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McClane on Location: “Die Hard 5″ Means More Frequent Flyer Miles for America’s Favorite Cop

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  “Well it’s got to go worldwide,” said Bruce Willis to MTV about the very real possibility of a “Die Hard 5″. “That would be my contribution to the next movie.” One assumes he means, “that would be my contribution on top of sweating, bleeding, killing baddies, wisecracking, grimacing, and sweating some more.” But, yes, Mr. Willis is right—after 22 ... Read More »

‘The Hangover’ Guide to Vegas

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Let’s get the weekend started early with a hangover. ‘The Hangover,’ to be exact. We love the comedy smash about a bachelor party gone wrong and lost weekend in Vegas, starring Justin Bartha as an eager groom-to-be and Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis as his bumbling groomsmen. So if you’re feeling lucky, let’s head to the strip, just be ... Read More »

A ‘Working Girl’ Weekend

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What better way to celebrate Labor Day than with ‘Working Girl,’ the story of a Staten Island secretary who sticks it to the man and makes it big on Wall Street. Tess (Melanie Griffith) is a secretary with big dreams and no way to make them come true, until her demanding, demeaning and downright nasty boss (Sigourney Weaver) breaks her ... Read More »

Coming Attractions

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After a disappointing summer, we’re starting to get excited for this fall’s upcoming films. Well before you head to the theater, check out the Daily Beast‘s roundup of the season’s top 25 offerings — from Spike Jonze’s take on Maurice Sendak’s children’s classic ‘Where the Wild Things Are‘ to a remake of ‘Fame‘ to ‘Surrogates,’ the newest sci-fi thriller starring ... Read More »

Philadelphia on Philm

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Some directors are synonymous with a certain city — in Film + Travel, our guides show you Woody Allen’s Manhattan and Pedro Almodóvar’s Madrid, plus the Alfred Hitchcock double whammy of London and San Francisco. Another director known for his ties to a town is M. Night Shyamalan. His city? Philadelphia.  Shyamalan was born in India and raised just outside ... Read More »

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