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  • Diane Lane embraces age and 'Youth'

    Diane Lane embraces age and 'Youth'
    When Diane Lane first arrived at the Goodman Theatre to begin rehearsals for David Cromer's much-anticipated fall production of Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth," someone handed the famous actress — star of such movies as "Rumble Fish,"...
  • 'Secretariat,' 'Red,' 'Social Network' show staying power

    'Secretariat,' 'Red,' 'Social Network' show staying power
    Head goes here "Secretariat" has hardly slowed down since it opened in theaters two weeks ago, but it's far from the only movie to enjoy strong second, third or even sixth laps around the box office track recently. Most films see ticket sales fall...
  • 'Secretariat' races to the finish with a Hollywood premiere

     
    The premiere of "Secretariat" at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre on Thursday brought out all the front-runners of the much-anticipated Disney film: stars Diane Lane, John Malkovich, A.J. Michalka, Nestor Serrano, Dylan Walsh, director Randall Wallace and...
  • Movie projector: 'Secretariat' and 'Life As We Know It' will battle 'Social Network' for No. 1

     
    Three new movies open at theaters nationwide this weekend, but it's possible that none will be the most popular pick among audiences. Walt Disney Pictures' horse-racing drama "Secretariat" and Warner Bros.' romantic comedy "Life As We Know It" are both......
  • Paging Disney's Rich Ross: Whatever you do, don't read this 'Secretariat' review!

     
    Even though Salon's Andrew O'Hehir manages to call "Secretariat" "a work of genius" at one point in his new review, I don't think we'll be seeing Disney putting O'Hehir in its blurb ads this weekend. In fact, I suspect that......
  • Weekend movies: 'It's Kind of a Funny Story,' 'Life as We Know It,' 'Secretariat'

     
    With Halloween around the corner and Katherine Heigl on billboards across Los Angeles, we'll leave it up to you to decide if you're scared of this weekend's new movies: "It's Kind of a Funny Story": A teen dramedy with the ubiquitous/hilarious Zach...
  • Box office: 'The Social Network' on top again as 'Life as We Know It,' 'Secretariat' come up lame [updated]

     
    Excellent word-of-mouth kept Facebook movie "The Social Network" at the top of the box-office charts with $15.5 million this weekend as three new movies failed to draw big crowds. Romantic comedy "Life as We Know It" was a close No.......
  • 'Secretariat' leads pack of movies holding well at box office

     
    “Secretariat” has hardly slowed down since it opened in theaters two weeks ago, putting it at the head of a pack of several films that have enjoyed strong second, third or even sixth laps around the box office track recently.......
  • Reel Critics: Documentary gives school system an 'F'

    Reel Critics: Documentary gives school system an 'F'
      Every American child deserves a decent public school education. A good education is the foundation and future of this country. In the thoughtful, compassionate documentary "Waiting for 'Superman,'" we learn that the U.S. spends twice as much money...
  • Natural Perspectives: The story of the horse who was all heart

    Southern California is horseracing country as much as the bluegrass belt of Kentucky. We have the Santa Anita, Los Alamitos, Del Mar and Hollywood Park racetracks, places that some of the Hollywood film stars of yesteryear liked to frequent. We can...
  • 'Secretariat'

    'Secretariat'
    The horse that galvanized the racing world in the early 1970s gets reverent Disney-studio treatment in this drama, well-directed by Randall Wallace, the screenwriter of "Braveheart." Diane Lane gives a fine performance as Penny Chenery, who became...
  • Drew Roy: Hal finds love--again--on 'Falling Skies'

    Drew Roy: Hal finds love--again--on 'Falling Skies'
    Drew Roy can't complain about playing teen-turned-alien fighter Hal Mason in "Falling Skies." Despite a constant alien threat, Hal seems to find time for romance. "I'll agree with you there," Roy said, laughing. "You know, being Hal, they throw a new...