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If you lived through the disco era of the late 1970s, like I did, you probably recall it as a period that came and went in a flash. Some music we'd rather forget: "The Hustle" was that generation's…
An overworked programmer at the Uruguayan Cinematheque finds himself distracted by a woman.
Sandra Bullock rang in the new year making box office history.
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