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  • Stars to light up Newport

    Stars to light up Newport
    More than three decades before opening night of the 13th annual Newport Beach Film Festival at Edwards Big Newport, festival co-founder Todd Quartararo sat in the same packed theater, watching "Star Wars." "It was incredible — here is a film that...
  • 3 Expletives Cut from 'Bully' to Get PG-13 Rating

    3 Expletives Cut from 'Bully' to Get PG-13 Rating
    After weeks of dispute over the rating for the documentary "Bully," the MPAA and the Weinstein Co. have come to an agreement. The film will now have a PG-13 rating. The rating for "Bully" has been the topic of much controversy. The movie, which documents...
  • Special Online Dish: "Bully" Should Be Mandatory For All Kids & Parents to See

    Special Online Dish: "Bully" Should Be Mandatory For All Kids & Parents to See
    It's the must see documentary of a lifetime for all ages, "Bully". I saw a screening of the powerful, no-holds-barred documentary and have to say I have never left a theatre feeling more raw, heart-broken, angry and wanting to make a change. "Bully"...
  • 'Bully' review: Increased awareness is only the beginning

    'Bully' review: Increased awareness is only the beginning
    **1/2 (out of four) Few understand Sartre’s “Hell is other people” line like kids who find themselves on the wrong end of bullies’ aggression. I know what it’s like. You know what it’s like. If you went to junior high,...
  • Overbooked Bully Screening Leaves Invited Guests Out In The Cold

    Overbooked Bully Screening Leaves Invited Guests Out In The Cold
    It is common for movie studios to overbook advanced screenings to fill seats. But some people lining up for a Sacramento screening of"Bully"Tuesday night, complained that the Weinstein Company took overbooking to an extreme level. The single screening...
  • Stand-up doc 'Bully' is more than a sum of its parts ✭✭✭

    Stand-up doc 'Bully' is more than a sum of its parts ✭✭✭
    There are a hundred reasons "Bully"is a good film instead of a great one, but Lee Hirsch's blood-boiling documentary will very likely end up doing more than its share of good in this world. However sentimental that may sound, this is a film quite...
  • Documentary shines light on bullying

    Documentary shines light on bullying
    We’ve all laughed and seen movies that have funny scenes of people being bullied, but the reality is. Life’s not a comedy, especially when it comes to bullying. The Anti-Defamation League hosted the first screening in Houston of the movie...
  • 'Bully' documentary opens up in Seattle area

    'Bully' documentary opens up in Seattle area
    "Bully,"a documentary, began showing Friday in Seattle. It comes at a time when pressure is on Washington schools to curb bullying on our buses and in classrooms. There weren't a lot of people at the late-morning showing at AMC Theaters in Alderwood...
  • LAUSD Students Attend Special Screening of "Bully"

    LAUSD Students Attend Special Screening of "Bully"
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- More than 6,000 L.A. Unified School District students are getting an important lesson in tolerance at a screening of the new documentary "Bully." The students are attending a special screening of the film Tuesday at the Nokia...
  • 'Peanuts' parody tackles bullying

    Although the set included the familiar bucolic trees, a blue sky sparsely spotted with clouds and a barn-red doghouse, the "Peanuts" gang was almost unrecognizable. The Corona del Mar High School's play "Dog Sees God" depictsCharles M. Schulz' beloved...
  • James Whitmore dies at 87; veteran award-winning actor brought American icons to life

    James Whitmore dies at 87; veteran award-winning actor brought American icons to life
    James Whitmore, the veteran Tony- and Emmy-winning actor who brought American icons Will Rogers, Harry Truman and Theodore Roosevelt to life in one-man shows, died Friday. He was 87. Whitmore died of lung cancer at his home in Malibu, said his son,...