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  • Review: 'Cinemanovels' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'Cinemanovels' ★&#9733 1/2
    A film of spare precision if not much mystery, writer-director Terry Miles' comedy-drama "Cinemanovels" (starting Monday at Facets) stars Lauren Lee Smith as the daughter of Canada's most famous fictitious film director, recently deceased. The Quebecois auteur, we learn, left his family for one of his leading ladies. Grace, portrayed by Smith, never got over it.
  • How early awards might shake up Oscar predictions

    How early awards might shake up Oscar predictions
    It's mid-December, and everybody's a winner, what with critics' prizes and best-ofs and award nominations being announced seemingly around the clock. Has any of this changed the best picture race? And how are the documentary and foreign-language...

    'Fruitvale Station' arrives, and thoughts turn to Oscar

    You may have missed it for the racket produced by the majority of movies currently going boom-boom — or, in the case of "The Lone Ranger," bust-bust — at the multiplex. But with the arrival of Sundance Film Festival sensation "Fruitvale...

    'Stories We Tell': Director's look at family's secrets, lies and love ★★★★

    'Stories We Tell': Director's look at family's secrets, lies and love ★★★★
    Everywhere in the culture, there's another monologuist or filmmaker placing herself at the center of a question, or a series of questions: What's up with my family? How did I get here? How can one charismatic family member hold so many secrets? Sarah...

    Interview: Kevin Smith isn't the silent type

    Interview: Kevin Smith isn't the silent type
    When you ask people who clearly are upset what's wrong, they typically will reply "nothing," because they don't want to talk about it — or they will take the opposite approach and tell you exactly what's got them down, starting from beginning to end...