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By Bob Harris | January 14, 2009
The feel-bad film of the season is ?Revolutionary Road,? which is just fine if you are up for a night of emotional carnage. The film presents an unyielding darkness that might repel most moviegoers in these brutal economic times. The film is adapted by Justin Haythe from Richard Yates? novel of the same name and directed by Sam Mendes. This vision of existential dread in America will scare more moviegoers than even the best horror movies. Set primarily in suburbia of the late 1950s, ?
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By By Lauren Hilgers | December 21, 2005
Children decorate cookies and meet Santa at Burbank Boys and Girls Club annual Christmas celebration.Biting his lip and shifting from one foot to another, 11-year-old K.C. Mattison was having trouble determining his cartoon allegiances on Thursday. But K.C. was in luck. A team of illustrators from the Walt Disney Co. occupied the lounge at the Burbank Boys and Girls Club and were willing to fulfill his every request, from drawings of Gonzo and Chicken Little to a sketch of Winnie the Pooh for his sister.
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By Bob Harris | January 14, 2009
The feel-bad film of the season is ?Revolutionary Road,? which is just fine if you are up for a night of emotional carnage. The film presents an unyielding darkness that might repel most moviegoers in these brutal economic times. The film is adapted by Justin Haythe from Richard Yates? novel of the same name and directed by Sam Mendes. This vision of existential dread in America will scare more moviegoers than even the best horror movies. Set primarily in suburbia of the late 1950s, ?
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