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  • USA's 'Covert Affairs' returns for more overt fun

    The spy game is alive and well on television. A prime example: "Covert Affairs," the USA Network adventure-drama show that scored high ratings right out of the gate last summer. With filmmaker Doug Liman ("The Bourne Identity") among its executive...
  • Review: 'Gnomeo and Juliet' is expected mixed bag that comes from putting the Bard in the yard

    Review: 'Gnomeo and Juliet' is expected mixed bag that comes from putting the Bard in the yard
    **1/2 (out of four) Two adjacent houses. In one yard, tiny garden gnomes with red hats. In the other, an enemy group of gnomes with blue hats. Can Gnomeo (voiced by James McAvoy) from the blue side and Juliet (Emily Blunt) from the red side find love...
  • Review: 'The Adjustment Bureau,' 2011's first mainstream movie that makes you feel something

    Review: 'The Adjustment  Bureau,' 2011's first mainstream movie that makes you feel something
    ***1/2 (out of four) Hotshot politician David Norris (Matt Damon) isn’t as focused on his career after he meets beautiful dancer Elise (Emily Blunt). One problem: A group of mysterious men who have the ability to freeze time and manipulate space...
  • John Krasinki finds buyer for West Hollywood home

    John Krasinki finds buyer for West Hollywood home
    Update: "The Office" star John Krasinski, husband of actress Emily Blunt, has sold a West Hollywood home for $880,000. It came on the market at $945,000 in March. The 1926 English country-style house is gated and sits behind tall hedges. The nearly 1,...
  • Reel Critics: First-rate visuals in animated 'Rango'

    Gore Verbinski directed the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise. The special effects expertise of Industrial Light and Magic were a key to his success. Their pedigree goes all the way back to the "Star Wars" series. Their skills were sharpened on the...
  • Q&A: Emily Blunt of 'Salmon Fishing in the Yemen'

    Q&A: Emily Blunt of 'Salmon Fishing in the Yemen'
    Emily Blunt wants to jump off a building.   Don’t worry; she’s just talking about taking on an action role, which she hasn’t had a chance to do yet. “Something where I have to wear a wire,” the English actress says with a...
  • 'Salmon Fishing in the Yemen' review: Sounds super interesting, right?

    'Salmon Fishing in the Yemen' review: Sounds super interesting, right?
    ** (out of four) If subjected to a movie about a niche sport in a distant place, I’d admittedly much rather see “Ping Pong in Bora Bora” or “Jai Alai Atop Mount Everest.” Still, it’s odd how clearly the characters...
  • Fresh ways to wear coral lipstick this spring

    Fresh ways to wear coral lipstick this spring
    Spring clothing is all about juicy, neon color, and punctuating the look with a pop of coral lipstick seems to be the way fashion-conscious girls are balancing their brights. But coral lips can be intimidating. The color falls out of the classic red zone...
  • Reel Critics: Dump this raunchy 'Jump Street'

    Reel Critics: Dump this raunchy 'Jump Street'
    Rude, crude and rowdy, "21 Jump Street"purports to be a major Hollywood movie. But it sure looks like the kind of trash TV that Jerry Springer used to promote. However, this convoluted cop/buddy flick does manage to create some raunchy laughs in spite of...
  • Is your life a romantic comedy?

    Is your life a romantic comedy?
    Everyone’s had that moment—maybe a bus drove past and splashed you, or a fetching stranger picked up a receipt you dropped at Starbucks—when you say to yourself, “This feels just like a romantic comedy. If this were a movie,...
  • 'The Five-Year Engagement' review: Funny, sweet and, yes, too long

    'The Five-Year Engagement' review: Funny, sweet and, yes, too long
    *** (out of four) Fear not, fans of Jason Segel’s proudly non-muscular flesh. His full-frontal scene may have been cut from “The Five-Year Engagement,” but a few shots of his backside remain. Eat your heart out, Clooney. As in the...