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  • Film Review: 'Winter's Tale'

    Angels and demons. A man who doesn't age. A snow-white pegasus. Colin Farrell's hair. In every respect, "Winter's Tale" is a movie rife with mysterious and unexplainable phenomena -- elusive supernatural occurrences that its characters insist on...
  • Eva Marie Saint Talks Hollywood Ageism at 'Winter's Tale' Premiere

    "Winter's Tale" marks the first time in eight years, since 2006′s "Superman Returns," that legendary screen actress Eva Marie Saint has appeared in a movie. What took her so long? "I don't know," Marie Saint, 89, said on Tuesday night at the...
  • Will Smith Makes Surprise Appearance in 'Winter's Tale'

    The reviews for "Winter's Tale" (currently a 6% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes) have not been kind. But at least give the fantasy epic, based on a 1983 novel by Mark Helprin, credit for this -- it has one of the most eclectic casts for a Valentine's Day release...
  • Film Review: 'Endless Love'

    Unlike Franco Zeffirelli's notoriously over-the-top 1981 filmization of Scott Spencer's novel, Shana Feste's "Endless Love" seems less a misguided adaptation than a deliberate, flat-out rewrite. Feste and co-scripter Joshua Safran turn a dark tale of...
  • Colin Farrell turns romantic in the fantasy film 'Winter's Tale'

    Colin Farrell turns romantic in the fantasy film 'Winter's Tale'
    Colin Farrell wanted a cigarette, but he didn't have one on him. He was sitting poolside at the Roosevelt Hotel, which seemed like the kind of place where one smokes. So he asked a pretty hostess if she had a pack; she did not. "You want a cigarette?"...
  • 'RoboCop,' 'About Last Night' likely no match for 'Lego Movie'

    'RoboCop,' 'About Last Night' likely no match for 'Lego Movie'
    Two 1980s remakes, "RoboCop" and "About Last Night," are poised to beat rival Valentine's Day fare at the box office, but neither is likely to knock down last week's massive chart-topper "The Lego Movie." The irreverent toy-based comedy should best...
  • Box Office: 'Lego Movie' Set to Crush Valentine's Day Weekend

    Valentine's Day and President's Day should pack a sizable punch at the weekend box office, though East Coast blizzards could cut into the holiday fun. Sony-Screen Gems' "About Last Night," which is tracking in the mid-to-high $20 millions in four days,...
  • Review: Colin Farrell and 'Winter's Tale' unabashedly romantic

     Review: Colin Farrell and 'Winter's Tale' unabashedly romantic
    "Winter's Tale" is so obviously a passion project, so much a labor of love for industry veteran Akiva Goldsman, that you'd like to be able to say it's a complete success. It isn't, but the parts that do succeed, especially the fervor between stars Colin...
  • REVIEW: 'Winter's Tale' ★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'Winter's Tale' &#9733 1/2
    In the movies, particularly in the case of best-sellers adapted for the screen, time travel and its next-door neighbor, reincarnation, seem like a good idea at the time. But very often something goes gooey. Even with Colin Farrell's soulful eyes, the...
  • 'RoboCop' Getting Crushed by 'Lego Movie' at Box Office

    Warner Bros.' "The Lego Movie" will be the big winner of the President's Day weekend box office while openings of Sony's "RoboCop" remake and Warner's "Winter's Tale" look disappointing, early forecasts indicate. "Lego," with $80 million in its first...
  • At 89, Eva Marie Saint is 'still in the ballgame'

     At 89, Eva Marie Saint is 'still in the ballgame'
    Eva Marie Saint won a supporting actress Oscar for her luminous film debut as Marlon Brando's character's girlfriend in Elia Kazan's landmark 1954 drama, "On the Waterfront." And she's given memorable turns with Cary Grant in Alfred Hitchcock's 1959...