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  • Director Tony Scott lived like his alpha-male action heroes

    Director Tony Scott lived like his alpha-male action heroes
    With films such as"Unstoppable"and "Man on Fire," Tony Scott told adrenaline-filled stories about fearless men — spies and cops, race car drivers and fighter pilots — who live by a code and face death on their own terms. He filled his...
  • Tony Scott death: Hollywood looks to his films to make sense of tragedy

    Tony Scott death: Hollywood looks to his films to make sense of tragedy
    With films like “Top Gun” and “Man on Fire,” Tony Scott made spectacle movies about men who live by a code and face death on their own terms -- spies and crime lords, race car drivers and fighter pilots. Recently, the director-...
  • Tony Scott, Hollywood's shooter extraordinaire

     Tony Scott, Hollywood's shooter extraordinaire
    In the to-the-point argot of Hollywood, director Tony Scott was known as a shooter, a term of respect that cut two different ways. In one sense, "shooter" referred to the eye for images Tony shared with his brother Ridley, an eye that first came to...
  • 'Robot and Frank' review: Not your average crime story

    'Robot and Frank' review: Not your average crime story
    *** (out of four) Hunter (James Marsden) tries to help his dad Frank (Frank Langella) by giving him a robot. Dad’s not having it: “Back off,” Frank says to the short, metallic assistant with the voice of Peter Sarsgaard, “you...
  • 'Robot & Frank': Langella switches on the larcenous charm ★★

    'Robot & Frank': Langella switches on the larcenous charm ★★
    "Robot & Frank" may be the oddest credit in Frank Langella's almost 60 years on stage and screen. It is, as its title declares, about a robot. And Frank. This sentimental comedy traffics in old age, forgetfulness, family and a robot that "feels." And it...
  • A-list celebrities to raise money for Md same-sex marriage law

    A-list celebrities to raise money for Md same-sex marriage law
    Sarah Jessica Parker, Susan Sarandon and former first daughter Barbara Bush are among an extremely long list of celebrities set to appear at a fundraiser for Maryland's same-sex marriage law.  Tickets start at $250 for the event, which will be atop...
  • Baltimore filmmaker shines light on Islamic art

    Baltimore filmmaker shines light on Islamic art
    Matters of faith continue to divide people in dreadful ways, but there has always been at least one thing that religions have in common — the urge to express belief through art. That's a point driven home in a sumptuous 90-minute documentary by...
  • A-list stars to fundraise for Md same-sex marriage law

    A-list stars to fundraise for Md same-sex marriage law
    Sarah Jessica Parker, Susan Sarandon and former first daughter Barbara Bush are among an extremely long list of celebrities set to appear at a fundraiser for Maryland's same-sex marriage law.  The event will be atop the James Hotel in New York City in...
  • Reel Critics: Robots are people too

    Reel Critics: Robots are people too
    "Robot and Frank" may be the first buddy movie between a robot and a senior citizen. Frank (Frank Langella) has increasing memory lapses, and his son (James Marsden) is worn out driving hundreds of miles each week to clean up after him. He buys his dad...
  • Una visión optimista para la tercera edad

    Una visión optimista para la tercera edad
    El drama de los ancianos que rehúsan pasar los últimos días de su vida en un asilo adquiere una solución de "ENMV0002398">"película" en Robot & Frank. En este filme protagonizado por legendario Frank Langella, un octogenario conoce un robot que lo cuida y...
  • '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...