Roughly midway through "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," a lovesick Bill Nighy notes that Judi Dench's character has "checked out," referring of course to her status at the hotel.
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Summerall was an announcer with CBS in radio and television for 32 years.
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John Madden will direct the indie action-comedy "Murder Mystery," with Charlize Theron in talks to star.
India is the new Italy for retirees seeking a hot climate to renew their lust for life, based on the evidence of this frequently droll and likable if thoroughly predictable comedy-drama.
In an election year, you will repeatedly hear politicians claim that showbiz is a hotbed of lefties.
A trio of Mossad agents are haunted by what they owe their country and one another.