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  • Peter Bart: Getting Whiplash From Sony Spin

    MEMO TO: MICHAEL LYNTON AND AMY PASCAL FROM: PETER BART Running a major studio has always been a balancing act, but I confess that I'm getting dizzy tracking your words and actions at Sony Pictures. You inform investors that you will reduce the film...
  • 2013 a good year for films, a hard one for critics doing their 'best'

     2013 a good year for films, a hard one for critics doing their 'best'
    Every December, 50-odd members of the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. meet and vote on a collective "best" of the movie year. Arguments are made, voices occasionally raised, but mostly there's a prevailing tedium to the day as members systematically move...
  • Netflix Adds 'House of Cards' Director's Commentary for Season 1

    Netflix is now offering a DVD-style extra for original drama "House of Cards" on its Internet streaming service: scene-by-scene commentary by the directors of each episode. With the addition of "HoC" director's commentary, Netflix is hoping to...
  • No iPiphany: Steve Jobs' biopic lacks a hard drive ★★

    No iPiphany: Steve Jobs' biopic lacks a hard drive ★&#9733
    Here's what we know from "Jobs," the first and, with luck, the lamer of the two biopics (Aaron Sorkin is working on his own screenplay) about the late Apple computer guru Steve Jobs, played here by Ashton Kutcher. Genius, according to Kutcher's bland...
  • Review: 'Jobs' does not compute

    Review: 'Jobs' does not compute
    "Jobs" opens with a scene of technology entrepreneur Steve Jobs introducing the iPod in 2001. As the Apple Inc. co-founder makes his way to a small stage, he passes ads for his own company that feature images of Einstein, Gandhi and Bob Dylan. For the...
  • Movie review: 'Paranoia' has bells and whistles but glitches too

    Movie review: 'Paranoia' has bells and whistles but glitches too
    There are roles worth shaving your head for … I'm thinking Anne Hathaway's severely shorn locks in "Les MisÚrables," Ben Kingsley's meditative pate in "Gandhi," and Oscars for both. Buzzed is an easy way to say tough with real conviction —...
  • Buzz begins for possible Oscar bid for Oprah Winfrey in 'Butler'

    Buzz begins for possible Oscar bid for Oprah Winfrey in 'Butler'
    Oprah. Oscar. Oscar. Oprah. Yes, it might be a bit early to riff on David Letterman's ill-fated, Uma-Oprah 1995 Academy Awards monologue bit. Then again, with Winfrey's movie "Lee Daniels' The Butler" sitting atop the box office for a second week with a...
  • 'Fifty Shades of Grey': Dakota Johnson cast as Anastasia Steele

    'Fifty Shades of Grey': Dakota Johnson cast as Anastasia Steele
    "Fifty Shades of Grey" novelist E.L. James announced Monday morning on Twitter that Dakota Johnson had won the coveted role as college graduate Anastasia Steele in the adaptation of her bestselling erotic novel. The role of Anastasia is the biggest to...
  • Charlie Hunnam, Dakota Johnson and the 'Fifty Shades' of reactions

    Charlie Hunnam, Dakota Johnson and the 'Fifty Shades' of reactions
    When casting news for the film adaptation of E.L. James' erotic romance novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" broke over the long weekend, reactions were muddled with expressions running from "Finally!" to "Seriously?!" The announcements came Monday via James'...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Fifth Estate'

    Ripped from headlines that still feel wet (even if its subjects might feel that phrasing gives print media too much credit), "The Fifth Estate" dramatizes the fast, controversial rise of anonymous-whistleblower website WikiLeaks and its figurehead, Julian...
  • 'The Newsroom' has its critics, fans among journalists

     'The Newsroom' has its critics, fans among journalists
    When "The Newsroom" premiered on HBO in June 2012, its opening credits, in which black and white images of Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow and David Brinkley floated across the screen to soaring theme music, signaled the high-minded ambitions of its...
  • TIFF 2013: 'Fifth Estate' underwhelms critics

    TIFF 2013: 'Fifth Estate' underwhelms critics
    “The Fifth Estate” is Bill Condon’s new movie about celebrity and journalism in the Internet age, and it isn’t about Miley Cyrus' blog posts. Instead, the subjects of the director’s cameras are Julian Assange and WikiLeaks,...