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  • 'Snitch,' starring Dwayne Johnson, is capably noirish ★★★

    'Snitch,' starring Dwayne Johnson, is capably noirish ★★★
    Large, in charge and nobody's little Margie: Dwayne Johnson takes on the drug kingpins in "Snitch." Place your bets! "Snitch" comes from a story told in a "Frontline" documentary about the post-Reagan-era injustice of mandatory minimum sentencing for...
  • Film Review: 'Snitch' and its star the Rock are toned down just enough

    Film Review: 'Snitch' and its star the Rock are toned down just enough
    There's been a big, new blow-'em-up action film nearly every week so far in this admittedly young year. Nearly all have been intended to showcase a 60-ish star — Stallone, Schwarzenegger, Willis — and nearly all were disappointments. Jason...
  • 'Robot and Frank'

    'Robot and Frank'
    It literally is a robot and Frank - as in, an android and Frank Langella - in this enjoyably low-key tale that's more sentimental drama than sci-fi. The ever-expert Langella plays a former thief whose children worry that he needs regular assistance in his...
  • Chicago designer competes in new 'Project Runway'

    Chicago designer competes in new 'Project Runway'
    Chicago designer Katelyn Pankoke will be among the 16 designers competing in the Season 11 of "Project Runway" when it premieres at 8 p.m. CT Jan. 24 on Lifetime. The new season is the first ever teams edition, so the 23-year-old creative force behind...
  • 'Arbitrage'

    'Arbitrage'
    A showcase for Richard Gere, writer-director Nicholas Jarecki's drama casts the actor as a tycoon anxious to sell off his holdings before his questionable business ethics are exposed. As the process takes unexpected and unwelcome turns, a police...
  • Brian Hutchison Re-teams With Valerie Harper In "Looped" at Bushnell

    Brian Hutchison Re-teams With Valerie Harper In "Looped" at Bushnell
    Brian Hutchison will play opposite Valerie Harper in the Matthew Lombardo play, "Looped" when the play comes to the Belding Theater at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Hartford Jan. 24 to Feb. 6 Both actors were in the 2010 Broadway...
  • 'Cloud Atlas' review: A historic mess

    'Cloud Atlas' review: A historic mess
    * (out of four) Hokum of monumental proportions is still hokum. Watch the 6-minute “Cloud Atlas” trailer about 30 times and you’ll have an idea of what it’s like to sit through this epic disaster, which never bores but never...
  • The Rocky Horror Show staged in both Palm Beach and Broward counties

    The Rocky Horror Show staged in both Palm Beach and Broward counties
    Just what Halloween needs: a sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania. Or two. "The Rocky Horror Show" gets two stagings during the frightful season: Andrews Living Arts Studio in Broward County and Entr'Acte Theatrix in Palm Beach County. "Of...
  • 'Cloud Atlas'? Shrug ★★ 1/2

    'Cloud Atlas'? Shrug ★★ 1/2
    A big-budget film's marketing mission is simple: Eliminate the idea of an unsuspecting audience. Did people know what they were getting when they got "Transformers: Dark of the Moon"? Yes. They got what they were shown in the 30-second ads, over and...
  • Cloud Atlas

    Cloud Atlas
    You will not like this movie. You will not understand this movie. I can prove the second statement, and am merely taking a guess on the first. Tom Hanks had to explain the movie to Letterman last week when Dave said he didn’t get it. He asked if...
  • Film review: 'Cloud Atlas' is worth the ride

    Film review: 'Cloud Atlas' is worth the ride
    David Mitchell's 2004 novel “Cloud Atlas” was ambitious, sometimes confounding, and absolutely riveting. Viewers are likely to find the film “Cloud Atlas” — written and directed by Tom Tykwer (“Run Lola Run”)...
  • Concert-goers pay for music, not politics

    Concert-goers pay for music, not politics
    What's the best way to alienate your audience when you're performing? Promote a political agenda like Madonna did Saturday night at the New Orleans Arena.  With ticket prices averaging north of $100, Madonna packed the Hornets' home with almost 30...