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  • Toronto Film Review: 'Cake'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A strong if self-consciously deglammed performance from Jennifer Aniston deserves more honest story treatment than it gets in "Cake," . Approaching such heavy issues as suicide, grief, separation and pill addiction with a disarming sense of humor, director Daniel Barnz and screenwriter Patrick Tobin attempt to pull off an emotional bait-and-switch by suddenly revealing a more sympathetic side to their anti-heroine, falling back on one of the hoariest and most overused of movie cliches in the process. Although Aniston and other cast names will draw distrib and audience interest, this manipulatively layered "Cake" probably won't rise to the occasion in limited theatrical play and VOD rotation.
  • Scene & Heard: Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation's Casino Night

    Scene & Heard: Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation's Casino Night
    Following the April 3 game against the Denver Nuggets, 750 Lakers fans poured into the Lexus Club at Staples Center for the 4th annual Casino Night, a $500 per person benefit for the Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation, which promotes education,...

    'I Am Number Four'

    'I Am Number Four'
    Take "Twilight," substitute a hunky young alien for a certain hunky young vampire, and you pretty much have director D.J. Caruso's ("Disturbia") sci-fi-flavored mix of action and romance. Alex Pettyfer ("Beastly") plays the earthbound extraterrestrial...

    Pettyfer braces for the fame 'Number Four' could bring him

    Movie stars love playing characters on the run, living on their wits, their survival skills and their will. And audiences can't seem to get enough of this much-loved screen scenario — be it in "Shooter" or "The Fugitive" or a certain amnesiac secret...

    Review: 'Beastly,' the hilariously awful tale of a selfish jerk who learns absolutely nothing

    Review: 'Beastly,' the hilariously awful tale of a selfish jerk who learns absolutely nothing
    * (out of four) Passionately in love with his own appearance, high school hotshot Kyle (Alex Pettyfer of “I Am Number Four”) doesn’t care about the environment but tells his classmates to elect him president of the “Green...