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McClatchy and Tribune NewspapersORLANDO, Fla. _ At some point as she was hitching up her fishnet stockings and having her lips painted bee-sting bright to play the working class tart Myrtle in "The Great Gatsby," Isla Fisher had an attack of conscience. "I was pretty tacky and man-...
Commercial AppealIn F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel "The Great Gatsby," "the eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg" are a symbol of God or fate or some other mysterious presence. "Blue and gigantic," with irises "one yard high," they watch over the characters from a billboard...
The Sacramento BeeTo say summer will bring comic-book and sci-fi films is like saying it will contain a July. It's a given -- a thrilling, pyrotechnic-filled, yet reassuring given. Just ask Damon Lindelof, a screenwriter and producer of May's highly anticipated "Star...
It's rare to catch Corona del Mar High senior Molly Rovzar off guard on the girls' lacrosse field. She is a senior midfielder and team captain for the Sea Kings. Despite missing two games this year due to illness, she leads the team in most...
Some diversions invite comparison more readily than others. Take "The Sapphires," the most chipper film ever set in Vietnam. Already, many have seen it and liked it. If you enjoyed "Strictly Ballroom" or "The Commitments," which is to say if you fell...
Tags: Australia, Entertainment, Movies, Bob Hope, Vietnam
"The Sapphires," which opens Friday, is the crowd-pleasing, based-on-actual-people story of four young Aboriginal women who team up with a male Irish manager and perform for American troops in Vietnam, so it's covering its bases internationally. The...
NEW YORK (AP) — Hollywood's latest films performed tepidly at the box-office on Oscar weekend, with Melissa McCarthy's "Identity Thief" returning to the top spot in its third week of release. The Universal comedy earned $14.1 million on the...
In my final years in the public defender's office, identity theft became a factor for many clients wrongly accused of crimes. Someone would be arrested for a crime while possessing false identification in the client's name. After making bail, the...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Jude Law, Channing Tatum, Jason Bateman
Special to The Herald-MailAfter its first act, "Identity Thief" becomes a predictable, mildly amusing road trip comedy. This is actually a really good creative decision because the film is effectively cutting its losses after realizing that it can't keep milking laughs from...
We know "Divergent" — the futuristic sci-fi flick starring Shailene Woodley ("The Descendants") and directed by Neil Burger ("Limitless") — will begin filming entirely on location in Chicago and at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios on the West...
Tags: Navy Pier, Movies, Gordon Beckham, Celebrities, Phil Vassar
Baking as an act of redemption and reinvention has cropped up rather frequently in the American cultural landscape recently — think Keri Russell as an abused wife who finds her purpose in pies in "Waitress" or Kristen Wiig's thwarted bakery owner in...
It's time to play one of our favorite yearly games at Times Community News: Can You Outguess the Features Editor? And no, that's not a rhetorical question. You probably can. Last year, incurable Oscar junkie that I am, I challenged readers to beat my...
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