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Yashin scorches Rangers

...Wild 0 ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Felix Potvin made 20 saves for his third shutout of the month as Los Angeles beat Minnesota. Philippe Boucher and Nelson Emerson scored to help the Kings finish January with an 11-3-0-0 record, the first 11-win month...

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Hakkinen competes in World Cup biathlon

...5:12.1 behind winner Martin Fourcade of France.In Saturday's 10-kilometer sprint, Hakkinen was 75th. He had three misses on the range and finished in 28:05.5, 2:55.1 behind winner Jean Philippe Leguellec of Canada.

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Flyers shred Maple Leafs

...playoffs when his shot from behind the net banked in off goalie Tommy Salo. Modano and Sergei Zubov assisted. Defenseman Philippe Boucher made it 2-0 midway through the first period when he ripped a shot from the top of the circle off the post and into...

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Jon Belton Walters

...50 years to Mary Glynn Lott, of Kilmichael, Miss., will be missed by their children, Allyson, Summer, Jay, spouses Philippe and Ellen, and adored grandchildren, Emily, Marc, Townsend, Jackson, Aidan, Sean, and Glynna. Jon is survived by countless...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...a backhander over Lawson's shoulder. Charlie Kronschabel tied it 33 seconds later by putting his own rebound past goalie Philippe Lamoureux. Defenseman Matt Jones finished off a flurry of chances with a backhander from the slot for a 2-1 Sioux lead after...

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What's Happening

...by the survivors and crafted by their childhood friend and filmmaker, Gonzalo Arijon. "Man on Wire" -- Young Frenchman Philippe Petit walked a high wire stretched between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center weeks before it opened in 1974. The film...

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Wolf Creek 2

Opens Friday, May 16, 2014 Synopsis: Outback serial killer Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) returns to torment another group of unsuspecting tourists in this sequel from original Wolf Creek director Greg McLean. The horror begins when backpacking German couple Rutger (Philippe Klaus) and Katarina (Shannon Ashlyn) make their way to Wolf Creek Canyon, where they are forced to pitch a tent for the night after failing to thumb a ride back to the city. That decision yields deadly repercussions when Taylor turns up in the middle of the night and quickly reveals his murderous intentions. Miraculously, Katarina manages a daring escape and flags down British surfer Paul (Ryan Corr), who will soon learn exactly why she is covered in blood and running scared. Now, the nightmare is bearing down on them in Paul's rearview mirror, and deep in the outback, there is no place to hide. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: John Jarratt, Ryan Corr, Philippe Klaus, Shannon Ashlyn Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Repentance

Now Playing Synopsis: A self-styled therapist gets more than he bargained for when he endeavors to help a troubled man shaken by a tragic loss in this tense independent thriller from producer/director Philippe Caland (who previously co-wrote and produced Jennifer Chambers Lynch's Boxing Helena). Thomas Carter (Anthony Mackie) is a popular self-help author whose unique blend of spirituality and positivity has gained him a loyal fan base. One of those fans is disturbed New Orleans construction contractor Angel Sanchez (Forest Whitaker), whose deep-rooted anguish over the death of his mother has slowly spiraled into an all-consuming mental illness. Sanchez has grown convinced that Carter is his only hope for conquering the trauma of his past, but the prolific author repeatedly rejects his pleas for a private consultation until his brother Ben (Mike Epps) gets into a major financial bind. Realizing that the consultation fee for helping Sanchez could solve all of his sibling's problems, Carter finally arranges a meeting. But Sanchez is already too far gone, and when the arrogant life coach attempts to speedily solve his new client's problems with a dismissive dose of New Age drivel, he finds himself held prisoner in an abandoned bomb shelter -- where he will face the wrath of a tortured soul who can no longer distinguish right from wrong. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Forest Whitaker, Anthony Mackie, Mike Epps, Sanaa Lathan Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Love Crime

Now Playing Synopsis: Celebrated French actresses Kristin Scott-Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier go head-to-head as dual femme fatales in this scathing, shocking corporate thriller from helmer Alain Corneau (All the Mornings of the World). Christine (Scott-Thomas) is the head executive at a top agribusiness firm in France. Ruthless and uncompromising, she revels in playing diabolical head-games with her staffers that include blackmail and seduction, and enjoys an almost pathologically close relationship with protégé Isabelle (Sagnier). The women also share a lover, accountant Philippe (Patrick Mille), who readily assumes a submissive role to the dominatrix posturing of each lady in the bedroom. The balance of power shifts, however, when a colleague (Guillaume Marquet) shows Isabelle how to "one-up" Christine in the office - which prompts Christine to respond with a nasty, humiliating trick involving a security camera. In the days ahead, retaliation escalates on both ends until each of the women begins contemplating felonious action against the other. To reveal more would be unfair, but suffice it to say that Corneau packs the narrative with a series of unforeseeable twists and turns. As the director's final film (he died in 2010), Love Crime brought Corneau much needed critical acclaim at the end of his life, following a series of disappointments including Words in Blue and Second Wind. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi Cast: Ludivine Sagnier, Kristin Scott Thomas, Patrick Mille, Guillaume Marquet, Gérald Laroche Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Love Crime

Now Playing Synopsis: Celebrated French actresses Kristin Scott-Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier go head-to-head as dual femme fatales in this scathing, shocking corporate thriller from helmer Alain Corneau (All the Mornings of the World). Christine (Scott-Thomas) is the head executive at a top agribusiness firm in France. Ruthless and uncompromising, she revels in playing diabolical head-games with her staffers that include blackmail and seduction, and enjoys an almost pathologically close relationship with protégé Isabelle (Sagnier). The women also share a lover, accountant Philippe (Patrick Mille), who readily assumes a submissive role to the dominatrix posturing of each lady in the bedroom. The balance of power shifts, however, when a colleague (Guillaume Marquet) shows Isabelle how to "one-up" Christine in the office - which prompts Christine to respond with a nasty, humiliating trick involving a security camera. In the days ahead, retaliation escalates on both ends until each of the women begins contemplating felonious action against the other. To reveal more would be unfair, but suffice it to say that Corneau packs the narrative with a series of unforeseeable twists and turns. As the director's final film (he died in 2010), Love Crime brought Corneau much needed critical acclaim at the end of his life, following a series of disappointments including Words in Blue and Second Wind. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi Cast: Ludivine Sagnier, Kristin Scott Thomas, Patrick Mille, Guillaume Marquet, Gérald Laroche Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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