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August 19, 2006 | Robert W. Welkos, Times Staff Writer
So, perhaps the movie isn't snake-bit after all. "Snakes on a Plane," an R-rated horror thriller that relied heavily on Internet buzz and its catchy title to woo fans, grossed an estimated $1.4 million in its opening Thursday night, fueling prospects that it might win the weekend box office race if the figures continue to hold up. The film, which stars Samuel L.
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August 19, 2006 | Robert W. Welkos, Times Staff Writer
So, perhaps the movie isn't snake-bit after all. "Snakes on a Plane," an R-rated horror thriller that relied heavily on Internet buzz and its catchy title to woo fans, grossed an estimated $1.4 million in its opening Thursday night, fueling prospects that it might win the weekend box office race if the figures continue to hold up. The film, which stars Samuel L.
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August 13, 2006 | Chris Lee, Special to The Times
IN the new music video for "Work It Out," a song from backpacker rap quintet Jurassic 5 featuring Dave Matthews, a presidential jog through downtown Los Angeles lampoons George W. Bush and sends up a grab bag of social woes to make sly political commentary. The video's Dubya impersonator -- Timothy Bottoms from the short-lived Comedy Central sketch show "That's My Bush!" -- bumbles through various urban scenarios, blissfully unaware he is making matters worse whenever he tries to help.
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August 13, 2006 | Chris Lee, Special to The Times
IN the new music video for "Work It Out," a song from backpacker rap quintet Jurassic 5 featuring Dave Matthews, a presidential jog through downtown Los Angeles lampoons George W. Bush and sends up a grab bag of social woes to make sly political commentary. The video's Dubya impersonator -- Timothy Bottoms from the short-lived Comedy Central sketch show "That's My Bush!" -- bumbles through various urban scenarios, blissfully unaware he is making matters worse whenever he tries to help.
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