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  • Richard Schickel's movies memoir 'Keepers' is breezy to a fault

    Professional moviegoer is a nice job if you can get it, and to his credit, Richard Schickel makes no attempt to hide his good fortune. The longtime film critic for Time magazine, now effectively retired, Schickel began reviewing movies "more or less by accident" in 1965 and has since built a noteworthy career as a documentarian, biographer and teacher. Of his lifelong vocation, he makes no grand claims: "Truth to tell, it's easy work."
  • On the watch list: 'Ballers' and 'The Brink'

    On the watch list: 'Ballers' and 'The Brink'
    Two new HBO comedies premiere Sunday; each is worth a look. "Ballers" stars Dwayne Johnson in what might be the first truly life-sized role of his career, as Spencer Strasmore, a former football star trying to make it as a Miami-based financial manager....

    With 'Five-O' on hiatus, Scott Caan gets to play (in a play he wrote)

    With 'Five-O' on hiatus, Scott Caan gets to play (in a play he wrote)
    The playwright Scott Caan — yes, the same square-jawed Scott Caan who has appeared in Steven Soderbergh's "Ocean's Eleven" franchise and was nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Danny "Danno" Williams on CBS' "Hawaii Five-0" —...

    Placido Domingo withdraws from 'Gianni Schicchi' in Madrid

    Placido Domingo withdraws from 'Gianni Schicchi' in Madrid
    Plącido Domingo has canceled his upcoming appearance in Woody Allen's staging of "Gianni Schicchi" in Madrid, due to the recent death of his sister, the tenor's publicist confirmed on Thursday. "Gianni Schicchi" is still set to run at the Teatro Real in...

    Dick Meyer: Is this insanity? Presidential elections have become a choice between the lesser of two evils

    WASHINGTON The American voter has a Marxism problem. It's Groucho's Marxism, not Karl's. A Hollywood gossip columnist named Erskine Johnson reported on Oct. 20, 1949, that Groucho had recently sent the Friar's Club a telegram containing his resignation....