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  • Women who aren't 'likable' still a tough sell in films

    No matter what audiences conclude about "Gone Girl's" lead character, Amy Dunne, the film's star Rosamund Pike says that by the end of the movie, they shouldn't be wondering about Amy's authenticity. Although Pike agrees that Amy could be boiled down, simplistically, to "unlikable," she chooses to interpret Amy's personality in a different way.
  • Jason Reitman to Direct 'I Would Only Rob Banks for My Family'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Jason Reitman will direct "I Would Only Rob Banks for My Family," a true-life tale of an unlikely family of bank robbers, for Fox Searchlight. The project is based on a Texas Monthly article by Skip Hollandsworth, published in...

    Capsule reviews of feature films

    ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY 2 stars. Ed Oxenbould plays the boy who unintentionally jinxes his parents (Steve Carell and Jennifer Garner) and siblings. Comic mayhem ensues ... predictably. An adequate if artificial kids'...

    Fickle social media can boost, or trip up, Oscar hopefuls in an instant

    Fickle social media can boost, or trip up, Oscar hopefuls in an instant
    The lights hadn't even come up yet after Tuesday night's AFI Fest premiere of "Selma" when the tweets started rolling out from the Egyptian Theater, virtually all of them praising Ava DuVernay's Martin Luther King biopic and the performance of its star,...

    Film Review: '21 Years: Richard Linklater'

    As a midway celebration of one of American independent cinema's most vital careers, "21 Years: Richard Linklater" makes for a disappointingly hollow hagiography: gushy, superficial and strangely overdue -- arriving significantly later than its title...