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  • Sony's 'The Interview' on strange ground, but is it in cult-film zone?

    Cult movies come about in different ways. Some, like "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," happen because their particular brand of badness lends itself to celebration. Others, such as "The Big Lebowski," reach cult status due to a matching of style and fan...
  • Looking for something musical to rock your New Year's Eve?

    Looking for something musical to rock your New Year's Eve?
    Are you shopping for a New Year's Eve party with music that's more than just background noise? There are plenty of choices for music-loving revelers this year. Here are some of the many choices (arranged in order of preference): Bob Mould: The...
  • Speedway brought life in the fast lane to 1920s Beverly Hills

    Long before the swank fashion and jewelry stores opened on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills was attracting a fast crowd. More than 90 years ago, the superstars of the silent cinema could be found enjoying auto racing at the Beverly Hills Speedway on their...
  • To close the year, 10 great performances of 2014

     To close the year, 10 great performances of 2014
    Here's a great way to end the year with this column, a celebration of 10 of the great performances of 2014. In alphabetical order: Amy J. Carle in "Gidion's Knot": Viewed in the intimate confines of Profiles Theatre, Amy J. Carle's performance as the...
  • 'Greatest Cartoons Ever!' boings, zings into Alex Theatre in Glendale

    'Greatest Cartoons Ever!' boings, zings into Alex Theatre in Glendale
    Back in 1932, Ben Bernie and All the Lads scored a hit with the novelty song "What! No Mickey Mouse?," asking what kind of a party it was without him. So where's that tricky mouse? That slicky, wacki, wicki, bolsheviki Mickey Mouse? Irving Caesar...
  • Flat. Stagnant. Well, 'Goodbye to All That'

    A charming supporting cast fails to invigorate "Goodbye to All That," a relentlessly flat seriocomic take on contemporary relationships marking the directorial debut of "Junebug" scribe Angus MacLachlan. Although completely blindsided by his wife's...
  • Bruce Davidson's photos at Huntington show a Yankee's view of Britain

    Bruce Davidson's photos at Huntington show a Yankee's view of Britain
    In 1960, photographer Bruce Davidson needed an escape route. He had just spent 11 months in Brooklyn shooting a teenage street gang for Esquire magazine, and now he found himself getting unwanted attention from grown-up gangsters who suspected Davidson...
  • British Christmas TV episodes are getting U.S. airings

    British Christmas TV episodes are getting U.S. airings
    Mince pies, Christmas crackers, all those "Keep Calm and Jingle On" T-shirts — and now television. This year, Americans can celebrate a very British Christmas without leaving their homes, much less braving Heathrow at the holidays. In the U.S.,...
  • Spending Christmas Eve with 'The Interview,' and all its trappings

    Spending Christmas Eve with 'The Interview,' and all its trappings
    I'm here, alone in my house on Christmas Eve. A couple of hours ago my wife and two of the kids left for my wife's parents' place an hour from here, in the car with the little gingerbread house and all the presents in back, to celebrate the holiday with...
  • Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes' feels too paint-by-numbers

    Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes' feels too paint-by-numbers
    Whether leaving his mark with the bizarre yet sweet sentimentality of "Edward Scissorhands" and "Beetlejuice," the brilliant Oscar-nominated stop-motion animation of "Frankenweenie" and "Corpse Bride," or the brashness of his "Batman" reboots, Tim...
  • Sony debuts 'The Interview' online, upending Hollywood-tech equation

    Sony debuts 'The Interview' online, upending Hollywood-tech equation
    Sony's decision to stream the controversial comedy "The Interview" has upended the often fractious relationship between Silicon Valley's biggest Internet company and Hollywood's film industry. Google has repeatedly clashed with major studios over the...