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Julie & Julia (movie)

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  • The real 'Julie' not as nice as Amy, 'Julie & Julia' blogger admits

    The real 'Julie' not as nice as Amy, 'Julie & Julia' blogger admits
    Julie Powell was a frustrated Amherst grad living in New York and working in a temp job when her husband suggested she take that theater and fiction writing major out for a spin and try a blog. The one she came up with, "The Julie/Julia Project," would...
  • Michael Sragow reviews 'Julie and Julia'

    Michael Sragow reviews 'Julie and Julia'
  • 'G.I. Joe' opens to $100 million worldwide, but will it hold?

    'G.I. Joe' opens to $100 million worldwide, but will it hold?
    "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" earned a studio-estimated $100 million around the globe on its opening weekend, marking Paramount's third successful big-budget action movie of the summer, albeit the smallest one. The film came in about $10 million under...
  • Julie, Julia and me: Now it can be told

    Julie, Julia and me: Now it can be told
    At a certain point in the wonderful new movie "Julie & Julia," there is a plot twist so shocking the audience gasps. Julia Child does something that seems so totally out of character that even on the way out, people were still shaking their heads. "How...
  • 'Sunshine Cleaning'

    'Sunshine Cleaning'
    Amy Adams ( "Julie & Julia") and Emily Blunt ("The Devil Wears Prada") make an engaging duo as sisters who take up a very specialized profession in director Christine Jeffs' seriocomic tale. Their business is to clean up crime scenes, and the literally...
  • Restaurant review: Le Saint Amour in Culver City

    Restaurant review: Le Saint Amour in Culver City
    The first time I went to Paris, a friend's old boyfriend, a poet who taught English to the employees of the French phone company, took me in hand and introduced me to his favorite restaurants. This American in Paris was mad about simple bistros and lively...
  • Opening day: Big Friday means 'Inglourious Basterds' could do more than $35 million

    Opening day: Big Friday means 'Inglourious Basterds' could do more than $35 million
    "Inglourious Basterds" is off to a strong start, selling a studio-estimated $14.3 million worth of tickets on its opening day in the U.S. and Canada. If it matches the performance of previous Quentin Tarantino-directed films, or recent male-oriented...
  • Meet the gimmick books

    Meet the gimmick books
    One had to relive eighth grade. Another grew a beard so long and unruly it became more famous than its wearer. Yet another got to meet Richard Simmons on a cruise ship and was ranted at by a whole raft of motivational speakers. They're not professional...
  • Gourmet magazine: once, the epitome of good living

    Gourmet magazine: once, the epitome of good living
    For 68 years, Gourmet magazine upheld at least one end of the foodie vision. For decades, its vision virtually defined sophisticated cuisine for Americans. Back then, Gourmet was the only game in town. In its early days, the magazine had a genteel,...
  • Jane Lynch gleeful about going live on 'Saturday Night'

    Live from New York, it's Sue Sylvester! You just know it will happen sometime during the 90 minutes when recent "Glee" Emmy winner Jane Lynch plays guest host on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" Oct. 9. The iconic, sardonic gym coach she embodies each...
  • 'Devil'

    'Devil'
    A story by "The Sixth Sense" mentor M. Night Shyamalan fuels this relatively OK melodrama of several people trapped in an elevator ... the catch being that one of them is Satan, meaning that things really get too close for comfort for the other four...