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  • 'Honeydripper'

    From his home base in New Jersey to Louisiana, Texas, Alaska and Florida, novelist-turned-hyphenated filmmaker John Sayles has crisscrossed the country weaving sprawling stories in such films as "City of Hope," "Passion Fish," "Lone Star," "Limbo" and "Sunshine State." Unique among his peers, Sayles travels his own road dramatizing an Americana streaked with social realism and a touch of the magical.
  • 'The Soloist'

    'The Soloist'
    Though it plays a little loose with the facts, director Joe Wright's ("Atonement") version of a true story remains inspiring, thanks to excellent work by its leading actors. Robert Downey Jr. plays a Los Angeles newspaper columnist who discovers that a...

    Andre Braugher, Ray Romano, Scott Bakula celebrate as 'Men of a Certain Age' turns 2

    F. Scott Fitzgerald once observed, "There are no second acts in American lives," but he never saw TNT's "Men of a Certain Age," which returns for a second season on Monday, Dec. 6. Co-created by Mike Royce and Ray Romano, star of the long-running CBS...

    `Men of a Certain Age' recap: Terry's revenge

    Sometimes the mark of a good show is the strength of its secondary characters. When the writers can create strong plots and have solid actors for them, not only does it take some of the pressure off the leads, it...

    Movie Review: Beastly

    The first good movie of the new year happens to be a “tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme.” “Beastly” is a high school non-musical updating of “Beauty and the Beast. Witty, warm, well-cast and often wickedly funny, it...