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Fifty Shades of Chardonnay: Book Club Movie Review

Movie Review: Book Club A bound volume of vintage tomes gives a flimsy script some awards-hardware heft, and a few stray surprises, in a surreal celebration of sex, wine and stereotype.  

Youth ages the viewer via affectation

Movie review: Youth Paolo Sorrentino's follow-up to The Great Beauty feels like opera sung in English: Pretentious, puffy and frequently plain stupid

Jane Fonda climbs back on the barricades

The woman who earned the wrath of conservatives during the Vietnam War flies north to Vancouver to speak out against big oil VANCOUVER -- Call her Jericho Jane. After a long hiatus from globe-trotting activism, Jane Fonda picked up the gauntlet and challenged big oil to get on the "right side of history" as she addressed a group of star-struck onlookers at Jericho Beach Park Saturday. The two-time Oscar winner was part of the programming for Toast the Coast, an event staged by Greenpeace to raise awareness about the dangers of proposed pipelines and liquified natural gas development in B.C. waters. "This part of the world means a lot to me. I was first arrested, not 20 years ago... but in 1970 marching with First Nations in Tacoma, and again with Salish Kootenay protesting clearcutting that was endangering the salmon spawning area," said Fonda to a chorus of cheers from a few hundred selfie-snappers soaking up the sun. "And I have fished for salmon in Campbell River. I ...