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  • Movie Review: The Rum Diary

     
    The stench of cheap booze, stale cigarettes, newsprint and pre-air conditioning sweat wafts off the screen in “The Rum Diary,” Johnny Depp's second shot at paying tribute to his friend, gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson. Though it only...
  • Thursday's Highlights: 'The X-Factor' on Fox

     
    TV listings for the week of Oct. 30 - Nov. 5 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found at: www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv This week's TV Movies RESULTS: The twelve finalists face elimination...
  • Sundance Film Festival announces its drama, documentary premieres

     
    Sundance Film Festival is perhaps best known for its narrative and dramatic competitions, but the real business in Park City, Utah, is done around the Sundance Film Festival premieres — and none of the features announced Monday has a distribution...
  • Sundance 2012: Josh Radnor's 'Liberal Arts' gets ovation at premiere

     
    Josh Radnor's "Liberal Arts" got a standing ovation at the Sundance Film Festival....
  • SXSW 2012: Two sides of opening night with 'Cabin' and 'Babymakers'

     
    "The Cabin In The Woods" and "The Babymakers" premiere on the opening night of the 2012 South By Southwest Film Festival...
  • “Liz & Dick” EP Larry Thompson: story was in screenwriter Christopher Monger’s DNA

     
    When I spoke with Larry Thompson, executive producer of Lifetime's upcoming Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton biopic Liz & Dick, this afternoon for our November cover story on the opulent and much-debated film, he revealed just how deeply connected his...
  • 'Cabin in the Woods': Joss Whedon likes his actors bloody

     
    At the Los Angeles premiere of "The Cabin in the Woods," Joss Whedon talked to Ministry of Gossip about bloodying up actors like Chris Hemsworth for the upcoming horror movie....
  • 'Eat Pray Love'

    'Eat Pray Love'
    Though she risks being upstaged by the great scenery, Julia Roberts is the show in director Ryan Murphy's ("Glee") version of Elizabeth Gilbert's autobiographical best-seller. Roberts-as-Gilbert takes off on a literal odyssey of self-discovery after...
  • Tree cutting shows need to support course

    The catastrophic mutilation of the prized Moreton Bay fig tree in La Crescenta is the latest in a series of debacles that have given rise to a reawakening in our community — a renewed and blistering realization that our heritage and aesthetic values...
  • Julia Roberts profiles several 'Extraordinary Moms' on OWN

    Julia Roberts knows what it's like to go above and beyond as a mother, so she's pleased to showcase others who do, too. The "Erin Brockovich" Oscar winner is the executive producer and host/narrator of "Extraordinary Moms," a special for Oprah Winfrey'...
  • 'Let Me In'

    'Let Me In'
    Director Matt Reeves' ( "Cloverfield") revision of the Swedish thriller "Let the Right One In" generates its own chills, largely through the stunning performance by sweet-faced Chloe Moretz ( "Kick-Ass") as a young vampire. She comes to the aid of a...
  • Americana generates its own civic problems

    While reading the Sunday edition, I came across two articles about the proposed Americana at Brand expansion. One was a full-page ad saying that Glendale faces an $8-million deficit this year with threats to services like police, fire and parks. Then it...