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Drama (genre)

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  • Movie review: 'Warrior'

    Movie review: 'Warrior'
    "Warrior" is too much of a good thing. A family drama set in the ultraviolent world of mixed martial arts, it shows promise but finally hits things so hard, both literally and metaphorically, that it's hard not to feel pummeled yourself by the time it's...
  • Little Fort Atkinson acts bigger

    Little Fort Atkinson acts bigger
    FORT ATKINSON, Wis. — I've been trying to think of the term for that particular experience of entering a seemingly small space only to discover it's much larger. Until I can remember the right word for that phenomenon — if the word really...
  • 'The Tree of Life'

    'The Tree of Life'
    Writer-director Terrence Malick ("Badlands," "Days of Heaven") doesn't turn out many movies, so any he does are typically attention-worthy ... and that certainly is the case with this emotionally deep drama. It boasts a brave performance by Brad Pitt...
  • Mary Fickett dies at 83; longtime actress on 'All My Children'

    Mary Fickett dies at 83; longtime actress on 'All My Children'
    Mary Fickett, who for decades played nurse Ruth Martin on "All My Children" and in 1973 won the first Emmy Award given to an actress in a daytime drama after her character made an impassioned anti-Vietnam War speech, has died. She was 83. Fickett, who...
  • Oscar-winning actor Cliff Robertson dies at 88

    Cliff Robertson, who starred as John F. Kennedy in a 1963 World War II drama and later won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a mentally disabled bakery janitor in the movie "Charly," died Saturday, one day after his 88th birthday. Robertson, who also...
  • 'Warrior' goes another round with unhappy families

    If "Warrior" predictably throws many of the same punches as the many boxing movies that came before it, there are just enough differences to make this movie seem both quirkier and more topical. Although it falls short of delivering a knockout punch, it is...
  • Local actress appears in two festival films

    Teen actress Kari Irwin appears in two films that were accepted by the Burbank International Film Festival. Irwin plays Daisy Zombie in the dark horror film, “Hinnon Valley,” which was directed by Rick Greenwood, an up-and-coming Hollywood...
  • 'Charlie's Angels' battle bad guys anew in ABC reboot

    "Once upon a time, there were three little girls ... " The "little girls" part may not sit as well now, but the new "Charlie's Angels" quickly prove themselves quite capable in fighting crime. The expectedly glamorous, Miami-set ABC update of the female-...
  • Nominated for his first Emmy, Josh Charles plays it cool

    Nominated for his first Emmy, Josh Charles plays it cool
    Josh Charles is a very competitive guy. But he's feeling absolutely no pressure to win as he arrives for his first Emmy Awards telecast as a nominee Sunday. "Someone asked me the other day, 'Are you super-nervous?' And I'm really not right now," says the...
  • Q&A: 'Moneyball' star Jonah Hill

    Q&A: 'Moneyball' star Jonah Hill
    First, allow me to list what “Moneyball” star Jonah Hill wouldn’t talk about during our interview. He wouldn’t say how he retaliated when co-star Brad Pitt pulled pranks on him. (He’s saving that for Letterman, he says.)...
  • The 168 Film Festival uncovers a big winner at the Alex Theatre

    The 10th annual 168 Film Festival concluded two days of screenings of short films at Glendale's Alex Theatre with a Saturday night awards ceremony. The festival is focused entirely on films 11 minutes or shorter that tell contemporary stories based on...