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  • James Garner: TCM salute set for July 28

    James Garner: TCM salute set for July 28
    The late, great James Garner, one of America's best-loved actors, will be saluted by Turner Classic Movies with a 24-hour marathon of his films next week. Garner died Saturday at the age of 86. The tribute starts at 6 a.m. July 28. The festival will...
  • 'Not to Be Missed': Kenneth Turan on selecting his 54 favorite films

    'Not to Be Missed': Kenneth Turan on selecting his 54 favorite films
    Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan has been a movie fan since his days as a kid in Brooklyn, when he had to sneak into the theater to avoid the wrath of his father. In his new book, "Not to Be Missed: Fifty-four Favorites From a Lifetime of Film,...
  • 9/11 Memorial Museum works through nation's pain to honor victims

    9/11 Memorial Museum works through nation's pain to honor victims
    "Listen, I'm on an airplane that's been hijacked." The voice is calm, as if from a man running late for dinner, not from someone about to die. The man speaking, Brian D. Sweeney, is gone, but his last message to his wife can be heard by picking up a...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'The Dark Valley'

    Genre helmer Andreas Prochaska ("Dead in 3 Days") set out to make a hybrid oater-Heimat film, which is exactly what he delivers with "The Dark Valley." But did he mean for it to be so unspeakably leaden and humorless? This tale of a taciturn stranger...
  • Shirley Temple Black dies: Growing up with Shirley

    Shirley Temple Black dies: Growing up with Shirley
    News of Shirley Temple Black's death Monday night brought back wonderful memories for me, of my childhood and my early love of Hollywood. Shirley Temple was one of my early obsessions. From the age of 5, I would watch and watch her movies from "Bright...
  • Elmore Leonard dies at 87; master of the hard-boiled crime novel

    Elmore Leonard populated his novels with con men, hustlers and killers, with names like Chili, Stick and Ordell. He plunged readers into a sea of urban sleaze, spiking his tales with mordant humor and moral ambivalence. In stories often set in Detroit...
  • Venice Film Review: 'Unforgiven'

    Adapting Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" to 19th-century Japan proves remarkably apt in Lee Sang-il's version of David Webb Peoples' celebrated script, though the original's undercurrent of wrenching emotion here becomes more of a surface trickle....
  • TCM Summer Under the Stars 2013 lineup

     
    TCM Summer Under the Stars 2013 lineup: TCM’s annual Summer Under the Stars 24-hour marathons devoted to 31 of the most famous faces in film history. TCM’s annual Summer Under the Stars returns this month with 24-hour marathons devoted to 31...
  • Novelist Leonard mastered the art of crime

    Novelist Leonard mastered the art of crime
    Elmore Leonard's con men, hustlers and killers never thought much of rules, but the master craftsman lived by one he held dear: If it sounds like writing, rewrite it. “If proper usage gets in the way, it may have to go,” Leonard wrote in...
  • Elmore Leonard's early film and TV work dominated by westerns

    Elmore Leonard's early film and TV work dominated by westerns
    Hollywood began to take interest in Elmore Leonard, who died Tuesday, nearly 60 years ago. But back then he wasn't writing the crime novels he became famous for; he focused on western short stories and novels. Here's a look at some of his earliest...
  • Elmore Leonard's love-hate relationship with Hollywood

    Elmore Leonard's love-hate relationship with Hollywood
    Hollywood always loved Elmore Leonard. The prolific novelist-screenwriter, who died Tuesday at age 87, didn't always return the affection. Over the course of Leonard's six-decade do-si-do with the entertainment industry, his plain-spoken prose...
  • Classic Hollywood: Western film pioneers have silent-era roots

    Classic Hollywood: Western film pioneers have silent-era roots
    In a world that's constantly changing, it's good to know that some things basically stay the same — for example, the movie western. It's a genre that hasn't changed much in the last century of cinematic history: There are good guys and there are bad...