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  • 'Art & Soul: Stars Unite to Celebrate and Support the Arts' by Brian Smith and Robin Bronk

    'Art & Soul: Stars Unite to Celebrate and Support the Arts' by Brian Smith and Robin Bronk
    In the new photography book "Art & Soul: Stars Unite to Celebrate and Support the Arts," celebrities are speaking up about arts programs being removed from schools. Conceived by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith and Robin Bronk, CEO of The Creative Coalition, a nonprofit arts advocacy group, this book shows famous faces giving a thumbs up to arts education.
  • 'Midnight in Paris'

    'Midnight in Paris'
    One of Woody Allen's best-received movies of late, the writer-director's comedy casts Owen Wilson as his newest doppelganger, a creatively blocked writer who ventures to the City of Light with his fiancee (Rachel McAdams). While there, he has...

    'High School' review: Nobody board this pineapple express

    'High School' review: Nobody board this pineapple express
    *1/2 (out of four) When all else fails, make a joke about balls. That may as well be the tagline for “High School,” a stoner comedy whose misguided sense of its own cleverness begins but doesn't end at its title. At a California high school,...

    Despite Adrien Brody, 'High School' offers too much wasted time

    Despite Adrien Brody, 'High School' offers too much wasted time
    The great curiosity of "High School," a "don't try this at home" comedy about stoners who drug their high school, is the presence of Adrien Brody in the cast. Brody, who won an Oscar for "The Pianist." That Adrien Brody, here in dreadlocks, with a rat-...

    'Detachment' review: A jumbled but thought-provoking reason to feel miserable about education

    'Detachment' review: A jumbled but thought-provoking reason to feel miserable about education
    **1/2 (out of four) The last time Christina Hendricks and Bryan Cranston shared the screen, “Drive” became the best movie of 2011.   “Detachment,” the latest from controversial director Tony Kaye (“American History X,”...