Articles tagged fame, fortune, and fornication

‘Top Five’ Is the First Film to Fully Showcase Chris Rock’s Genius

Top Five is one of the most original and satisfying comedies in years.

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23 Jul 2014 // 2:14 AM

A Tragedy Wanting to Happen: Death and Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey is both sculpted by pain and feels creatively defined by it. Her recent feud with the Guardian, however, reveals that she is not entirely lost.

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In Defense of Not Going Goo-goo Over Lady Gaga

Seven days. Two letters. And one angry animals rights group. Lady Gaga's rein at the top is possibly nearing its end.

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Staying on the Edge: An Interview with Damon Elliott

Having produced hits for Destiny's Child, Bone Thugz-n-Harmony, and P!nk, Damon Elliott talks to PopMatters about his career and his work on that Fame remake.

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The new MGM remake of Fame releases September 25 and the studio has just put out a new trailer. I must confess to loving the original

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Fame, because it tends to be fleeting and fickle, is hard to measure. Over the past 20 years or so, it has been persuasively argued that

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3 Mar 2009 // 4:20 AM

Music to our ears — and multiplexes

Oscar host Hugh Jackman declared the movie musical is back. Is this the proof? “Fame” What: The stories of some artsy kids over their four

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16 Sep 2008 // 10:59 PM

Callers: Fortune

Fortune is as beautiful as it is rich.

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	The Mendoza Line: Fortune

Cyndi Lauper had it right (didn’t she always?) when she sang, “Money changes everything.” But the inverse is also true: everything changes money. The

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9 Jun 2003 // 1:00 AM


Through these auditions, viewers are introduced to the one element that distinguishes Fame from similar series -- compassion.

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//Mixed media

Considering Twitter: An Interview with App Artist Nora Reed

// Moving Pixels

"Twitter is a place where bots prevail. And where they don't rule, people, acting like bots, rule. This uneasy person-bot rapprochement offers a fertile space for artistic exploration.

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