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  • Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination

    Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination
    "Parkland" hangs on a split second on Nov. 22, 1963, when a president was shot, a country was wounded and a city was brought to its knees. This unsettling film zeros in on the initial impact — just four days — for those closest to the president, for the many ordinary people of Dallas who became involved, and for a city that would begin to wear the assassination of John F. Kennedy like a shroud.
  • Tom Hanks' 'Captain Phillips' to premiere at N.Y. Film Festival

    Tom Hanks' 'Captain Phillips' to premiere at N.Y. Film Festival
    “Captain Phillips,” Paul Greengrass’ fact-based story of the hijacking of a U.S. cargo ship by Somali pirates, will have its world premiere at the New York Film Festival. Organizers announced the news Monday, saying the Tom Hanks film...

    'Robin Hood'

    Here, at last, is Ridley Scott's Russell Hood: Prince of Prequels, a dark and brawny version of the Robin Hood legend that anchors itself in English history and loses some of the merriment in the process. Scott, his screenwriter (Brian Helgeland of...

    'Green Zone'

    'Green Zone'
    The controversy over purported weapons of mass destruction early in the Iraq War gets a dramatic spin - and, for its visceral thrills, plays loose with some of the facts - in this reteaming of Matt Damon and "Bourne"-franchise director Paul Greengrass,...

    Is 'Green Zone' really appallingly anti-American?

    When it comes to healthcare legislation, congressional Republicans keep saying let's scrap the whole thing and start from scratch. That's sort of the way conservative bloggers feel about Hollywood movies, with an emphasis on the "scratch the whole thing"...