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  • Inexplicable behavior somehow never trips up 'Bound to Vengeance'

    Inexplicable behavior somehow never trips up 'Bound to Vengeance'
    Much like the protagonist in "Oldboy," twentysomething Eve (Tina Ivlev) escapes an abductor, Phil (Richard Tyson), at the beginning of "Bound to Vengeance." But immediately upon realizing she's stranded in the middle of nowhere, she returns to the...
  • James Horner's music, James Cameron's film visions intertwined

    James Horner's music, James Cameron's film visions intertwined
    James Horner's "My Heart Will Go On" added to "Titanic's" emotional punch, sent singer Celine Dion to the top of the music charts and won an Academy Award. And initially, "Titanic" director James Cameron didn't want it. "You wouldn't put a song at the...
  • French comedy captures goofy, wild spirit of 'Girls'

    French comedy captures goofy, wild spirit of 'Girls'
    At the outset of the breezily comic French film "Macaroni and Cheese" ("Les Coquillettes"), three girlfriends sit around a Parisian apartment one night. Drinking and smoking cigarettes (and cooking up some macaroni and cheese), they recount their...
  • An Oscar recognizing stunts? Jack Gill urges academy action

     An Oscar recognizing stunts? Jack Gill urges academy action
    If you need to jump a car across a chasm, Jack Gill can tell you how. If you have to drive a motorcycle through a wall of flame or fall from a 12-story window, he's your guy. Over the course of his 40-year career performing and orchestrating stunts in...
  • 'Jurassic World' is an enjoyable walk in the 'Park'

    Think of "Jurassic World" as a family film with teeth. Lots of teeth. Most of those fangs come courtesy of the Indominus rex, a genetically modified dinosaur, a killing machine 50 feet long and 18 feet high that would sooner take a bite out of you...
  • 'Love at First Fight' is a hit and miss French rom-com

    There's a better movie floating around the edges of the French import "Love at First Fight" than first-time feature director Thomas Cailley has allowed to surface. Though it's billed as a romantic comedy, this quirky tale takes too many narrative U-...
  • 'Hungry Hearts' shows love and obsession can be fatal mix

    'Hungry Hearts' shows love and obsession can be fatal mix
    A mother's fanatical concern for her baby's well being has potentially deadly consequences in "Hungry Hearts," a strange, harrowing, often remarkable story of love and obsession. Things start out lovely and romantically for New Yorker Jude (Adam Driver)...
  • Kevin Corrigan gets 'Results' with a winning lead rom-com role

     Kevin Corrigan gets 'Results' with a winning lead rom-com role
    With his idiosyncratic screen presence, at once shambolic and focused, longtime character actor Kevin Corrigan makes an impression no matter the size of his role. In the business for more than 25 years — a key early role was a small part in...
  • 'Madame Bovary' lovely but as constrained as Flaubert's heroine

    'Madame Bovary' lovely but as constrained as Flaubert's heroine
    It may be, as the proverb states, that inside every fat person there is a thin one trying to get out, but it is likely not true that inside every great novel there is a fine film struggling to be made. A case in point, and not for the first time, is...
  • 'Jurassic World' is Trevorrow Land

    'Jurassic World' is Trevorrow Land
    "Jurassic World" director Colin Trevorrow was having lunch on the Universal Pictures lot on a recent afternoon when the chairman of the studio, Donna Langley, came up to his table with a big smile on her face.  Langley's 6-year-old son had just been...
  • Grappling with love, death in the thorny, tender 'One Cut, One Life'

     Grappling with love, death in the thorny, tender 'One Cut, One Life'
    Grappling with death — and art and love — two filmmakers turn the cameras on themselves and each other in the thorny, tender and unvarnished "One Cut, One Life." The final work by Ed Pincus, a seminal figure in direct cinema, is a...