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  • 'The Double'

    'The Double'
    Richard Gere and Topher Grace make for an odd-couple pairing in this melodrama about the pursuit of a foreign assassin evidently at work in the nation's capital. Gere plays a former CIA man long versed in the killer's methods, and Grace is cast as the...
  • Bob Anderson dies at 89; sword-fight teacher to the stars

    Bob Anderson dies at 89; sword-fight teacher to the stars
    Ten days before Bob Anderson headed to the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki as part of the British fencing team, he responded to a call from a British film studio in need of three fencers to coach the lead actors for sword-fighting scenes in a new pirate...
  • TV's 'Smash' Looks At Backstage Drama Of Making Of A Broadway Musical

    TV's 'Smash' Looks At Backstage Drama Of  Making Of A Broadway Musical
    David Marshall Grant sits at his desk in a nondescript office in an unmarked building in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, near the East River. That's where Broadway magic happens, at least by way of the new NBC series"Smash," which premieres 10...
  • Oscar nominees take a look back with 'New Nostalgia'

    Oscar nominees take a look back with 'New Nostalgia'
    A couple of years ago, Bruce Sheridan, chair of the film program at Columbia College, noticed a curious thing happening. A few of the film majors who interned on the Chicago production of "The Dark Knight" had started making their student films and, as...
  • 'Arbitrage' review: Fails the test of "Is it better than a 'Law and Order' episode?"

    'Arbitrage' review: Fails the test of "Is it better than a 'Law and Order' episode?"
    **1/2 (out of four) Ruthlessly pursuing a billionaire he’s sure deserves to be punished, detective Bryer (Tim Roth) laments, “He does not get to walk just because he’s on CNBC.” Frustration toward the invincibility of the rich...
  • 'Arbitrage': Sympathy for the devil ★★★

    'Arbitrage': Sympathy for the devil ★★★
    It's an unseemly request by a movie, to ask us to root for the lying, scrambling but extremely well-coiffed hedge fund billionaire weasel played by Richard Gere in the new film "Arbitrage." But there it is. The movie does ask, and to varying degrees, we...
  • Film review: Richard Gere plays one of the 1% in 'Arbitrage'

    Film review: Richard Gere plays one of the 1% in 'Arbitrage'
    “Arbitrage” is not about Jack Abramoff, or Bernie Madoff or even Mitt Romney. But resemblances between any one of them and the film's protagonist, Robert Miller (Richard Gere), are hardly coincidental. Miller is a stand-in for a whole class of...
  • 'Resident Evil: Retribution' sinks 3-D version of 'Finding Nemo'

    A 3-D version of “Finding Nemo” was expected to dominate the box office upon its debut, but the animated film sank to the runner-up position at the multiplex this weekend. Instead, “Resident Evil: Retribution,” the fifth...
  • Reel Critics: 'Resident Evil' keeps features that made it popular

    Reel Critics: 'Resident Evil' keeps features that made it popular
    "Resident Evil: Retribution" is the fifth movie in a very successful franchise that began as a series of apocalyptic Japanese video games. The surreal sci-fi adventure blends "Aliens" and "The Matrix" with "Blade Runner" overtones. For good measure,...
  • Ellen Degeneres downsizes into 8,500-square-foot Beverly Hills home

    Ellen Degeneres downsizes into 8,500-square-foot Beverly Hills home
    Cyberspace was a-twitter this week with the news that Ryan Seacrest is buying Ellen DeGeneres' Beverly Hills compound for $37 million, and that she and spouse Portia de Rossi are moving no farther than a Hal Levitt-designed midcentury — also in...
  • 'An Officer and a Gentleman' writer hits back at critic

    'An Officer and a Gentleman' writer hits back at critic
    A scathing review of the new stage musical "An Officer and a Gentleman" has prompted the show's writer to hit back in an editorial that recently ran in the Australian press. Douglas Day Stewart co-wrote the book for the musical, which is based on his...