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Zap2ItLiam Neeson reinvented himself as an action star in "Taken," and this melodrama keeps him in that mode. He plays an attendee at a European conference whose trip is interrupted by his involvement in a car accident, putting him into a coma. When he comes...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe shrinking field of indie film outfits willing to pick up a good film with limited box office prospects has been whacking filmmakers with a reality stick these past few years. There's no where to shop your movie, or almost nowhere. Music Box is one...
The Theater LoopTHEATER REVIEW: "Frost / Nixon" ★★★½ Through Oct. 10 at TimeLine Theatre, 615 W. Wellington Ave.; Running Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes; Tickets: $28-$38 at 773-281-8463 and www.timelinetheatre.com Few would call Rod R. Blagojevich wholly Nixonian. In...
Ministry of GossipWe can't imagine Warren Buffett turning out for the premiere of, say, "Beverly Hills Chihuahua." But "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" managed to lure the billionaire investor out of Omaha and onto the red carpet for the Oliver Stone film's' New York...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThere's too much worth chewing over in Oliver Stone's “Wall Street” sequel, “Money Never Sleeps,” to dismiss it out of hand. Sure, it's old fashioned — '80s old fashioned, from the Tom Cruise-cocky way Shia LaBeouf plays...
Culture MonsterArthur Penn, who died this week at age 88, will always be remembered for his film work, especially for directing the groundbreaking "Bonnie and Clyde." But Penn belonged to that increasingly rare breed of directors who felt at home on......
Ministry of GossipMichael Douglas is on the last round of chemotherapy and radiation in his battle with throat cancer, followed by six weeks of recovery, the actor's rep told People on Wednesday. When it's done, the actor says, he's considering packing up......
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThis looks like a fitting companion piece for Liam Neeson's comeback film — “Taken.” Yeah, he's made a few movies since then, but this Euro-thriller about a guy who wakes from a coma and finds his identity has been hijacked, feels...
The Theater LoopDeadline Hollywood reports today that "Miraculous Year," the pilot penned by John Logan about a Broadway composer and his strange and wonderful world, has not been picked up as an HBO series. That will be lamented in Broadway circles: "Miraculous......
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelKirsten Dunst makes a vivid, brittle return to the big screen with “All Good Things,” a fictionalized account of a notorious New York missing person case with hints of great wealth, great love, treachery and murder. Sharing the screen with...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando Sentinel“Urgency” in the movies can be a product of editing or a consequence of very fine acting. It's that sense that there is a ticking clock working against our hero, that a matter of life or death, love or loss is at stake. Think of Pierce...
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