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The Professor and the Madman Trailer Starring Sean Penn & Mel Gibson

The compilation of the Oxford English Dictionary began in 1857 and was one of the most ambitious, and revolutionary projects ever undertaken. Professor James Murray ( Mel Gibson ) took on the challenge of creating the most comprehensive dictionary ever compiled, but knew that it would take him and his team over a century to compile all known definitions. However, by “crowd sourcing” the work, that is, by enlisting definitions from people all over the world, the dictionary could be compiled in mere decades. As definitions were collected, the overseeing committee, led by Professor Murray, discovered that one man, Dr. W.C. Minor ( Sean Penn ), had submitted more than ten thousand words. When the committee insisted on honoring him, a shocking truth came to light: Dr. Minor, an American Civil War veteran, was a convicted murderer and being held at an asylum for the criminally insane. In select theaters & On-Demand, May 10th Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twi

San Andreas Sequel Might Be On It's Way

THR is reporting New Line and Dwayne Johnson want to make the earth move for you one more time. The company has hired Neil Widener and Gavin James to write a sequel to San Andreas , the Johnson-starring earthquake disaster movie that grossed over $473 million worldwide last year. A good chunk of the team is due to return for the second installment. Johnson is swinging back to the sequel as is producer Beau Flynn, producing via his Flynn Picture Co. banner. Brad Peyton, who directed the movie, is also returning. The 2015 movie saw Johnson as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot who teams up with his estranged wife (Carla Gugino) to save their daughter (Alexandra Daddario) when a series of quakes crush Los Angeles and San Francisco. Gugino, Daddario and Paul Giamatti, who played a seismologist, are also expected to return. (Andre Fabrizio and Jeremy Passmore as well as Carlton Cuse wrote the original's script.) Plot details for the new installment are being sheltered

Movie Review: 'San Andreas'

San Andreas is big, loud, summer disaster fun, but is that enough to see it? Review by Matt Cummings Disaster films are always best viewed with the most minimum of expectations: make it big, make it loud, and hope all of the tearful goodbyes aren't too wincing. And although the human drama and the science behind Director Brad Peyton's San Andreas isn't great, the action is superb and performances good enough to warrant you take a chance. The LA Fire and Rescue helicopter pilot Ray (Dwayne Johnson) is a hulking figure whose professional accomplishments in Afghanistan and LA are overshadowed by the constant reminder of loss. One of his daughters perished in a rafting accident, which led to a painful divorce that his soon-to-be ex-wife (Carla Gugino) was forced to accept. Since then, Emma has moved in with a well-to-do architect (Ian Gufford), while Ray saves a young woman after an avalanche near LA. This seemingly small event peaks the interest of a Cal Tech


TV Recap: FOREVER "THE PUGILIST BREAK" By: Suepafly A punching bag takes quite the beating, the boxer trying to take his mind off things. He tells the boy that he’ll be back soon. Three days later, a couple takes a look at an empty apartment, which the realtor says isn’t even on the market yet. They’re worried about the neighborhood, but she assures them that the neighborhood is on the rise. The man smells something and looks further. He finds the boxer dead of what looks like a drug overdose. A customer looks over a piece at Abe’s shop. She wants to desecrate Henry’s credenza, and he doesn’t wish to sell it. She doesn’t take it well, but Jo comes with better prospects, a murder. Jo takes Henry to Alphabet City, which looks rundown, but she says its getting better. Henry has seen it in better an worse times, history repeating itself. Henry sees the boy from the gym, but he’s not responsive. Henry takes a look at the body and deduces that the body was moved, and he


TV Recap: FOREVER "THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH" By: Suepafly Abe closes up shop for the day, watching a boy do some tricks on his skateboard. He longs for the youth to do it, though Henry laughs. Even in youth Abe wasn't as dexterous as he remembers. It's the weekend, and Henry continues to work. He hasn't discovered a way to pass on his youth, but maybe achieve his death. He's noticed that depending on the method of death he stays dead longer. Abe finds the conversation depressing, eventually on of his experiments will work and he'll be gone. He doesn't want to die immediately, but experience growing old, and eventually dying. If Abe had his curse, he'd be out living, seeing and doing everything. A man has his briefcase snatched. He goes off after the boy who stole it, tackling the kid to the ground. As he whales on the kid, he has a heart attack, and falls over in death. The man Bill winds up on Henry's table. Henry dissects his life


We take a look at the first episode for the ABC series. TV Recap: FOREVER "LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP" By: Suepafly After a quick recap of Henry's never ending condition the episode opens with a frantic woman in a cab. She pleads with the person on the phone to wait, begging him not to do anything rash. She spots something on the bridge and forces the cab driver to stop as she opens the door in traffic. She runs from the cab and climbs over the guard rail, leaping off to her screaming death. Her body washes up on shore. Henry's first patient has an axe stuck in his head. The detectives think it to be a homicide,but Henry has another story. The drunk soccer fan tried to cut a branch interfering with his connection, fell from the ladder, and the axe fell from the roof killing him. The woman jumper however, Henry concludes is a suicide. He's never seen a jumper with fractures as hers, she was facing the wrong way and there was a good deal of lead paint benea

TV Recap: #FOREVER "PILOT" @ForeverABC

TV Recap: FOREVER "PILOT"  By: Suepafly Henry Morgan is a man with a lot of time on his hands, who apparently speaks Russian and is very observant and borderline creepy as he demonstrates by chatting with a pretty Russian Concert Cellist. After she initiates plans for a date after the concert, their subway car is hit by another, killing everyone, except him inside. He's died many times, but he's only had one beginning. It all started 200 years ago. Morgan is a doctor aboard a ship. He proclaims his patient to be on the mend and not infected with Cholera, but the captain will hear none of it, and orders that the slave be tossed overboard. When Morgan protests the captain shoots him in the heart, and his body tossed into the sea. That is when he was transformed. He breathes, feels love, pleasure and pain everything is the same as anyone else, except it never ends. Since his first death, he always comes back in water, and always naked. Which makes for some fu