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  • Film Review: A graphic take on 'Parker'

    Film Review: A graphic take on 'Parker'
    Among hard-boiled fiction fans, Parker (no first name) — the protagonist of more than 20 novels credited to Richard Stark (one of the many pen names used by Donald E. Westlake) — is an iconic figure. In films, he has been portrayed, with different names and various degrees of faithfulness, by no less than six actors — Lee Marvin, Jim Brown, Robert Duvall, Anna Karina (sort of), Peter Coyote and Mel Gibson, as (respectively) Walker, McClain, Macklin, Nelson, Stone and Porter. Jason Statham is the first on-screen Parker to be called Parker, which may be one reason Taylor Hackford's new film is proudly named (you guessed it) ... “Parker.”
  • 'Hemingway & Gellhorn'

    Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen bring acting heft to this made-for-HBO drama about the passionate relationship of war reporter Martha Gellhorn and iconic author Ernest Hemingway. While their work reflected major world events and deep personal emotions,...

    Peter Berg dies at 73; advocate for bioregionalism

    Peter Berg dies at 73; advocate for bioregionalism
    When thousands of American youths dropped out of mainstream society and descended on San Francisco in the mid-1960s convulsion known as the counterculture, Peter Berg and a small band of like-minded subversives were there to greet them. Calling...

    TV preview: 'Prohibition'

    TV preview: 'Prohibition'
    On the last day of July, Ken Burns had his first drink of the year. Sitting in Trader Vic's at the Beverly Hilton hotel and talking about his upcoming documentary "Prohibition," the filmmaker bypassed the bar's traditional mai tai and instead went for...

    Ken Burns' doc shows Chicago's special place in 'Prohibition' history

    Ken Burns' doc shows Chicago's special place in 'Prohibition' history
    No city became as heated, violent and infamous in its rebellion against the decade-long social experiment known as Prohibition than Chicago. Directors Ken Burns and Lynn Novick explore the city's special role in the debate over the 18th Amendment to...