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  • Maritime union hopes film on 2009 pirate attack will raise awareness

    Maritime union hopes film on 2009 pirate attack will raise awareness
    After Navy SEAL snipers killed three Somali pirates during the dramatic rescue of Capt. Richard Phillips off the Horn of Africa in 2009, the merchant mariner became an overnight star, lauded as a hero for sacrificing himself to save his cargo ship's crew.
  • Tom Hanks, Lily Tomlin to receive Kennedy Center Honors

    Tom Hanks, Lily Tomlin to receive Kennedy Center Honors
    Actor-director Tom Hanks and comedian Lily Tomlin are among the five recipients of this year's Kennedy Center Honors, which celebrate "extraordinary individuals who have spent their lives elevating the cultural vibrancy of our nation and the world," the...

    Film Review: 'Noah'

    Having made movies about obsessive characters looking for God -- or something like Him -- in the numerology of the Kabbalah ("Pi"), at the end of a heroin needle ("Requiem for a Dream"), and in the outer reaches of the galaxy ("The Fountain"), surely it...

    'Captain Phillips,' a solid tale of man versus pirates ★★★

    'Captain Phillips,' a solid tale of man versus pirates ★★&#9733
    "Captain Phillips" is a Tom Hanks movie. It is also a Paul Greengrass movie, and the cinematic tumult director Greengrass adroitly captures and sustains in the service of a narrative has a way of keeping his stars unmoored — in a good way —...

    The truth made 'Captain Phillips' screenplay an easy sail

     The truth made 'Captain Phillips' screenplay an easy sail
    I love true stories. I think it's because I'm constantly amazed, intrigued, inspired (and sometimes appalled) by genuine human behavior. Inventing characters is a lot of fun but I don't think I'm capable of creating a fictional character that could...