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James Cromwell

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  • Movie Review: Secretariat

     
    Secretariat, the 1970s super horse, was no Seabiscuit. And that creates problems that “Secretariat,” the movie, never overcomes. A well-acted tale of an underdog's triumph that sorely lacks an underdog, it teeters between pleasantly generic...
  • Consumer Electronics Show: Audi talks electric Spyders, Chinese-reading touchpads and accident prevention

     
    On the Audi menu at CES: electric cars, telematics and more...
  • Ed Harris, James Cromwell to show support for Belarus Free Theatre

     
    In the weeks since the arrest of some members of the Belarus Free Theatre — rounded up as part of a wider crackdown on activists after a widely contested election in the Eastern European country — theater professionals around the......
  • Royal wedding: Prince William should put a ring on it

     
    The upcoming nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton have been full of ring surprises. First, William made the stunning gesture of giving his fiancée the famous sapphire engagement ring that belonged to his late mother, Diana, the Princess of......
  • FFF 2011 Movie Review: MindFLUX

     
    One important question lingers in the mind at the end of “MindFLUX,” Ryan Kerrison's  unsatisfying portrait of playwright/director Richard Foreman. That question, Will the works of Foreman, darling of the New York avante garde, MacArthur &#...
  • Charlie Chaplin's granddaughters light up 'The Artist' screening

     
    Charlie Chaplin granddaughters Carmen and Dolores helped Harvey Weinstein host a special screening of awards hopeful "The Artist" in Beverly Hills, with attending cast Penelope Ann Miller, James Cromwell and Missi Pyle....
  • Santa Barbara Film Festival to honor 'The Artist' stars

     
    The Santa Barbara International Film Festival will honor the French stars of “The Artist” -- Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo -- with the Cinema Vanguard Award to be presented on Feb. 4. As part of the tribute, the fest will host a special...
  • Are movies about moviemaking the shortcut to Oscar glory?

     
    This is the year when nothing says Oscar like a movie about movimaking....
  • 'Secretariat'

    'Secretariat'
    The horse that galvanized the racing world in the early 1970s gets reverent Disney-studio treatment in this drama, well-directed by Randall Wallace, the screenwriter of "Braveheart." Diane Lane gives a fine performance as Penny Chenery, who became...
  • 'The Artist'

    'The Artist'
    Oscar's latest best picture is an affectionate tribute to movie history, with director Michel Hazanavicius going so far as to make it a silent film. Jean Dujardin also earned an Academy Award as the star who fears what the dawn of talking pictures may...
  • Reel Critics: Silent movie era revisited in 'The Artist'

    French director Michel Hazanavicius is the moving force behind the innovative and highly regarded new film "The Artist." He's fashioned a dazzling wonder of modern cinema using the surprising format of black-and-white silent movies. The packed audience...
  • 'The Artist' review: Wonderful silent film says in with the old

    'The Artist' review: Wonderful silent film says in with the old
    ***1/2 (out of four) At one point in the joyous French silent film “The Artist,” former American silent movie star George Valentin (Cannes best actor winner Jean Dujardin) receives a compliment that kills him: “My father is a big fan.&...