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  • Caught in the Web: Plenty to digest in Lakers' 101-96 Game 3 loss to Oklahoma City

     
    Game stories --The Times' Mike Bresnahan notes Kobe Bryant's poor fourth-quarter performance in the Lakers' 101-96 Game 3 loss to Oklahoma City. But Lakers Coach Phil Jackson didn't blame the loss on Bryant. --The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding notes...
  • Spectacular 'Avatar' performance driven more and more by 3-D

     
    "Avatar" has become a must-see in 3-D. Ticket sales for the James Cameron-directed blockbuster declined only 29% in the U.S .and Canada this weekend, according to studio estimates, a fantastically small figure given that last weekend included a holiday....
  • 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' a fantastic second childhood

     
    What's the deal with hip young filmmakers and kids' books? Not even a month after Spike Jonze's 'Where the Wild Things Are,' we get 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' from Wes Anderson ('Rushmore,' 'The Darjeeling Limited'). Both these guys just turned 40. Is this the...
  • People's Leah Rozen: Another film critic bites the dust

     
    Every time I look around, another film critic is disappearing from view. This time it's Leah Rozen, who's been reviewing movies full time at People magazine since 1997. Her final reviews run next week. Rozen's departure was voluntary: She's taking......
  • While you shop, Congress talks: Healthcare comments here from Boehner, Obama, Steele, others

     
    Video, presidential text, joy to outrage as winter cold grips global warming talk. Happy Holidays....
  • Nick Cassavetes sues New Line: What's the real backstory?

     
    Sometimes you have to wonder if Variety is in the business of reporting the news or just reporting as little of the news as possible. That would be my take-away from the trade paper's coverage of a nasty little lawsuit......
  • Movie Projector: 'Wild Things' makes for woolly weekend

     
    With one of the most unusual big-budget movies of the year opening and independent phenom 'Paranormal Activity' more than quadrupling its theater count, this weekend's box office is shaping up to be one of the most difficult to predict of......
  • Fate of 'Wild Things' fuzzy as 'Paranormal' and 'Law Abiding Citizen' shine

     
    Audiences came out to the movies in droves this weekend, sending ticket sales up 41% from last year, but the future of the No. 1 movie is still unclear. 'Where the Wild Things Are' sold a healthy $32.5 million worth......
  • First look: 'Wild Things' starts well, doesn't play like family film

     
    'Where the Wild Things Are' opened to a solid if not exceptional $32.5 million in the U.S. and Canada, but played very much like an adult-themed movie despite its origins in children's literature. The adaptation of Maurice Sendak's book saw......
  • Review: 'Coraline'

    Review: 'Coraline'
    The third dimension comes of age with "Coraline." The first contemporary film in which the 3-D experience feels intrinsic to the story instead of a Godforsaken gimmick, "Coraline" is a remarkable feat of imagination, a magical tale with a genuinely...
  • 'Star Wars' just kid stuff?

    'Star Wars' just kid stuff?
    I read in the paper last week that tween boys, or young males ages 9 to14, account for $50 billion in spending a year. That's a lot of moolah, but I'm not surprised. I have a 9-year-old budding tween and a 5-year-old boy who desperately wishes he were...