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  • Digital artists in India make U.S. films pop

    MUMBAI, India — Darren Aronofsky may be a household name in Hollywood, where his last two films were critically acclaimed hits. But to the young Indian artists laboring on the director's newest project — the Biblical epic "Noah" — he was...
  • Film Review: 'Island of Lemurs: Madagascar'

    The long, slender Malagasy primates that once thrived but are now skittering ever closer to extinction get their giantscreen closeup in "Island of Lemurs: Madagascar," a serviceable Imax 3D nature documentary that duly meets the requirements of the form:...
  • Reel Critics: A 'Grand' hotel, indeed

    Reel Critics: A 'Grand' hotel, indeed
    "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is a crazy roller-coaster ride of a movie with the promise of future cult status. The story masquerades as a parody of Eastern European culture and manners between the two world wars. But Wes Anderson's mile-a-minute plot...
  • Box Office: 'Noah' Opens to $1.4 Million in Mexico, on Track With 'Gravity'

    It's been a good weekend so far for faith-based films at both the domestic and international box offices. A week before its North American debut, Paramount's "Noah" has opened to $1.4 million in Mexico on Friday. The promising figure matches "Gravity's"...
  • REVIEW: 'The Lunchbox' ★★★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'The Lunchbox' ★★&#9733 1/2
    To the small but choice list of films that gracefully mix a passion for food with other potent emotions — think "Babette's Feast," "Eat Drink Man Woman," "Big Night," even "Ratatouille" — you can add one more: "The Lunchbox." Written and...
  • Helmer Jeunet Slams Hollywood's Approach to 3D at London Creative Summit

    French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Jeunet pulled no punches at the 2014 3D Creative Summit in London March 12 as he criticized Hollywood's approach to 3D and bemoaned poor-quality exhibition. "I think Hollywood is killing 3D," Jeunet told the assembled...
  • George Lucas' Request to Today's Filmmakers: 'Don't Forget the Basics'

    "The reason this is happening is because I'm pursuing my own agenda about the school and what I think it should teach," said George Lucas, who endowed three new chairs in a dedication at the USC School of Cinematic Arts Thursday. The audience laughed, but...
  • 'Million Dollar Arm's' real stars make wild pitch pay off

    'Million Dollar Arm's' real stars make wild pitch pay off
    All was normal on Hollywood Boulevard last week — or as normal as it gets, anyway — save for a strip of AstroTurf and a pitching mound that had been erected in the middle of the street. Outside the El Capitan Theatre, nine wide-eyed hopefuls...
  • Tasty film returns to the Siskel Film Center

    Tasty film returns to the Siskel Film Center
    "One bite of that, and he'll build you a Taj Mahal," a woman is heard hollering approvingly through an open window to her neighbor, a pretty young housewife named Ila who is in her kitchen, preparing her husband's lunch. "The Taj Mahal is a tomb, auntie,"...
  • Review: 'Million Dollar Arm' ★★★

    Review: 'Million Dollar Arm' ★★&#9733
    Partly it's the granite chin, and the ever-so-slightly self-congratulatory grin just above it. Partly it's his signature role, the duplicitous hollow man Don Draper on "Mad Men," the role Jon Hamm has been fortunate enough to explore the past few years....
  • Chicago parks announce summer programs

    Chicago parks announce summer programs
    The Chicago Park District today announced a new slate cultural of offerings for its summer "Night out in the Parks" program. The 14th annual Movies in the Parks series will feature multiple screenings in neighborhood parks of The Goonies, Indiana...