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Thursday, July 21,2011

All's well that ends well

By Rick Bentley
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is a rare gift. Long-running film franchises generally either fade away or leave fans hanging. Director David Yates takes advantage of the opportunity to close the book on this series by creating a film finale that embraces deep emotional moments with the same passion that it celebrates huge action sequences.
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Monday, February 22,2010

Quirky 'Modern Family' has the right formula

By Rick Bentley
LOS ANGELES — ABC took a major gamble in September when it opted to launch four new half-hour comedies as a two-hour package on Wednesday nights.
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Tuesday, February 9,2010

'Community' stars hope they get a passing grade from NBC

By Rick Bentley
LOS ANGELES — Decisions as to which network shows will be asked back for the 2010-2011 season will made over the next couple months. For NBC's new comedy "Community," it's like being a college freshman with a 2.0 GPA — it's doing OK but there's no guarantee it will return for a sophomore year.
Tuesday, February 9,2010

'Valentine's Day' an ideal date movie

By Rick Bentley
When making movies, it's possible to have too much of a good thing. Director Garry Marshall's romantic comedy "Valentine's Day" is loaded with more stars than a season of "The Love Boat," "Dancing With the Stars" and "Celebrity Rehab" combined. The result: celebrity overkill.
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Tuesday, January 5,2010

Season-opening episode of 'Nip/Tuck,' Wednesday on FX

By Rick Bentley
It took 91 episodes of "Nip/Tuck," but Dr. Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) may finally grow a backbone. In Wednesday night's season opener — the first of the last nine episodes in the series — McNamara finally realizes all of the bad in his life can be traced back to his plastic surgery partner, Dr. Christian Troy (Julian McMahon).
Friday, November 13,2009

'Twilight' success has turned Robert Pattinson into a global star

By Rick Bentley
LOS ANGELES — Maybe it can be dismissed as simply his British background, but Robert Pattinson says he hasn't really been affected by the mountains of attention he's garnered since Twilight. "I still feel I'm pretty much exactly the same, which is maybe not a good thing," Pattinson, who plays the always brooding Edward in the "Twilight" movies, says with a smile.
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