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  • 'The Master' release date moves up to Sept. 14 [update]

      Paul Thomas Anderson's film"The Master" -- highly anticipated in part because its story seems to have much in common with Scientology --  will debut a month earlier than originally scheduled. Weinstein Co. announced Friday that it will open the Philip...
  • Toronto Film Festival Day 2 recap: The Master's domain!

    Toronto Film Festival Day 2 recap: The Master's domain!
    Here's a Day 2 recap from the Toronto International Film Festival. Everybody sees a different slate of movies each day here. Friday went this way: After the gamer-oriented slaughter of “Dredd 3D,” the fanciful and tricksy theatrics of director...
  • 'Finding Nemo' in 3-D will make a big splash at the box office

    “Finding Nemo’s” 3-D re-release should go swimmingly at the box office this weekend, as the animated film is expected to debut at No. 1. The reformatted version of the kids' flick will likely open with around $30 million in ticket...
  • 'Resident Evil: Retribution' sinks 3-D version of 'Finding Nemo'

    A 3-D version of “Finding Nemo” was expected to dominate the box office upon its debut, but the animated film sank to the runner-up position at the multiplex this weekend. Instead, “Resident Evil: Retribution,” the fifth...
  • Cine: "The Master" y "Samsara"

    Cine: "The Master" y "Samsara"
    The Master * * * El cineasta Paul Thomas Anderson, responsable de filmes sustanciales como Magnolia, Boggie Nights y la ganadora del Oscar There Will Be Blood, vuelve a examinar las tendencias maníacas, depresivas y solitarias que afectan a la sociedad...
  • 'The Master' review (****): An extraordinary brain workout

    'The Master' review (****): An extraordinary brain workout
    **** (out of four) It doesn't take an Olympic judge to recognize the degree of difficulty in Paul Thomas Anderson's “The Master,” either in the writer-director’s execution or the audience’s task of processing it. For anyone...
  • Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lawrence tie for No. 1 on soft weekend

    Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lawrence tie for No. 1 on soft weekend
    Despite the arrival of four new films in theaters this weekend, moviegoers weren't interested in heading to the box office. For the fourth consecutive weekend, ticket sales were down compared with the same period in 2011, as none of the fresh arrivals at...
  • Q&A: Nick Waterhouse

    Q&A: Nick Waterhouse
    Nick Waterhouse might be a young man, but he has an old sound. On his debut album "Time's All Gone," the Los Angeles soul man comes across like a time traveler from the 1960s, belting out rowdy, R&B-tinged numbers about the women who've caused him hurt...
  • Reel Critics: 'Watch' is tension-filled drama

    Reel Critics: 'Watch' is tension-filled drama
    David Ayers wrote and directed "End of Watch." He also wrote the gritty cop drama "Training Day," which earned Denzel Washington an Oscar for best actor. This new film careens across the screen with all the non-stop action you expect from a serious film...
  • Sony rules with No. 1 'Hotel Transylvania,' runner-up 'Looper'

    "Hotel Transylvania" sank its teeth into the competition this weekend, as the animated film easily ruled the box office. The 3-D monster flick, which features classic characters such as Dracula and the Mummy, had the biggest September opening ever with...
  • Kerouac opus 'On the Road' hits just enough beats ★★★

    Kerouac opus 'On the Road' hits just enough beats ★★★
    An eternal fountain of adolescence, Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" went through many permutations between its point of origin, 1948, and its point of notorious, divisive publication, 1957. The best description of it came from Kerouac himself, in a journal...