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  • Rising R&B singer SZA connects to the goofy and unusual

    Rising R&B singer SZA connects to the goofy and unusual
    R&B singer SZA is keeping good company these days. Her latest EP, “Z,” features appearances from labelmate Kendrick Lamar and Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper, and recently she decamped to a studio with Coldplay singer Chris Martin,...
  • Review: 'California' by Edan Lepucki

    Review: 'California' by Edan Lepucki
    Much drama has befallen California this year. And not only in real life — that endless drought — but in fiction, as authors have made the Golden State the site of several ambitious works. At the far edge of the continent, it's a good place for...
  • 'Unbroken' trailer: Angelina Jolie drama laces up for Oscar race

    "Unbroken," the Angelina Jolie-directed biopic about the Olympic runner and World War II hero Louis Zamperini, could be in for a race of its own. The first trailer for the Universal Pictures film has debuted, and it bears many of the hallmarks of an...
  • Review: 'Land of Love and Drowning' by Tiphanie Yanique

    Review: 'Land of Love and Drowning' by Tiphanie Yanique
    One traditional Ashanti way of beginning a tale is, "I do not mean, I do not really mean that this story is true." The main character of Tiphanie Yanique's first novel, "Land of Love and Drowning," a magical-realist epic set in the U.S. Virgin Islands,...
  • 'Whitey' documentary indicts more than just James J. Bulger

    'Whitey' documentary indicts more than just James J. Bulger
    The bad guy in "Whitey: The United States of America v. James J. Bulger" is ostensibly Bulger. But Joe Berlinger's densely detailed new documentary about the legendary Boston mobster is disturbing on so many levels it's hard not to wonder why Bulger was...
  • 'Boyhood' a startling, intimate portrait of a child growing up

    There is a telling scene deep inside "Boyhood" that gets at the essential core of the emotional appeal of Richard Linklater's startling new film. It takes place in a rural church with a pastor sermonizing about doubting Thomas and faith and those who...
  • 'Audrey' definitely not worth waiting for

     'Audrey' definitely not worth waiting for
    For the title character in "Audrey," an eager-to-please woman in her mid-30s who's smilingly fraught with superstition and anxiety, an all-important, relationship-testing third date becomes instead a testing ground for her self-respect. The comedy unfolds...
  • TV newcomers 'True Detective,' 'Orange' storm Emmys race

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Television newcomers "True Detective," a crime drama from HBO, and "Orange is the New Black," a dark prison comedy from Netflix, racked up a dozen Emmy nominations each on Thursday in a challenge to stalwarts like "Breaking Bad"...
  • 'The Battered Bastards of Baseball' a fun, true underdog tale

    'The Battered Bastards of Baseball' a fun, true underdog tale
    The Portland Mavericks, an independent minor league baseball team that played for five seasons in the 1970s, didn't run with the pack. Owner Bing Russell, a Hollywood B-actor and lifelong baseball devotee, stocked the team's roster through a tryout ad...
  • LACMA to present exhibition on German Expressionist cinema

    LACMA to present exhibition on German Expressionist cinema
    An exhibition devoted to the German Expressionist cinema of directors such as Fritz Lang, F.W. Murnau and Robert Wiene will open at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in late September for a seven-month run. "Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the...
  • Boca Black Film Festival aims to feature Florida's homegrown talent

    Boca Black Film Festival aims to feature Florida's homegrown talent
    With last year's departure of the country's most prominent black film festival from Miami Beach, a Palm Beach State College professor hopes to fill that void with the Boca Black Film Festival that starts next week. The American Black Film Festival was in...