Right now these are the first linked articles on Google News about the new movie "Meet the Fockers". Whole paragraphs are copied wholesale, but the copier also did some rewording: "You can't argue with the talent involved" becomes "No one can doubt the talents involved." And then the opening paragraph of the CNN review ("Laughter is based on the unexpected...") was shifted to the middle of the China View review. Finding the other similarities is left as an exercise for the reader... This reminded me of the classic "Congress Demands New Stadium" incident where an Onion article got reported as truth. (Sadly, the original aricle is now behind pay-only doors.) (I'm assuming that the CNN review is the legit one, since it lists an author and the style is more consistent.) Presumably there's nothing CNN can do about a paper in another country, but it made me wonder what standards Google and other news aggregators use to select their sources. In any case, I won't be rushing out to see this movie.
Plagiarizing the Fockers? Compare this review with this review.