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  • 'Now You See Me' tops DVD chart; 'Pain & Gain' still No. 1 rental

    'Now You See Me' tops DVD chart; 'Pain & Gain' still No. 1 rental
    "Now You See Me," which became a surprise hit when it was released in theaters in May, is topping charts in home entertainment. For the week ended Sept. 7, it was the bestselling DVD and Blu-ray title in its first week on retail shelves, according to...
  • Universal Pictures passes $2 billion in global box office in 2013

    Aided by blockbusters "Fast & Furious 6" and "Despicable Me 2," Universal Pictures crossed the $2-billion mark in international box-office receipts for 2013, a first for the movie studio. As of Wednesday morning, the studio's international take was $2....
  • Review: M83 and Hollywood Bowl Orchestra explore youth

    Review: M83 and Hollywood Bowl Orchestra explore youth
    Of all the guests M83’s Anthony Gonzalez brought out during his Sunday night Hollywood Bowl set, he was clearly most excited about Zelly Meldal-Johnsen’s guest vocals. Zelly, the precocious grade-school daughter of M83’s producer and...
  • 'Star Trek Into Darkness' boldly goes to top of DVD sales chart

    'Star Trek Into Darkness' boldly goes to top of DVD sales chart
    It looks like the newest "Star Trek" movie is living long and prospering.  "Star Trek Into Darkness," J.J. Abrams' latest contribution to the venerable franchise, is the bestselling DVD and Blu-ray title and a top rental. The film that made more...
  • 'To the Wonder' review: Not a Buzz Lightyear catchphrase

    'To the Wonder' review: Not a Buzz Lightyear catchphrase
    *1/2 (out of four) If “To the Wonder” were a stand-up routine, it’d go something like this: “Didja ever notice how guys are always walking around with their hands in their pockets, saying and expressing nothing? And women are...
  • 'Oblivion' review: Pretty and pretty familiar

    'Oblivion' review: Pretty and pretty familiar
    ** (out of four) “Pixar's 'Wall-E' was pretty good. Imagine how great it would be if it were live action, starred Tom Cruise and unfolded kind of like Duncan Jones ('Moon,' 'Source Code') directing Independence Day!” From that hypothetical,...
  • Tom Cruise, 'Oblivion' going nowhere, glacially ★★

    Tom Cruise, 'Oblivion' going nowhere, glacially ★★
    Something's wrong. Tom Cruise, or, rather, Jack Harper, his character in the placid new science-fiction adventure "Oblivion," can't shake his dreams of a woman giving him the big eyes on the observation deck of the Empire State Building. It's 2077....
  • Tom Cruise will be back on top of box office with 'Oblivion'

    Even the most oblivious of moviegoers will be well aware of "Oblivion" this weekend, as the Tom Cruise flick is set to claim No. 1 at the box office. The "Mission: Impossible" actor's latest film, the only picture debuting nationwide this weekend, is...
  • Film Review: Pair is part lackluster, part confusing

    Film Review: Pair is part lackluster, part confusing
    Terrence Malick became a critics' darling, a hot young director to watch, with his first two features, "Badlands" (1973) and "Days of Heaven" (1978). Then he disappeared for 20 years. By the time he returned with "The Thin Red Line," he had become,...
  • Tom Cruise proves his box-office worth with No. 1 'Oblivion'

    After suffering a couple of box-office disappointments, Tom Cruise posted his first No. 1 film opening in years at the multiplex this weekend. The 50-year-old's science fiction flick "Oblivion" was the only new movie to hit theaters this weekend and...
  • Reel Critics: 'Oblivion' a thinking man's thriller

    Reel Critics: 'Oblivion' a thinking man's thriller
    Big-budget science-fiction movies are often vehicles for selling toys to kids and merchandise to adult fans. But there was a time when these films offered compelling visions of a strange future far beyond conventional thinking. "Forbidden Planet" in 1956,...