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  • Review: 'The Interview'

    Review: 'The Interview'
    Editor's note: Sony announced Tuesday that it will give “The Interview” a “limited theatrical release” beginning Christmas Day, with the movie showing in a handful of independent theaters across the country. Originally scheduled for Dec. 25 release, “The Interview” was shelved by Sony after threats that referred to the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Many critics caught earlier screenings, and while some reviews were positive, the majority of the reviews were more in line with the following from trade publication Variety. It was written before the threats.
  • DVD Review: Allen film conjures up some 'Magic'

    DVD Review: Allen film conjures up some 'Magic'
    “Magic in the Moonlight” is somewhere between the 43rd and 45th movie Woody Allen has directed (depending on how you count “What’s Up, Tiger Lily?” and “New York Stories”) — almost certainly the most of...

    Mark Hamill Goes to the Dark Side at Jason Reitman's Live Reading of 'The Empire Strikes Back'

    "Welcome to the first live screening of 'The Interview!'" So teased Jason Reitman at the start of Thursday's live reading of "The Empire Strikes Back" held in downtown Los Angeles. The event, part of Film Independent's Live Read series, was moved from...

    2014's finest films wield unique power

    The two most daring and innovative films of 2014 "Birdman" and "Boyhood" couldn't be more different. Alejandro G. Inarritu's wild, woolly backstage drama, with Michael Keaton in his tighty-whities worrying about his career and his soul, is a nonstop whirl...

    Give the gift of books about movies

    Martin Scorsese, who wrote the foreword for the first title listed here, once famously said that movies "fulfill a spiritual need that people have to share a common memory." Books about movies meet that need, too, though on more intimate terrain a living...