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Updated: July 26, 2014 10:12:42 PM PDT
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Can a phenomenon be repeated? "Sharknado" director Anthony C. Ferrante is about to find out. No, we're not talking about tornadoes filled with man-eating fish. Ferrante has finished "Sharknado 2: The Second One," and he's hoping to surprise critics again with his ridiculous sequel, which debuts on the Syfy network at 9 p.m. Wednesday.   Read More...
 
Photo by Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Daily News
Can a phenomenon be repeated? "Sharknado" director Anthony C. Ferrante is about to find out. No, we're not talking about tornadoes filled with man-eating fish. Ferrante has finished "Sharknado 2: The Second One," and he's hoping to surprise critics again with his ridiculous sequel, which debuts on the Syfy network at 9 p.m. Wednesday.   Read More...
 
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Guitarist Gary Pihl spent the late 1970s playing with Sammy Hagar before he joined the classic rock band Boston, and has appreciated both experiences. "What you see is what you get. He's a fun-loving guy. He's always in a great mood. And a great singer," Pihl said of working with Hagar.   Read More...
 
AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Jessica Forde
So let's start with the enticing premise of Luc Besson's "Lucy," starring Scarlett Johansson: Human beings only use 10 percent of their brain capacity. Imagine what it would be like if we could access all of it? Well, wow. It would be sort of like ... nothing new. Because, it turns out, in real life, humans pretty much DO use their whole brains.   Read More...
 
Two old pros show the kids how chemistry works in a romantic comedy in "And So It Goes," a love-the-last-time-around romp that'll give its target audience the warm fuzzies. Diane Keaton dons one stylishly kicky outfit after another, where the perfectly-coiffed Michael Douglas plays her permanently grumpy Realtor neighbor.   Read More...
 
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Those of us waiting for Woody Allen's return to nostalgia after "Midnight in Paris," fans who figure his love of 1920s "Hot Jazz" and theatrical, dated dialogue make him most at home with period pieces, are in for something of a letdown with "Magic in the Moonlight."   Read More...
 
 
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