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Midnight in Paris (movie)

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  • 'Fruitvale Station' arrives, and thoughts turn to Oscar

    You may have missed it for the racket produced by the majority of movies currently going boom-boom — or, in the case of "The Lone Ranger," bust-bust — at the multiplex. But with the arrival of Sundance Film Festival sensation "Fruitvale...
  • Movie ticket prices rise, propelled by 3-D and Imax films

    Movie ticket prices rise, propelled by 3-D and Imax films
    Movie ticket prices increased sharply in the second quarter of 2013, thanks to a slate of 3-D and Imax films. The average U.S. movie ticket price for the three months that ended in June was $8.38, up 3.2% from the same period last year, according to the...
  • 'Blue Jasmine' review: Woody plays nicer

    'Blue Jasmine' review: Woody plays nicer
    *** (out of four) Recently, the flavor of Woody Allen's work has had all the sweetness of a black coffee martini. 2011's nostalgic "Midnight in Paris" turned borderline evil in the bitter, unwatchable scenes involving Rachel McAdams' excruciating...
  • Ugly Americans abroad wreak havoc in modern movies

    Ugly Americans abroad wreak havoc in modern movies
    In the astute new road-trip movie "Crystal Fairy," set mostly in Chile's Atacama Desert, Michael Cera plays an archetypal Ugly American. In fact, Cera plays several versions of the Ugly American popularized through generations of movies, novels and...
  • Top events to do Wednesday: Chrystal Hartigan's Songwriters Showcase, Jesse Jones Jr. and "Midnight in Paris"

    Top events to do Wednesday: Chrystal Hartigan's Songwriters Showcase, Jesse Jones Jr. and "Midnight in Paris"
    Movies "Midnight in Paris": Woody Allen's rhapsodic rom-com in the City of Lights is a rich ode to cultural nostalgia, set partially in romantic 1920s Paris and filled with literary notables of the era. Ernest Hemingway, Gertrude Stein, Josephine Baker,...
  • Judge dismisses lawsuit over Faulkner line in 'Midnight in Paris'

    Judge dismisses lawsuit over Faulkner line in 'Midnight in Paris'
    Sony Pictures has won out in a legal battle over whether Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" had the right to use a nine-word quote from William Faulkner's novel "Requiem for a Nun." A federal Mississippi judge on Thursday dismissed Faulkner Literary...
  • Indie Films Fight for Summer Screens

    The glut of big-budget tentpoles left even less room than usual for specialty pics to spread out and catch audience attention this summer. Fewer limited releases earned over $2.5 million than in 2010 and 2012, and the season's top-grossing indie so far,...
  • 'Blue Jasmine' will get widest release of Woody Allen's career

    'Blue Jasmine' will get widest release of Woody Allen's career
    Sony Pictures Classics is increasing the theater count for "Blue Jasmine" from 229 locations to more than 1,200 on Friday -- marking the widest release of Woody Allen's career. The drama, which stars Cate Blanchett as a wealthy socialite in the midst of...
  • Review: 'Blue Jasmine' a bleak but moving gem

    She's come undone. The title of one of my favorite Wally Lamb novels about a woman over the edge kept running through my mind as I watched Woody Allen's new film "Blue Jasmine." There's just no better way to put it. Jasmine, in such a paralyzing state...
  • 'To Rome With Love'

    Woody Allen has had considerable success using foreign locales, certainly recently with "Midnight in Paris," and he takes that approach again with this enjoyable comedy that set several stories in Italy. Writer-director Allen himself plays an opera...
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald has long been a Hollywood inspiration

     F. Scott Fitzgerald has long been a Hollywood inspiration
    Since the publication in 1920 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's first novel, "This Side of Paradise," his life and career have been scrutinized, studied and dissected in countless critical essays, articles and biographies. Hollywood too has been endlessly...