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  • 'Mike & Molly: The Complete First Season'

    'Mike & Molly: The Complete First Season'
    It's a big week for Melissa McCarthy, since in addition to her "Bridesmaids" performance, her Emmy-nominated work in this CBS sitcom also hits home video. The actress graduated from supporting player ("Gilmore Girls") to star as the female half of a...
  • Australian film 'The Sapphires' finds its American soul

    Australian film 'The Sapphires' finds its American soul
    "The Sapphires," which opens Friday, is the crowd-pleasing, based-on-actual-people story of four young Aboriginal women who team up with a male Irish manager and perform for American troops in Vietnam, so it's covering its bases internationally. The...
  • 'The Sapphires' a tuneful trip to Vietnam ★★ 1/2

    'The Sapphires' a tuneful trip to Vietnam ★★ 1/2
    Some diversions invite comparison more readily than others. Take "The Sapphires," the most chipper film ever set in Vietnam. Already, many have seen it and liked it. If you enjoyed "Strictly Ballroom" or "The Commitments," which is to say if you fell...
  • Reel Critics: 'Pitch Perfect' hits bold, funny notes

    Reel Critics: 'Pitch Perfect' hits bold, funny notes
    Two new movies are out about growing up and finding acceptance — a broad comedy ("Pitch Perfect") and moving drama ("The Perks of Being a Wallflower"). "Pitch Perfect" mixes gleeful musical numbers with raunchy campus antics. Freshman Becca (Anna...
  • 'Girls' scorecard: That time you made out with a girlfriend

    'Girls' scorecard: That time you made out with a girlfriend
    Apologies on our absence last week, ladies and gents. One of us was too busy recovering from throwing an epic rager/almost punching a guy in the wang at North Avenue Beach and the other didn't leave the house for three days due to a"Breaking Bad"marathon....
  • Movies under the stars for every day of the workweek

    Movies under the stars for every day of the workweek
    Baltimore is one city where crowds come out in the heat of the night to take in open-air movies. In mid-July last year, when the thermometer was hitting 95 in the day and stalling in the 80s past midnight, fun-seekers swarmed to Federal Hill to watch...
  • 'Friends With Kids'

    'Friends With Kids'
    Jennifer Westfeldt reprises her acting and writing skills from "Kissing Jessica Stein," adding directing this time, in this enjoyable comedy. She and Adam Scott play two friends who decide to see if they can handle parenthood without an emotional...
  • Seth MacFarlane's potty-mouthed 'Ted' dominating in Australia

    Seth MacFarlane's potty-mouthed 'Ted' dominating in Australia
    Big-budget tent poles dominated the international box office this weekend, but there was one country that Spider-Man and the prehistoric "Ice Age" mammals couldn't conquer: Australia. Down Under, the potty-mouthed "Ted" ruled the multiplex, grossing a...
  • Reel Critics: 'John Carter' a mix of other successful franchises

    Reel Critics: 'John Carter' a mix of other successful franchises
    Disney managers invested $250 million to make"John Carter,"the next blockbuster of fantasy adventure films. They borrowed major elements from other hit movies. They spent serious money to illustrate the exploits on screen with riveting special effects....
  • City Lights: Movie experience still worthwhile

    On New Year's Day, my wife and I saw Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" at the Cinemark at Bella Terra. For those who haven't seen it yet, it's about a young orphan who lives in a train station in Paris and finds escape through the silent movies that play at the...
  • Sketchfest's return unearths more comedy gold

    Sketchfest's return unearths more comedy gold
    Much as we like to boast about Chicago's long roster of homegrown comedic talents (insert meaningful nod in the direction of Tina Fey and Stephen Colbert), audiences can sometimes forget how deep the local bench is at any given moment. But then every...