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  • Review: 'Mortdecai'

    Review: 'Mortdecai'
    Should the recent surge in male facial hair as a fashion accessory stall in 2015, barbers would be within their rights to blame "Mortdecai," a perky but obstinately unfunny heist caper with a hero irksome enough to make any happily mustachioed man reconsider his life choices. Directed by an off-form David Koepp, the film shoots for the swinging insouciance of '60s farce, but this story of a caddish art dealer enlisted by MI5 to assist in a knotty theft case is longer on frippery than quippery. Only particularly dedicated devotees of Johnny Depp's latter-day strain of mugging — here channeling Austin Powers by way of P.G. Wodehouse — will delight in this expensive-looking oddity.
  • 'Best of Me' is ridden by romantic clichés

    Author Nicholas Sparks ("The Notebook," "Dear John") never met a romantic cliché he didn't gently lay down atop a bed of roses in front of an orange-glow fireplace, and Hollywood has always been there to film it. This 15-year affair — going back...

    Film Review: 'The Best of Me'

    There's something unmistakably poignant about the sight of Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden circling each other with barely concealed romantic longing in "The Best of Me," though not for reasons anyone probably intended. The latest soap product to roll...

    'The Best of Me' is corn on the bayou

    'The Best of Me' is corn on the bayou
    *1/2 (out of four) “The Best of Me” comes from a Nicholas Sparks novel, so let’s break out the checklist. >> Bad boy from humble roots who falls for girl of larger means >> Girl’s dad who tries to get boy to leave his daughter...

    Gerald McRaney puts his heart into his role in 'The Best of Me'

    Gerald McRaney puts his heart into his role in 'The Best of Me'
    Gerald McRaney is just an old softie who wears his heart on his sleeve whenever he talks about his wife of 25 years, "Designing Women" actress Delta Burke. "Ten years ago, I had lung cancer," said the actor, 67, who came to fame in the lighthearted...