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  • Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence have strong bond in 'Serena'

     Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence have strong bond in 'Serena'
    Several months before Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence would become bona fide movie stars with the late-2012 release of "Silver Linings Playbook," they shot the Depression-era tale "Serena." However, unlike "Linings" and their third collaboration,...
  • '3 Holes and a Smoking Gun' is awkward mix of pulp and satire

    '3 Holes and a Smoking Gun' is awkward mix of pulp and satire
    Awkwardly aiming for a tone landing somewhere between vintage pulp fiction and self-reverential satire, the stagy low-budget crime thriller "3 Holes and a Smoking Gun" is constructed around the admittedly alluring premise of a sought-after movie script...
  • Any way you cut it, 'The Barber' is dumb

    Any way you cut it, 'The Barber' is dumb
    "The Barber" is one of those did-he-or-didn't-he? thrillers that more readily asks another question, the answer to which is: Yes, they did … make a seriously dumb movie. The premise is that Scott Glenn's shuffling, white-haired, small-town barber...
  • 'Nightlight' does little to illuminate found-footage genre

    Centered on youngsters tempting fate in reputedly haunted woods, "Nightlight" has all the trappings of your garden-variety found-footage horror flick: murky, shaky cinema verité that disorients and leaves much to your imagination. But the film's POV shots...
  • 'Sound of Music,' 'Pretty Woman' heroines so similar, yet so different

     'Sound of Music,' 'Pretty Woman' heroines so similar, yet so different
    There is a very specific portrait of a lady that has long enthralled Hollywood. A young woman of modest means falls for an older man of wealth. Both the woman and the man are transformed by love, and though it might seem indelicate to mention, the money...
  • Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours

    Orlando theme park and attractions discounts, prices and hours
    Here's a selection of attractions offering reduced prices, check websites for details and restrictions: AQUATICA: "Splash and Save" ticket with admission starts at $24 when tickets are purchased online. Aquatica "Any Day" passes start at $37 when...
  • New 'Entourage' trailer is packed with celebrity cameos

    New 'Entourage' trailer is packed with celebrity cameos
    It's time to bro down.  A new trailer for the long-awaited “Entourage” movie dropped Tuesday, and wow, are there a lot of cameos. It seems the film will pick up about where the HBO series left off when it concluded an eight-season run in...
  • Filmmaker Noah Baumbach is hitting that middle-age groove

    Filmmaker Noah Baumbach is hitting that middle-age groove
    Both the exchange from Ibsen's stage play "The Master Builder" that opens the film and the lyrics to Paul McCartney's jaunty song "Let 'Em In" that close it point to similar questions about aging with grace and wisdom while remaining receptive to new...
  • Doc provides look at real-life North Korea

    Doc provides look at real-life North Korea
    "The reason 'The Interview' is not very good," my colleague Michael Phillips wrote last year about the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy, "has nothing to do with its decision, which Sony surely regrets, to name names and kill off the North Korean leader on...
  • 'An Apartment in Berlin' examines trend of Jews' moving to German city

    'An Apartment in Berlin' examines trend of Jews' moving to German city
    A young Jewish man slipped on a Nazi uniform — swastika, brimmed hat, jackboots — and walked the streets of Berlin, drawing rebuke and curiosity in a city where the discomfiting echo of the past mingles with the vibrancy and bohemian flair...
  • '1971' recalls burglary that birthed America's 'big brother'

    "1971" is an appropriately matter-of-fact title for a decidedly low-key documentary. But don't mistake a lack of flash for an absence of substance. The story told here couldn't be more significant or more timely. As directed by Johanna Hamilton (who co-...