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  • Rob Corddry jumps back into the whirlpool for 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2'

    Rob Corddry jumps back into the whirlpool for 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2'
    On an unseasonably warm February afternoon, Rob Corddry sat in the back of a town car wending its way through the streets of Los Angeles. The actor, making the promotional rounds for his new comedy "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," was heading toward an interview with the entertainment-news show "Extra."
  • Review: 'Hogtown'

    Review: 'Hogtown'
    The filmmaking culture in Chicago can be a serious frustration. There is an awful lot of leaving. The lure of the coasts is magnetic, and constant. Chicago wouldn't be Chicago without that fact, which has engendered rivers of envy and self-loathing over...

    'The Breakfast Club' 30 years later: Don't you forget about them

    'The Breakfast Club' 30 years later: Don't you forget about them
    When you grow up, your heart dies. I know this because Ally Sheedy told me so. She said we all become our parents, there is no avoiding it. Also, if I ever do decide to run away from home, I don't have to live on the streets; I could go to Afghanistan....

    New on DVD: Hawking, Ebert topics of new DVDs

    Two of the top movies of last year both dealing with great minds trapped inside frail bodies top new DVD offerings this week. "The Theory of Everything," Grade A: Eddie Redmayne's portrayal of genius Stephen Hawking is brilliant. There is beauty in...

    New releases: 'Theory' glosses over complexities of story of Stephen Hawking

    The Theory of Everything Universal, $29.98; Blu-ray, $34.98 Available on VOD on Tuesday The lack of diversity in this year's Oscar nominations wouldn't be so glaring if the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hadn't been so charitable to...