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  • 'Dancing with the Stars' recap, Season 19 begins

    Y'all, I'm nervous about this season. We've got a new showrunner and he's talking about shaking things up. Once we got Erin Andrews, I didn't need any more shaking. Argh. There's a weird new opening featuring Len and Bruno leaving England and coming...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Cobbler'

    Adam Sandler has taken some almighty drubbings from critics (including this one) for his series of increasingly moribund comedies over the past few years, so it deserves to be stated upfront: Of the many things that go horribly wrong with his latest, "The...
  • Review: 'Dead Before Dawn 3D' lunges at comedy and misses

    Review: 'Dead Before Dawn 3D' lunges at comedy and misses
    It's been said no one purposely sets out to make a bad movie. But in the case of the grade-Z horror comedy "Dead Before Dawn 3D," that assertion is up for debate. Directed with sledgehammer finesse by April Mullen from Tim Doiron's cartoonish script (they...
  • Kevin Hart filming comedy in L.A. with help of state tax break

    Kevin Hart is filming another movie in Los Angeles — with the help of a nearly $3-million state tax break. The diminutive, fast-talking comedian and actor is starring in a comedy from Screen Gems and Miramax called "The Wedding Ringer," which...
  • Hollywood United Methodist Church puts its faith in filming

    Hollywood United Methodist Church puts its faith in filming
    Location manager Brian O'Neill needed a location to film a wedding scene for the upcoming move "The Wedding Ringer," and he knew just the place: Hollywood United Methodist Church at the corner of Franklin and North Highland avenues. With its Gothic...
  • FLIFF 2013: Lea Thompson, right here, right now

    FLIFF 2013: Lea Thompson, right here, right now
    At age 52, Lea Thompson isn’t looking back, nor does she spend time worrying about the future. She’s happy right where she is, with a diverse acting resume, a new movie to tout and two ambitious daughters (actress Zoey and Madelyn, a musician)...
  • FLIFF 2013: Celebs, sequins and tears on opening night

    FLIFF 2013: Celebs, sequins and tears on opening night
    Stretch limos, tuxedos, sequins and bouquets of Kleenex were the order of the evening at Friday’s red-carpet opening of the 28th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. Among the most glittery of Hollywood glitterati were...
  • 'Breakfast Club': How a talky teen film became a classic

    'Breakfast Club': How a talky teen film became a classic
    I was in 7th grade when "The Breakfast Club" opened in theaters, and I distinctly remember thinking the movie was totally right about everything. I wasn't in high school yet (and that was surely one of movie's allures; a peek in a world I would soon...
  • How realistic is the 2015 of 'Back to the Future Part II'?

    How realistic is the 2015 of 'Back to the Future Part II'?
    The future — at least Chicago-born director Robert Zemeckis' idea of the future, as envisioned in 1989 — arrives, in our present space-time continuum, in 553 Earth days. That date, Oct. 21, 2015, is when "Back to the Future Part II" is set,...
  • David Letterman retiring: Five memorable movie guests

    David Letterman retiring: Five memorable movie guests
    The late-night circuit is usually a well-oiled Hollywood hype machine through which movie stars and hot-shot directors can safely plug their latest films. Every once in a while, though, things go off the rails, a phenomenon that seems to happen with a bit...
  • 'Last Remaining Seats' to show classic films in historic L.A. theaters

     'Last Remaining Seats' to show classic films in historic L.A. theaters
    Architecture fans can experience the opulent charm of downtown Los Angeles' historic movie palaces when the Los Angeles Conservancy's popular "Last Remaining Seats" film series kicks off June 11 with "The Lady Eve" at the Los Angeles Theatre. Tickets to...