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  • Ok-go_home_top_story

    OK Go plays tricks on us in new video, 'The Writing's On The Wall': Watch

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Jun 17, 2014

    Visual effects about in quartet's latest clip
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    Watch: OK Go's astonishing new video for 'This Too Shall Pass'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Mar 3, 2010

    See which video they take an anvil to
  • Ok-go_home_top_story

    OK Go's next video embeddable by the whole wide world

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Feb 19, 2010

    After fighting its label over blocked embedding, band pacts with State Farm for new clip
  • Ok-go-wtf_home_top_story

    OK Go - Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 12, 2010

    Featuring single "WTF?"
  • Ok-go-needing-getting_home_top_story

    Watch: OK Go's 'Needing/Getting' gets a musical instrument-playing car

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Feb 6, 2012

    Two-mile driving course makes the remix
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    Watch: OK Go contort into funny shapes for 'All Is Not Lost' video

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Jul 27, 2011

    Innovative group wears revealing green outfits with Pilobolus dance company
  • Okgo_home_top_story

    You must watch OK Go's new video for 'White Knuckles' right now

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Sep 21, 2010

    It will make you wag your tail with glee
  • Big-brother_home_top_story

    Recap: 'Big Brother' Thursday Results - The third contestant goes home

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Jul 18, 2013

    Will Aaryn leave, or will house strategy send Jeremy packing?
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    'Bed Intruder Song,' the Bieb, OK Go top YouTube most-watched list

    Type: Article | Date: Monday, Dec 13, 2010

    Double rainbow, Ke$ha parody, Greyson Chance and Twilight also in top 10
  • Sean Connery Star Collection

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    Includes:Shalako (1968), MPAA Rating: PG A Bridge Too Far (1977), MPAA Rating: R Cuba (1979), MPAA Rating: R Never Say Never Again (1983), MPAA Rating: PG Shalako In this western adventure, Shalako (Sean Connery) leads a hunting expedition in the wilds of New Mexico. There they run across an Apache camp where the Countess Irina (Brigitte Bardot) is being held hostage. When the Indians retaliate by destroying the camp of the European aristocrats, Shalako must use his wiles to battle the Indians and the jealous members of his own hunting party. The camp is robbed by Fulton (Stephen Boyd), who runs off with the wife of Sir Dagget (Jack Hawkins). Lady Boyd (Honor Blackman) leaves her rich husband in a dramatic split decision prompted by the marital discord between her and her pompous husband. Shalako leads the survivors through dangerous mountain terrain, engaging in climactic hand-to-hand combat. ~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide A Bridge Too Far It's late 1944, and the Allied armies are confident they'll win the World War II and be home in time for Christmas. What's needed, says British general Bernard Law Montgomery, is a knockout punch, a bold strike through Holland, where German troops are spread thin, that will put the Allies into Germany. Paratroops led by British major general Robert Urquhart (Sean Connery) and American brigadier general James Gavin (Ryan O'Neal) will seize a thin road and five bridges through Holland into Germany, with paratroops led by Lieutenant Col. John Frost (Sir Anthony Hopkins) holding the most critical bridge at a small town called Arnhem. Over this road shall pass combined forces led by British Lieutenant Gen. Brian Horrocks (Edward Fox) and British Lieutenant Col. Joe Vandeleur (Michael Caine). The plan requires precise timing, so much so that one planner tells Lieutenant Gen. Frederick Browning (Dirk Bogarde), "Sir, I think we may be going a bridge too far." The plan also has one critical flaw: Instead of a smattering of German soldiers, the area around Arnhem is loaded with crack SS troops. Disaster ensues. Based on a book by historian Cornelius Ryan, A Bridge Too Far is reminiscent of another movie based on a Ryan book, The Longest Day. Like that movie, it is loaded with more than 15 international stars, including Sir Laurence Olivier, Robert Redford, Hardy Krueger, Gene Hackman, Maximilian Schell, and Liv Ullman. ~ Nick Sambides, Jr., All Movie Guide Cuba In director Richard Lester's Cuba, Sean Connery plays British soldier-of-fortune Robert Dapes, sent to Havana during the last days of the Batista regime. He is supposed to train Batista's soldiers for their upcoming confrontations with Castro's followers. As Dapes becomes increasingly sympathetic towards the rebel cause, he takes a few precious moments to renew his romance with Alexandra Pulido (Brooke Adams), who is now married to Juan Pulido (Chris Sarandon). The basic thrust of the film is that unchecked capitalism is perfectly capable of collapsing under its own weight -- and that lofty idealism can be easily forgotten once absolute power is within one's grasp. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Never Say Never Again The title of the 1983 James Bond adventure Never Say Never Again is a self-mocking reference to star Sean Connery's insistence back in 1971 that he would never play Bond again. Reportedly, the huge salary offered Connery was but one consideration that brought him back to the 007 fold; the other was the producers' assurance that Connery would have full control over all aspects of production, a promise that was not kept often enough to the star's liking. Essentially, this film is a remake of the 1965 Bond flick Thunderball (the producers were able to get away with this due to a legal tangle involving the original 1961 Ian Fleming novel). Bond emerges from cozy retirement to cross swords with Largo (Klaus Maria Brandauer), a megalomaniacal business exec who steals several nuclear missiles, intending to bring the World P