Center Stage's 'Pride and Prejudice' and a hint of hip-hop
An adaptation of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" by Christopher Baker will get its world premiere at Baltimore's Center Stage.
FLICC hosts screening of "The Railway Man"
Jonathan Teplitzky makes a decidedly 21st-century World War II movie
Napoleon Dynamite's director takes on Jane Austen
What FDR was really up to during his presidency-or not
The anal aperture and American culture
The director of Let the Right One In does John le Carré's spy classic right
Nov. 16: Oh, joy! Holiday movies
Baltimore-bred director Hilton Carter shares his new film picks
From 'Moneyball' to 'Dragon Tattoo' -- 5 top prospects for fall and winter
Alexander McQueen's 'Savage Beauty' exhibit opens in NYC
Politicians rising to the challenge -- in other states
Oscar 'King's' and Queens: Recapping the laborious show
At the Oscars: Why Colin Firth didn't dance onstage
At the Oscars: Silly questions
Oscars 2011 -- Happening. Finally. Now.
Oscars: Why Jesse Eisenberg really should be the Academy's best actor
City Paper's own condescending movie awards, the Alties™
BAFTA prizes 'King's Speech' above all, but honors 'Social Network,' too
Firth on Bravo's 'Inside Actors Studio' Monday
Cameron Diaz, Colin Firth in Coen Bros.' version of 'Gambit'
Social Networks rock world, but the King rules Hollywood
Oscar nominations -- books rule!
Oscar nominations: Adams vs. Leo -- and Steinfeld, Carter, and Weaver
10 Oscar nominations I'd like to see
See (or re-see) 'The King's Speech' at the Senator
The Golden Globes: the problem isn't just Ricky Gervais
Colin Firth, movie star
Pertinent movie talk on 'Daily Show': 'Huck Finn,' 'King's Speech'
National Society of Film Critics winners -- and mine
'King's Speech' screenwriter: "It's not just about stuttering!"
Mark Wahlberg is the one who makes 'Fighter' click
The bad gal in great 'King's Speech' is a Baltimorean
A movie recession? Ticket sales plummeted in November
James Franco hosts Oscars, but will he win one?
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Firth can't resuscitate 'Father'
ABBA gets in the brain
Musical film 'Mamma Mia!' is a winner that takes it all
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