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  • 13 bizarre beginnings to pop culture in 2013

    13 bizarre beginnings to pop culture in 2013
    Sometimes the predictable revolving door of lousy pop culture deserves the eye rolls it generates. Unless you totally loved the latest “Die Hard” sequel? In many ways, though, the first three months of 2013’s entertainment offerings...
  • Video/Q&A: Elizabeth Banks of 'People Like Us'

    Video/Q&A: Elizabeth Banks of 'People Like Us'
    Even in small roles, Elizabeth Banks often has a major impact on her movies. Consider her memorable, unbridled scene in “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” in which she teaches Steve Carell’s character about the, uh, talents of a handheld...
  • Apatow, Mann balance laughs, drama, fiction and family in '40'

    Apatow, Mann balance laughs, drama, fiction and family in '40'
    LOS ANGELES — On a late February morning in the editing suite of Judd Apatow's multi-level West Los Angeles headquarters, the writer-director and editor Brent White were playing back scenes from Apatow's new comedy, “This Is 40.”...
  • Q&A: 'Prince Avalanche' director David Gordon Green plays 'Seth, James or Jonah?'

    Q&A: 'Prince Avalanche' director David Gordon Green plays 'Seth, James or Jonah?'
    In "Prince Avalanche," an artsy loner (Paul Rudd) and an immature doofus (Emile Hirsch) work together to repair roads in the middle of nowhere. Adapted from an Icelandic film, it's a slow and funny drama that director David Gordon Green says splits the...
  • 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' review: Still classy, still ridiculous

    'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' review: Still classy, still ridiculous
    *** (out of four) Though his glorious mustache causes him to resemble a man, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) is, in reality, the ultimate giant baby -- a random collision of unchecked impulses and defiant tantrums. Whoever hires the fired anchorman to host...
  • Interview: Odd jobs made David Koechner a comedic Champ

    Interview: Odd jobs made David Koechner a comedic Champ
    You don't spend nearly a decade in Chicago pursuing a career in improv comedy without working a couple of jobs to sustain yourself — just ask David Koechner. The actor and comedian best known as Champ Kind in the “Anchorman” films...
  • Chicago Critics Film Festival preview

    Chicago Critics Film Festival preview
    For the record: While I’m a member of the Chicago Film Critics Association, I did not program the CFCA-created Chicago Critics Film Festival, which takes over the Music Box through Thursday. I have, however, seen several of the movies on the...
  • Chicago was on fire, but the star was really hot

    Chicago was on fire, but the star was really hot
    Is it really possible that just one major motion picture has ever been made about the Great Chicago Fire of 1871? Hollywood loves disaster pics. But aside from 1937's "In Old Chicago" (from 20th Century Fox), it doesn't appear that any other studio...
  • 'They Came Together' skewers bad rom-coms

    'They Came Together' skewers bad rom-coms
    *** (out of four) What may as well have been called “Wet Hot Met Sally,” “They Came Together” cheekily replicates romantic comedy cliches. But director David Wain (“Wet Hot American Summer”) and co-writer Michael...
  • Review: 'They Came Together' ★★★

    Review: 'They Came Together' ★★&#9733
    The agreeable romantic-comedy critique "They Came Together" is occasionally very funny, and moderately funny the rest of the time. In mathematical terms that adds up to pretty funny or "funny enough." Director David Wain has worked in genre spoofs and...
  • 'Begin Again' finds inspiration in session

    'Begin Again' finds inspiration in session
    *** (out of four) “Begin Again” co-stars Keira Knightley and Adam Levine, but please do not run away. I don’t like them either. But that kind of bias is a dumb reason to miss out on a good movie. Formerly going by the far worse name of...