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<p>Josh Brolin makes delicious pies that makes the ladies fall in love with him.</p>


Jan 29, 2014 3:39pm
Here’s an odd bit of trivia: If you caught last year’s documentary about J.D. Salinger, you saw...
<p>Felicity Jones, left, as Nelly Ternan, and Ralph Fiennes as Charles Dickens, in a scene from The Invisible Woman. Jones performance as the younger woman in the famous author&amp;#8217;s life holds the Fiennes-directed movie together.</p>


Jan 22, 2014 10:13am
The Invisible Woman: Come for the acting chops and directorial flourishes of Ralph...
<p>Kevin Hart, left, looks lovingly at former gansta-rapper-turned-family-friendly Ice Cube, who plays a cop in the new film Ride Along.</p>


Updated: Jan 17, 2014 11:51am
“All in all, I got to say, today was a good day.” That’s Ice Cube, nearly self-...


Updated: Jan 15, 2014 10:14am
Like John Cusack’s disheveled mess in director Spike Jonze’s Being John Malkovich and...

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Review: Director sabotages ‘Oblivion’

Apr 17, 2013 6:16pm
Oblivion certainly looks the part. And for a while it certainly feels like some kind of spectacle. Director Joseph Kosinski (TRON: Legacy) is clearly focused on the visuals and the small details that...

CineList, 4.18.13

Apr 17, 2013 5:58pm
New ReleasesBlancanieves (PG-13, 104 mins) Snow White (Macarena García) is a bullfighter in 1920s Spain, with a band of circus performers as her dwarves. Just one step closer to a climatic...

Review: ‘No’ entertains despite its odd dramatization

Apr 10, 2013 8:42pm
No, a movie from Chile about advertising and dictators (in that order), is another bit of magical realism from Latin America.Augusto Pinochet, the general who overthrew Salvador Allende in 1973, for...

Review: Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson

Apr 10, 2013 8:31pm
YOU HAVE TO BE in your seventies to remember a time before Major League Baseball was racially integrated. Pro football broke the color barrier in 1946, and the NBA would follow suit in 1950. But it...

Shifting reality and untrustworthy schemers propel Danny Boyle’s “Trance”

Updated: Apr 17, 2013 4:32pm
British director Danny Boyle is never short on inspiration for his projects, be it a young Mumbai game-show contestant (Slumdog Millionaire), a weekend warrior who must sever his own arm to survive (...

CineList, 4.11.13

Apr 10, 2013 6:29pm
NEW RELEASES42 (PG-13, 128 mins) See review, this issue.It Takes a Man and a Woman (NR) Hopefully not Filipino Star Cinema’s stance on gay marriage, this movie is the third installment of Laida and...

Review: Watch out for the angst radius of ‘Ginger & Rosa’

Apr 03, 2013 4:51pm
“I’d prefer the world not to end, wouldn’t you?” asks Ginger (Elle Fanning). It was a common kind of question for teenagers in the days leading up to the Cuban Missile Crisis. “Maybe,” replies her...
Janice (Vanessa Williams, left) and Ava (Kim Kardashian, right) in TYLER PERRY&amp;#x2735;20ACTMS TEMPTATION.  Photo credit: KC Bailey

CineList, 4.4.13

Apr 03, 2013 4:10pm
New ReleasesEvil Dead (R. 91 mins) See review, this issue.Ginger & Rosa (PG-13, 90 mins) See review, this issue.Jurassic Park 3D (PG-13, 127 mins) See the 1993 movie about a couple of dumb...

Review: Former Israeli security chiefs open up regarding their campaign against Palestine in ‘The Gatekeepers’

Mar 27, 2013 4:58pm
Why is the Middle East so damnably complicated? You can spend a few semesters at a university reading books like The Arab World by Peter Mansfield and Six Days of War by Michael B. Oren. Or you could...

CineList, 3.28.13

Mar 27, 2013 4:36pm
NEW RELEASESPICK - The Gatekeepers (PG-13, 101 mins) See review, this issue. Suncoast.G.I. Joe: Retaliation (PG-13, 110 mins) Big name action stars (Bruce Willis, Channing Tatum) shoot machine guns...