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  • Paul Mazursky dies: 5 of the writer-director's most memorable movies

    Paul Mazursky dies: 5 of the writer-director's most memorable movies
    Filmmaker Paul Mazursky, who died Monday at age 84, may not have been as well known as some of his contemporaries — Woody Allen, Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese — but over the course of his career, the five-time Oscar nominee left his mark on cinema as a writer and director of intelligent, quirky, often hilarious movies about the complexities of male-female relationships. For the film generation coming up in the '70s and '80s, his movies were filled with iconic moments that informed the pop culture of the time.
  • Paul Mazursky made incisive, edgy comedies without a mean streak

    Paul Mazursky made incisive, edgy comedies without a mean streak
    It's hard not to take the death of Paul Mazursky personally. When Jill Clayburgh's character was unceremoniously uncoupled in Paul Mazursky's "An Unmarried Woman" in 1978, a generation of American women were right there with her, rocked by the realities...

    Kevin Spacey? Stanley Tucci? Jonathan Banks? All Roads Lead to 'Wiseguy'

    Reading about Kevin Spacey returning in "House of Cards," watching Jonathan Banks breaking bones on "Breaking Bad" and Steven Bauer in "Ray Donovan," and seeing Stanley Tucci stealing scenes in the "Hunger Games" sequel, lately it feels like all roads...

    Directors have enjoyed setting movies at the Cannes Film Festival

    Directors have enjoyed setting movies at the Cannes Film Festival
    Not many of us will ever get to the fabulous Cannes Film Festival currently taking place in the glamorous French resort town. But there is a way to enjoy the Cannes experience vicariously via the films that have used the international festival as a...

    Thanksgiving Day Fare on TV: 'Twilight Zone,' parades, football

     
    Television is offering a feast of holiday programming, including KTLA's annual "Twilight Zone" marathon, Thanksgiving day parades, plenty of holiday cooking advice and a triple helping of NFL football. “Top Chef” 6 a.m., Bravo: Guess Who Is...