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  • Movies look to SXSW for a breakout gig

    Movies look to SXSW for a breakout gig
    Soon after its 1987 founding, South by Southwest emerged as one of the nation's top showcases for off-the-beaten-track music. Now the festival has turned into a very different kind of launchpad -- for the often raunchy youth-appeal comedies that have...
  • 'State of Play'

    Like Steven Soderbergh's "Traffic," "State of Play" compresses a British television miniseries into a stand-alone American thriller and does a pretty good job of it. It's best to see the remake first and catch up with the 2003 BBC miniseries afterward....
  • Washington, Boston Critics Honor 'Old Men'

    Shaping up as an early critical award season favorite, the Coen Brothers' "No Country For Old Men" was named best picture of the year by reviewers in Washington and Boston. The Washington and Boston critics overlapped in several key categories beyond...
  • Superstars storm Globe noms

    Superstars storm Globe noms
    Though some awards seasons leave voters wondering whether there's enough talent to warrant nominations, let alone awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. apparently had so many favorites it gave nods to them all. Vying for the 65th annual Golden...
  • Tilda's tilt-a-whirl style

    Tilda's tilt-a-whirl style
    There's nothing conventional about Tilda Swinton, who plays the stuffy, uptight corporate exec Karen Crowder in "Michael Clayton." Not her looks, her personal life, nor her career, which took another leap forward this week when she was nominated for a...
  • Golden Globes Turn on Cable

    Golden Globes Turn on Cable
    The 65th annual Golden Globes will air on NBC, but they'll have a distinct cable-TV feel. Cable series dominate the major television categories, with seven of the 11 nominated comedy and drama series hailing from non-broadcast networks. The series...
  • The jet set will land at the Globes

    The jet set will land at the Globes
    Say what you will about the Golden Globes -- They're a reliable predictor for the Oscars! They're an empty gesture in celebrity ego stroking! -- the fact remains: You can't swing a dead cat at the ceremony without hitting someone on Hollywood's A-list....
  • Splintered selections

    Splintered selections
    SO the 82-voting members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. have punted. They're either unable or unwilling to designate any sort of Oscar front-runner. Instead, the group has nominated as many as 12 films for either best film, drama or comedy, for...
  • A-list stars may forgo Globes

    A-list stars may forgo Globes
    And the winner is . . . not here? The Golden Globe Awards are a highly rated NBC event, an often irreverent ceremony brimming with A-list stars. If the Writers Guild of America strike against the TV networks and movie studios isn't resolved, the WGA...
  • AFI names the year's best in film and TV

    AFI names the year's best in film and TV
    The raucous comedy "Knocked Up," the animated family film "Ratatouille," the final season of "The Sopranos" and the freshman comedy-fantasy series "Pushing Daisies" were named Sunday by the American Film Institute as among the best works in film and...
  • 'Knocked Up,' 'Ratatouille' Top AFI's 2007 List

    Unplanned pregnancy, greed and facing incredible personal challenges were a few recurring themes among the America Film Institute's picks for the best films of the year. AFI released its Top 10 film and TV lists for 2007 on Sunday, Dec. 16. Among the...