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Danny Tanner no more

CAMDEN – Bob Saget was at the Tweeter Center Saturday night performing among nine other comedians on “Opie and Anthony’s Traveling Virus Tour.” The Temple News caught up with television’s most loveable dad and chatted about his career, his past, and his days at Temple – just don’t refer to him as Danny Tanner.…

At the Oscars, Brokeback Mountain ain’t broke yet

2005 was the year of the little movies that took big risks. Movie studios took major leaps of faiths on films that could have fallen flat on their faces, but instead caught the admiration of critics and moviegoers alike.And although all five movies up for best picture; Brokeback Mountain, Capote, Crash, Good Night and Good Luck and Munich are each different in their own right, each film did something quite similar.…

Paul Walker confesses challenges on mafia film

Paul Walker, of the Fast and the Furious, has been regarded by some movie critics as a mediocre actor, but with looks that could kill. While girls swoon in his hunky presence, most men dismiss Walker as just another pretty boy trying to make it big in the acting world.All that may change with the release of his latest movie, Running Scared.…

New York City’s secret society

For many, New York City is the city that never sleeps. For director Viktor David, it is the home of the Mole People, a society of people that dwell in the abandoned subway tunnels beneath the city’s busy streets.…

MOVIE REVIEWS

Love & Basketball: more than just a game Love & Basketball pretty much sums up what the movie is about: two individuals who have known and loved each other since childhood, who both envision playing basketball professionally, who encounter different paths in achieving their dreams.…