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  • 'The Words' review: Bradley Cooper comes to life in a thoughtful movie about dreams and guilt

    'The Words' review: Bradley Cooper comes to life in a thoughtful movie about dreams and guilt
    *** (out of four) It’s been years, maybe around the time of “Wedding Crashers,” since the once-charismatic "PECLB0000005706">Bradley Cooper (“The Hangover”) truly held the screen rather than merely existing on it as...
  • 'The Possession' to scare off Bradley Cooper on slow weekend

    'The Possession' to scare off Bradley Cooper on slow weekend
    On what is traditionally the slowest moviegoing weekend of the year, only one film has a shot at crossing the lowly $10-million mark at the box office. "The Possession," the horror picture that was No. 1 at the multiplex over the "EVFES000025">Labor...
  • 'Words' can't express on the slowest movie weekend since 2001

    'Words' can't express on the slowest movie weekend since 2001
    Not even the Sexiest Man Alive could lure moviegoers to the box office this weekend. On the the slowest weekend at the multiplex thus far this year, "The Words," a new film starring Bradley Cooper -- deemed by People magazine to be the most attractive...
  • From page to small screen

    From page to small screen
    Some of the biggest blockbuster movies in the last 10 years are based on books. (That means you, Harry Potter and “The Hunger Games”). But the annual television lineup has always included its share of book adaptations as well, dating back to...
  • Newport appears in 'Hangover 3' trailer

    Newport appears in 'Hangover 3' trailer
    What do giraffes dream of when they take a little giraffe snooze? Tough to say, but it probably has little to do with meeting the Campus Drive 73 Freeway overpass face-first. About five months after shooting for "The Hangover Part 3" closed down a 3-...
  • 'Oz' No. 1 again; 'The Call' beats out 'Wonderstone' for 2nd place

    Warner Bros. may need to dial 911 after suffering its fifth consecutive box-office disappointment this year. This weekend, the Warner comedy "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" lost out to the lower-profile "The Call," starring Halle Berry as an emergency...
  • Freeway closure is for film production

    The upcoming closure of the Corona del Mar (73) Freeway isn't for roadwork. It's for film production, officials said. The August agenda of the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor board shows members were slated to discuss the state road closure,...
  • Video/Q&A: 'That's My Boy' star Andy Samberg

    Video/Q&A: 'That's My Boy' star Andy Samberg
    Yes, Andy Samberg shares a similar name and kinda similar face with Adam Sandler. Yet perhaps the main reason Samberg was the obvious choice to play Sandler's character's child in "That's My Boy" is that, just like a devoted son who stands by his dad,...
  • 'Dark Horse' review: When does the race start?

    'Dark Horse' review: When does the race start?
    ** (out of four) I'm no dating expert, but testicular cancer does not seem like a very promising first-date conversation topic. Not that awkward, overweight Abe (Jordan Gelber of “Boardwalk Empire”) and mopey Miranda (Selma Blair) have any...
  • 'Magic Mike' review: Unexpectedly revealing

    'Magic Mike' review: Unexpectedly revealing
    ***1/2 (out of four) I tell my wife that I really liked “Magic Mike,” and she laughs. This does not surprise me. For months, women and men who rarely see the skin they’re interested in onscreen have hooted and hollered for a movie...
  • Is raunchy R-rated 'Ted' really America's favorite family film?

    Is raunchy R-rated 'Ted' really America's favorite family film?
    When I was with a group of parents earlier this week, watching our kids play in a 14-and-under baseball tournament, I asked them how many of the boys—aged 13 and 14--had gone to see the R-rated movie “Ted.” The answer: Just about all...