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  • 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...
  • PIX11 Yule Log to Air on Christmas Day -- and Watch Out For Other WPIX Holiday Traditions

    PIX11 Yule Log to Air on Christmas Day -- and Watch Out For Other WPIX Holiday Traditions
    It wouldn't be a holiday in New York without the PIX11 Yule Log! The Yule Log, the famous film loop of a burning log in a hearth, has warmed the hearts of` viewers since it debuted on PIX in 1966. To celebrate the fabled fire stick's 46th anniversary,...
  • 'Robot and Frank' review: Not your average crime story

    'Robot and Frank' review: Not your average crime story
    *** (out of four) Hunter (James Marsden) tries to help his dad Frank (Frank Langella) by giving him a robot. Dad’s not having it: “Back off,” Frank says to the short, metallic assistant with the voice of Peter Sarsgaard, “you...
  • 'Robot & Frank': Langella switches on the larcenous charm ★★

    'Robot & Frank': Langella switches on the larcenous charm ★★
    "Robot & Frank" may be the oddest credit in Frank Langella's almost 60 years on stage and screen. It is, as its title declares, about a robot. And Frank. This sentimental comedy traffics in old age, forgetfulness, family and a robot that "feels." And it...
  • Reel Critics: Robots are people too

    Reel Critics: Robots are people too
    "Robot and Frank" may be the first buddy movie between a robot and a senior citizen. Frank (Frank Langella) has increasing memory lapses, and his son (James Marsden) is worn out driving hundreds of miles each week to clean up after him. He buys his dad...
  • Una visión optimista para la tercera edad

    Una visión optimista para la tercera edad
    El drama de los ancianos que rehúsan pasar los últimos días de su vida en un asilo adquiere una solución de "ENMV0002398">"película" en Robot & Frank. En este filme protagonizado por legendario Frank Langella, un octogenario conoce un robot que lo cuida y...
  • 'Arbitrage' review: Fails the test of "Is it better than a 'Law and Order' episode?"

    'Arbitrage' review: Fails the test of "Is it better than a 'Law and Order' episode?"
    **1/2 (out of four) Ruthlessly pursuing a billionaire he’s sure deserves to be punished, detective Bryer (Tim Roth) laments, “He does not get to walk just because he’s on CNBC.” Frustration toward the invincibility of the rich...
  • 'Arbitrage': Sympathy for the devil ★★★

    'Arbitrage': Sympathy for the devil ★★★
    It's an unseemly request by a movie, to ask us to root for the lying, scrambling but extremely well-coiffed hedge fund billionaire weasel played by Richard Gere in the new film "Arbitrage." But there it is. The movie does ask, and to varying degrees, we...
  • Film review: Richard Gere plays one of the 1% in 'Arbitrage'

    Film review: Richard Gere plays one of the 1% in 'Arbitrage'
    “Arbitrage” is not about Jack Abramoff, or Bernie Madoff or even Mitt Romney. But resemblances between any one of them and the film's protagonist, Robert Miller (Richard Gere), are hardly coincidental. Miller is a stand-in for a whole class of...
  • Arbitrage

    Arbitrage
    I’m glad I have smart friends. The one I brought to this screening told me what “arbitrage” meant. It had something to do with buying and selling the same thing in the stock market. She was a little more detailed, but I’m lazy...
  • Occupy Wall Street protesters driven by varying goals

    Occupy Wall Street protesters driven by varying goals
    Michael Moore and Susan Sarandon have dropped in. A seasoned diplomat dispenses free advice. Supporters send everything from boxes of food and clothes to Whole Foods gift cards. They even have their own app, for the legions of fans following them on...
  • Occupy Wall Street activists cool to celebrities' visit

    Occupy Wall Street activists cool to celebrities' visit
    Most groups that count on donations might welcome nods of support from someone with the deep pockets of superstar Kanye West or the influence of activist and MSNBC host Al Sharpton. But when the anti-establishment movement called Occupy Wall Street...