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  • 'The Green Hornet'

    'The Green Hornet'
    Seth Rogen was controversial casting as the playboy by day, masked hero by night who has informed comic books and television and radio shows over many years. The result is uneven under director Michel Gondry ("Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"), but...
  • 'The Dilemma'

    'The Dilemma'
    What's intended to be a comedy has a serious undercurrent, as director Ron Howard guides Vince Vaughn and Kevin James through a tale that questions how honest friends should be with each other. Vaughn plays a bachelor who finds his business partner's...
  • 'Murdoch Mysteries: Season Three'

    'Murdoch Mysteries: Season Three'
    The Canadian-made series about a late-19th-century sleuth (played by Yannick Bisson) who uses methods far ahead of their time - fingerprinting being one of them - continues with these episodes. He still faces opposition to his procedures from his more-...
  • 'Justified,' 'The Good Wife' among Peabody Award recipients

    'Justified,' 'The Good Wife' among Peabody Award recipients
    FX's "Justified" seems to be on a roll in its second season. The storytelling has gotten even richer than in its freshman season. The acting, from stars Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins and the season-long guest star Margo Martindale (OK, and the...
  • Newport Beach Film Festival casts Costa Mesa

    The April 28 to May 5 Newport Beach Film Festival promises to be the biggest in the event's 12-year history, drawing some 400 films from 47 countries. And because of construction in Newport Beach, Costa Mesa will for the first time play a leading role....
  • Abby Sunderland revisits her sailing adventure and ordeal in 'Wild Eyes'

    Abby Sunderland revisits her sailing adventure and ordeal in 'Wild Eyes'
    Abby Sunderland is sitting barefoot aboard her brother's boat in Marina del Rey on a recent morning, her blond hair fluttering in the light breeze. The only physical evidence of the five months she traveled by herself at sea before her sailboat rolled...
  • 'Blue Valentine'

    'Blue Valentine'
    Michelle Williams was a recent Oscar nominee for her intense work in director and co-writer Derek Cianfrance's drama about the arc of a relationship. She and Ryan Gosling play a couple who experience many changes, from the time they meet as teenagers...
  • 'The Illusionist'

    'The Illusionist'
    A recent Oscar nominee for best animated feature, director Sylvain Chomet's ("The Triplets of Belleville") French-English co-production - based on a Jacques Tati story, which the veteran talent wrote for his daughter - takes an out-of-work magician into a...
  • 'Human Planet' lets viewers root for themselves

    Over the last few years, natural history documentaries have tended to seldom show people (unless they were research scientists, colorful locals or obsessed sorts who wanted to live with bears or wolves or whatever), while postulating that the ecosystem...
  • A Civil War road trip

    A Civil War road trip
    Ken Burns, whose landmark documentary on the Civil War established him as one of its quintessential authorities, thinks there's no better way to get a sense of the Civil War than to visit its battlefields, museums and national parks. "When we go to Civil...
  • Greer's OC: Store makes gifting, parties a snap

    I just discovered Party All the Time, a new boutique in Corona del Mar that's best described as a combination of Anthropologie, Where's The Party? and Roger's Gardens. Three sisters-in-law opened the shop a few months ago, and locals are going crazy for...