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  • The Dark Knight Rises Controversies

    The Dark Knight Rises Controversies
    Everyone has been talking about the shooting in Colorado at the Dark Knight Rises. Many of my friends, knowing I’m a movie critic, have asked my opinions. I’ve decided to share many of the thoughts on all aspects of the case, in this blog. I&...
  • Farewell, My Queen

    Farewell, My Queen
    I thought it was the perfect timing to see this movie. I loved the documentary Queen of Versailles. Now, I would get to see the real Versailles. There are three types of movies I attend with low expectations – period pieces, westerns, and musicals....
  • Navigating Cannes screenings a tricky task

    Navigating Cannes screenings a tricky task
    CANNES, France — Here’s why the world’s greatest film festival, the one on the Cote d’Azur, means something, and to some filmmakers means everything — even if a lot of the surrounding movies are lame. The other evening at...
  • 'Seven Psychopaths' is mayhem with a moral core, writer hopes

    'Seven Psychopaths' is mayhem with a moral core, writer hopes
    Opening next Friday, "Seven Psychopaths" has a title promising a certain amount of spilled blood and bad behavior, and the writer-director Martin McDonagh delivers on the promise. McDonagh notes, however, that his film contains "more dialogue in the midst...
  • Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

    Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
    Let’s first address the elephant in the room – the goofy title. Well, in the mid-60s there was a movie called Billy the Kid vs. Dracula. And last year we had the surprisingly entertaining Cowboys & Aliens. I’m not familiar with the book...
  • 'Farewell, My Queen' review: More royally entertaining than you might expect

    'Farewell, My Queen' review: More royally entertaining than you might expect
    *** (out of four) You don’t have to care about sewing or the clothing preferences of the wealthy—I certainly don’t—to enjoy the valuable secrets and rampant gossip in “Farewell, My Queen,” a juicy drama about royal...
  • Is anybody having a better year than Chris Evans?

     
    My wife was cackling at “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” as we watched the DVD this past weekend, and asked, as she sometimes does, “Who's that?” when Chris Evans showed up and stole stole STOLE his scene as one of Ramona Flowers'...
  • Harvey Weinstein says time is right for sequels, spinoffs of Miramax classics

     
    For those who say no sequel could ever be as good as the original "Shakespeare in Love," Harvey Weinstein agrees. But that doesn't mean he's not game to try. In an interview after the news of the deal for his......
  • Movie Review: The Concert

     
    The Franco-Russian farce “The Concert” is a caper comedy in which the caper involves a bunch of politically outcast musicians passing themselves off as a famous Soviet era orchestra. Their goals are simple — to finagle a trip to Paris,...
  • A Tarantino Western? Well, $&^% Yeah!

     
    Quentin T. says he's finished his Western script. And if we're wondering what that might look like, he's already got his Oscar-winning pal Christoph Waltz from “Inglourious Basterds” supposedly on board. Quentin is ignoring how Christoph...
  • Mike Myers is married to Kelly Tisdale -- for a while now!

     
    Mike Myers and Kelly Tisdale are married. "Shrek" star Mike Myers married Teany cafe founder Kelly Tisdale secretly about five months ago....