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email@example.comAdam Johnson and Charlie Cox are bringing the future to Danville — in running style. The two are spearheading Danville’s first-ever themed night-run, “TRUN.”TRUN is inspired by the movie “TRON” and will be held in...
Contributing WritersEditor’s note: The 83rd Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awards presentation will begin at 8 p.m. EDT Sunday. The hosts are Anne Hathaway and James Franco. Advocate Film Critic Bruce Caudill and Contributing Writer Charlie Cox are...
"There Be Dragons," most of which is set during the Spanish Civil War of the late 1930s, is supposed to be about the intersecting lives of a saint and a sinner. But it is a third man, a revolutionary, who nearly steals the show. Which might have been...
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email@example.comThe 2011 Lawn Chair Film Festival will be the final stop of “Day in Danville” events scheduled for Friday. Festival originator Charlie Cox, marketing and communications coordinator for the Danville/Boyle County Economic Development...
Events for this column must be submitted to the Advocate by noon Tuesday to be in the Thursday newspaper. Call (859) 236-2551, ext. 135, with complete information, including hours and admission price- or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. VISUAL ART “...
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The organizers of the Danville Lawn Chair Film Festival made good on their promise to bring a bigger and better festival. The festival, held Friday at Constitution Square State Historic Site, drew a crowd of more than 250 people and the 17 top films...
Contributing Writer“Is ‘Scream’ relevant today?” As a fan, this question loomed into my mind as the film entered production. It has been more than a decade since the release of “Scream 3,” and what a busy decade it’s been for...
Tribune movie critic3½ stars (out of four) In "Casanova," director Lasse Hallstrom turns his genial eye on one of history's most famous seducers, Giovanni Giacomo Casanova, the legendary woman-chasing diplomat, soldier, spy and author whose very name has become synonymous...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Heath Ledger, Comedy (genre), Lena Olin
Times Staff WriterMichael Radford's splendid film of "The Merchant of Venice" is so somber — and rightly so — for so much of the time that it's hard to remember it is one of Shakespeare's comedies, indeed regarded as one of his greatest. Radford, best known for...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Michael Hammer, Comedy (genre), Al Pacino
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER2 1/2 stars (out of 4) Thrillers are tough to carry off, as evidenced by the boatloads of laughably bad specimens that roll into theaters each year. But Matthew Parkhill, in "Dot the i," his directorial debut, has wrestled the genre into, if not...
Tags: England, Movies, Entertainment, Jon Harris, Gael Garcia Bernal
Times Staff WriterA wickedly funny satire about a lonely slob from Queens, the Burmese bride he orders from a catalog and the documentary filmmaker who chronicles the debacle before luring her away, "Mail Order Wife" sends up everyone in its circuitous path — self-...
Tags: England, Entertainment, Movies, Cinema Industry, Stanley Tucci
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