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Utah’s Rout, TCU’s Escape Highlight Wild Week 4 in College Football

Big showings by Utah and UCLA shook up the Pac-12 race, while exciting finishes made the Big 12 must watch television. Here are the big storylines from this week in college football...

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Matt Kenseth Wins NASCAR’s Sylvania 300 Chase Race

Matt Kenseth passed an out-of-fuel Kevin Harvick late and held on to win the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday.

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The Packers Can Beat the Seahawks & What Else We Learned in NFL Week 2

The Seahawks are winless, and the Cowboys are Tony Romo-less. For now. Here’s what we learned in Week 2 of the NFL.

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Big Upsets, Wild Comebacks Highlight an Exciting Week 3 of College Football

Chaos reigned supreme as upsets shook up the Top Ten and wild comebacks ended in dramatic fashion. Here are some of the highlights from this week in college football...

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‘Demolition’ Review: A Strong Jake Gyllenhaal Performance in a Weak Movie

Naomi Watts’ is the second-billed star in Jean-Marc Vallée’s Demolition. On the film’s official Fox Searchlight website, her name appears above the title next to Jake Gyllenhaal’s. But she barely appears in the film’s trailer. She’s onscreen for less than one second. She says just three words. (“You miss her?”) It’s almost like the trailer is trying to hide her.

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Heart Get the Little Things Right in Ohio: Concert Review

Heart's recent visit to Cleveland found them delighting the crowd with both expected and unexpected moments.

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‘Jurassic World’ Review: The Park Is Open and Full of Dumb People

When all you care about is money, bad things happen. That’s the message of Jurassic World, where greedy theme-park executives hoping to spike attendance engineer the “Indominus Rex,” a genetically-modified dinosaur that immediately turns on its creators and runs amok. Designed as a cautionary tale about the dangers of building a meaner, badder monster purely for the sake of profits, Jurassic World works equally well as a cautionary tale about doing the same thing in movies. All of the rationalizations provided by Jurassic World’s employees — “Consumers want them bigger, louder, more teeth.” “Somebody’s gotta make sure this company has a future!” — could have been taken directly out of the mouths of the studio executives who approved this gene splice of a reboot and a sequel. Their creation — the Indominus or the movie, there’s basically no difference — is as advertised; huge, mean, and visually striking. But this experiment is not without consequences.

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‘Poltergeist’ Review: A Decent Remake Haunted By the Spirit of the Original

Everything that goes wrong in Poltergeist stems from an act of desecration; the building of a cookie-cutter housing development on top of an old cemetery. Some might find the sheer act of attempting a remake of Poltergeist similarly disrespectful; the 1982 original is something of a masterpiece of suburban terror. But if viewers can look past the sheer audacity of attempting another Poltergeist, they’ll find a solid modernization, the cinematic equivalent of a decent cover version of a great rock song. It’s totally superfluous, and not nearly as satisfying as the original, but well-performed and effective in its own way. It’s nice (or, in this case, deeply unsettling) to revisit an old classic in a new arrangement.

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‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Review: A Vanilla Movie About Kinky Sex

Christian Grey is an unusual guy. He’s the world’s most eligible billionaire bachelor and an enormously powerful businessman. He’s an avid jogger, an exceptional piano player, and a licensed helicopter pilot. He also really like the color gray. He wears gray suits and ties, drives a gray car to his gray office building (which is called Grey House) under gray Seattle skies, where his assistant dresses in—you guessed it—gray. (For the record, his office chairs are white but the couches are gray too.) And, oh yeah, he’s into kinky sex, including bondage, spanking, and domination.

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The Hobbit Movie Continues to Bring ’em In!

The final movie of "The Hobbit" by Peter Jackson is doing pretty well around the world.

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