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    Saturday Night Live

    Type: Event | Date: Saturday, Jan 25, 2014

    Jonah Hill hosts, with Bastille providing the music.
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    Farewell, My Queen

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Jul 13, 2012

    Benoit Jacquot directs this period drama based on the novel of the same name.
  • Battlestar Galactica: Season 1

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 5, 2010

    Includes:Battlestar Galactica: Flesh and Bone (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Six Degrees of Separation (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Bastille Day (2004) Battlestar Galactica: You Can't Go Home Again (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Act of Contrition (2004) Battlestar Galactica: 33 (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Water (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Litmus (2004) Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 2 (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Colonial Day (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 1 (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Flesh and Bone Adama assigns Starbuck to interrogate a Cylon prisoner (Callum Keith Rennie) who claims to have planted a nuclear warhead somewhere within the fleet, leading to an intense battle of wits and wills; an uncertain Boomer asks Baltar to test his Cylon detection device on her; and Number Six schemes to keep Helo on Caprica. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Six Degrees of Separation A spat with Number Six over metaphysics sends Baltar into a panic when she appears on the Galactica in the persona of a woman who accuses him of treason. Meanwhile, the president has a collapse; Tyrol tinkers with the Cylon raider piloted by Starbuck as she struggles to recover from her injuries; and Boomer and Helo try to elude Cylon pursuers on Caprica. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down Fearing Adama has been replaced by a duplicate, President Roslin urges the commander to subject himself to Baltar's Cylon detector. Meanwhile, Tigh's estranged -- and very flirtatious -- wife visits Galactica. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Bastille Day To replenish the fleet's water supply, Apollo visits a prison ship to find recruits for an ice-mining operation. He ends up being taken hostage by the convicts' leader (Richard Hatch), an alleged terrorist. Elsewhere, Adama assigns Baltar to create a device to weed out Cylon moles; and Boomer tries to rescue Helo under the watchful eyes of Number Six and Doral (Matthew Bennett). ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: You Can't Go Home Again President Roslin questions the judgement of Adama and Apollo when they put the fleet at risk to find Starbuck, whose Viper disappeared after a run-in with a Cylon patrol. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Act of Contrition Starbuck's guilty feelings about the death of Zak Adama return to haunt her when she is ordered to train replacements for 13 Viper pilots killed in a flight-deck accident; Sgt. Hadrian (Jill Teed) tries to solve the mystery behind the detonators in Boomer's ship; and President Roslin discusses her cancer with a doctor. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: 33 Adama (Edward James Olmos) pushes his exhausted crew to the brink to keep the fugitive fleet out of the Cylons' clutches. Meanwhile, Baltar (James Callis) fears President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) will learn of his role in the Colonies' destruction. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Water Boomer is unsettled when she awakens drenched to the bone and in possession of an explosive -- moments before the fleet's water supply is drained by a sudden explosion aboard the Galactica. Meanwhile, on Caprica, her doppelganger attempts to rescue Helo (Tahmoh Penikett). ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Litmus A Cylon suicide attack kills three, forcing Adama to reveal to the fleet of survivors that their numbers have been infiltrated by Cylons disguised as human beings. To beef up security, he calls on Sgt. Hadrian to investigate the recent breaches, with the focus squarely on Tyrol and Boomer. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God Starbuck plans a daring raid on a Cylon refinery to replenish the fleet's fuel resources; President Roslin experiences vivid -- and prescient -- hallucinations due to an anti-cancer drug; Boomer and Helo's flight from the Cylons is complicated by her sudden illness. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 2 After President Roslin interferes with his plan to attack the Cylons, Adama considers a coup. Meanwhile, Starbuck uses the Cylon raider to retrieve a mystical talisman on Caprica; and Boomer embarks on a desperate mission to destroy the Cylon basestar near Kobol. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Colonial Day President Roslin's decision to reestablish an active democracy among the Colonial fleet results in a new representative body and a bitter campaign for the vice presidency that pits Tom Zarek against Gaius Baltar. Meanwhile, on Caprica, Boomer must reveal her true identity to save Helo's life. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 1 After contemplating drastic measures to prevent her Cylon side from taking over, Boomer discovers a planet that may be the mythical Kobol. Meanwhile, on Caprica, Boomer's double wrestles with her feelings for Helo; and Starbuck's affair leads to tension with Apollo. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide
  • Battlestar Galactica: Season 1

