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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 1, 2004
Shark Tale is Finding Nemo with bigger-name stars, far less heart and, the guess here is, about one-third the staying power. The movie starts off with the alternating tales of Oscar (voice of Will Smith), a cleaner wrasse (a small fish that keeps coral reefs tidy by eating leftover food off bigger fish) who desperately wants to live the high life, and Lenny (Jack Black), a vegetarian shark who has the misfortune of being the son of a shark-Mafia don. Oscar is one of those fish - you know the kind - always shooting off their big mouths, but never making anything of themselves.
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By Matt Schnabel and The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2014
When a shark tagged off the Eastern Shore as part of a marine-life tracking project took off on an unprecedented monthlong journey, researchers quite literally watched its every move. Thanks to cutting-edge satellite tags, scientists at the Guy Harvey Research Institute plotted and analyzed the Mid-Atlantic odyssey of I-NSU, a juvenile shortfin mako shark that a GHRI team caught in May off the coast of Ocean City . Since being tagged, I-NSU has traveled at least 8,000 miles, more than 1,000 of them in a shockingly straight path over the course of about 30 days, researchers said.
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By Lorenza Munoz and Lorenza Munoz,LOS ANGELES TIMES | October 2, 2004
HOLLYWOOD - Fresh off its blockbuster Shrek 2, DreamWorks now begins playing to a whole new audience - Wall Street investors anxious to see whether its new film Shark Tale sinks or swims. The computer-animated movie about a vegetarian shark and a fast-talking tropical fish opened in theaters yesterday just as DreamWorks is poised to spin off its computer animation unit. Although DreamWorks hit pay dirt with two Shrek films, the initial public stock offering has the studio under pressure to show it's no one-trick pony - or, in its case, donkey.
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By CANDUS THOMSON | March 9, 2008
The Internets. Can't live with them. Can't kill them. Unadulterated flapdoodle comes oozing through the series of tubes that make up our online world. Some stuff is life-altering. I, for one, cannot wait for my $5 million to arrive from Senegal as the result of the terrible misfortune that befell "Mr. Benjamin Ngora," who needed a U.S. bank account to stash his cash. All I had to do was respond to his e-mail with my Social Security number, date of birth and savings account number. Two minutes of typing and my $5 million was on the way. I'm buying everyone a beer.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 2005
SINGLES 1. "Candy Shop," 50 Cent 2. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams," Green Day 3. "Let Me Love You," Mario 4. "How We Do," The Game 5. "Disco Inferno," 50 Cent Billboard magazine ALBUMS 1. O, Omarion 2. Genius Loves Company, Ray Charles 3. American Idiot, Green Day 4. The Documentary, The Game 5. The Beekeeper, Tori Amos Billboard magazine CONCERT TOURS 1. Cher 2. Josh Groban 3. Yanni 4. Mannheim Steamroller 5. Trans-Siberian Orchestra ...
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By Kate Campbell and Kate Campbell,SUN STAFF | June 23, 2005
It's midmorning on a sweltering summer day and the kids are up and getting antsy. Starting Wednesday, parents can pile their brood into the car for a cool, quiet and free amusement, sponsored by Loews Cineplex Entertainment. Every Wednesday through Aug. 17 at 11 a.m., the Loews Valley Center 9 Theater at 9616 Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills will host the Loews Free Kids Film Series. "We felt the Kids Film Series is a great way to develop goodwill and a nice way for us to give back something for [customers']
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By CANDUS THOMSON | March 9, 2008
The Internets. Can't live with them. Can't kill them. Unadulterated flapdoodle comes oozing through the series of tubes that make up our online world. Some stuff is life-altering. I, for one, cannot wait for my $5 million to arrive from Senegal as the result of the terrible misfortune that befell "Mr. Benjamin Ngora," who needed a U.S. bank account to stash his cash. All I had to do was respond to his e-mail with my Social Security number, date of birth and savings account number. Two minutes of typing and my $5 million was on the way. I'm buying everyone a beer.
