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  • 'Lone Survivor' ambushes 'Frozen' to top weekend box office

    Universal Pictures' Afghanistan war drama "Lone Survivor" stormed movie theaters over the weekend, while "The Legend of Hercules" debuted to less-than-legendary results. "Lone Survivor," based on Marcus Luttrell's bestselling first-hand account of an...
  • ‘Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.’: Fred Tatasciore on playing primal

     
    Fred Tatasciore is a fun-loving guy, but he’s best known in Hollywood for bringing to life a creature fueled by […]...
  • Hulk rumors: Mark Ruffalo says no standalone Hulk film — for now

     
    Mark Ruffalo has been addressing rumors — and the clamoring of Hulk fans — about the possibility of a standalone ......
  • Reel Critics: 'Hanna' plot thrills, engrosses

    If planning to see the new thriller "Hanna" (and you should), then fasten your seat belts. Wow. Director Joe Wright ("Atonement") once again guides Saoirse Ronan to a stunning performance in this kinetic, demented fairy tale mixing nonstop action,...
  • 'Hanna'

    'Hanna'
    Trained as an assassin by her CIA-veteran father (Eric Bana), a youngster (Saoirse Ronan, reteaming with "Atonement" director Joe Wright) becomes the target of an intelligence agent (an appropriately steely Cate Blanchett) in this well-staged action tale....
  • Classic, now enhanced, 'Finding Nemo' washes back onshore ★★★★

    Classic, now enhanced, 'Finding Nemo' washes back onshore ★★★★
    It's the details that stand out whenever a classic film is converted to 3-D. With "Finding Nemo 3D," the shimmering sea surface, scratches on the lens of a diver's goggles and smudge marks Nemo the clown fish makes when he mashes his face up against...
  • Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2012: Here are 27 reasons to love it

    Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2012: Here are 27 reasons to love it
    Last year’s Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival opened with a gamble: a little-known French film with no box-office stars that was not only shot in black-and-white, but came with another layer of anachronistic provocation. It was a silent...
  • Q&A: Seann William Scott of 'Goon'

    Q&A: Seann William Scott of 'Goon'
     After a career spent playing what he calls “jackasses,” Seann William Scott has no idea why he was the filmmakers' choice to star as a nice guy in “Goon.” Even if that nice guy, based on real-life minor league hockey player Doug...
  • April 8–NEXT weekend has more movies than you can humanly see

     
    April 8 is the opening day of the Florida Film Festival – 165 films, 9 days, a few stars, a few filmmakers Q&As.  I will post scores of reviews of festival films this weekend just to help you decide what to get a ticket to see. There are always don'...
  • ‘Hanna’ director clocks ‘Sucker Punch’ at WonderCon

     
    So many comic book and fanboy conventions, so few weekends. Joe Wright, the estimable director of “Atonement” and “Pride and Prejudice” (the Keira K. version) and “The Soloist” was at WonderCon in San Fran last weekend,...
  • Movie Review: Hanna

     
    In a remote snowy forest in the far north, a figure in camouflage stalks a reindeer with bow and arrow. An arrow flies, the deer tumbles off across a lake to die an agonizing death. But the hunter, a teenage girl , gives chase. “I just missed your...