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  • Review: 'Walking With Dinosaurs' stumbles in its new environment

     Review: 'Walking With Dinosaurs' stumbles in its new environment
    The new 3-D nature tale "Walking With Dinosaurs" is nothing like its predecessors. I don't mean the creatures of the Jurassic Period, which came before the Cretaceous Period that is the movie's staging ground. Not the "Jurassic Park" period either,...
  • Q&A: 'Some Velvet Morning' star Alice Eve

    Q&A: 'Some Velvet Morning' star Alice Eve
    Asked whether or not she likes “Pretty Woman,” Alice Eve answers with an enthusiastic, “Of course!” The English actress defends the “classic film of my childhood” as a fairy tale and quotes in a New York accent, “...
  • 3View: Taking Stock of 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

    Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" has drawn mixed reviews -- even among the Variety critics. Here, in addition to Scott Foundas' full review, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge offer competing takes. Justin Chang Score: 7/10 In "The Wolf of Wall...
  • No, dear

    No, dear
      In Ben Stiller's earnest but screwy go at "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," the actor-director takes the role of the daydreaming, "Yes, dear" fellow introduced in a wee but hardy 1939 James Thurber short story. Thurber sold it to the New Yorker,...
  • Review: 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' ★★

    Review: 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' ★&#9733
    So. Turns out the only thing the prototypical American milquetoast Walter Mitty needed to get happy was a little stubble and a lavish travel budget. In director Ben Stiller's earnest-but-screwy go at "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," Stiller himself...
  • Review: Ben Stiller gives 'Walter Mitty' a smart, antic touch

    Review: Ben Stiller gives 'Walter Mitty' a smart, antic touch
    As a director and star trying to extend into new territory, Ben Stiller is his own best friend. With wild and crazy films like "Zoolander" and "Tropic Thunder" in his past, Stiller's taken a different turn in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," but,...
  • 'Wolf of Wall Street's' excess, corruption hit a nerve

    'Wolf of Wall Street's' excess, corruption hit a nerve
    Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" hit at the end of 2013 like a contraption that is part stun gun and part paintball, jolting audiences and critics with its brash splatter of sex, drugs, greed and the amorality of wanton excess. Just under...
  • REVIEW: 'The Adventurer' ★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'The Adventurer' &#9733 1/2
    "The Misadventurer" is more like it: Taken from one of a trilogy of young-adult adventure novels by G.P. Taylor, "The Adventurer" grinds through generic elements of apocalyptic fantasy familiar to fans of Indiana Jones, Percy Jackson and a million other...
  • Review: 'The Nut Job' 3-D animated movie doesn't quite crack it

    Winter is coming to Oakton, the fictional city circa 1959 at the center of the new 3-D animated film "The Nut Job." Unfortunately, the critters who occupy Liberty Park haven't been able to store enough food to survive the season. That's of no concern to...
  • 'Frozen': Defying meteorology ★★★

    'Frozen': Defying meteorology ★★&#9733
    Big, bright, often beautiful and essentially an action movie, as are most animated features these days, "Frozen" comes from Walt Disney Animation Studios. While Disney credits the 1845 Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Snow Queen" as primary...
  • Review: 'Black Nativity' is stage-bound but musically gifted

    Review: 'Black Nativity' is stage-bound but musically gifted
    "Black Nativity" — the movie — seems like such a good idea. Start with poet and playwright Langston Hughes' powerful telling of the Christmas story — the spoken word, the gospel choir, the staging spare, the story timeless. Wrap a...
  • Review: 'Wadjda' a notable feat for Saudi director Haifaa Mansour

     Review: 'Wadjda' a notable feat for Saudi director Haifaa Mansour
    The first feature to be shot in Saudi Arabia, and directed by a woman to boot, "Wadjda" is a remarkable film twice over. We are fortunate to have it for both of those reasons, but it's hard not to wish the result was even better. While the uniqueness of...