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PopUps: Justin Bieber's Dad is #Proud of Son's Penis

Oct 9
After Justin Bieber's nudes hit the web this week, the singer's father took to Twitter to tell his son he is a "proud daddy."

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Steve Jobs Plays Dual Role of Hero, Villain in the Movies

By Michael Liedtke | Oct 9
If he were still around, it's easy to imagine that Steve Jobs would be summoning all his powers of persuasion to protect a legacy that's getting muddied with each cinematic take on his fascinating life.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Spy

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 9
Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne and Jason Statham should all be considered for year-end awards. "Spy" is high among the year's best comedies.

Cinema Review :: The Final Girls

By Kevin Taft | Oct 9
The best skewering of the horror genre since "Scream," the hilarious "The Final Girls" deserves to become a huge horror/comedy hit, if not a future cult classic.

Cinema Review :: 99 Homes

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9
"99 homes" offers a pair of superb performances by Michael Shannon and Andrew Garfield, who play characters on opposite ends of the recent market crash and its consequences.

Cinema Review :: Big Stone Gap

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9
This film plays out with a wonderful list of colorful characters that at first seem that they are right out of a Robert Altman movie, but you soon realize that they would easily fit into a Christopher Guest farce, too.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Batkid Begins

By Louise Adams | Oct 9
What started as a simple wish for a five-year-old leukemia survivor and became an international phenomenon is chronicled in director Dana Nachman's heartwarming documentary.

Cinema Review :: Pan

By Kevin Taft | Oct 9
A wonderfully inventive, Spielbergian adventure that doesn't steer the boat in new directions thematically, but has enough eye-catching whimsy you can't help but be entertained.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Emperor of the North

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 9
In documenting the particulars of the character's physical acts, this movie moves the way that a train does: with no diversions.

Cinema Review :: Trash

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9
This spirited thriller about a group of Brazilian teens racing to crack a code -- and a case of police corruption -- may not be realistic, but it has the zest and spirit of movies like "Slumdog Millionaire."

Cinema Review :: Portrait Of A Serial Monogamist

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 9
This John Mitchell and Christina Zeidler written and directed comedy is something of a lesbian "Trainwreck," if you will, North of the border.

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