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  • Film Review: 'Stoker' is ambiguous, stylish, weird

    Film Review: 'Stoker' is ambiguous, stylish, weird
    "Stoker" is utterly fascinating -- about what we'd expect from the American debut of Korean director Park Chan-wook, whose 2003 "Oldboy" was one of the most extraordinary films of the millennium so far. Even those who found the subject and gore of “...
  • Oscars by the Numbers

     
    Surprising stats from the most famous awards show of them all...
  • Warner Bros. to release Samuel Goldwyn film library on DVD

     
    Warner Bros. has signed a multi-year deal to release 73 classic films from produced by industy legend Samuel Goldwyn on DVD....
  • Mesa Musings: Last 40 years are the best

    Thursday is Veterans Day. I celebrated it early by watching one of my all-time favorite films the other night. William Wyler's 1946 classic, "The Best Years of Our Lives," which won seven Academy Awards, features an all-star cast, including Myrna Loy,...
  • Author of the play 'Tea and Sympathy'

    Playwright Robert Anderson, author of such Broadway hits as "Tea and Sympathy" and "You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running," died Monday. He was 91. His stepdaughter, Mary-Kelly Busch, said Anderson, who had Alzheimer's disease, died of...
  • Inaugural crowd: 1 million and what?

     
    by Noam N. Levey More than 1 million spectators convened on the National Mall to watch Barack Obama take the oath of office Tuesday, but it was unclear if the crowd surpassed the record thought to have been set at......
  • On the Frontiers of Medicine, June 13, 1960

     
    June 13, 1960: The gist of Bruce Russell’s cartoon seems to be that speeding is bad. Either that or driving through a huge skull is dangerous. On the jump, bone marrow injections offer hope for cancer patients, and TV viewers request a rerun of a "The...
  • Pellicano and 6 Others Are Indicted

    In a sweeping indictment that reads like an unfinished Hollywood screenplay, onetime private investigator Anthony Pellicano and six others were accused Monday of conspiring to wiretap, blackmail and intimidate dozens of celebrities and business...
  • A Glimpse at Wiretap Device Central to the Case

    In a racketeering indictment issued last week, federal prosecutors contend that Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano helped develop a device called Telesleuth, which he then used in illegal wiretaps. Telesleuth was used to convert voice recordings...