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  • 'Zero Dark Thirty' a first draft of history ★★★★

    'Zero Dark Thirty' a first draft of history ★★★★
    To consider what director Kathryn Bigelow has accomplished in "Zero Dark Thirty," imagine the events depicted by the story if they'd been given the "Argo" treatment. Not to take anything away from that rousing true (-ish) story of hostages freed and...
  • Q&A: 'Pain and Gain' star Anthony Mackie

    Q&A: 'Pain and Gain' star Anthony Mackie
    If you played a bodybuilder whose steroid use caused size and performance issues in the downstairs region, you'd expect people to ask about that. But still. “This [female journalist] asked me, ‘I’ve never seen a crooked, small penis. So...
  • 'Pain and Gain' review: The juiced-up, cruelly entertaining American dream

    'Pain and Gain' review: The juiced-up, cruelly entertaining American dream
    **1/2 (out of four) Normally, Dwayne Johnson looks like a mountain. Working with Michael Bay, who shoots anything he admires (male badass/female hottie/four-wheel almost anything) as if he's gazing upwards in worship at buildings, the actor becomes a...
  • Oscars and American history: True, or true enough?

    Oscars and American history: True, or true enough?
    A modest proposal: Movies exploring some aspect of American history, such as “Argo,” “Lincoln” and “Zero Dark Thirty,” should leave off the “based on a true story” or “inspired by true events”...
  • '10 Years' review: The night's not a total bust

    '10 Years' review: The night's not a total bust
    **1/2 (out of four) Talk about people with a past coming together. The perfectly OK high school reunion drama “10 Years” contains countless onscreen reunions: Channing Tatum and his wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum (“Step Up”). Tatum...
  • 'The Bourne Legacy' review: Keep the brain food coming

    'The Bourne Legacy' review: Keep the brain food coming
    *** (out of four) To fill Matt Damon’s/Jason Bourne’s shoes, an actor/character must be fleet of foot, squeeze into tight spaces and possess badass hand-to-hand combat skills. No problem. As Aaron Cross, another special operative feeling...
  • "Beginners," "Tree of Life" tie for Gotham Film Awards

     
    Mike Mills' semi-autobiographical drama "Beginners," about a young man whose widower father comes out of the closet, and Terrence Malick's mystical family epic "Tree of LIfe" tied for best film of 2011 at the 21st annual Gotham Film Awards....
  • The Oscar race: Is it time for a luxury tax on studio spending?

     
    Is it time for a luxury tax on Hollywood's out of control Oscar spending?...
  • New York critics name 'The Artist' best film of the year

     
    "The Artist" is named best picture by the New York Film Critics Circle. Meryl Streep and Brad Pitt take lead acting honors....
  • New York critics picks: Will the academy get behind 'The Artist' too?

     
    After winning the New York Film Critics Circle award for best picture can "The Artist" do the same at the Oscars? Yes -- unless a rival picture emerges that has most of "The Artist's" artistic credentials, but even more commercial clout....
  • National Board of Review names 'Hugo' best picture

     
    Hugo," director Martin Scorsese's first family film and which reflects his love of cinema, was the big winner Thursday at the National Board of Review of Motion Picture awards. The lavish fantasy set in a Paris railway station in 1931 also won best...