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  • Sci-fi film: The apes weren't cuddly

    Sci-fi film: The apes weren't cuddly
    FORTY years ago, at the height of the race between the United States and the Soviet Union to lay claim to the cosmos, a much-anticipated science-fiction movie made its debut, and sci-fi was never the same again. Kids whose parents dragged them along to...
  • 'Wall-E'

    'Wall-E'
    IF Pixar Animation Studios has an enviable record of consistent success -- and with a worldwide box-office gross of $4.3 billion from its eight films, it certainly does -- it's because the company has an uncanny gift for pushing things further without...
  • Better Half

    It turns out she’s just a real girl. Or woman. Always has been. But the times they are a-changin’, and no matter what happens in November, she won’t be the same—-or maybe she will. Michelle Obama, 44, still has the same friends she has had all her life,...
  • Commit to Quality Time

    Commit to Quality Time
    Why not make it a priority in 2010 to spend more quality time as a family. Sure, the current economy might be challenging, but there are many easy, fun and affordable ways to spend quality time together. Make it Happen You don't need gather a focus...
  • 'Wall-E' (Three-Disc Special Edition)

    'Wall-E' (Three-Disc Special Edition)
    "Wall-E" is art. Not only is the story compelling -- and amazingly emotional, considering its stars are mechanical -- but several sequences are outright beautiful. (Witness Wall-E's trip through space on the back of a recon rocket.) It's easily the best...
  • 'Missing Lynx' key to expanding animated feature Oscar race

     
    Several weeks ago, Gold Derby reported that it looked like there would be 16 films in the animated feature race. As per academy rules, reaching that magic number would allow for five nominees rather than the usual three. And with the race so crowded...
  • Can sly 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' sneak into the Oscars' hen house?

     
    Now that it seems like there will be 16 or more entries in the Oscar race for best animated feature, there probably will be five nominees for only the second time since the category was created in 2001. "Up" leads the way to win, of course, but another...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 411 on 'Nine' | Two perspectives on 'Avatar' | Four toons top 50 Oscars snubs

     
    • Tony-winning composer Maury Yeston talked in great detail to Harry Haun about the journey of "Nine" from screen (as "8 1/2") to stage and back to screen. "There are only two ways to approach Broadway shows becoming movies," Yeston says. "One of them...
  • Golden Globes expand animation race to five nominees

     
    The Golden Globe for best animated feature is so new that it's only been bestowed three times ("Wall-E," "Ratatouille," "Cars"). Each time there were only three nominees, just like at the Oscars during the last three derbies. But now that it looks like...
  • 'Avatar' star Sigourney Weaver as queen of sci-fi: 'Outer space has been good to me' [UPDATED]

     
    "AVATAR" COUNTDOWN: 10 DAYS You may have heard about a little film called "Avatar" that opens Dec. 18. We're counting down the days here at Hero Complex and today we bring you a conversation with Sigourney Weaver, arguably the greatest......
  • Uh-oh! Have the L.A. critics blasted 'The Hurt Locker's' hope of winning best picture at the Oscars?

     
    There weren't many surprises among the awards proclaimed today by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Most pundits assumed that members would vote either for "The Hurt Locker" or "Up in the Air" as best picture. LAFCA ended up picking "The Hurt Locker,"...
  • Are the Golden Globes really such a good crystal ball for the Oscars?

     
    We all know that barely anyone pays attention to critics awards anymore, so its hardly a big deal -- in terms of the Oscar race -- that a host of critics groups named "The Hurt Locker" as their best picture......