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  • '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...
  • Ready for their close-ups?

    This can't be a joke because there's a writers strike on and jokes are out for the duration. So in all unscripted seriousness, I ask, could Hollywood really be smarter than Washington? Is it possible that movie people are savvier than political people?...
  • Oscar nominations a blast from the past

    Oscar nominations a blast from the past
    John Osborne wrote the key post-World War II British drama "Look Back in Anger," later filmed in 1959. By contrast there’s very little anger in all the look-backs among this year’s Academy Award nominations. Oscar's unofficial slogan in...
  • '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,...
  • 'Bullet to the Head': Fine director drives action vehicle ★★ 1/2

    'Bullet to the Head': Fine director drives action vehicle ★★ 1/2
    We've been here before. The Sylvester Stallone vehicle "Bullet to the Head" concludes with an ax fight featuring Stallone against his sneering, murderous adversary, played by Jason Momoa, going at it like maniacs in the bowels of an abandoned power plant,...
  • 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...
  • 'Gangster Squad' a fusillade of bullets and cliches ★★

    'Gangster Squad' a fusillade of bullets and cliches ★★
    A triumph of production design but a pretty dull kill-'em-up otherwise, the post-World War II-set "Gangster Squad" comes from the director of "Zombieland," Ruben Fleischer. It's clear Fleischer, who also made "30 Minutes or Less," hadn't worked through...
  • 'Gangster Squad' trailer highlights L.A. landmarks

     
    The first trailer for "Gangster Squad" reveals that the upcoming period mafia movie's biggest star may not be a fedora-clad Ryan Gosling or a fatally pouty Emma Stone, but the gritty city of Los Angeles....
  • 'Saturday Night Live's' eight greatest stars

     
    Which performers were the greatest in "Saturday Night Live's" history?...
  • New documents prompt fresh PETA complaint about HBO's 'Luck'

     
    PETA has filed a new complaint against the now-cancelled HBO series "Luck" after obtaining documents they claim prove the mistreatment of horses on the set. "Luck" was cancelled earlier this year at great cost to Time Warner....
  • This weekend: ‘Mad Men’ returns; Matthew Perry joins ‘The Good Wife’

     
    Coming this weekend: Television's most-lauded drama, “Mad Men,” returns. “Luck” ends its run on HBO. And a “Friends” star joins “The Good Wife.” All three programs start at 9 p.m. Sunday. The biggest news:...