SPORTS
By Matt Schnabel and The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2014
When a shark tagged off the Eastern Shore as part of a marine-life tracking project took off on an unprecedented monthlong journey, researchers quite literally watched its every move. Thanks to cutting-edge satellite tags, scientists at the Guy Harvey Research Institute plotted and analyzed the Mid-Atlantic odyssey of I-NSU, a juvenile shortfin mako shark that a GHRI team caught in May off the coast of Ocean City . Since being tagged, I-NSU has traveled at least 8,000 miles, more than 1,000 of them in a shockingly straight path over the course of about 30 days, researchers said.
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | January 23, 2005
Just which film (or films) may be a breakout hit from the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, now under way in Utah, remains to be seen. But the 2004 festival turned out to be a commercial, if not necessarily artistic, breakthrough. The highest grossing film of the 2003 fest was The Cooler at $8.3 million. Six 2004 films dwarfed that mark. Here's how several of last year's notable Sundance films fared (in gross box office receipts for North America): Saw: Lions Gate scored a whopping $55 million with James Wan's low-budget horror film and is preparing a sequel.
NEWS
October 11, 2004
NATIONAL Senate resolves tax dispute Late last night, the Senate resolved a dispute delaying passage of a sweeping corporate tax bill and two spending bills for disaster relief and homeland security. It cleared the way for senators to adjourn today to hit the campaign trail. [Page 3a] Campaigns fight war of words The Bush campaign released a new attack ad alleging that Sen. John Kerry can't protect America because he "doesn't understand the threat posed by terrorism." Kerry's campaign fired back with its own ad, criticizing a comment President Bush made in a TV interview over the summer, when he said of the war on terror: "I don't think you can win it."
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By Kate Campbell and Kate Campbell,SUN STAFF | June 23, 2005
It's midmorning on a sweltering summer day and the kids are up and getting antsy. Starting Wednesday, parents can pile their brood into the car for a cool, quiet and free amusement, sponsored by Loews Cineplex Entertainment. Every Wednesday through Aug. 17 at 11 a.m., the Loews Valley Center 9 Theater at 9616 Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills will host the Loews Free Kids Film Series. "We felt the Kids Film Series is a great way to develop goodwill and a nice way for us to give back something for [customers']
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 2005
Top Fives SINGLES 1. "Candy Shop," 50 Cent 2. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams," Green Day 3. "Let Me Love You," Mario 4. "How We Do," The Game 5. "Disco Inferno," 50 Cent Billboard magazine ALBUMS 1. The Massacre, 50 Cent 2. Rebirth, Jennifer Lopez 3. In Between Dreams, Jack Johnson 4. Frances the Mute, The Mars Volta 5. The Documentary, The Game Billboard magazine CONCERT TOURS 1. Cher 2. Josh Groban 3. Yanni 4. Mannheim Steamroller ...
BUSINESS
By Lorenza Munoz and Lorenza Munoz,LOS ANGELES TIMES | October 2, 2004
HOLLYWOOD - Fresh off its blockbuster Shrek 2, DreamWorks now begins playing to a whole new audience - Wall Street investors anxious to see whether its new film Shark Tale sinks or swims. The computer-animated movie about a vegetarian shark and a fast-talking tropical fish opened in theaters yesterday just as DreamWorks is poised to spin off its computer animation unit. Although DreamWorks hit pay dirt with two Shrek films, the initial public stock offering has the studio under pressure to show it's no one-trick pony - or, in its case, donkey.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 1, 2004
Shark Tale is Finding Nemo with bigger-name stars, far less heart and, the guess here is, about one-third the staying power. The movie starts off with the alternating tales of Oscar (voice of Will Smith), a cleaner wrasse (a small fish that keeps coral reefs tidy by eating leftover food off bigger fish) who desperately wants to live the high life, and Lenny (Jack Black), a vegetarian shark who has the misfortune of being the son of a shark-Mafia don. Oscar is one of those fish - you know the kind - always shooting off their big mouths, but never making anything of themselves.
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