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Tribune critic"Coraline" may not be for all tastes and it's certainly not for all kids, given its macabre premise. But writer-director Henry Selick's animated feature advances the stop-motion animation genre through that most heartening of attributes: quality. It pulls...
Tribune staff reporter2½ stars (out of four) Jason Statham returns as Superman with a driver's license in "The Transporter 2," a rare sequel that's better than its original. If only this spoke better of the original. For the uninitiated, Statham plays Frank Martin, a...
Zap2It.comAnchor Bay has taken an interesting approach to releasing Showtime's "Masters of Horror" anthology series. Rather than merely bundling the 13 hour-long movies into a three- or four-disc set, the company has opted to release the films as individual DVDs or...
Tags: Genres, Norman Reedus, P.J. Soles, Sam Neill, Entertainment
The 60th annual Primetime Emmy Awards are still a month away, but four winners were announced today in what the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences calls juried categories, for which there are no nominations, simply recognition of excellence. Keith...
Orlando SentinelIn "Delta Farce," Larry the Cable Guy and company spend 89 minutes mocking the Army, U.S. policy in Iraq and Mexicans. But for the closing credits, they dedicate the movie to the "real heroes" in the U.S. armed forces. Yeah. "Jus' kiddin', y'all." The...
Tags: Defense, Carlos Santana, U.S. Army, Entertainment, Mexico
Orlando SentinelIn Delta Farce, Larry the Cable Guy and company spend 89 minutes mocking the Army, U.S. policy in Iraq and Mexicans. But for the closing credits, they dedicate the movie to the "real heroes" in the U.S. Armed Forces. Talk about your "Jus' kiddin', y'all....
Tags: Defense, Carlos Santana, U.S. Army, Roger Moore, Entertainment
Times Staff Writer"Today is the day" is a refrain repeated throughout the troublesome corrupt-cop drama "Dirty," a fictional response to the LAPD's Rampart scandal. It's the day that undercover officers Armando Sancho (Clifton Collins Jr.) and Salim Adel (Cuba Gooding Jr.)...
Zap2It.comChris Fisher's "Dirty" offers the not-so-surprising revelation that in Los Angeles, the cops are sometimes every bit as wicked as the criminals they're trying to stop. As if that isn't shocking enough, "Dirty" has the audacity to suggest that in certain...
Tribune movie criticWriter-director Paul Haggis' "Crash" starts like a tinderbox suddenly aflame, when two deceptively collegiate-looking African-American guys (Larenz Tate and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges), ambling through an upper-middle-class L.A. neighborhood and joking...
Big question: As high school kids come of age in the South, can this flick capture contemporary Atlanta and still be accessible for anyone who thinks ATL is just an airport? Catch it: "ATL" never suggests that it feels good to be a gangster, nor is it...
Tribune staff reporter2½ stars (out of four) If "Roll Bounce" and "Boyz n the Hood" fell in love and had a PG-13 baby, it would be "ATL." Directed by music video veteran Chris Robinson and set in modern-day South Atlanta, "ATL" covers all its bases: For nostalgia, there's...
Tags: Jason Weaver, Will Smith, Dancing, Mykelti Williamson, Evan Ross
Jack (Paul Rudd) is upset because his frigid wife, Priscilla, (Parker Posey) can't achieve orgasm with him. The situation worsens when a vibrator shows her what she's been missing. With Danny DeVito and Mischa Barton. Big question: Can Posey and Rudd...
Tags: Physiology, Parker Posey, Paul Rudd, Health, Danny DeVito
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