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Taken from Don Winslow's novel, the Oliver Stone fulminator"Savages" proves that marijuana cultivation, sales and distribution are the right way to live large and menage a trois it through endless summer days and nights with your bromantic best pal and...
Liz Smith"PLEASE ALLOW them their privacy to work this out!" So goes the utterly pointless and ludicrous request by whoever is the press agent when famous people fall out, suffer tragedies or experience difficult times. This has about as much effect on tabloid...
Special to The Herald-MailHere's how excited I was to see "Savages": My favorite pizza place is located next to a subway entrance. Above the entrance is a prominently-displayed ad for "Savages." One night while I was picking up some garlic knots, I pointed to the sign just...
Fox 5 San Diego staffThis movie is all over the map (literally and figuratively). It was fun hearing all the San Diego locations mentioned and in that regard, I thought of the other movie like this I didn’t care for – Traffic. That film also dealt with a woman...
OPENING FRIDAYIce Age: Continental Drift You have to say this for the fourth film in this animated franchise: At least it's not afraid of being wedged between "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Dark Knight Rises" on the summer release schedule....
I was going to review of Woody Allen's "To Rome with Love," but why waste your time? Except for the scenery, it's a major disappointment. Oliver Stone's pulpy, ferocious thriller"Savages" makes greed good and exciting. Set in Laguna Beach, two best...
The movie poster and full trailer for the Laguna Beach-set movie "Savages" was released this week. The trailer premiered exclusively on MTV.com on Thursday. "Savages," directed by Oliver Stone, is based off the Don Winslow novel of the same name. The...
Fox 5 San Diego staffI tried thinking of clever puns like “Close, but no cigar.” The problem with that one is the movie wasn’t even close. It was so far from close to being remotely interesting. At the screening I attended with 20 other critics, I had...
RedEye movie critic*1/2 (out of four) In 19th century Ireland, when people apparently can’t tell the difference between a man and a woman, Albert Nobbs (co-writer Glenn Close) works as a waiter in an upscale hotel where no one knows that he’s actually a woman....
"Such a kind little man," coos the bustling owner of a quaint 19th-century Dublin hotel, regarding her most sphinxlike waiter, the servant played by Glenn Close. This is Albert Nobbs, and he is actually a she. For reasons we learn gradually, emotional...
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