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  • Allen grad's role in 'Let's Be Cops' one of many in rising career

    Allentown native Fred Galle is a busy man. With roles in more than a half-dozen new films, including the now-playing "Let's Be Cops," the actor never seems to stop working. "If a movie was shot on the East Coast, I'm probably in it," Galle says. He's...
  • What kind of movie can you make in 48 hours?

    What kind of movie can you make in 48 hours?
     The 48-Hour Film Festival comes to the Naro Expanded Cinema in Norfolk this week - and, no, it's not a bunch of films with Nick Nolte as a hard-bitten cop and Eddie Murphy as his wise-ass convict sidekick. (Moviegoers of a certain age will get that...
  • '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...
  • 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...
  • Cannes 2013: Chile's onetime cult king still the wizard of weird

    Cannes 2013: Chile's onetime cult king still the wizard of weird
    CANNES, France — The Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky has made only seven features in his nearly half-century career, but his legendary midnight movie "El Topo," a wigged-out peyote western that played to New York audiences for months in 1970,...
  • Pals Mike Smith and Gary Stevens saddle up for Breeders' Cup

    Pals Mike Smith and Gary Stevens saddle up for Breeders' Cup
    Most people think next weekend's horse racing extravaganza at Santa Anita is the Breeders' Cup. It's actually the Mike and Gary Show. They are Mike Smith and Gary Stevens, the Peyton Manning and Tom Brady of their sport. They are long in experience...
  • Carolyn Cassady dies at 90; wife of Beat legend Neal Cassady

    If proof was needed that opposites attract, the loves of Carolyn Cassady's life would more than make the case. The daughter of a biochemistry professor and an English teacher with strict, Victorian values, she grew up in the 1940s envisioning a...
  • Estrenos: The company you Keep y Trance

    Estrenos: The company you Keep y Trance
    The Company You Keep * * * Robert Redford retorna como actor y director en un filme nostálgico que hace recordar el idealismo que impregnó al cine norteamericano de los años 70, época en que las películas cuestionaban al gobierno, los políticos y los...
  • '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,...
  • 'Act of Valor' director Scott Waugh lists Hollywood Hills compound

    'Act of Valor' director Scott Waugh lists Hollywood Hills compound
    Director Scott Waugh has put his compound in Hollywood Hills on the market at $1.099 million. Built in 1915, Casa De Vasquez includes a three-bedroom, two-bathroom main house of 1,332 square feet, a detached office, a two-story guesthouse and a detached...
  • A rich season for playwright Richard Greenberg

    NEW YORK — "I'm too tired to be anxious," said playwright Richard Greenberg, looking worn out with anxiety as he settled into a booth at a Chelsea diner. This neighborhood canteen, dubbed his "office" by the late theatrical agent Helen Merrill, is...