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    Obituary: Harold Ramis Was a Serious Filmmaker Who Made Us Laugh

    It’s appropriate that Harold Ramis played the straight-faced, data-crunching member of the Ghostbusters, because he had all the big ideas. More than just the nice guy from the Second City class that defined American movie comedy post-1980 both behind and in front of the camera, Ramis was a serious f...

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    RIP Harold Ramis, 'Groundhog Day' Director Dead at Age 69 (TRAILERS)

    Formidably smart Hollywood comedy triple threat Harold Ramis has died at age 69 after struggling for four years with a rare autoimmune disorder. Anarchic comedy classics that will be remembered include his "Groundhog Day" (1993) and "Ghostbusters" (1984), among the all-time highest-grossing comedies...

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    Filmmaker, Writer and Actor Harold Ramis Dies at 69

    Harold Ramis, the filmmaker, writer and actor best known for helming the beloved Bill Murray comedy "Groundhog Day" and starring opposite the actor in the "Ghostbusters" movies died early today at age 69. According to reports, he passed away due to a rare disease involving the swelling of blood vess...

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    Bill Murray To Present Award At The Oscars For The First Time Plus Full List Of Presenters

    For the past month, you've likely seen variations of "[Insert Celebrity] To Present At The Oscars" headlines whizzing by your social media stream. Well the full list of A-listers, legends and other people set to walk across the Dolby Theatre stage and hand out statues has been revealed and if you ne...

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    Cameron Crowe's New Movie Starring Bradley Cooper & Emma Stone Is Coming This Christmas

    Each year, studios like to cram their best offerings into the Christmas season, and 2014 is shaping up to be no different. With "The Hobbit: There And Back Again," Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken," Ridley Scott's "Exodus," the star-studded musical "Into The Woods" and more, all coming within weeks of eac...

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    WATCH: Four Charming Clips from Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    A charming new clip from Wes Anderson's Berlin fave "The Grand Budapest Hotel" has arrived via Fox Searchlight, in which Zero (Tony Revolori) hatches a plan to protect baker Agatha (Saoirse Ronan). Watch that clip, plus three previously released teases, here.

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    Watch: Illuminating & Fascinating Hour-Long ‘Charlie Rose’ Interview With Bill Murray

    Though George Clooney’s wartime drama “Monuments Men” underwhelmed with critics last weekend, the film’s release has been a thrill simply for the many appearances from its star-studded cast. That especially holds true for Bill Murray, who last month held a candid Reddit AMA talking the folly of “Gar...

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    Berlinale: Take the 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Round-Table Interview Quiz

    I hereby challenge you to take the following quiz on what I learned at Fox Searchlight's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" round-table junket interviews Friday at Berlin’s famous Hotel Adlon opposite the Brandenberg Gate.

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    'The Monuments Men' Cast On Jimmy Kimmel: Matt Damon and Bill Murray Steal the Show

    The cast of George Clooney's The Monuments Men have been everywhere lately, promoting a film that will need all their high-profile popularity to lure viewers in. Critics have rejected it. It is very rotten on Rotten Tomatoes. I found the World War II adventure about recovered art strangely flat. (Yo...

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    The Monuments Men

    It’s rare to find a movie that isn’t ironic or aloof, especially in its overarching goal, to pay tribute to an unpopular enterprise that paid off for posterity.

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