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  • Movie review: '5 Flights Up' is a middling comic look at real estate woes

    The considerable cinematic charms of Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman are no match for the hell that is the New York real estate market in "5 Flights Up," a middling comedy about getting old, trying to downsize and running up against Realtors, hagglers and...
  • Movie review: �Saint Laurent� is too scattered and random to fit its stylish subject

    French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent earns a "Gandhi" length, disjointed and arty film biography in "Saint Laurent," a patience-testing period piece that skips through the designer's glory years, catches up with him near the addled end and fails...
  • Movie review: �Bravetown� awkwardly blends tragedy and dance

    The unspoken grief of a small, patriotic rural town that refuses to talk about its combat dead is a heavy burden to slap on a formulaic city-kid-turns-rural-dance-team-into-champs dramedy. But that's what the high-minded "Bravetown" attempts. An R-...
  • Movie review: Stewart steals �Hunting Elephants� from his Israeli co-stars

    Patrick Stewart preens, poses and gives us a little song and dance in "Hunting Elephants," livening up a fairly dark and somewhat predictable Israeli caper comedy. He plays Lord Michael Simpson, a not-quite-starving actor, a highly born ponce whose stage...
  • Movie review: �Hot Pursuit� is just wasted effort

    Cheap, short and slow, "Hot Pursuit" is a comedy that never lets your forget that pairing up Sofia Vergara with Reese Witherspoon should have worked better than this. A mismatch-misfire badly misdirected by the director of "The Guilt Trip" and "27...
  • Movie review: Jack Black's a loser still stuck on prom night in �The D-Train�

    In "The D Train," Jack Black plays a guy who never forgot his first high school "man crush." Dan Landsman was the awkward lump nobody remembers. And the object of his crush? The swaggering jock, the popular and talented hunk, king of the prom. In high...
  • Movie review: �Maggie� is a somber, sad detour through Zombieland

    By this point in the virus's decades-long mutation, we've seen pretty much everything zombies have to throw at us. They won't die, even as their corpses rot and turn green, and they're always on the (usually slow) hunt for brains and human flesh. Which...
  • Movie review: 'The Seven Five' shows how cops go wrong

    In a time of intense new scrutiny of police practices and tactics around the country, the documentary "The Seven Five" shows just how wrong these public servants in blue can go when the circumstances are right. A new film about a notorious New York...
  • Movie review: �Noble� is a faith-based drama with a message, and just a hint of edge

    She flips off the nuns who took her in and educated her, is fond of profanity and wasn't above a little premarital sex. It was the "Swinging Sixties," after all. By any measure, Christina Noble was not your average heroine of a faith-based film. By...
  • Review: Hall and Oates aren't 'out of touch' at PPL Center

    Review: Hall and Oates aren't 'out of touch' at PPL Center
    Maybe size does matter. How else to explain the fact that 1980s hit-making duo Hall and Oates, who gave a perfunctory performance a little more than two months ago at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, were so much better at the larger PPL Center in downtown...
  • Review: Hall and Oates aren't 'out of touch' at Allentown's PPL Center

    Review: Hall and Oates aren't 'out of touch' at Allentown's PPL Center
    Maybe size does matter. How else to explain the fact that 1980s hit-making duo Hall and Oates, who gave a perfunctory performance a little more than two months ago at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, were so much better at the larger downtown Allentown...