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True Grit (movie)

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  • Review: 'Romeo & Juliet' treads carefully where it should blaze

    Review: 'Romeo & Juliet' treads carefully where it should blaze
    When it comes to the star-crossed love of Romeo and Juliet, whether you use the language of Shakespeare or the discourse of Twitter, the passion must be scorching, the angst and the irony feuding, the desire unquenchable, the deaths unending. Anything...
  • 'Gravity' No. 1 again; 'Captain Phillips' sails to 2nd place

    Nothing blocked the orbit of "Gravity" at the box office this weekend. The 3-D space drama was No. 1 for a second weekend, collecting an impressive $44.3 million, according to an estimate from distributor Warner Bros. That means its ticket sales dropped...
  • 'Anne' goes between the lines of Anne Frank's diary

     'Anne' goes between the lines of Anne Frank's diary
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti sat alone in a front-row folding chair before the start of a news conference at the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance. He had just emerged from the museum's brand-new Anne Frank exhibition, which opens to the...
  • Josh Brolin resists 'man's man' label, but here's 'Oldboy,' 'Labor Day'

    Josh Brolin is a little tired of being thought of as a "man's man" type of actor. But he scaled Mt. Shasta anyway. The performer, who has embodied a swaggering masculinity in such movies as "No Country for Old Men" and "True Grit," says that he's...
  • Asa Butterfield defies gravity and age in 'Ender's Game'

    Asa Butterfield defies gravity and age in 'Ender's Game'
    It's not as if Ender Wiggin has all that much riding on his shoulders. He just must single-handedly save the planet in a war against aliens and then become a moral compass for mankind. All before he's old enough to have a beer. Orson Scott Card's...
  • After 'Lone Ranger,' Disney may not be willing to take risks

    After 'Lone Ranger,' Disney may not be willing to take risks
    As Walt Disney Studio's "The Lone Ranger" limps off into the sunset after a bruising box-office encounter with the minions of "Despicable Me 2," it could be years before the studio gambles on a character unfamiliar to young moviegoers. The new take on...
  • Fitness: Locals join in on spin revolution

    Fitness: Locals join in on spin revolution
    Marisa Wayne has a tone of pride when she tells the story about how her father broke into show business and became a movie star and an American icon. It makes sense for her to be proud. Her father is John Wayne. "He played football for USC," said...
  • Reel Critics: 'R.I.P.' should end with '-O.F.F.'

    Reel Critics: 'R.I.P.' should end with '-O.F.F.'
    If they ever create an Oscar category for multi-level plot theft, "R.I.P.D." would win the first award. The initials stand for "Rest in Peace Department" and the screenplay follows a trail blazed by several blockbuster films that came before. This movie...
  • 'Romeo & Juliet'

    'Romeo & Juliet'
    Every generation seems to get its own film version of Shakespeare's classic about the star-crossed young lovers, and Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld ("True Grit") assume the roles in this latest edition, boasting a screenplay by "Downton Abbey"...
  • Subtle shades of greatness frame cinematography nominations

    Subtle shades of greatness frame cinematography nominations
    Gray is the new black. Night, the new day. Rain, the new sun. Clouds gather, shadows linger. The Oscar-nominated cinematographers' images fill the screen with a beauty only possible in worlds gone monochromatic, turning the most elemental of color...
  • Review: Spike Lee reveals a new side in 'Oldboy'

     Review: Spike Lee reveals a new side in 'Oldboy'
    Brace yourself. Spike Lee has gone all Quentin Tarantino on us. In re-imagining Park Chan-wook's mysterious thriller "Oldboy," Lee embraces the extremes of Japanese manga tradition with a vengeance. The graphic brutality, the warped sexuality, the...