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  • Kenneth Turan's DVD picks: Amazing musicals from MGM and Frank Sinatra

    Kenneth Turan's DVD picks: Amazing musicals from MGM and Frank Sinatra
    The only thing better than a single Hollywood musical is a boxed set, and two such boxes are currently new on the scene from Warner Bros. The first, simply named “Musicals,” gathers a quartet of classics from MGM: “The Band Wagon,&...
  • Throwback Thursday: Original ‘Poltergeist’ conjured controversy over ratings creative control

     
    It's an image ingrained in the memory of horror film fans: A little girl in front of a static-filled television […]...
  • 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' to stay on top as 'Hot Pursuit' makes debut

    'Avengers: Age of Ultron' to stay on top as 'Hot Pursuit' makes debut
    "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will likely champion the box office in its second weekend in release. The Disney Studios-Marvel superhero sequel launched with $191.3 million in the U.S. and Canada, falling short of its predecessor's record $207.4-million...
  • A final night at Vegas' Riviera, and a grand goodbye for a grand old dame

    A final night at Vegas' Riviera, and a grand goodbye for a grand old dame
    Along the bejeweled gambling strip, casinos have always been a model’s runway of sorts, each newcomer sleeker and more glamorous than the last. But pity those growing old in this place with a neurosis for reinvention. Start showing your age...
  • 'An American in Paris' on Broadway: What did the critics think?

    'An American in Paris' on Broadway: What did the critics think?
    There can be no doubt about it: "An American in Paris" thrilled critics on its opening night at Broadway's Palace Theater on Sunday, with a special emphasis on the power of the show's dancing. Directed and choreographed by ballet star Christopher...
  • ‘Downer from Down Under’: Read the original ‘Mad Max’ review in L.A. Times

     
    “Mad Max: Fury Road” is revving into theaters this weekend, accompanied by rave reviews and high box office predictions. But […]...
  • Review: 'College'

    Review: 'College'
    Buster Keaton is running in all directions at the moment. While the gravely beautiful and peerlessly graceful silent star wouldn't be caught dead shouting hip-hip-hooray, his fans can take care of that on his behalf. Newcomers to Keaton's astonishing...
  • Box office: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' No. 1 again; 'Hot Pursuit' has soft debut

    Box office: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' No. 1 again; 'Hot Pursuit' has soft debut
    It was a cold weekend for the comedy "Hot Pursuit" as the superhero sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron" maintained its mighty grip on the box office, adding an estimated $77.2 million in the U.S. and Canada for one of the highest second-weekend grosses of...
  • Two early James Stewart films out on DVD

     Two early James Stewart films out on DVD
    Movie audiences got their first glimpse at James Stewart in the 1935 MGM crime-drama "The Murder Man," which also marked Spencer Tracy's first film for the studio after toiling for a few years at Fox. Tracy plays an ambitious New York newspaper reporter,...
  • 'John Wick' duo in talks to direct Chris Pratt in 'Cowboy Ninja Viking'

    'John Wick' duo in talks to direct Chris Pratt in 'Cowboy Ninja Viking'
    The veteran stunt coordinators turned co-directors of the action romp "John Wick" may have their next target in sight. David Leitch and Chad Stahelski are in early talks to direct Chris Pratt in "Cowboy Ninja Viking," The Times has confirmed. Variety...
  • Oscars 2015: Why the film with the most first place votes might not win best picture

    Oscars 2015: Why the film with the most first place votes might not win best picture
    The Oscar winner for best picture Sunday night probably won't be the movie that the majority of voters put atop their ballots. That's because the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences uses a preferential voting system, one adopted six years ago...