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  • International Women’s Day: Superheroines with some kick

     
    International Women's Day is being honored today with that singular cultural touchstone: a Google Doodle. The doodle drawing of faces ......
  • Celebrity Scoop: Odette Annable

    On the heels of one of her biggest feature film breaks, Odette Annable has opted to return to television work. Featured last fall opposite Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver and Betty White in the movie comedy "You Again," the former Odette Yustman --...
  • 'You Again'

    'You Again'
    As a wedding approaches, there's discontent between two generations of women in this well-cast comedy. The groom's mother ( Jamie Lee Curtis) urges her daughter ( Kristen Bell) to accept the bride-to-be ( Odette Yustman, "The Unborn"), an enemy from...
  • 'Alien' once again bursts onto the big screen, at the Charles

    'Alien' once again bursts onto the big screen, at the Charles
    When Walter Hill was flipping through the first 40 pages of the science fiction/horror script that became "Alien," he considered it turgid, a snooze. "I thought it was just terrible," said Hill, who co-wrote and co-produced the movie with his partner,...
  • 'Rampart'

    'Rampart'
    After his acclaimed work for director Oren Moverman in "The Messenger," Woody Harrelson collaborated with him again on this impactful character study of a 1990s Los Angeles cop who makes his own rules, both on and off the job. At home, he still resides...
  • 'The Thing'

    'The Thing'
    The title might suggest this is another revision of the classic, paranoia-inducing chiller about an Arctic outpost invaded by a creature that can assume infinite forms. In fact, it's more of a prequel, but there's still room for plenty of graphic...
  • 'Abduction'

    'Abduction'
    Trying to build on his stardom as the lupine Jacob in the "Twilight" movies, Taylor Lautner is mildly successful in this melodrama from director John Singleton ("Boyz n the Hood") about a young man who goes on the lam with a friend (Lily Collins) when...
  • Police story charts a slide downhill for a rogue cop in 'Rampart' ✭✭✭ 1/2

    Police story charts a slide downhill for a rogue cop in 'Rampart' ✭✭✭ 1/2
    "Rampart" patrols some familiar streets, but this jarringly intimate study of a dirty Los Angeles cop sliding, crazily, down the drain has a distinctive new-cliche smell, pungent and alive. The story, which is more about observation than propulsion, suits...
  • 'Paul'

    'Paul'
    The animated extraterrestrial here isn't too family-friendly ... thanks to writers and co-stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, whose edgy satires also include "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz." They play a couple of British visitors to America who cross...
  • Pauley Perrette becomes a real Babe for CBS photo shoot

    If a glammed-up Pauley Perrette is rare, so is the chance for her to bring a piece of high society back to life. Thanks to one of the world's top fashion photographers and a fast-working team of wardrobe, hair and makeup experts, the co-star of CBS'...
  • Reel Critics: 'Moneyball' not just for baseball fans

    Bennett Miller directed the acclaimed film "Capote" in 2005. It was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. Miller now brings his masterful but subtle touch to the sports movie genre in "Moneyball." In the process, he...