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The Crystal Ball - March Madness Edition
With March Madness on all weekend and the Cavs playing on Saturday and Sunday, Mitch calls this week's edition of The Crystal Ball an "exercise in futility", but he's being modest. We've got a couple interesting theater releases, the new Bond movie coming out on DVD, and some very interesting news and rumors ... including news on Stephen King's "It" coming to the silver screen, the "24" movie, and the latest projects for Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, and Natalie Portman.
Mar 19, 2009 7:00 PM
"24" Recap: 9 PM - 10 PM
Unfortunately, there always comes a time during a season of "24" when you shift the plots, and because of that, you have a relatively boring episode as they start putting the pieces together for the next big rush. Monday night was that night. With the exception of a cool fight at the end. In this week's recap of "24", Mitch makes sense of the plot shift, updates the Bauer Body Count and Odds of Survival, and wishes death on the Madaam President's wenchie daughter.
Mar 17, 2009 7:00 PM
The Crystal Ball - March 13 Releases
Not a huge week for releases at the theaters and on DVD this week, but the News & Rumors section of this week's Crystal Ball is a veritable treasure trove of juicy info on big projects in the works. In that section, Mitch tells us all the latest on the "24" movie, "Iron Man 2", "Spider Man 4 ... as well as the latest projects Sean Penn, Keira Knightley, and "Slumdog Millionaire" beauty Freida Pinto are working on.
Mar 12, 2009 7:00 PM
"24" Recap: 8 PM - 9 PM
Mitch called the death of Bill Buchanan. And for that matter, he's been out in front of pretty much every plot twist we've seen so far in season #7 of "24". And in this week's column, Mitch predicts we still have one major plot shift coming. The Bauer Body Count is now up to 21 (roughly one kill every 34 minutes). The Odds Of Survival chart has shifted dramatically. And as always, we get Mitch's hysterical recap of last week's episode.
Mar 10, 2009 7:00 PM
Movie Review: Watchmen
The "unfilmable" film has been filmed and has been released. And now that it has, Mitch doesn't think the arguing about "Watchmen" will die down anytime soon, and calls it one of the most critically polarizing films he's seen in the past decade; a "Love it or Hate it" movie if there ever was one. Why all the buzz? What did our trusty movie critic think of the film? He tells our readers in his latest movie review for us here at The Cleveland Fan.
Mar 08, 2009 7:00 PM
The Crystal Ball - March 6 Releases
Take 2: "Taken" & "Taking Chance"
"24" Recap: 6 PM - 8 PM
"24" Recap: 5 PM - 6 PM
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