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  • 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Wins Gotham Award for Best Film

    Joel and Ethan Coen's "Inside Llewyn Davis" won best film at Monday's Independent Filmmaker Project's Gotham Awards. Hosted by Nick Kroll, the awards at Cipriani Wall Street, the ceremony kicked off with a career tribute award for New York City film...
  • Boardwalk Empire Season 4 finale recap: ‘Farewell Daddy Blues’

     
    Give it to Terrence Winter. Even when he takes a season of Boardwalk Empire to help us truly loathe some of his characters and have us yearning for them to get theirs, he reminds us that even the violence we now expect to solve our TV problems is far from...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' Season Finale Delivers Pain - And Plenty of Surprises

    After what felt like a slow start, "Boardwalk Empire" delivered one hell of a finishing kick -- juggling a half-dozen plots, while paying off only a few of them. Yet if some of those unresolved story lines will nag at fans who craved greater closure --...
  • James Gandolfini to Be Honored by Gotham Independent Film Awards

    James Gandolfini will be honored at the 23rd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards next month, it was announced Wednesday. Gandolfini joins previously announced tributees Forest Whitaker, Richard Linklater and Katherine Oliver. Joana Vicente,...
  • Review: 'Medora' leaves many questions about small-town travails

    Review: 'Medora' leaves many questions about small-town travails
    The depressed farming community of Medora, Ind., is the focus of the often-somber documentary appropriately titled "Medora." The film, directed by Andrew Cohn and Davy Rothbart, works as an earnest snapshot of a certain kind of small town that's...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire': Julia weds Richard; Chalky vows to kill Narcisse

    'Boardwalk Empire': Julia weds Richard; Chalky vows to kill Narcisse
    Knowing that a married woman is more likely than a bachelorette to win a child custody case, Julia Sagorsky (Wrenn Schmidt) proposes to Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) in “Marriage and Hunting,” Episode 45 of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.&...
  • On Demand DVD New Releases Oct. 28-Nov. 3

     
    On Demand DVD New Releases Oct. 28-Nov. 3 The big title this week is Monsters University, maybe the perfect antidote for those “over” the creepier monsters of the Halloween season. There are some big names in other films premiering,...
  • Lou Reed Dies at 71

    Lou Reed, the singer-songwriter whose darkly poetic recordings as frontman for the Velvet Underground and as a solo artist provided indispensable blueprints for punk, glam, noise rock and nearly every identifiable strain of indie rock, died on October 27....
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Willie abandons college; Nucky suspects fed

    'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Willie abandons college; Nucky suspects fed
    “William Wilson,” episode 43 of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” refers to an Edgar Allan Poe short story about a college student who in effect commits suicide by murdering his doppelganger. Analyzing the cautionary tale proves...
  • Disney-Pixar hit 'Monsters, Inc.' back with a fresh look

    Disney-Pixar hit 'Monsters, Inc.' back with a fresh look
    Disney-Pixar realized it had hit on a can't-miss formula for animated blockbusters about the time "Monsters, Inc." came out in 2001. Find some fantastical corner of pop culture you can peek in on — after hours. From the lives of toys when the kids...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap: Nucky rejects Arnold for land deal

    A high-stakes poker game convinces Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) that New York mobster Arnold Rothstein (Michael Stuhlbarg) and a Florida land deal don’t mix in Episode 40 (“All In”) of “Boardwalk Empire,” recently renewed...
  • James Gandolfini: A gut reaction to his on-screen style

    James Gandolfini: A gut reaction to his on-screen style
    One thing should be dispensed with up front: James Gandolfini, who shuffled off this mortal coil Wednesday at age 51, was not a style icon — nor was his most memorable character, Tony Soprano. But if one speed-clicks through stills and screen-...