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  • 'On the Road' review: They don't got the beat

    'On the Road' review: They don't got the beat
    *1/2 (out of four) Perhaps the sight of Bella—er, Kristen Stewart—in the buff will attract people to “On the Road.” Or they’ll flock to it merely because they're curious to see how Jack Kerouac’s self-indulgent 1957...
  • 'Bachelorette' review: Stop rolling your eyes--it's funnier than 'Bridesmaids'

    'Bachelorette' review: Stop rolling your eyes--it's funnier than 'Bridesmaids'
    ***1/2 (out of four) Pretend for a moment that “Bridesmaids” never existed. You’d totally go for a hilarious comedy about bridesmaids, right? OK, now remember that “Bridesmaids” existed. Guess what: “Bachelorette&...
  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast April 30, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GAL: Actress Kirsten Dunst was born in Point Pleasant, N.J., on this day in 1982. This birthday gal has found her greatest success as Mary Jane Watson in three "Spiderman" blockbusters. Dunst's big break came in 1994 when she played child vampire...
  • Bachelorettes behaving badly at Profiles Theatre

    Bachelorettes behaving badly at Profiles Theatre
    On a typical weekend night, numerous trolleys traverse the bar-strewn streets of Sweet Home Chicago filled with bachelorettes, who come and go like pretty, drunk Michelangelos. Although they are invariably loud and inadequately dressed for the Chicago...
  • Vintage fashion purveyor Shareen Mitchell stars in 'Dresscue Me'

    Vintage fashion purveyor Shareen Mitchell stars in 'Dresscue Me'
    Anyone who has set foot in Shareen Vintage, a vast downtown warehouse space lined with endless racks of sparkly cocktail frocks, gauzy hippie robes and an eclectic mix of other garments, will hardly be surprised to learn that the shop's owner, Shareen...
  • Coachella: Never mind the music

    Coachella: Never mind the music
    More than 100,000 people are expected to descend on Indio next weekend for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, and the fashion world will be watching. While Arcade Fire and Kings of Leon are jamming onstage, fashion and lifestyle companies...
  • Cannes: Festival favorite enjoys L.A. ties

    Cannes: Festival favorite enjoys L.A. ties
    — Writer-director Terrence Malick wasn't there to accept it, but "The Tree of Life," his ambitious and long-anticipated examination of what it all means, won the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or on Sunday night. "He remains infamously and...
  • Fests can start the buzz and carry it through

    Fests can start the buzz and carry it through
    Mark Roybal, president of production at Indian Paintbrush, still remembers the rush he got from viewing "Little Miss Sunshine" at its 2006 Sundance Film Festival screening. "It was one of the most unbelievable experiences I've ever had," he says. "I went...
  • The Contenders: Kirsten Dunst of 'Melancholia'

    The Contenders: Kirsten Dunst of 'Melancholia'
    As Justine, the complicated young bride at the center of Lars von Trier's apocalyptic meditation on depression, "Melancholia," Kirsten Dunst is called upon to convey great depths of anguish with very little dialogue. But Dunst, 29, delivers such a...
  • Monster Mash: Intiman Theatre back? Kirsten Dunst joins cast

     
    Kirsten Dunst will join Mark Ruffalo and Billy Crudup in a screen adaptation of Adam Rapp's Pulitzer finalist play "Red Light Winter." The Intiman Theatre in Seattle is launching a $1 million fundraising campaign to revive its suspended operations....
  • Will Meryl Streep give Viola Davis a run for her money for the Oscar?

     
    We’re still waiting for one of our leading contenders to show herself, though we’ll probably be done with the Thanksgiving leftovers before we see that particular “Girl” and her tattoo. In the meantime, let’s sort through the...
  • 'A Dangerous Method,' 'Melancholia' take cues from Richard Wagner

     
    In two recent films -- David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method" and Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" -- Richard Wagner's music pervades the soundtrack as well as the story lines, informing the psychology of the characters while adding crucial sonic subtext.....