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  • Saturday's TV Highlights: HBO has Leo and Kate, together again

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 27 - Jan. 2, in PDF format This week's TV Movies SECOND TIME AROUND: “Titanic’s” Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet reunited for the moody 2008 period drama “Revolutionary Road...
  • Wednesday's Highlights: Elvis Costello is interviewed on his show

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 3 - 9, in PDF format This week's TV Movies HIS AIM IS TRUE: Mary Louise Parker interviews Elvis Costello on 'Spectacle: Elvis Costello With...' at 10 p.m. on......
  • Back to back Besson: 'From Paris With Love' and 'District 13: Ultimatum'

     
    Back in the '80s, it seemed like every teen comedy was written, produced and/or directed by John Hughes. The man was so prolific he became a sort of one-man studio.French filmmaker Luc Besson ("La Femme Nikita," "The Fifth Element") is John Hughes on...
  • Original 'Karate Kid' screenwriter says fans wonder 'Why are you remaking this classic?'

     
    Rachel Abramowitz is back on the Hero Complex with a look at the past and the future of "The Karate Kid." The writer of 1984's "The Karate Kid" isn't flipping for this summer's remake starring young Jaden Smith, the son......
  • DVD Review: District B-13: Ultimatum

     
    District B-13 was the kinetic French thriller of a few years back that introduced the world to the word and sport “parkour” – that French-frolic up and down buildings, over trees, cars, leaping and scrambling and covering ground on...
  • Movie Review: Skirt Day

     
    It's fascinating to watch French culture, especially French film, cope with that famously welcoming nation's attitude toward the chasms opening within society over the Islamic underclass that has developed there. The country that let Ayatollah Khomeini...
  • Jim Carrey’s Oscar shot–I Love You Phillip Morris, in legal limbo

     
    It premiered at Sundance in 2009, and has seen release dates come and go in the year and a half since. Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor star in I Love You Phillip Morris, a darkly comical gay prison romance (oh yeah), which has been tied up in distribution...
  • Peter Jackson is having casting meetings re: The Hobbit

     
    Perhaps he's resigned himself to it after all. Heat Vision is reporting that Peter Jackson, in an effort to keep the teetering The Hobbit train on the tracks, is having casting meetings with possible actors for the film. He could still end up only as...
  • COMIC-CON 2010: 'Nikita' debuts and Maggie Q says 'Dudes are gonna love it!'

     
    Though she was referring mainly to a catfight between Lyndsy Fonseca and another woman on the show when she said "Dudes are gonna love it," Maggie Q could have been talking about her new CW show, "Nikita," which showed to......
  • Why doesn’t Tyler Perry BUY Lionsgate?

     
    Lionsgate, a studio caught up in a messy takeover fight with corporate titan Carl Icahn, announced its latest Tyler Perry project Wed. We the Peoples was written by  Tina Gordon Chism  and is about “a young man enduring the weekend from hell...
  • 'From Paris With Love'

    'From Paris With Love'
    John Travolta always seems to have a good time playing bad - on the screen, anyway - and even though his character nominally is on the side of the heroes in this action tale, he walks the edge enough. Sporting a shaved head, Travolta stars as a self-...
  • Double-barreled firepower

    It's one of the most urgent questions facing men of a certain age today, particularly in Latin American countries, a question that strikes at one's core values and affirms one's identity as a soccer-mad, tequila-swigging, red-blooded varon. That question...