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  • Steve Perry left journey a long time ago and there is still Journey, man what's up with you?

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Steve Perry left journey a long time ago and there is still Journey, man what's up with you?

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • A review of another Asylum mockbuster: Journey to the Centre of the Earth is based predictably loosely on Jules Verne's classic novel - released in the UK under the title Journey to Middle Earth, and of course timed for release alongside the recent imax-3D film starring Brendan Fraser.

    Crash and Verne

  • A review of another Asylum mockbuster: Journey to the Centre of the Earth is based predictably loosely on Jules Verne's classic novel - released in the UK under the title Journey to Middle Earth, and of course timed for release alongside the recent imax-3D film starring Brendan Fraser.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Another thing that ought to be of considerable interest to Tocqueville aficionados is that the travel diary of his visit to the fledgling U.S. has been published, under the title Journey to America, a most interesting book which you can find several instances of available here.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy says why Barack Obama will be President.

  • We thank Ritchie and her family for sharing what she calls her Journey of Life with

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  • The screenplay has piqued our interest, as neither The Mars Movie Guide nor VideoHound’s Golden Movie Retriever 2008 lists a Hollywood film with the title Journey to Mars.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • I didn't like it in Journey's End, and I feel more people dislike it now in Torchwood.

    TORCHWOOD: CoE...Episode 5...Spoilers!

  • Rose is given the same offer earlier in Journey's End ... when the Doctor doesn't regenerate.

    Humperdinck: "Now, if we only had a wheelbarrow..."

  • Rose being there is what stimulated him to regenerate at all ... in Journey's End?

    The Essence of the Humperdinck!

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