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  • VEX Robotics World Championship to be held at ESPN Wide World of Sports complex

    VEX Robotics World Championship to be held at ESPN Wide World of Sports complex
    When it comes to robots, Disney really hasn’t put them in the vaulted big-screen position in which it has princesses, sword-wielding heroes or talking animals. Sure, Wall-E is, perhaps, the best known mechanized character under the Disney banner,...
  • 'Cars 2': There's not much driving this sequel

    "Cars 2" runs out of gas long before it runs out of running time. This sequel qualifies as the rare Pixar misfire. Unlike the wit and warmth of such animated favorites as the "Toy Story" series and "Wall-E," "Cars 2" seems cold and shrill. One reason why...
  • Reel Critics: 'Cars 2' stalls out with few laughs

    Disney and Pixar are known for high quality family films. "Wall-E," "Finding Nemo" and "The Incredibles" all generated more than $500 million in ticket sales. But the legendary "Toy Story" franchise may be the gold standard of this genre. These films have...
  • It's an odd lot at I-Drive Ripley's Believe It or Not

    It's an odd lot at I-Drive Ripley's Believe It or Not
    For nearly two decades, the Ripley's museum on International Drive and I have co-existed. But until recently, I had not darkened the door of the Odditorium — believe it or not. Sorry, I had to go there — to the slogan, not the attraction....
  • Reel Critics: Heartfelt, fairy tale fun in 'Brave'

    Reel Critics: Heartfelt, fairy tale fun in 'Brave'
    The Pixar studio is the gold standard for generation jumping animated films."Toy Story,""Finding Nemo" and"Wall-E" were ground breaking blockbusters. The win streak clearly continues with their rousing fairy tale adventure"Brave." This time they add a...
  • Motion picture academy invites 176 new members

    Motion picture academy invites 176 new members
    This post has been updated, as indicated below. TheĀ  Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invited 176 new members into the organization on Friday, including Octavia Spencer, Terrence Malick, Matthew McConaughey, Kristen Wiig, Kerry Washington,...
  • Rich Moore's 'Wreck-It Ralph' is an homage to blocky video games

    Rich Moore's 'Wreck-It Ralph' is an homage to blocky video games
    When animation director Rich Moore was growing up in Oxnard, he spent so much time in video arcades that his parents worried that their young son was wasting his time. “They would always tell me that I should be concentrating on the real world,&...
  • Duran has matured quickly for Estancia

    Duran has matured quickly for Estancia
    Celia Duran comes from a hard-working family. Duran enjoys talking about her mother, father and brother. Then again, there isn't much Duran won't talk about. She is candid and smiles often. A 20-minute interview quickly turns into nearly an hour with...
  • 'John Carter' review: A slightly better mix of cowboys and aliens than "Cowboys and Aliens"

    'John Carter' review: A slightly better mix of cowboys and aliens than "Cowboys and Aliens"
    **1/2 (out of four) Like that other long-haired, bare-chested hero with the initials J.C., John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) arrives just in time to calm heated alien tempers and save Mars from laser-powered destruction. OK, maybe the biblical allegory only...
  • 'Warm Bodies': Zombie love runs hot and cold ★★ 1/2

    'Warm Bodies': Zombie love runs hot and cold ★★ 1/2
    The tween-minded zombie romance "Warm Bodies" pulls a comic-romantic twist on a genre better known for its entrails. It is narrated by the undead fellow known as R, played by Nicholas Hoult, soon to be slaying giants in "Jack the Giant Slayer." The...
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg's notorious memo: How does it hold up 20 years later?

     
    In late January 1991, fax machines were humming all across Hollywood, spreading the news that Jeffrey Katzenberg, then head of production at Disney, had written a scalding, often self-critical 28-page memo blasting the movie industry's “tidal wave...