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  • 'Dallas Buyers Club' first in the mail for SAG Awards voters

    'Dallas Buyers Club' first in the mail for SAG Awards voters
    With Focus Features restructuring and shifting its identity toward the mainstream, "Dallas Buyers Club" represents the last Oscar hurrah for the division's James Schamus-led era that gave us great movies such as "The Pianist," "Brokeback Mountain,"...
  • On Demand DVD New Releases Oct. 14-20

     
    On Demand DVD New Releases Oct. 14-20 Not too Many Big-name titles debuting this week, but there's still plenty on offer: The Heat Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy star in this buddy cop comedy about an uptight FBI agent who must partner with a...
  • Kristen Wiig, so weird on 'SNL,' goes (somewhat) normal for 'Bridesmaids'

    Kristen Wiig, so weird on 'SNL,' goes (somewhat) normal for 'Bridesmaids'
    Kristen Wiig has just come off an average Saturday night, one that required her to wear a 2-foot-high wig, shuffle lethargically around a stripper pole and bury her face in Helen Mirren's cleavage. "I was like, 'Are you cool with this? 'Cause I'm...
  • 'Bridesmaids' review: Kristen Wiig becomes a movie star and takes back the term "chick flick"

    'Bridesmaids' review: Kristen Wiig becomes a movie star and takes back the term "chick flick"
    ***1/2 (out of four) Single, financially unstable Annie (Kristen Wiig) isn’t exactly a rock in the emotional department (more like paper), but her lifelong friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph) considers no one else to be her maid of honor. When another...
  • Nicole Ari Parker gets laughs -- at last! -- in '35 and Ticking'

    Nicole Ari Parker gets laughs -- at last! -- in '35 and Ticking'
    Sharp and svelte but also funny, Nicole Ari Parker typically hits the screen as put-together characters like Eddie Murphy's ex-wife in "Imagine This." So she leapt at the chance to play Zenobia, the comically confused sportscaster heroine of "35 and...
  • Meghan Daum: Breaking comedy's raunch barrier

    The results are in: "Bridesmaids," the much-hyped girl-raunch comedy touted as the long-awaited antidote to Judd Apatow's "bromance" phenomenon, opened way bigger than expected at the box office, thereby proving that women can be just as funny —...
  • Reel Critics: Ferrell shows heart in 'Everything Must Go'

    Reel Critics: Ferrell shows heart in 'Everything Must Go'
    Will Ferrell jumps way outside of his goofy screen persona to play an alcoholic at the end of his rope in "Everything Must Go." The movie opens during a disastrous day that ends with the loss of his job, car, house and marriage in a matter of hours. With...
  • 'Pirates of the Caribbean' plunders foreign markets

    'Pirates of the Caribbean' plunders foreign markets
    Americans appear to be growing tired of riding the high seas with Capt. Jack Sparrow, but "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" found box office treasure anyway. The fourth entry in the Johnny Depp-starring "Pirates" series raked in $256.3...
  • Melissa McCarthy voted Pop Person of the Year

    Melissa McCarthy voted Pop Person of the Year
    She pushed for a female fight club in "Bridesmaids." And ever since, Melissa McCarthy has been kicking ass. This year, she's best known for stealing scenes as Megan in the blockbuster--with her sexually aggressive, hilarious lines. Who could forget such...
  • Are bigger things ahead for 'Bridesmaids'?

    Are bigger things ahead for 'Bridesmaids'?
    Comedies are often the most talked-about movies of the year, but even the good ones are often overlooked when it comes to awards season. Hoping to buck the trend is "Bridesmaids," the raunchy, female-driven ensemble that racked up close to $170 million at...
  • Smart moves, sad omissions from Golden Globe 2011 movie noms

    Smart moves, sad omissions from Golden Globe 2011 movie noms
    Allow me to begin my take on this morning's Golden Globe nominations with a sigh of relief: the extremely shallow, incredibly exploitative assumed Oscar contender "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," one of the worst movies of the year, received zero...