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Lemony Snicket on the Big Screen

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Lemony Snicket on the Big Screen

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Lemony Snicket on the Big Screen

Lemony Snicket on the Big Screen

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Jim Carey and the young stars of 'A Series of Unfortunate Events'

Jim Carrey, as Count Olaf, with the eldest of the Baudelaire orphans, played by Liam Aiken and Victoria Browning. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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A Series of Unfortunate Events is likely to be a boon for the nation's movie theaters. The dark comedy is based on three of the popular Lemony Snicket books. Jim Carrey plays the villain. NPR's Bob Mondello reviews the film.

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