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  • 'Sucker Punch' review: A confounding, divisive dudestravaganza

    'Sucker Punch' review: A confounding, divisive dudestravaganza
    *** (out of four) At the Lennox Home for the Mentally Insane, the patients are all surprisingly gorgeous and, in a bit of reality bending, required to perfect their own specific dance routines. While plotting her escape, Babydoll (Emily Browning)...
  • 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World'

    3 stars It's easy to make a movie in a style approximating that of a comic book or graphic novel. "Sin City" did it. "Road to Perdition" did it. "Watchmen" and "Kick-Ass" did it. As did "Ghost World." Except for that last one, the others fell short as...
  • 'Human Target: The Complete First Season'

    'Human Target: The Complete First Season'
    An earlier ABC series that starred actor-singer Rick Springfield made a run at adapting the DC Comics franchise, but since the start of its second year is imminent, this Fox version already has lasted longer. Mark Valley ( "Boston Legal") stars as...
  • 'A Nightmare on Elm Street'

    'A Nightmare on Elm Street'
    You can't keep a good movie villain down, especially if he has memorable appliances such as the knife-like fingernails of Freddy Krueger, the fiend of many unfortunate teenagers' dreams. Jackie Earle Haley ( "Watchmen") inherits the part from Robert...
  • Reel Critics: You can't lose with 'Win Win'

    Reel Critics: You can't lose with 'Win Win'
    Paul Giamatti is a gifted actor who has made a career of being the sweet schlub who always messes up spectacularly before he finds loving redemption. And he does so, wonderfully, in "Win Win." Here he plays Mike, an attorney with a sinking law...
  • Dark Shadows

    Dark Shadows
    In my opinion, Tim Burton is the worst director making money in Hollywood. And it’s not like things are going to change. He likes to remake stuff, and he puts Johnny Depp in it. This means the films make millions and millions. Why would anything...
  • Christopher Nolan says goodbye to his Gotham in final 'Dark Knight' film

    Christopher Nolan says goodbye to his Gotham in final 'Dark Knight' film
    BEDFORD, England — From a distance, Christopher Nolan's Gotham City sure doesn't look like much. The "skyline" begins to emerge over the horizon in the rolling green farmlands about 50 miles north of London, but there are no gothic spires or granite...
  • Nolan-free 'Justice League' raises questions for Warner DC films

    Nolan-free 'Justice League' raises questions for Warner DC films
    Warner Bros.¬†will need a new hero to invigorate its DC Comics brand on the big screen, now that director Christopher Nolan’s successful Batman trilogy comes to an end with next week's "The Dark Knight Rises." Home to such superheroes as Superman,...
  • 'Happythankyoumoreplease'

    'Happythankyoumoreplease'
    Familiar to fans of television's "How I Met Your Mother" as eternal romance seeker Ted, Josh Radnor is in similar circumstances not only as the star of this comedy-drama but also as its writer and director. He plays a would-be author who gets insight...
  • 'Sucker Punch'

    'Sucker Punch'
    Director Zack Snyder ("300," "Watchmen") parlays his yen for unique themes and visuals into this female-empowerment saga, a graphic-novel adaptation about a young woman (Emily Browning) sent to an asylum by her scheming stepfather. She escapes into a...
  • How Do You Avoid 'Dark Knight Rises' Spoilers?

    How Do You Avoid 'Dark Knight Rises' Spoilers?
    I’m in a bind. My friend Elliott and I bought tickets to see the much-anticipated conclusion to Chris Nolan’s Batman trilogy, “The Dark Knight Rises” on IMAX this Wednesday. Let me note that this is exactly the way I want to see...
  • What you need to know about 'Watchmen'

    What you need to know about 'Watchmen'
    Who watches the Watchmen? Soon, we will. At least, that's what Warner Bros. and DC Comics are counting on when their next comic book adaptation, "Watchmen," hits theaters in March. Many moviegoers got a sneak peek of the film before seeing " The Dark...