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Game Review: 'The Last Of Us: Remastered' Breathes New Life Into Old Game

Aug. 12
Tony Weidinger
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One of the top selling games for 2013 has been remastered for Sony's high-definition next-gen console. Is it worth another $50? The answer is more complicated then just yes or no.

Real 'Good Morning Vietnam' Airman Shares Memories Of Robin Williams (Video)

Aug. 12
By Beth Ford Roth
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Retired airman Adrian Cronauer said he was "gobsmacked” upon learning of Robin Williams' death on Monday. Williams portrayed Cronauer in the 1987 film "Good Morning Vietnam."

Robin Williams A Beloved Figure On USO Tours (Video)

Aug. 11
By Beth Ford Roth
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Actor Robin Williams, who died Monday at age 63 of an apparent suicide, had visited both Afghanistan and Iraq in 2010 as part of a USO tour to bring entertainment to the troops during the holidays. But it was his visit to Kuwait in 2007, and how his military audience reacted during the retreat ceremony, that may have been the most memorable.

One Word 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Review: Cowabungled

Aug. 8
By Beth Accomando
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Michael Bay seems to have it in for anyone who grew up in the 80s, first by ruining “Transformers” and now by laying siege on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (opening August 8 throughout San Diego).

Film Review: Documentary Introduces Audiences To The Amazing 'Pablo' Ferro

Aug. 7
By Beth Accomando
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The documentary "Pablo" introduces you to the "famously unknown" graphic designer and art director Pablo Ferro. It is opening August 9 at the Digital Gym Cinema.

'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Conquer The Summer Doldrums

Aug. 1
By Beth Accomando
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“Guardians of the Galaxy” is the perfect summer movie, delivering exactly what you want from a comic book adaptation.

Rounding Up The Usual Suspects At 'Circustantial Evidence'

Aug. 1
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker
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The Circus Collective of San Diego wants to expand awareness of the circus arts through the development and production of original shows such as "Circustantial Evidence: A Circus Noir Murder Mystery."

The Perfection Of 'I Origins'

July 30
By Beth Accomando
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Indie film "I Origins" opened on Comic-Con weekend and was overshadowed by the massive pop culture convention, but this is one movie worth checking out.

Rants And Raves: Comic-Con 2014

July 29
By Beth Accomando
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The 45th Comic-Con International just ended (sob, sob) and it’s 342 days till the next one (yay!).

Comic-Con Begins!

July 23
Midday Edition
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Wednesday night the 45th San Diego Comic-Con kicks off with preview night. Comic-Con began in a hotel basement and now takes over the entire San Diego Convention Center, sprawls out into the Gaslamp Quarter, attracts 125,000 attendees and pours more than $135 million into the San Diego economy.

James Garner Served In Korean War, Awarded Purple Heart Twice

July 21
By Beth Ford Roth
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James Scott Bumgarner, a.k.a. James Garner, served in the Merchant Marines, the Oklahoma National Guard, and the U.S. Army. Garner was injured in the Korean War and twice awarded the Purple Heart before being discharged in 1952.

Batman, Zombies And Whovians To Descend On Comic-Con

July 21
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker
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Preview night for Comic-Con is Wednesday, but vendors are arriving already with the bigger, more elaborate booths beginning to be unloaded Monday at the San Diego Convention Center.

Review: 'Video Games: The Movie' Offers A Feel-Good Look At Gaming

July 18
By Beth Accomando
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Video games have become a $24 billion a year business, surpassing movies, but they still don’t get much respect and are often the object of criticism. But "Video Games: The Movie" (opening July 18 at the Digital Gym Cinema) serves up a celebration of gaming.

Cinema Under The Stars Offers Perfect Setting For Outdoor Movies

July 17
By Beth Accomando
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With summer in full swing you might not want to waste a balmy night inside a darkened theater. So how about spending an evening under the stars with Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole?

Review: 'Le Chef' Serves Up French Confection

July 11
By Beth Accomando
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Last month, Jon Favreau served up a comedy about an American chef pursuing his gastronomic passions. Now "Le Chef" (opening July 11 at Landmark's Hillcrest Cinemas) delivers food porn with a French twist.