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Results tagged with 'django unchained'

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Al Jazeera buys out Current TV

Published Jan. 4, 2013

If you traveled to the Middle East, or simply follow international news, then you've heard about Al Jazeera. Well, the Qatar-based broadcasting powerhouse just bought struggling Current TV.

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Matt's picks for the best (and worst) movies of 2012

Published Dec. 29, 2012

2012 was a great year for movies, but then again, I'd argue every year is a great year for movies. Chicago critic Richard Roeper once said saying there are no good films out is like saying there are no good books in a bookstore. Of course there are; you just need to look around sometimes. Thus, let's take one final look at the best movies 2012 had to offer.

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For 'Wheel of Fortune' it's all how you say it

Published Dec. 26, 2012

If you've been on Earth for less than 37 years, you don't know a time when "Wheel of Fortune" hasn't been on the air. And if you ponder that for a moment, it has to be surprising that it took that long for a vernacular error to cause a stir among the show's fan base.

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"Django Unchained" is off the hook

Published Dec. 25, 2012

Well, it took director Quentin Tarantino 20 years, but he finally got his Western ... kinda. Although it's fair to say he's been preparing his entire career with his raucously bloody shoot-'em-ups, Tarantino's time warming up has been well spent if "Django Unchained" is the final result

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Milwaukee Talks: John Axford

Published June 22, 2012

Milwaukee Brewers closer John Axford has done it all, having tended bar, cleared tables, sold data packages, started post-graduate work, starred in a music video and become a mustachioed folk hero. OnMilwaukee.com caught up with him as he still searches for his big screen big break, speaks about the city, education and the hardest drinks he ever had to make.

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Rev. Ron reviews "Django Unchained"

I'm a fan of Quentin Tarantino. Sure the guy is an insufferable ego maniac but when you have the talent to back up the enormous ego, I think you're allowed to be a little full of yourself. Let's face it, the guy is an artist. The man blends dialogue, music, editing, story, plot and amazing camera...


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