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Only a few weeks have passed since digital projection systems debuted at the Lehigh Valley's drive-ins, Becky's in Berlinsville and Shankweiler's in Orefield. But audiences have already given their verdict: In the words of late film critic Roger Ebert,...
ReutersMay 18 (TheWrap.com) - Several thousand miles away from the South of France, the Seattle International Film Festival opened this week with Joss Whedon's version of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." But on the Croisette, the motto might as well be...
Film Independent at LACMA is holding a 1980s costume contest after the 30th anniversary screening of Martha Coolidge's endearing comedy "Valley Girl" on Thursday evening at the Leo S. Bing Theater. The romantic comedy was inspired by Frank Zappa and his...
Austin American-Statesman"At Any Price" is a family drama, a community drama, set in the American Heartland -- a pertinent film about fate and morality and survival and denial set against the myth of the American Dream. Think Shakespeare, in the cornfields. A Greek tragedy, set...
Thumbs up to the American Cinematheque. The independent, nonprofit cultural organization is paying homage to the Pulitzer Prize-winning movie critic Roger Ebert with a new film series, "The Great Movies: A Tribute to Roger Ebert." The influential...
VarietyThe Sundance Institute will honor the legendary and the up-and-coming June 5 when it pays tribute to late film critic Roger Ebert and director Ryan Coogler at its third-annual Celebrate Sundance Institute benefit at the Lot in West Hollywood. Sundance...
VarietyBeyond their good works, Roger Ebert and Gene Siskelâ€™s TV showcase helped simplify film criticism, bringing a gladiatorial thumbs-up or thumbs-down ruthlessness to such analysis. It was also a handy marketing tool, which is worth considering as we enter...
Two weeks from now, TV networks will announce their new slate of shows for next season. The majority of these series will be variations on a formula. Procedurals. High-concept sci-fi and fantasy dramas. Nighttime soaps. Comedies starring familiar faces....
Top 3 Lehigh Valley events: Free Comic Book Day, Philly Non-Sports Card Show, Not So Silent Cinema featuring Buster Keaton shortsFREE COMIC BOOK DAY 1 Celebrate this weekend's fully-charged release of "Iron Man 3" by picking up a complimentary comic book 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday at Beachead Comics, 1601 W. Chew St., Allentown. The store is one of thousands of comic book shops...
Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.He has Hugh Hefner's libido, Bill Gates' bank account, Stephen Hawking's IQ and a suit of high-tech armor with enough firepower to make the Joint Chiefs of Staff drool. Tony Stark, the alter ego of Marvel Comics' legendary Iron Man, has many heroic...
Tribune criticAnd they said the gentle art of literary criticism was dead, confined to irrelevance. Not this week, gentle reader. Not in Chicago. Not in the heat of L'affaire de Shteir. What book review in the history of Chicago literature — heck, what recent...
Richard Nixon is hot again. Fresh on the heels of Discovery Channel's critically acclaimed documentary "All the Presidents Men Revisited," about the scandal that brought down President Nixon and the movie it inspired, CNN Films and Cinedigm have...
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