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Robert Downey returns as Tony Stark. Gwyneth Paltrow plays his girlfriend, Pepper Potts.
'Memories of earlier sci-fi dramas peek out of 'Oblivion' like bits of New York jutting out of the futuristic rubble.'
Critics review movie about Jackie Robinson and Brooklyn Dodgers Manager Branch Rickey, who desegregated baseball. The movie title was Robinson's team jersey number, now retired in his honor.
Tina Fey's acting and interaction between her and Lily Tomlin, who plays her mother, worth the price of admission.
According to one critic, it's not a great movie, but it's powerfully entertaining.
It may be time for 'Die Hard' movie series to die.
Adams devoted much of his speech to thanking those he has worked with over the past 16 years.
'Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters' picks up 15 years after fairytale ended.
The editor-in-chief and her staff Wednesday walked out of the newspaper building in Athens, Ga.
The University of Georgia president says he's stepping down next year.
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