21 is a 2008 drama film from Columbia Pictures. It is directed by Australian director Robert Luketic and stars Jim Sturgess, Kevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne, Aaron Yoo, and Liza Lapira. The film is inspired by the true story of the MIT Blackjack Team. The film draws from Bringing Down the House, the best-selling book by Ben Mezrich. [From Wikipedia]







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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is a 2007 fantasy adventure film, based on the novel of the same name by J. K. Rowling. Directed by David Yates, produced by David Heyman's company Heyday Films, and written by Michael Goldenberg, it is the fifth film in the popular Harry Potter film series. The story follows Harry Potter in his fifth year at the magic school Hogwarts. The Ministry of Magic refuses to believe the return of Lord Voldemort and appoints bureaucrat Dolores Umbridge as a teacher at the school. [From WikiPedia]


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I came home a minute before the finals of Men's 100m butterfly event started. Just like the finals of Men's 4x100m freestyle its another shocker. A bigger one. Michael Phelps caught up with Milorad Cavic in the last.. well half-meter. He won over the serbian by a mere 1/100 sec clocking 50.58 seconds, a new olympic record. Phelps now tied Mark Spitz's seven gold medal record in a single olympiad.

Well done Mr. Phelps! Keep winning, breaking records, and thrilling us.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a 2005 fantasy adventure film, based on J. K. Rowling's novel of the same name, and is the fourth film in the popular Harry Potter film series.

Directed by Mike Newell, the film concerns Harry Potter's fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Hogwarts has been selected to hold the recently returning wizard competition known as the Triwizard Tournament. Though Harry does not apply, the Goblet of Fire mysteriously selects him as a second representative of Hogwarts in the tournament. [From WikiPedia]

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For the past few days, I have been following Michael Phelps' journey of breaking Mark Spitz's record number of gold medals in a single Olympiad. And I must admit that the final of the Men's 4x100m freestyle relay event was the most exciting so far.

I even have the video clip of this race (scroll down below). On clip you could see that Cullen Jones was nowhere to be found after Jason Lezak, the fourth and final swimmer of the US relay team, sealed their sweetest victory.

I was checking my email when a news entitled "The Mystery of the Disappearance of Cullen Jones" by Chris Chase caught my attention. Here is Chris' answer to this mystery:


The Mystery of the Disapperance of Cullen Jones
By Chris Chase

Posted Tuesday, Aug 12, 2008 11:55 am EDT on Yahoo! Sports.

The pictures of Michael Phelps and Garrett Weber-Gale celebrating their improbable win in the 4x100 freestyle relay were splashed across newspapers and websites around the world yesterday. But there was somebody conspicuous in his absence from all the immediate reaction shots.

Where was Cullen Jones? The third swimmer in the United States' world record setting 4x100 team, Jones was nowhere to be seen in the aftermath of Jason Lezak's stunning anchor leg. Every picture and video shot includes only Phelps and Weber-Gale; Jones was AWOL. Eventually, he joined the celebration, but where was he during that thrilling finish? I've heard that question three times over the past 36 hours, so this morning, Fourth-Place Medal's crack investigative unit, which yesterday uncovered the mystery of the hot Paraguayan, got on the case.

After breaking down the last moments of the race like the Zapruder film, it becomes clear that Jones wasn't with his teammates because he had run to the side of the pool to get a better angle to view the touch. Look for Jones at the bottom-left of the picture, leaning over at the finish line. He's immediately to the right of the WR/OR graphic.

During an interview on the Today show, Jones said that he didn't remember walking away from the starting area, only that he was so dizzy after his race he could barely stand up. After looking at the finish, Jones stared at the scoreboard for a few seconds to confirm what he had seen. When he realized he and his relay teammates had just capped one of the most improbable comebacks in Olympic history, he began celebrating... alone.

Mystery: solved.

Check other articles by Chris Chase such as "The Mystery of the Hot Paraguayan" and "The Mystery of the Showering Divers" by clicking these titles.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is a 2004 fantasy adventure film, based on the novel of the same name by J. K. Rowling. Directed by Alfonso Cuarón, it is the third film in the popular Harry Potter films series. It stars Daniel Radcliffe as the teenage wizard Harry Potter, and Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as Harry's best friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. Gary Oldman and David Thewlis joined the cast as the new characters Sirius Black and Remus Lupin. The role of Albus Dumbledore was played by Michael Gambon. [From WikiPedia]


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This is the race that everyone's been talking about.
The finals of the Men's 4x100m freestyle relay in the Beijing Olympiad.

Enough said. Just watch the video. Enjoy!


