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  • 'The Spirit'

    'The Spirit'
    Although Christopher Nolan’s gritty reboot of the Batman franchise owes a heavy debt to Frank Miller's mid-'80s reworking of the character, his name is absent from the movies' credits. But rather than stew, Miller has simply transplanted his...
  • 'Crank' turns it up to 'silly'

    'Crank' turns it up to 'silly'
    Balanced at the point where conceptual brilliance and pure stupidity meet, "Crank: High Voltage" turns its central character into a living embodiment of the action movie dictum: Never stop moving. Improbably surviving the airborne plummet at the end of...
  • Review: 'Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li'

    Review: 'Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li'
    If you've ever wondered where Mario got his bow tie, or why Inky, Blinky and Clyde are so intent on reducing Pac-Man to pixels, then "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li" is the movie for you. For the rest, those for whom the idea of manufacturing an...
  • Review: 'Madea Goes to Jail'

    Review: 'Madea Goes to Jail'
    Tyler Perry offers something for everyone, whether it fits together or not. "Madea Goes to Jail," the latest addition to writer-director-actor Perry's ever-growing empire, is, by a conservative estimate, two movies squeezed into one. -------------------...
  • 'The Duchess' herself, Keira Knightley

    'The Duchess' herself, Keira Knightley
    As no one who has seen "The Duchess" has failed to observe, there are certain parallels between Georgiana, the Duchess of Devonshire, and Keira Knightley, the actress who plays her. The wife of the influential Duke William Cavendish, Georgiana was greeted...
  • 'Waltz With Bashir' leads down filmmaker's nightmare alley

    'Waltz With Bashir' leads down filmmaker's nightmare alley
    ARI FOLMAN'S "Waltz With Bashir," which screens tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival, straddles many boundaries: between memory and dream, history and memoir, fact and fiction. Using animation to shift fluidly between frames, the movie...
  • Dev Patel, 'Slumdog Millionaire'

    Dev Patel, 'Slumdog Millionaire'
    The London suburb of Harrow isn't exactly the slums of Mumbai. But Dev Patel's journey from ordinary suburban teenager to feature-film star is only marginally less eventful than the one undertaken by his character in "Slumdog Millionaire," a Dickensian...
  • All-Anne Arundel County: Girls Soccer

    Girls Player of the Year Erica Page, Archbishop Spalding The Maryland-bound forward closed a four-year career leading the No. 1 Cavaliers to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship. The captain finished the...
  • Review: 'Dark Streets'

    Review: 'Dark Streets'
    Set in a dystopian metropolis bathed in shades of amber and blue, Rachel Samuels' retro-noir "Dark Streets" feels like a labor of love, the kind that blinds as well as inspires. The movie, drawn from Wallace King's adaptation of Glenn Stewart's play,...
  • '$9.99' is less than the sum of its parts

    '$9.99' is less than the sum of its parts
    Like most films that crisscross among a handful of city dwellers to mull contemporary ennui, "$9.99" is less than the sum of its parts. The connective tissue of its episodes and set pieces -- some of which pack a memorable punch -- is not a compelling...
  • Review: 'Wendy and Lucy'

    Review: 'Wendy and Lucy'
    It's possible to think of Kelly Reichardt's "Wendy and Lucy" as the anti-"Slumdog Millionaire." Where Danny Boyle's flashy fantasia offers economically depressed audiences a miraculous distraction from their daily woes, akin to the MGM musicals that...
  • Documentaries that take you for a walk in their shoes

    Documentaries that take you for a walk in their shoes
    While many of this year's feature documentary Oscar contenders focus on an inattentive (or worse) government, some are notable for their intimate portrayals of an individual. Kimberley Roberts, whose home-video footage of Hurricane Katrina forms the heart...