to Election.

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