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When mom takes a break, chaos ensues

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When three Asian mothers leave their families to go on a luxury getaway, chaos ensues.

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US biker girl feels at home in Malaysia and Brunei

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Jaime Dempsey gets to visit Snake Island and an orangutan sanctuary in the History series.

“I feel like my eyes have been opened to another world,” said American biker and photographer Jaime Dempsey via a teleconference. She explores Brunei and Malaysia (using a different motorcycle for each country) for the History docu series, “Ride N’ Seek: Borneo.”

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‘Flowers in the Attic’ Sordid secrets, twisted terrors

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HEATHER Graham (standing) with (from left) Mason Dye, Kiernan Shipka, Ava Telek, Maxwell Kovach in the disturbing TV movie

Sordid secrets fester behind the charm of a model American family in the disturbing Lifetime TV movie, “Flowers in the Attic,” a grim family drama/crime story based on the 1979 book by VC Andrews.

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Mind games with trippy ‘Lucy’

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MORGAN Freeman provides the voice of knowledge, while Scarlett Johansson gets to be a dark avenger... again.

In Luc Besson’s briskly-paced sci-fi-action flick “Lucy,” the carefree titular girl played by Scarlett Johansson gets access to her brain’s hidden capabilities. She uses her newly acquired mind powers in ways that are fantastic and, at times, unnerving.

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‘The Knick’: Soderbergh medical drama on TV

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The new Cinemax show “The Knick” isn’t your typical medical drama series. For starters, it’s not shy about showing very graphic and disconcerting hospital procedures. Among the things that viewers won’t be able to unsee are shots of bloody body parts being cut, poked and prodded on the operating table.

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