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  • California Sounds: Miguel, Anna St. Louis and Lee Hazlewood

    California Sounds: Miguel, Anna St. Louis and Lee Hazlewood

    Miguel, “Told You So” (RCA). On this teaser from the San Pedro native’s forthcoming fourth album, “War and Leisure,” the rock ‘n’ soul artist born Miguel Jontel Pimentel rides a squiggly beat that recalls a Chicago acid-house track at half-speed. The song features a chorus so catchy it’s a wonder...

  • IMDb file: Mandy Patinkin talks 'Wonder,' Inigo Montoya and his first film role

    IMDb file: Mandy Patinkin talks 'Wonder,' Inigo Montoya and his first film role

    Mandy Patinkin will never escape the 1987 film “The Princess Bride” — nor would he ever want to. The 64-year-old actor has been embraced by fans all over the world for his fast-talking, sword-wielding performance as Inigo Montoya. The versatile actor and singer, who has shined in movies, TV and...

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  • Uninspired parallel lives drama 'Destined' falls on clichés

    Uninspired parallel lives drama 'Destined' falls on clichés

    The tortured melodrama “Destined” has a peculiar way with the road-not-traveled scenario that “Sliding Doors” deployed to similarly underwhelming effect. A Detroit projects kid’s brief mix-up with drug dealers jumps forward and splits into two parallel narratives, one in which a grown Rasheed (Cory...

  • Noël Wells proves you can go home again in her insightful comedy 'Mr. Roosevelt'

    Noël Wells proves you can go home again in her insightful comedy 'Mr. Roosevelt'

    On its surface, “Mr. Roosevelt” could simply appear to be a well-made freshman film from an actor-comedian, one of many indie comedies about returning home. However, writer, director and star Noël Wells doesn’t just focus on her laugh-out-loud funny performance or insightful script: she displays...

  • Sharon Jones is not to be messed with on her final album, 'Soul of a Woman'

    Sharon Jones is not to be messed with on her final album, 'Soul of a Woman'

    Sharon Jones struggled as a singer for too long to let anything interfere with her success when it finally arrived. That’s the impression you get from “Soul of a Woman,” the final album this tough, leather-lunged R&B belter made before she died in 2016 of pancreatic cancer. Due Friday, nearly a...

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