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  • 'The Deep Blue Sea': Hushed, deft adaptation resonates ✭✭✭ 1/2

    'The Deep Blue Sea': Hushed, deft adaptation resonates ✭✭✭ 1/2
    The Liverpool-bred writer-director Terence Davies is best known for deeply felt, meticulously controlled reveries "The Long Day Closes" and "Distant Voices, Still Lives" and the gorgeous personal essay "Of Time and the City." Now 66, he sees the past...
  • Toronto Film Festival: Five trailers to get you in the mood

    Toronto Film Festival: Five trailers to get you in the mood
    Organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival this morning announced some of their key selections for the Sept. 6-16 event. Here's a look at five trailers to get you in the mood for the fest. "Argo": Ben Affleck is back behind the camera,...
  • Outsiders are in with Oscar

    Outsiders are in with Oscar
    When I took a bleary-eyed glance at the nomination results early yesterday morning, I have to admit that my first reaction was -- is this the Oscars or the Independent Spirit Awards? Four of the five nominees for best picture are films released by studio...
  • 'Solar: A Novel' by Ian McEwan

    'Solar: A Novel' by Ian McEwan
    Solar A Novel Ian McEwan Nan A. Talese/Doubleday: 294 pp., $26.95 In 2006, Ian McEwan survived a minor scrape with the plagiarism police. A British newspaper pointed out the resemblance between passages in his celebrated 2001 novel, " Atonement," and...
  • 'Slumdog Millionaire' is the top dog

    'Slumdog Millionaire' is the top dog
    In a ceremony alternatively as solemn and celebratory as the movie that won a leading four prizes -- the rags-to-riches drama "Slumdog Millionaire" -- Sunday night's Golden Globe awards helped focus the Oscar race as it honored the late Heath Ledger for...
  • Golden Globes nominations unveiled

    Golden Globes nominations unveiled
    "Slumdog Millionaire," a modern-day fable about an orphan from Mumbai who ends up on a television game show, is shaping up to be this movie season's Cinderella story. At one point, it seemed poised to go straight to DVD after its original studio,...
  • And the Golden Globe winner is...

    And the Golden Globe winner is...
    It was a night for underdogs. "Slumdog Millionaire" continued its Cinderella ways at the 66th annual Golden Globe awards tonight, winning four statuettes: dramatic film, director for Danny Boyle, original score for A.R. Rahman and screenplay for Simon...
  • Santa (and Oscar) on their way

    Santa (and Oscar) on their way
    It's been a frantic, festive and fashionable week. From L.A.'s sizzling party scene -- GQ's Man of the Year bash at the Chateau Marmont and the "Movies Rock" fest at the Kodak Theatre -- to New York's upper-crust "Atonement" premiere and exclusive...
  • Reese, Scarlett and Cate lock up luxe lines

    Reese, Scarlett and Cate lock up luxe lines
    If you've watched the red carpets this year, you may have noticed a new alignment of the stars. No longer content to dress a star for a particular event, design houses are now trying to lock them in for the entire awards season. "Corporations call...
  • 'Elegy,' 'Frozen River' beating the rush

    'Elegy,' 'Frozen River' beating the rush
    It pays to be early, or so that was the thinking behind Sony Picture Classics' decision to send out the academy screener of the Sundance hit " Frozen River" back on Sept. 24. Yes, that was five months before the February 2009 Oscar ceremony, and way...
  • Keira Knightley, fashion chameleon

    Keira Knightley, fashion chameleon
    "WHAT does it feel like to wear a corset?" asks Keira Knightley, looking amused. The actress rolls her molasses-brown eyes and starts to gasp as though she's choking on a fish bone. "Your ribs are crushed in and you can't get your breath. Oh, and if you...
  • 'The Soloist'

    "The Soloist" is a duet for homeless street musician and crusading columnist. Another way to put it: The film showcases a 102-piece orchestra, in which a yearning solo cello struggles, mightily, to be heard amid 101 Hollywood strings of schmaltz. You...