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When the comedy "Any Wednesday" opened on Broadway in 1964 Walter Kerr reviewed a then-unknown Gene Hackman and noted, memorably, the actor's "wonderfully light-footed habit of stepping off a joke before it begins to complain." Isn't that an exquisite...
24 Frames"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1": Just as the "Twilight" series of books and films split fans into two camps (Team Edward and Team Jacob, for the uninitiated) the latest film, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1" is...
Culture MonsterUSC's Annenberg journalism school and the National Endowment for the Arts' Arts Journalism Insitute will launch engine28.com journalism project to cover Theatre Communications Group confererence, RADAR L.A. festival and other L.A. theater happenings....
The Big PictureThe Wall Street Journal's headline says it all: " 'Cars 2' Is a Dollar-Driven Edsel." OMG! Pixar's amazing critical winning streak is over. And in a big way. Until now, Pixar had released 11 movies, none of which had ever......
"Jackass 3D," a touching saga about a group of middle-aged pranksters trying to recapture their distant youth, mentions in its end credits that "some" of the stunts were monitored by the American Humane Assn. The bit where the pig eats the apple out of...
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Show TrackerFilm world: Prepare to embrace the thumbs again. Roger Ebert announced Friday the return of âAt the Moviesâ to PBS stations. Produced by Ebert and his wife, the weekly half-hour film review program ârevamped as âRoger Ebert Presents...
Show TrackerReviewing 'Roger Ebert presents at the Movies'...
Comments BlogThe much-anticipated third installment of the "Twilight" franchise opened last night at midnight across the country. Unfortunately, "Eclipse" is not getting the best reviews from film critics across the country. Rotten Tomatoes is tracking critics at only...
The Hero ComplexFilm critic Michael Phillips says "Predators" is a cinematic stab in the dark. "Predators," plural, starts well and ends poorly, and in the middle it's in the middle. The original 1987 "Predator," featuring future politicians Arnold Schwarzenegger and...
Saturday, April 10 TOURNAMENTS IRVINE First Round Huntington Beach 4, Capistrano Valley 2 Sophomore Hank Conger drove in all four runs for No. 17 Huntington Beach (11-5), including a three-run homer off Jason Corder in the third inning. Steve...
Tags: Multi-Sport Events, Entertainment, Tennis, Walnuts, Chris Smith
Let’s talk about the most famous call at The Masters. It did not occur this year at the recently completed tournament, although the way Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera played golf’s version of H-O-R-S-E for the last hour certainly lent itself...
Tags: Bill Murray, Angel Cabrera, Golf, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott
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