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  • Will Richard Linklater's 'Me and Orson Welles' have a wonderful new life?

     
    A year ago, when "Me and Orson Welles" made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, it was one of the most anticipated new films of the season and a leading candidate on most distributors' acquisition lists. Directed by......
  • Bottle Shock

     
    Bottle Shock opens Friday at Landmark Theatre in Harbor East this Friday. I haven't seen it, but I love the story:There are certain unforgettable moments in history when America has triumphed against long odds and proved itself to the world:......
  • Movie Review: Noble Son

    "Nobel Son" loosely straps a story of family disappointment and academic jealousy to a juiced-up caper flick and then speeds off on its way. What comes next is a movie with moments of vengeance-filled enjoyment but also a sense of tonal haphazardness....
  • Chris Pine...Hollywood's latest hunk with a capital H

    Chris Pine...Hollywood's latest hunk with a capital H
    Do you recognize this long-haired dude? Like many of the other skeptics out there, I was really frightened about what Hollywood was doing going retro happy with this new Star Trek production. Could this franchise really be re-launched? But that's of no...
  • Earlier Screen Testers reviews, from 'Kung Fu Panda' to 'Tropic Thunder'

    Here's a sampling of our panel's opinions on some of the films that opened recently: ' Tropic Thunder' 2 1/2 stars (fair-good) Momgreenbem: This movie was terrible. I don't know how it ever got three stars. I do not know how anyone as talented as Ben...
  • Movie review: Nobel Son -- 3 out of 5 stars

    Nobel Son stars the great Alan Rickman, over-the-top and deliciously insufferable as a college chemistry professor who treats his rudeness to everyone, the graduate students he sleeps with and the Nobel Prize he's just won as nothing less than his due...
  • It's nervous-making time at Sundance

    It's nervous-making time at Sundance
    Veteran Los Angeles film producer Leslie Urdang stands among the most fortunate independent filmmakers. One of 1,026 submissions, Urdang's low-budget "Adam," an uplifting love story featuring a man with Asperger's syndrome, was announced Wednesday as part...
  • Jenkins, Whitford Visit Whedon's 'Cabin'

    We still don't know the plot of Joss Whedon's "The Cabin in the Woods," but we may know two of the victims. Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford are the first cast members to sign on to the movie, a bewildering move considering the film is purported to...
  • Movie Review: 'Bottle Shock'

    Wine may be sunlight held together by water, as Galileo said, but "Bottle Shock" is held together only by Alan Rickman. It's interesting, given how the actor has built so many exquisite characterizations on the foundation of a certain look, that of a man...
  • Wednesday is the new Friday in movie releases

    Wednesday is the new Friday in movie releases
    PINK is the new black, 50 is the new 40 and, when it comes to summer movies, Wednesday has become the new Friday. Between now and Labor Day, the major studios and several independent distributors will release more than half a dozen new films on a...
  • Mamma mia! Movie lovers can fill MP3s with the hits

    Blockbuster season may be winding down, but the soundtrack for one of this summer's movies has scaled the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart as it ends. The never-going-to-let-you-go " Mamma Mia!" is the first soundtrack to claim the top spot since...