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ACTOR and comedian Eddie Izzard is among the stars backing free cinema trips for primary and secondary pupils in west Scotland. National Schools Film Week, from November 3-7, will include a preview of Izzard's new film, Igor. Call 020 7439 4880 for details about events or see the website: www.
When kids wander distractedly about the theater; couples nudge each other as they identify the voice actors ("ooh, that's Jay Leno"), and your 12-year-old daughter squirms about, rests her head on your shoulder, and starts cracking her knuckles during an animated movie, you know someone has taken a wrong turn at Albuquerque.
By ROB DEWALT I Master, we need more brains! Rob DeWalt I The New Mexican Igor, computer-animated hunchback fairy tale, rated PG, Regal Stadium 14, 424-6296, 1 chile In the dark and stormy village of Malaria, evil reigns supreme.
By MARGARET DORSEY In the newest MGM animated production "Igor," our story starts with Malaria, a quiet land of farmers who become a legion of mad scientists after a mysterious storm spreads and ruins the crops.
Exodus Film Group, Malaria.com, and the Against Malaria Foundation today announced their partnership to help rid the world of the disease with the help of Igor, the title character in Exodus' upcoming animated feature "Igor" opening nationwide on September 19 distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
By Amanda Keim, The Tribune, Mesa, Ariz. Jul. 19--KIDS OF ALL AGES -- and some just connecting with their inner child -- splashed through the mud Friday at Scottsdale's 33rd annual Mighty Mud Mania.
When Julie Brown lost her wallet shortly before she was to fly from Kansas City to Columbus, Ohio, she didn't know what to do.
From Guatemala to Ukraine, dozens of stem-cell purveyors are selling that dream over the Internet. They say they are helping patients whom mainstream medicine cannot.
By Euna Lhee, The Baltimore Sun Jul. 11--C uddling a stuffed St. Bernard and pink teddy bear in her hospital room, Melissa Cortesi doesn't cry, despite the metal braces, pins and needles that pierce her swollen right leg.
The gaming industry is a $38 billion global entertainment business [and growing], and developers are spending more than ever on marketing and production.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.