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  • Box office: 'Hobbit' leads pack; 'Night at the Museum,' 'Annie' follow

    Box office: 'Hobbit' leads pack; 'Night at the Museum,' 'Annie' follow
    Peter Jackson’s "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," injected a bit of pre-holiday merriment at the box office this weekend, grossing $16.6 million in the U.S. on Friday, and $51 million to date for Warner Brothers since the film's Wednesday opening.
  • Can Best Buy face-lift help lift Chicago-area stores?

    Can Best Buy face-lift help lift Chicago-area stores?
    Best Buy poured $20 million into its 43 Chicago-area stores this year, giving an overdue face-lift to one of its oldest markets and adding several new features, such as high-end appliances and professional-grade cameras, that the electronics giant hopes...

    Skin and sex can't sell the preposterous 'Addicted'

    “Addicted” doesn’t know whether it wants to be a modern-day bodice-ripper, a morality-tinged cautionary tale or a serious snapshot of sexual compulsion. Whatever the case, it fails on all fronts. The film, adapted by Christina Welsh...

    'Chef,' the movie, the DVD ... the restaurant? Favreau, Choi cook again

    'Chef,' the movie, the DVD ... the restaurant? Favreau, Choi cook again
    Jon Favreau didn’t have a big advertising budget to promote his independent film “Chef.” So to keep it in the conversation months after its May release, the director and actor turned to one of its stars: the Cuban sandwich. After...

    Kenneth Turan's DVD picks: European classics in black and white

    Kenneth Turan's DVD picks: European classics in black and white
    Black-and-white films don't always get the respect they deserve these days, but a trio of top-of-the-line Criterion releases of European classics showcases what a glorious medium it can be. Earliest of the group is 1925's "Master of the House," a rare...