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New Powerball Rules Boost Odds, Prizes

Oct 02, 2015 5:06am

LITTLE ROCK — Changes to the Powerball rules that take effect Sunday will give players a better overall chance of winning a prize and boost some prize amounts, Arkansas lottery officials said...

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”The Boy Next Door” Proves Lopez Has Reached Bottom

Jan 23, 2015 11:59am

Toward the end of “The Boy Next Door,” the toddler behind me started getting fussy.

Setting aside the obvious question of who brings a toddler to an R-rated thriller about Jennifer Lopez...

“American Sniper” Deserves Monument

Jan 16, 2015 6:06am

Chris Kyle doesn’t deserve a movie. He deserves a monument.

Heck, the Chris Kyle on display in “American Sniper” ought to be on currency. Alexander Hamilton’s been hogging the $10 bill for...

MegaMillions, Powerball Jackpots Climbing

Jan 13, 2015 5:22pm

The jackpots keep on growing, but no winners yet as Mega Millions and Powerball continue an unusual dual jackpot drive that could make you Arkansas’s next multi-millionaire.

The Mega...

“Inherent Vice?” China White Town

Jan 09, 2015 6:05am

You don’t watch “Inherent Vice,” writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson’s hippie-noir take on that confusing maelstrom between the end of the ’60s and the start of the ’70s, so much as you let it...

Hotly Awaited ‘Star Wars’ Installment Leads Action-Packed Year At Cinema

Jan 02, 2015 6:05am

After what was financially and creatively a middling year for movies, Hollywood is pulling out all the stops to ensure 2015 at least addresses that first concern.

The studios are throwing...

‘Unbroken’ Well-Crafted But Fails To Fit Louie Zamperini’s Remarkable Tale

Dec 26, 2014 6:05am

Universal first tried to tell Louie Zamperini’s incredible life story in 1957, with Tony Curtis in line to portray the Olympian- turned-war hero.

While that version fell apart, in many ways...

Swords Fly, Beasts Rage In Frenzied Final Trip Through Middle-Earth In ‘Battle Of The Five Armies’

Dec 19, 2014 6:05am

Thankfully, director Peter Jackson saved the best for last, because the greatest thing about the first two installments of his “Hobbit” trilogy was the menu they inspired at Denny’s.


Story Of Moses Retold With Disappointing Results In ‘Exodus: Gods And Kings’

Dec 12, 2014 6:05am

I hate sounding like a literary snob, especially considering how infrequently I read. But when it comes to “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” which chronicles Moses’ leading 400,000 of his fellow Hebrews...

‘The Homesman’ Lays To Rest Any Notion Wild West Was Nice Place To Grow Old

Dec 05, 2014 12:02pm

If any romanticized notions of frontier life survived this summer’s “A Million Ways to Die in the West,” they die with their boots on in “The Homesman.”

As depicted, the Nebraska Territory...

‘Horrible Bosses 2’ Sinks In Typical Sequel Way

Updated: Nov 28, 2014 4:56pm

Even as a child, I knew the world contained a vast array of swear words, each with its own subtle nuance.

From Beetle Bailey alone, I learned $@%!, the harsher &^%$ and the multifaceted...

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