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  • We are alienated by dependence on technology

    In the 1840s, Benjamin Disraeli, still a long way from being prime minister, wanted to wake people up to the plight of the British working class -- and move them to act. The alarm he sounded wasn't delivered in a speech, a pamphlet, or an article -- but in a novel, "Sybil," published in 1845. It had the desired effect -- raising awareness, provoking outrage, and leading to the passage of several fundamental social reforms.
  • 'Disconnect' review: Dated details, ever-valid feelings

    'Disconnect' review: Dated details, ever-valid feelings
    **1/2 (out of four) I'd say I'm of two minds about “Disconnect,” but I think it's more like my mind and my heart don't agree on this one. For starters: IMDB plot summaries don't get much drier than, “A drama centered on a group of...

    Movie Review: Crazy, Stupid Love

     
    Ryan Gosling is ripped, randy and risible in “Crazy, Stupid Love,” an ensemble romantic farce that has the “serious” actor let his funny flag fly. Yeah, it's a Steve Carell comedy, sort of the dark, divorcing sequel to “...

    Stars Talk About New Movie 'Crazy Stupid Love'

    Stars Talk About New Movie 'Crazy Stupid Love'
    PIX 11's Sharon Carpenter talks with actors Steve Carell, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling on their new romantic comedy "Crazy Stupid Love," which is in theaters on Friday, July 29th. At fortysomething, straight-laced Cal Weaver (Steve Carell)...

    Reel Critics: 'Oblivion' a thinking man's thriller

    Reel Critics: 'Oblivion' a thinking man's thriller
    Big-budget science-fiction movies are often vehicles for selling toys to kids and merchandise to adult fans. But there was a time when these films offered compelling visions of a strange future far beyond conventional thinking. "Forbidden Planet" in 1956,...