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  • Review: 'Now You See Me' a not-so-magical game of cat and mouse

    There's little magic to be had from watching "Now You See Me," a splashy, noisy and frankly preposterous action caper about a quartet of illusionists with a Robin Hood complex. For all the talent up on the screen — and one can't fault the...
  • Reel Critics: 'After Earth' not quite out of this world

    Reel Critics: 'After Earth' not quite out of this world
    Will Smith is a one-man Hollywood blockbuster. His huge financial success has earned him the right to create a vanity film project. He has taken that opportunity to create "After Earth," a sci-fi adventure that functions primarily as a star-making vehicle...
  • 'Pink Panther' jail break: Jewel thief escapes with accomplices' help

    'Pink Panther' jail break: Jewel thief escapes with accomplices' help
    A brazen attack on a Swiss prison has broken out another member of the “Pink Panthers” ring of jewel thieves and a fellow inmate, spurring a massive manhunt in western Switzerland and across the border with France, Swiss authorities said...
  • $136-million French Riviera jewel heist may be biggest in history

    $136-million French Riviera jewel heist may be biggest in history
    A lone jewel thief who struck the lavish Carlton International Hotel in the French Riviera resort of Cannes made off with $136 million in diamond-encrusted watches and gems, making it one of the biggest jewel heists in history, French authorities reported...
  • School of Seven Bells' Benjamin Curtis dies at 35

    School of Seven Bells' Benjamin Curtis dies at 35
    Benjamin Curtis, the guitarist and producer behind the dream-pop band School of Seven Bells, died Sunday night in New York after a yearlong battle with T-cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma, reports the Dallas Observer. He was 35. Curtis was raised in Dallas,...
  • 'Muppets Most Wanted' finds Kermit and company in a crime caper

    When Jim Henson's menagerie of talking animals and fish-throwing vaudevillians made their big-screen comeback in 2011's "The Muppets," Kermit the Frog and company faced down a greedy oil tycoon named Tex Richman to save their old theater from demolition....
  • Music venues to attract travelers who march to their own beat

     Music venues to attract travelers who march to their own beat
    There's nothing like attending a concert while traveling. Not only do you experience great music, but you also catch a glimpse of local fashion, dances, drinks and customs. And isn't experiencing life like the locals what traveling is all about? Here's...
  • St. Lucia builds on jingle-writing lessons

    St. Lucia builds on jingle-writing lessons
    Jean-Philip Grobler spent years churning out commercial jingles to pay the bills while working on the music that really inspired him. Now Grobler's band, St. Lucia, is drawing acclaim for the lustrous synth-pop on its recent debut album, "When the...
  • Review: Good intentions can't rescue 'God's Children'

    Review: Good intentions can't rescue 'God's Children'
    A 9-year-old boy is the innocent pawn at the center of "All God's Children," an awkward mix of B-movie crime saga and social-issue drama. Zeroing in on the sadly familiar subject of human trafficking, Moldova's first entry for Academy Award...
  • Review: 'Homefront' could use a bit more punch

     Review: 'Homefront' could use a bit more punch
    Jason Statham may not always appear in the best movies, but he's consistently a pleasure to watch, what with his East London accent, stoic demeanor and signature shaved head. His latest, "Homefront," would benefit from more of the martial-arts combat...
  • Remembering a Holy Terror

    Remembering a Holy Terror
    If you threw a rock in Miami in the 1990s, you could have struck a band that counted guitarist Dan Hosker as a member: the Laundry Room Squelchers, the Bikes, Aquafly, the Girls Named Lourdes and, of larger renown, the Holy Terrors, a punk act featuring...