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  • No reservations for Valentine's Day?

    If you forgot to make a reservation or devote a minute of thought to your devoted, chances are you could use a little help with Valentine's Day. If your significant other doesn't demand diamonds and Michelin-starred restaurants, but simplicity,...
  • DP List: Best films to rent, see for Valentine's Day

    Here are the top Valentine's Day movies you and your sweetie can cozy up to this weekend. A variety of themes, from romantic comedies to dramas and even a teen angst vampire flick, give you plenty of options. And don't be put off by a Christmas-themed...
  • LGBT Romantic Comedy 'Life Partners' At Cinestudio

    LGBT Romantic Comedy 'Life Partners' At Cinestudio
    Cinestudio's second Thursdays series of LGBT-friendly films continues this week with "Life Partners." The comedy stars Leighton Meester as Sasha, a lesbian rock-star wannabe who is entirely dependent on her long-term friendship with Paige, a straight...
  • When love goes wrong ... filmmakers don't always know

    Valentine's Day is not far off, and for many of you, the plans will include cuddling up to watch a romantic movie or TV show. Only sometimes you may get to the end of the feature and ask yourself why anyone thought the concluding couple onscreen was...
  • 'Above and Beyond' soars with true adventure

     'Above and Beyond' soars with true adventure
    Jewish American World War II veterans wearing Nazi gear and flying re-purposed Messerschmitts for the newly formed country of Israel — it might be the dramatic highlight of a period film by Steven Spielberg. But that paradox-rich episode is among...
  • Ben Yagoda's 'The B-Side' a premature lament for eclipse of Great American Songbook

    "The B-Side: The Death of Tin Pan Alley and the Rebirth of the Great American Song" by Ben Yagoda; Riverhead (304 pages, $27.95) Can we stop mourning the Great American Songbook already? No, and yes, says Ben Yagoda. In the often engaging,...
  • 'American Sniper' and war as entertainment

    'American Sniper' and war as entertainment
    "American Sniper," which blew the doors off movie box offices last weekend, is either an attempt to repackage the Iraq War and resell it to Americans, or, as director Michael Moore has characterized it, the portrait of a coward who picks off women and...
  • Steinberg: 10 things to know about 'Deflate-Gate'

    1. All of the NFL's overwhelming dominance and revenue flow depends on the public's trust that the outcome of games is determined on a level playing field. What separates the NFL from wrestling is the knowledge that both teams are playing with...
  • 'Selma' just latest history film to face accuracy questions

    The movies just love, love, love history. But history does not love the movies back. Not even one little bit. Movies based on or re-creating the past have been a cinematic staple since the earliest days of silent film, with stage great Sarah Bernhardt,...
  • NFL conference-title match-ups deliver Game of Thrones

     NFL conference-title match-ups deliver Game of Thrones
    It's CCS: Conference Championship Sunday. Or another way of looking at it is that this is the penultimate chapter in the NFL's "Game of Thrones." And each of these surviving four armies is led by its own Prince Charming, but which will be crowned king?...
  • Review: 'Togetherness'

    On paper, "Togetherness" looks like a conventional sitcom premise: a married couple with two young kids, flanked on either side by the husband's unemployed best friend and the wife's zany, man-hungry sister. Yet as created by the Duplass brothers, this...