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"The truth? I'd like it to be a boy." -- Owen Slater On the degree of difficulty scale, "A Man, A Plan ..." is about a nine out of ten. It wasn't the best "Boardwalk Empire" in the series' history, but it was certainly one of the most jarring. We lost...
Intriguing title aside, the mythical fire-breathers in "There Be Dragons" are strictly metaphorical. In both ambition and approach, "Dragons" echoes Roland Joffe's career-defining early work as he brings sweeping production values to overtly Christian...
Channel Guide MagazineTerence Winter wound the spring tight in Season 3 of Boardwalk Empire, each violent twist seeing a piece of Nucky Thompson’s East Coast criminal syndicate fall away and leaving the Atlantic City boss seemingly alone, friendless and on the lam from...
Channel Guide MagazineIn spite of its tendency to be rendered down to facile, generally wrong cartoons to protect children’s and patriots’ delicate sensibilities, history poses a filthy canvas. Those who choose to paint on it can hew to its boring conventions, as...
May 6 The Beaver A once-successful toy executive and family man suffering from depression begins communicating through a beaver hand puppet. With Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster and Anton Yelchin. Written by Kyle Killen. Directed by Foster. Summit...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe last time we took any note of Roland Joffe, the director of “The Mission” and “The Killing Fields,” it was through his take on the ugly genre “torture porn” titled “Captivity” back in 2007. To be fair,...
Tribune movie critic3½ stars (out of four) In "Casanova," director Lasse Hallstrom turns his genial eye on one of history's most famous seducers, Giovanni Giacomo Casanova, the legendary woman-chasing diplomat, soldier, spy and author whose very name has become synonymous...
Zap2It.comA shopgirl, factory girl, a godfather, a catwoman and Charlie Cox have joined the cast of Paramount's "Stardust." The adaptation of the Neil Gaiman adaptation will be directed by "Layer Cake" helmer Matthew Vaughn, who wrote the script along with Jane...
Times Staff WriterMichael Radford's splendid film of "The Merchant of Venice" is so somber — and rightly so — for so much of the time that it's hard to remember it is one of Shakespeare's comedies, indeed regarded as one of his greatest. Radford, best known for...
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER2 1/2 stars (out of 4) Thrillers are tough to carry off, as evidenced by the boatloads of laughably bad specimens that roll into theaters each year. But Matthew Parkhill, in "Dot the i," his directorial debut, has wrestled the genre into, if not...
Times Staff WriterA wickedly funny satire about a lonely slob from Queens, the Burmese bride he orders from a catalog and the documentary filmmaker who chronicles the debacle before luring her away, "Mail Order Wife" sends up everyone in its circuitous path — self-...
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