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 5, 2010

    Includes:Battlestar Galactica: Flesh and Bone (2004) Battlestar Galactica: 33 (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Litmus (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Act of Contrition (2004) Battlestar Galactica: You Can't Go Home Again (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Bastille Day (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Six Degrees of Separation (2004) Battlestar Galactica: Water (2004) Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 1 (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Colonial Day (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 2 (2005) Battlestar Galactica: Flesh and Bone Adama assigns Starbuck to interrogate a Cylon prisoner (Callum Keith Rennie) who claims to have planted a nuclear warhead somewhere within the fleet, leading to an intense battle of wits and wills; an uncertain Boomer asks Baltar to test his Cylon detection device on her; and Number Six schemes to keep Helo on Caprica. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: 33 Adama (Edward James Olmos) pushes his exhausted crew to the brink to keep the fugitive fleet out of the Cylons' clutches. Meanwhile, Baltar (James Callis) fears President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) will learn of his role in the Colonies' destruction. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Litmus A Cylon suicide attack kills three, forcing Adama to reveal to the fleet of survivors that their numbers have been infiltrated by Cylons disguised as human beings. To beef up security, he calls on Sgt. Hadrian to investigate the recent breaches, with the focus squarely on Tyrol and Boomer. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Act of Contrition Starbuck's guilty feelings about the death of Zak Adama return to haunt her when she is ordered to train replacements for 13 Viper pilots killed in a flight-deck accident; Sgt. Hadrian (Jill Teed) tries to solve the mystery behind the detonators in Boomer's ship; and President Roslin discusses her cancer with a doctor. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: You Can't Go Home Again President Roslin questions the judgement of Adama and Apollo when they put the fleet at risk to find Starbuck, whose Viper disappeared after a run-in with a Cylon patrol. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Bastille Day To replenish the fleet's water supply, Apollo visits a prison ship to find recruits for an ice-mining operation. He ends up being taken hostage by the convicts' leader (Richard Hatch), an alleged terrorist. Elsewhere, Adama assigns Baltar to create a device to weed out Cylon moles; and Boomer tries to rescue Helo under the watchful eyes of Number Six and Doral (Matthew Bennett). ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down Fearing Adama has been replaced by a duplicate, President Roslin urges the commander to subject himself to Baltar's Cylon detector. Meanwhile, Tigh's estranged -- and very flirtatious -- wife visits Galactica. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Six Degrees of Separation A spat with Number Six over metaphysics sends Baltar into a panic when she appears on the Galactica in the persona of a woman who accuses him of treason. Meanwhile, the president has a collapse; Tyrol tinkers with the Cylon raider piloted by Starbuck as she struggles to recover from her injuries; and Boomer and Helo try to elude Cylon pursuers on Caprica. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Water Boomer is unsettled when she awakens drenched to the bone and in possession of an explosive -- moments before the fleet's water supply is drained by a sudden explosion aboard the Galactica. Meanwhile, on Caprica, her doppelganger attempts to rescue Helo (Tahmoh Penikett). ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God Starbuck plans a daring raid on a Cylon refinery to replenish the fleet's fuel resources; President Roslin experiences vivid -- and prescient -- hallucinations due to an anti-cancer drug; Boomer and Helo's flight from the Cylons is complicated by her sudden illness. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 1 After contemplating drastic measures to prevent her Cylon side from taking over, Boomer discovers a planet that may be the mythical Kobol. Meanwhile, on Caprica, Boomer's double wrestles with her feelings for Helo; and Starbuck's affair leads to tension with Apollo. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Colonial Day President Roslin's decision to reestablish an active democracy among the Colonial fleet results in a new representative body and a bitter campaign for the vice presidency that pits Tom Zarek against Gaius Baltar. Meanwhile, on Caprica, Boomer must reveal her true identity to save Helo's life. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide Battlestar Galactica: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 2 After President Roslin interferes with his plan to attack the Cylons, Adama considers a coup. Meanwhile, Starbuck uses the Cylon raider to retrieve a mystical talisman on Caprica; and Boomer embarks on a desperate mission to destroy the Cylon basestar near Kobol. ~ Michael Chant, All Movie Guide
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    Coachella 2014, Day One in Photos: Outkast, HAIM, Neko Case

    Type: Gallery | Date: Saturday, Apr 12, 2014

    Aloe Blacc, Bastille, MS MR, Kate Nash, Bryan Ferry, The Replacements and more
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    Coachella Day One: Outkast, HAIM and Neko Case in photos

    Type: Article | Date: Saturday, Apr 12, 2014

    Aloe Blacc, Bastille, MS MR, Kate Nash, Bryan Ferry, The Replacements and more
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    Pharrell Williams' 'Happy' is the top song in the land

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Feb 26, 2014

    John Legend also has reason to be happy
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    2014 Brit Awards: Complete list of winners

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Feb 19, 2014

    Arctic Monkey lead with two
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    Katy Perry's 'Dark Horse' remains the most popular song for fourth week

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Feb 19, 2014

    Mariah Carey's 'You're Mine (Eternal)' gets off to a slow start
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    David Bowie, Arctic Monkeys big winners at Brit music awards

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Feb 19, 2014

    Thin White Duke was a no-show, though provided an entertaining speech
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