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  • Elaine Lui dissects the Celebrity Industrial Complex

    Elaine Lui dissects the Celebrity Industrial Complex
    Two weeks ago when Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced they were divorcing, many focused on the labored "conscious uncoupling" argot used in their announcement, which was posted on Paltrow's lifestyle website goop.com.
  • Q&A: 'Hit and Run' star/writer/co-director Dax Shepard

    Q&A: 'Hit and Run' star/writer/co-director Dax Shepard
    Since tackling more serious material than, say, “Without a Paddle” or “Employee of the Month,” with the excellent indie “The Freebie” and NBC’s solid “Parenthood,” Dax Shepard has noticed that...

    'Hit and Run' review: Dopey action-comedy features a car with a missing engine. How fitting.

    'Hit and Run' review: Dopey action-comedy features a car with a missing engine. How fitting.
    ** (out of four) Star/writer/co-director Dax Shepard’s “Hit and Run” possesses such a sheepish, hey-man-I’m-trying-here charm that deriding it feels a little like poking a puppy. However, a chase movie should never be sluggish,...

    'The Vow' review: An unconvincing rendition of the unthinkably sad

    'The Vow' review: An unconvincing rendition of the unthinkably sad
    ** (out of four)   Channing Tatum gets a bad rap, but the failings of “The Vow” lie primarily on his (often-bare) shoulders.   The Chicago-set story, inspired by true events but told like an ordinary, contrived slice of soap, brings an ocean...

    'Hit & Run': Retro plot takes wrong turn ★ 1/2

    'Hit & Run': Retro plot takes wrong turn ★ 1/2
    In adolescence many of us were cinematically weaned on (or permanently stunted by; I'll let the courts decide) the likes of "Dirty Mary Crazy Larry" and "Gone in Sixty Seconds," rough-edged and disreputable time-killers whose co-stars were whatever the...