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  • Movie review: The Reader -- 4 out of 5 stars

    In some stories, there can be no catharsis, the German writer Bernhard Schlink Ö has said of his novel, The Reader. For some crimes, there is no forgiveness. The Reader, brought to the screen by Stephen Daldry with a script by David Hare, seconds that....
  • 'The Reader' stars Kate Winslet, David Kross, Ralph Fiennes, Lena Olin

    Can a formidable actress redeem a pile of solemn erotic kitsch? Kate Winslet answers that one as honestly as she can in the film version of Bernhard Schlink's 1995 novel "The Reader," the tale of a 15-year-old West German boy who, in 1958, embarks on an...
  • And the Oscar Nominees Are...

    Golden Globes favorites fared well at the 2009 Academy Awards nominations: Kate Winslet, who won two Globes, was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar. " Slumdog Millionaire," the Globes' darling, got the nod for two major awards (Best Picture and Best...
  • Spot the filmmaker's obsession

    Spot the filmmaker's obsession
    Joyful, choreographed dance numbers staged in crumbling Mumbai train stations are not how most American films end. Yet when just such a scene crops up in " Slumdog Millionaire," the moment is perfectly apt. Sure, it's a Bollywood-meets-Hollywood ending,...
  • Kate Winslet: the real deal

    Kate Winslet: the real deal
    Enough with the suffering. Kate Winslet's killing herself for an Oscar. The 33-year-old actress has gone down with the Titanic for James Cameron, lost her memory in Michel Gondry's "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," endured an unhappy marriage...
  • Oscar movie preview 2009

    Teenlink citics reveal who they think should take home the Oscar Best Picture: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Frost/Nixon Milk The Reader Slumdog Millionaire And the Oscar goes to: Slumdog Millionaire Despite my own personal campaign for Milk, I am...
  • For Scott Rudin, there will be quality

    For Scott Rudin, there will be quality
    SCOTT RUDIN met one of the key role models for his life when he was a teenager. In the early 1970s, when other kids were playing guitar, shooting hoops or just seeing how long their hair could grow, the 15-year-old Rudin spent his days working for theater...
  • All five DGA nominees should make the expanded best picture race at the Oscars

     
    It will be a shockeroo if all five of today's Directors Guild of America nominated films don't make it into the expanded best picture Oscars race. All five of them are already among the 10 films in contention with the PGA. The DGA nominees are Kathryn...
  • Oscars guided by guild awards in nominations

     
    This year, 19 of the 20 SAG acting nominees are contending at the Academy Awards. The only one not to make the cut was SAG supporting actress contender Diane Kruger ("Inglourious Basterds"), who was replaced on the Oscars ballot by Maggie Gyllenhaal ("...
  • Stephen Daldry may direct Twilight: Breaking Dawn?

     
    He directed Billy Elliot, The Reader and The Hours. So why not a Twilight movie, Stephen Daldry? Summit is floating all these “names” around giving the final chapters of its vampire franchise some directing heft and class. Sofia Coppola has...
  • Savvy Sandy Bullock’s next movie might be for Oscar-friendly Stephen Daldry

     
    Stephen Daldry directed The Hours, which won Nicole Kidman her Oscar. He did The Reader, which won one for Kate Winslet. And now Sandra Bullock, the Oscar winning top box office star of 2009, has been seen in meetings with Daldry, who is pulling...