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'The Shield' returns for a new season

...remind viewers of that side of Vic." Viewers can expect a riveting, seasonlong reminder. Whitaker ("Bird," "The Crying Game") is superb as the investigator who, by turns affable and coldly calculating, means to take Vic down. "I just...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/01/09/tel_41148.shtml
Television
Harry Potter wizard fights evil - and adolescence

...as Potter's new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, the fearsome Mad-Eye Moody; and Miranda Richardson ("The Crying Game," "Sleepy Hollow") as poisonous gossip columnist Rita Skeeter. The movie also introduces new students to Hogwarts...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/10/28/mov_16648.shtml
Movies
Hollywood loves a good song when it comes to movie titles

...broken souls seeking solace. THE CRYING GAME (1992): Although it takes its name from a sad song softly sung, The Crying Game is a hard and sometimes harrowing movie that exploits the human conditions and expectations in surprising ways. Jaye...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/08/11/uhl_444862.shtml
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Ralph Fiennes to play nemesis in next 'Harry Potter' movie

...Potter's new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, the fearsome Mad-Eye Moody, and Miranda Richardson, ("The Crying Game," "Sleepy Hollow") as Rita Skeeter, a gossip columnist for a magical newspaper. The cast also includes Robert...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/08/06/ent_424446.shtml
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Viewers should make a run for `Chicken Run'

...ACTING? Mr. Gibson was perfect as Rocky, and Ms. Sawalha was good as Ginger. Ms. Richardson (Sleepy Hollow, The Crying Game) was menacing as Mrs. Tweedy. The rest of the voice cast also does a nice job. WHY SHOULD TEENS SPEND THEIR MONEY...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/08/01/xtr_293941.shtml
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Arts notebook: Every movie is 'The Crying Game'

Jack Lemmon-Walter Matthau comedy Grumpy Old Men was mostly noted for its ice-fishing scenes and a hilariously obscene post-credit sequence. I remember it for something else. There was this scene toward the end in which Mr. Lemmon and Mr. Matthau had been fighting, and parted, apparently never to speak to each other again. Then Mr. Lemmon had a heart attack or something. Mr. Matthau put aside his grumpiness and hauled his jowls over to the hospital to be with his lifelong friend. It made me cry.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/06/ent_210916.shtml
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Foster is fierce but not very feminine in 'Brave One'

...plausibility gets tossed out the window and run over by a cab in the third act of this thriller from director Neil Jordan (The Crying Game), when the pieces snap way too conveniently into place to allow Erica to exact her ultimate revenge. (The script...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/09/13/mov_143478.shtml
Movies
At the Movies: capsule reviews of new films

...opening this week: "Breakfast on Pluto" - A raucous, thoroughly involving successor to director Neil Jordan's "The Crying Game" and "The Butcher Boy," which also blend wicked absurdist humor and fantasy elements with harsh and often bloody...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/11/20/mov_24548.shtml
Movies
Three new networks seeking gay and lesbian audiences

...said. Colichman claims ownership of the largest gay and lesbian film library in the country, with such titles as "The Crying Game," "Longtime Companion" and "Gods and Monsters," which he produced. He has original series on gay families...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/04/14/tel_450309.shtml
Television
New films spring forth

Summer is the season of the movie blockbuster, but this spring brings the usual mix of prestige pictures, including some carry-overs from 1997, routine action pictures and juvenile comedies, the meat and potatoes of the industry today.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/27/ent_223236.shtml
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