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Archived Movie Related Articles in the MediaFilter Negates Naughtiness. A Canadian mother invents a technology that mutes "nasty and naughty" words from programming. The "unspeakable" word list purges words like "moron" and "jerk," cleansing movies like Shrek for kids ...More from Wired News
Teachers 'fast-track Harry Potter lookalikes'. UK teachers are more likely to pick out gifted children if they have Harry Potter looks, says new research. Professor Joan Freeman claims small boys with glasses are likely to give the impression they are intelligent. She says the popularity of the Harry Potter books and film is compounding the problem ...More from Ananova
Cinema seat that says who you are. A psychologist claims that she can assess an individualís personality according to where he chooses to sit at the cinema. There are "four clear types" of cinemagoer according to Donna Dawson, whose research was commissioned by the Odeon chain. If you sit in the front row you are likely to be "extrovert, self-confident and assertive" ...More from the Times
Watching history go up in flames - "Pearl Harbor film a crude travesty of the actual events". John Updike wrote: "America is a vast conspiracy to make you happy." No matter what history says, America, in the end, always turns out to be a republic of smiles, and Hollywood seldom shirks its responsibility to confirm that the sun shines more strongly in America than it does anywhere else ...More from the Telegraph and Official Pearl Harbor film web-site
Mickey Mouse to be subject of university degree course. 60 cartoon professionals and scholars will attend a two-day conference at Glasgow University, reports The Scotsman, to mark the introduction of a course in which students will be encouraged "to study the history of comic strips and what they revealed about society." ...More from What The Papers Say
Bugs Bunny banned from TV for racism. A dozen classic Bugs Bunny cartoons due to appear on the Cartoon Network have been withdrawn by Warner Brothers because of "an unfavourable portrayal of blacks and native Americans," says The Mirror ...More from What The Papers Say
Ethnic awards honour Attenborough. Lord Attenborough has been honoured for his work against racism with the lifetime achievement award at the annual Ethnic Multicultural Media Awards in London. The prize recognises the director's film work including the movie Cry Freedom, which helped bring the injustices of apartheid to the world's attention. ...More from Wired News
Titanic error lands Afghan barbers in jail. In response to an underground craze for the Hollywood blockbuster Titanic, religious police in Kabul, the Afghan capital, have slung dozens of the cityís barbers into jail for styling customers with Leonardo DiCaprio haircuts. Hairdressers still at liberty claim that at least 28 of their colleagues were picked up last week in random swoops by members of the Talebanís religious enforcement agency, formerly known as the Department of the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, and remain in prison... More from the Times
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