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  • Off Broadway Review: Neil LaBute's 'The Money Shot'

    Four characters dangle precariously from their respective perches on the Hollywood power ladder in Neil LaBute's "The Money Shot," an acid-tongued showbiz satire that makes up in belly laughs and inspired performances what it lacks in nuance or novelty. This is a somewhat kinder, gentler LaBute piece, in which cruelty takes a backseat to a kind of blithe, self-absorbed cluelessness. And while its targets may be obvious -- celebrity egomania, self-congratulatory activism, trashy blockbusters, diet fads -- the barbed accuracy with which "The Money Shot" shoots them down is a minor but consistent pleasure. Whether or not a Broadway transfer lies in the offing for the author's latest, an L.A. staging is certainly called for.
  • Jason Bateman, Jason Reitman Honor Harold Ramis at Live Read of 'Groundhog Day'

    Film Independent at LACMA's Live Read performances are always special - cold recitations of classic screenplays, the readings are never rehearsed, recorded, or repeated. But Thursday night's live read of the existentialist comedy "Groundhog Day," directed...

    'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2'

    This is it for fans of the enormously successful movie franchise based on Stephenie Meyer's novels, the finale ... and the theatrical box-office take proves that devotees turned out in force for it. Now parents - and both vampires now, too - Bella and...

    McNamara's Picks: 'Getting On,' 'Bonnie and Clyde,' 'Sherlock'

    McNamara's Picks: 'Getting On,' 'Bonnie and Clyde,' 'Sherlock'
    "Getting On." HBO's twisted and brave new comedy may take place in a long-term care facility, but it refuses to get the vapors or turn to sentimental mush when dealing with the grim but often hilarious realities of old age and death. Against the...

    Review: 'Bonnie and Clyde' looks great, but its history is way off

    Review: 'Bonnie and Clyde' looks great, but its history is way off
    In terms of mythology, it was Bonnie Parker who turned a small band of murderous thugs led by Clyde Barrow into the stuff of legend. Even as the Depression-era gang went on its murderous two-year crime spree, the idea of a female outlaw titillated a...