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  • Movie review: 'Wish You Were Here' an intriguing vacation-gone-wrong thriller

    Movie review: 'Wish You Were Here' an intriguing vacation-gone-wrong thriller
    The Aussie import "Wish You Were Here" offers a distinctive, highly effective take on the vacation-from-hell thriller. First-time director Kieran Darcy-Smith, working from a powerful script he wrote with wife — and the film's co-star —...
  • New releases: In 'Warm Bodies,' zombie has a sensitive side

     New releases: In 'Warm Bodies,' zombie has a sensitive side
    Warm Bodies Summit, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.99 Available on VOD beginning Tuesday For those with the stomach and patience for yet another zombie saga, writer-director Jonathan Levine's adaptation of Isaac Marion's novel offers a different take on the...
  • 'Warm Bodies': Zombie love runs hot and cold ★★ 1/2

    'Warm Bodies': Zombie love runs hot and cold ★★ 1/2
    The tween-minded zombie romance "Warm Bodies" pulls a comic-romantic twist on a genre better known for its entrails. It is narrated by the undead fellow known as R, played by Nicholas Hoult, soon to be slaying giants in "Jack the Giant Slayer." The...
  • Ticket sales to slow as Americans stay home for Super Bowl

    Ticket sales to slow as Americans stay home for Super Bowl
    Cold-blooded linebackers will knock down “Warm Bodies” at the box office this weekend, as the Super Bowl is expected to be a much bigger draw than the new zombie movie. Super Bowl weekend is traditionally one of the slowest of the year at the...
  • Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer find zombie love in 'Warm Bodies'

    Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer find zombie love in 'Warm Bodies'
    The zombies inĀ "Warm Bodies" lurch, groan and eat human flesh like any others, but horror fans will notice something different about them. "They're romantic," 26-year-old Aussie Teresa Palmer says. "They have feelings and they have personalities. And...
  • 'Warm Bodies'

    One couple - a zombie and a human, played by Nicholas Hoult ("Jack the Giant Slayer") and Teresa Palmer - could be the key to restoring the world from a rampage of the undead in this satire of a genre, played unusually straight for something of its...
  • Reel Critics: 'Bullet to the Head' fires blanks

    Walter Hill is no stranger to sophisticated action-adventure movies. He has directing, screenwriting or producer credits on "Alien," "48 Hrs." and "Last Man Standing." But you can't expect he would have any subtle variations on the action theme with a...
  • Dianna Agron, Alex Pettyfer premiere 'I Am Number Four'

     
    Dianna Agron and Alex Pettyfer attended the "I Am Number Four" movie premiere in Westwood. The "I Am Number Four" movie opens Feb. 18....
  • Movie Review: I Am Number 4

     
    They're young, they're darned attractive, and their hands glow an eerie neon blue when they're in trouble. And they're in trouble a lot, because they're being hunted. They have superhuman strength, great hair and lips and wardrobes to die for. And in &#...
  • Movie Projector: 'I Am Number Four' to be No. 1 at holiday weekend box office [Updated]

     
    On what is traditionally the biggest moviegoing weekend of the New Year, Hollywood may still be playing in a minor key. With most people off work or school Monday, Presidents Day weekend is usually prosperous for the film studios. This......
  • Movie Review: Take Me Home Tonight

     
    “Take Me Home Tonight” is a ten-years-too-late comedy. It's '80s nostalgia vamped up by people who were too young to have lived through the actual '80s, but entirely too old to be playing college kids nostalgic for their '80s high school glory...
  • Young Hollywood celebrates City Year

     
    Young Hollywood streamed nonstop into Sony Studios in Culver City on Saturday to celebrate the first annual "Spring Break: Destination Education," raising $1 million for City Year, which places recent graduates into L.A. schools for a year to help...