This is gold number two for Michael Phelps.


Last night I stayed up late just to watch the 4x100m freestyle relay olympic event where Michael Phelps is expecting to win his second gold medal. Garret Weber-Gale, Cullen Jones, and Jason Lezak made up the rest of the US team.


They beat the french quartet by 0.08 seconds. The US team also set a new world record of three minutes and 8.24 seconds, four seconds faster than the previous mark.


The last 50 meters of the race was the most exciting part. Lezak was behind France's Alain Bernard by about half a body length and then suddenly caught up in the last 10 meters or so to win the relay.


The crowd, that thought the french team will win the race and end Phelps' quest for eight gold medals, went wild. You could see Phelp's reaction in the photo at the left.


Last Saturday Michael Phelps won his first gold medal in the 400m individual medley event where he also set a new world record of four minutes and 3.84 seconds shattering his old mark by 1.41 seconds.

So it's two down, six more to go.

Here's a list of Phelp's remaining six events.


200m freestyle (Monday)
200m butterfly (Tuesday)
4x200m freestyle relay (Tuesday)
200m individual medley (Thurday)
100m butterfly (Friday)
4x100m medley relay (Saturday)


Watch these games live in NBC.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is a 2002 fantasy adventure film, and the second film in the popular Harry Potter films series, based on the novel by J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The film was released on 2002 and was directed by returning director, Chris Columbus. It was the last appearance by Richard Harris as Dumbledore (and also Harris's last film) and the last Harry Potter film directed by Columbus. New key actors included Kenneth Branagh as Gilderoy Lockhart and Jason Isaacs as Lucius Malfoy. [From WikiPedia]


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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Sorcerer's Stone in the US) is a 2001 fantasy/adventure film based on the novel of the same name by J.K. Rowling. Directed by Chris Columbus, it is the first in the popular Harry Potter films series. The story follows Harry Potter, a boy who, on his eleventh birthday, discovers that he is a wizard and who is then sent to Hogwarts — a school of magic — whereby he can complete his magical education. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, alongside Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as Harry's best friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. [From WikiPedia]

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Just Like Heaven is a romantic comedy film released on September 16, 2005, in the U.S. and Canada. Set in San Francisco, it stars Reese Witherspoon, Mark Ruffalo, and Jon Heder. It reached #1 in the United States box office, though it earned much less than anticipated. It is based on the novel If Only It Were True (Et si c'était vrai...) by Marc Levy. I See You, a Bollywood film, has a similar storyline.
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CW is the US television network that airs Smallville, Supernatural, America's Next Top Model, Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill.

New shows such 90210 and Privileged will premier this fall.

Watch CW channel live on your computer through this >>CLICK HERE<<.

Here's a spoof of the hit TV shows HEROES. Four episodes so far. Enjoy

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Robin Hood (2006) is a British TV show based on the traditional stories of legendary English folk hero of the same name. It stars Jonas Armstrong (Robin), Lucy Griffiths (Marian), Richard Armitage (Guy of Gisborne), and Keith Allen (Sheriff of Nottingham).

SEASON ONE EPISODES
01 - Will You Tolerate This?
02 - Sheriff Got Your Tongue?
03 - Who Shot The Sheriff?
04 - Parent Hood
05 - Turk Flu
06 - The Taxman Cometh
07 - Brothers In Arms
08 - Tattoo? What Tattoo?
09 - A Thing Or 2 About Loyalty
10 - Peace? Off!
11 - Dead Man Walking
12 - The Return Of The King
13 - A Clue: No

SEASON SEVEN


Episode - 01 - Bizarro
Episode - 02 - Kara
Episode - 03 - Fierce
Episode - 04 - Cure
Episode - 05 - Action
Episode - 06 - Lara
Episode - 07 - Wrath
Episode - 08 - Blue
Episode - 09 - Gemini
Episode - 10 - Persona
Episode - 11 - Siren
Episode - 12 - Fracture
Episode - 13 - Hero
Episode - 14 - Traveler
Episode - 15 - Veritas
Episode - 16 - Descent
Episode - 17 - Sleeper
Episode - 18 - Apocalypse
Episode - 19 - Quest
Episode - 20 - Arctic

Season Three Episodes


1 - Orientacion
2 - Fire/Water
3 - Call Waiting
4 - Good Fences
5 - Interference
6 - Photo Finish
7 - Vamonos
8 - Bang and Burn
9 - Boxed In
10 - Dirt Nap
11 - Under and Out
12 - Hell or High Water
13 - The Art of the Deal



Season three only has 13 episodes thanks to the writers' strike.


 


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