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Groundhog Day (movie)

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  • 'Edge of Tomorrow,' Tom Cruise run loops around competition

    'Edge of Tomorrow,' Tom Cruise run loops around competition
    Just when you were ready to give up on the summer season and its cookie-cutter, been-there blockbusters, "Edge of Tomorrow" saves the day. It's a star-driven mass-market entertainment that's smart, exciting and unexpected while not stinting on genre...
  • 'Edge of Tomorrow': Tom Cruise action flick is loopy fun, reviews say

    'Edge of Tomorrow': Tom Cruise action flick is loopy fun, reviews say
    Moviegoers are used to seeing Tom Cruise save the day — usually on the first try. But in the new sci-fi action film "Edge of Tomorrow," directed by Doug Liman and co-starring Emily Blunt, Cruise needs more than a few attempts to foil an alien...
  • 'Fault in Our Stars' likely to break Tom Cruise's heart at box office

    Following a string of weekends dominated by rampaging monsters, mutant superheroes and a Disney fairy tale villain, love-struck teens are likely to supply one of the summer's breakout hits.  The weepy love story "The Fault in Our Stars," opening this...
  • Film Review: A sci-fi twist on a time-traveling chestnut

    Film Review: A sci-fi twist on a time-traveling chestnut
    When Bill Murray had to endlessly relive the same 24 hours in "Groundhog Day," it was to save his soul. When Tom Cruise does more or less the same thing in "Edge of Tomorrow," it's to save the world. In ways both general and specific, it's essentially...
  • Maker Studios Premieres Ben Stiller's 'Next Time on Lonny' on Its Own Site, Ahead of YouTube

    Disney's Maker Studios is debuting the second season of reality-TV spoof "Next Time on Lonny" from Ben Stiller's Red Hour Digital on Maker.TV, a day before it puts the episodes up on YouTube. With the release strategy, Maker -- like other multichannel...
  • Doug Liman hopes his wild loop means a hit with 'Edge of Tomorrow'

    Doug Liman hopes his wild loop means a hit with 'Edge of Tomorrow'
    In the phantasmagorial sci-fi epic "Edge of Tomorrow," Tom Cruise finds himself encased in an 85-pound metal exoskeleton bristling with futuristic weaponry and confronted with a singularly intractable situation: a kill-and-be-killed conflict that...
  • Sharon Stone Seduces Jay Baruchel for 'The Graduate' Live Read

    Film Independent at LACMA closed out its season Thursday with a Live Read of "The Graduate." Director Jason Reitman led the event. Before the Live Read began, Reitman made an announcement that someone very special was in the packed 600-seat Bing Theatre....
  • 2014 Summer movie preview

    2014 Summer movie preview
    Is Chicago having a big year at the movies or what? One of the spring's biggest films ("Divergent") was set here, filmed here and based on a book by a local author. Now two of summer's biggest movies, "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and "Jupiter...
  • Bill Murray crashes, charms a Charleston, S.C., bachelor party

    Bill Murray crashes, charms a Charleston, S.C., bachelor party
    Bill Murray kind of crashed a bachelor party in Charleston, S.C., over the Memorial Day weekend, delivering relationship advice to a very appreciative audience. We say "kind of crashed" because he also kind of had an invitation, albeit one he...
  • Jason Bateman, Jason Reitman Honor Harold Ramis at Live Read of 'Groundhog Day'

    Film Independent at LACMA's Live Read performances are always special - cold recitations of classic screenplays, the readings are never rehearsed, recorded, or repeated. But Thursday night's live read of the existentialist comedy "Groundhog Day," directed...
  • Incentives breed film familiarity

    Incentives breed film familiarity
    Moviemaking in America often comes down to one state's tax incentives versus another's, and how those tax breaks can shave millions off a producer's bottom line. Two of the most politically aggressive states in this regard, Louisiana and Georgia, snag a...
  • A new Ackermanville Bridge: This year for sure?

    A new Ackermanville Bridge: This year for sure?
    Q: A few years ago, PennDOT bought and demolished the Ackermanville Store in an effort to remove a hazardous curve on Route 191. I have heard that PennDOT now intends to abandon those plans, and instead demolish a house on the downstream side of the...