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Movie review: Apocalyptic, prophetic and thrilling, �Mad Max� is the movie of the summer

The movie of the summer thunders in on 22 armor-spiked wheels, because an 18-wheeler just wouldn't do on "Fury Road." Read more

'Welcome to Me' is highly gawkable

"Why doesn't it look like 'Oprah'?" Alice (Kristen Wiig) asks about the production value of her recently launched, guest-free talk show. Responds one of the many employees who can't believe this series is happening: "Because you ate a cake made out of hamburger and started crying." Read more

Director goes back to the bleak future with 'Mad Max'

In the late 1970s, cinema and science fiction transformed forever. With "Star Wars," George Lucas launched the era of the intergalactic blockbuster, while Ridley Scott's "Alien" delivered a sinister vision with some of the most horrific space creature design ever shot. Read more

Director goes back to the bleak future with 'Mad Max'

In the late 1970s, cinema and science fiction transformed forever. With "Star Wars," George Lucas launched the era of the intergalactic blockbuster, while Ridley Scott's "Alien" delivered a sinister vision with some of the most horrific space creature design ever shot. Read more

'D Train' star James Marsden discusses his journey from Oklahoma to movie-star fame

A former Versace model, actor James Marsden is a man of many talents. He sings, he dances and is fluent in both comic and dramatic roles. Born in Oklahoma, he left college to follow his dream to Los Angeles. Unlike so many who try, he made it, starting first with stints on television and moving t... Read more

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