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  • 'A Good Day to Die Hard' to rule Presidents Day box office

    "Safe Haven" will find no refuge at the box office the weekend, as the latest "Die Hard" movie is set to annihilate the competition.  "A Good Day to Die Hard," the fifth installment in the Bruce Willis action franchise, is expected to gross a robust $55...
  • Film Review: Gothic snoozer 'Beautiful Creatures' isn't quite as dim as 'Twilight'

    Film Review: Gothic snoozer 'Beautiful Creatures' isn't quite as dim as 'Twilight'
    I never thought I'd regret not having reviewed any of the "Twilight" series. Now I do, because it would have been only a few moments' work to cut and paste several paragraphs, run some search-and-replaces ("caster" for "vampire," "Ethan" for "Belle"), and...
  • Theater review: 'Betrayal' at the Comedy Theatre in London

     
    Charles McNulty reviews the West End revival of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal" at the Comedy Theatre, starring Kristin Scott Thomas....
  • Tonight’s screening — ‘Margin Call’

     
    A financial crisis movie set within the first BIG day of the market meltdown, following the actions/moves/quandaries of one firm integral to that disaster — say a Lehman Brothers (if they fail) or a Goldman Sachs (if they profit from their...
  • Movie Review: The Lion King 3D

     
    Nobody really knew Matthew Broderick could sing, back in the early '90s. Still, it's a little bit of a surprise to recall that Disney used somebody else to do his crooning in 1994's “The Lion King.” A year later, Broderick would storm Broadway...
  • New York Film Festival: Changes in 'Carnage' surprise

     
    “Carnage,” Roman Polanski's adaptation of Yasmina Reza’s 2006 play “God of Carnage,” was the opening night selection of the New York Film Festival, and marked his cinematic return to the festival after a 48-year absence....
  • EXCLUSIVE: Zachary Quinto on ‘Margin Call,’ ‘Star Trek II’ and being the smart guy

     
    Seeing as how Zachary Quinto’s most famous big screen character personifies logic, reason and intelligence, and how his character in the new film “Margin Call” has been described as a “hotshot ‘rocket scientist’”...
  • Quinto comes out as ‘Margin Call’ opens

     
    Zachary Quinto, a wonderful choice to play Mr. Spock in the “Star Trek” revival, a smart cookie whose first film, as producer/co-star, “Margin Call,” is a vivid behind the scenes look at the Wall Street meltdown seen at one New...
  • Zachary Quinto identifies himself 'as a gay man'

     
    Zachary Quinto goes on the record as a gay man. "Star Trek" and "Heroes" star Zachary Quinto has played a number of gay characters, but hasn't previously been direct about his own sexuality....
  • Weekend reviews: ‘Paranormal,’ scary enough, ‘Margin Call,’ more than marginal

     
    “Paranormal Activity 3″ is, by any measure, more of the same — more “found video,” more frights at surveillance footage that reveals ghostly goings on surrounding a couple of S. Cal. sisters. It's a prequel, and it'll make...
  • Movie Review: Margin Call

     
    Maybe it went down something like this. The day begins with the march of the downsizers — those “consultants” hired by big businesses to come in and do the dirty work of laying people off. Maybe one of the guys they cut (Stanley Tucci)...