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Up in the Air (movie)

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  • Review: Reitman's 'Labor Day' is lovely but weighed down by the past

    Sometimes the past trips you up. It certainly does Frank, the escaped con played by Josh Brolin in Jason Reitman's new drama, "Labor Day." It definitely unravels Adele, the reclusive single mother Kate Winslet makes so fragile. It is already a defining...
  • Clark Rockefeller Conman Tale Taking Twisty Path to Bigscreen

    Walter Kirn's novels "Thumbsucker" and "Up in the Air" were adapted for the screen, but his latest work, "Blood Will Out," faces a few Hollywood hurdles, even though the nonfiction piece tells a stranger-than-truth story that seems meant for the movies....
  • REVIEW: 'Bad Words' ★★★

    REVIEW: 'Bad Words' ★★&#9733
    Sarcastic, sanctimonious, salacious, sly, slight and surprisingly sweet, the black comedy of "Bad Words," starring and directed by Jason Bateman, is high-minded, foul-mouthed good nonsense. I had wondered where Bateman's angry itch would take him next....
  • Walter Kirn befriends a con man in 'Blood Will Out'

    Walter Kirn befriends a con man in 'Blood Will Out'
    Walter Kirn's new profile of the serial liar and convicted murderer known as "Clark Rockefeller" is no ordinary work of true crime and literary journalism. "Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery, and a Masquerade" is the chronicle of...
  • Review: 'Blood Will Out' by Walter Kirn

    In 1998, the writer Walter Kirn agreed to drive a crippled dog from Montana to New York as a favor to a man he had never met. That seems like a strangely extravagant gesture of kindness until you learn the man's name, which vibrates now, as it must have...
  • Dark humor, sarcasm and biting comedy punctuate 'Bad Words'

    Sarcastic, sanctimonious, salacious, sly, slight and surprisingly sweet, the black comedy of "Bad Words," starring and directed by Jason Bateman, is high-minded, foul-mouthed good nonsense. I had wondered where Bateman's angry itch would take him next....
  • As 'Bad Words' opens, a look at Jason Bateman's box office record

    After first making his mark as a child actor on '80s sitcoms "Silver Spoons" and "The Hogan Family," Jason Bateman reinvented himself as an adult star via the comedy series "Arrested Development" and a string of big-screen roles, usually playing an...
  • Anna Kendrick hasn't been hit on in five years, 'Honest to God!'

    Anna Kendrick hasn't been hit on in five years, 'Honest to God!'
    Why is nobody hitting on Anna Kendrick? The 28-year-old actress claims she hasn't been approached in that way since the 2009 dramedy "Up in the Air," which earned her a supporting actress Oscar nomination.  "Honest to God!" Kendrick quipped in an...
  • Phylicia Rashad, Alexis Bledel Join 'Outliving Emily'

    Phylicia Rashad, Andre Braugher, Alexis Bledel and Kal Penn have been added to the "Outliving Emily." The project is produced by Josh Sugarman through the Tenafly Film Co. "Outliving Emily" is directed by Eric Weber from his own script, based on his...
  • An early look at Oscar best picture contenders

    We can all agree that it's been a pretty great year for movies. But when it comes to this year's best picture Oscar race, that's probably where our accord ends. At the moment, the critically lauded historical drama "12 Years a Slave" and the equally...
  • Emmys 2013: TV crossover rewarding for Farmiga, Mirren, Daniels

    Emmys 2013: TV crossover rewarding for Farmiga, Mirren, Daniels
    At 58, Jeff Daniels has made more than 40 movies, been nominated for three film Golden Globes and had one of the defining big-screen comedies of the 1990s ("Dumb & Dumber"). But before last year he had never been a TV-series regular — and had...