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  • Walter Hill, New Orleans: together again

    Walter Hill, New Orleans: together again
    In the 1970s and early '80s, a Walter Hill movie had a very good chance of being very good. And very different from the previous Walter Hill movie. In Hill's directorial feature debut "Hard Times" (1975), Charles Bronson plays a taciturn bare-knuckle...
  • 'The Company You Keep' review: Judged by its content more than its cast

    'The Company You Keep' review: Judged by its content more than its cast
    **1/2 (out of four) Taking a break from being a tabloid punchline, Shia LaBeouf stars in “The Company You Keep” with an all-star team of veterans: Robert Redford (who also directed), Susan Sarandon, Julie Christie, Chris Cooper, Nick Nolte,...
  • Review: 'Hateship Loveship' ★★★

    Review: 'Hateship Loveship' ★★&#9733
    A lot of performers who come out of comedy, sketch and improvisation would rather die than do next-to-nothing on camera. Kristen Wiig, on the other hand — no problem. She can watch, and listen and be interesting. She's comfortable working on a small...
  • REVIEW: 'Noah' ★★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'Noah' ★&#9733 1/2
    Neither fish nor fowl, neither foul nor inspiring, director and co-writer Darren Aronofsky's strange and often rich new movie "Noah" has enough actual filmmaking to its name to deserve better handling than a plainly nervous Paramount Pictures has given...
  • 'Noah' review: Uh, no

    'Noah' review: Uh, no
    * (out of four) If you collect a massive variety of species into a confined space for a long period of time, the animals will need to go to the bathroom. They’ll need to eat. They probably will not all hang together like mellow, long-lost pals. Of...
  • Paul Mazursky made incisive, edgy comedies without a mean streak

    Paul Mazursky made incisive, edgy comedies without a mean streak
    It's hard not to take the death of Paul Mazursky personally. When Jill Clayburgh's character was unceremoniously uncoupled in Paul Mazursky's "An Unmarried Woman" in 1978, a generation of American women were right there with her, rocked by the realities...
  • Quick takes on what's new for the fall TV season

    Quick takes on what's new for the fall TV season
    Fall comes. Not such a big deal as it was back before there were 27 TV seasons in a year and a thousand new shows starting every week, but there are still something like a million series premiering on 6 billion channels between now and the end of the...
  • 'The Giver' is a brain drain

    'The Giver' is a brain drain
    *1/2 (out of four) For anyone who didn’t read Lois Lowry’s novel “The Giver” in junior high (that includes me), the big-screen adaptation will make you much more upset with “Divergent.” What a freakin’ ripoff...
  • All L.A. County medical pot dispensaries face prosecution, district attorney says

     
    Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley said today that all the medical marijuana dispensaries in the county are operating illegally, and that "they are going to be prosecuted." There are hundreds of dispensaries throughout the county, including...
  • Massive graffiti scrawl finally being removed from L.A. River

     
    Officials today began removing a massive piece of graffiti from the Los Angeles River in downtown L.A. This concrete channel east of downtown runs through two rail yards and has become the ultimate proving ground for graffiti vandals vying for......
  • UCLA student in critical condition after her throat is slashed in science lab [Updated]

     
    A male UCLA student slashed the throat of a female student at a campus science lab this afternoon, authorities said. Details about the attack were sketchy. The victim, whose name was not immediately released, was taken to Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical......