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  • Film Review: There's nothing artificial about 'Her'

    Film Review: There's nothing artificial about 'Her'
    In its simplest terms, “Her” — the new feature from director Spike Jonze — is a romance between a man and his computer. Or, to be more accurate, between a man and an artificial intelligence construct that seems to have every attribute of a person except a physical body. It's a dive into the sort of issues that Philip K. Dick wrote about: What's the distinction between a natural-born human and a robot/android/computer programmed to mimic one, and what (if anything) defines reality?
  • HBO dominates the Emmy nominations

    HBO dominates the Emmy nominations
    Premium pay channel HBO dominated the nominations Thursday for the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards, earning a stunning 104 nods, including honors for its two freshman series, "Game of Thrones" and "Boardwalk Empire," as well as the acclaimed miniseries...

    This weekend: ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ returns; ‘Mildred Pierce’ ends; TCM salutes Elizabeth Taylor

    It's a grand weekend for women in drama. Consider: PBS' "Masterpiece" rolls out "Upstairs Downstairs," a three-part sequel to the beloved 1970s series. Jean Marsh returns as Rose, the maid who is now a housekeeper. And the sequel, starting at 9 p.m....

    Don't miss new 'Upstairs Downstairs' Sunday

    Public broadcasting has been in the news a lot lately -- not always for the right rerasons.But if you want to see how good PBS can be when it really, really, really tries, check out the three-episode sequel to the 1971 classic when it premieres Sunday...

    PBS coming to town, but what happens to PBS lineup in Orlando?

    PBS will hold its annual meeting in Orlando next month, shortly after public broadcaster WMFE announced it is selling Channel 24. How do you like that for irony? The big question is what happens to PBS programming in Orlando.