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The Swampby Mark Silva Sure, President Barack Obama made the list. But so did Michelle Obama. And Bernie Madoff, the billionaire king of Ponzi. Rush Limbaugh, too, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and... "the founders of Twitter.'' Sarah Palin's on the list.......
*** (out of four) Before learning about the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., I already was disturbed by a scene of “Jack Reacher” in which a sniper sets up five seemingly random people in his sights before killing them. The world only grows more...
Considered outside the context of the bloody December so far, "Jack Reacher" does its work sleekly and well. Writer-director Christopher McQuarrie filmed the adaptation of the Lee Child book "One Shot" (one of many Reacher adventures) in Pittsburgh,...
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In "Cave of Forgotten Dreams," director Werner Herzog explored the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc caverns of southern France, using a 3-D camera. The movie was quiet but magnificent. Now another director, Wim Wenders, has turned a 3-D camera on a similarly exotic and...
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It can't have been easy. Art supplies were not exactly thick on the ground in those days — we're talking 32,000 years ago, give or take — and there were lots of other things to worry about, such as finding food, water and shelter. Not...
This is the last of these columns for this year's season of endless kudos. In the spirit of a Hollywood awards show, I'd like to start by thanking my agent, except I don't have one. So instead, I'll tie up some loose ends and offer a handful of random...
Call it the OPEC of Oscars. Thanks to a tiny cartel-like group within the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the best-reviewed feature documentary of the year has already been eliminated as an Oscar contender in that category. The movie is...
The bad news for the Oscars coming off last Monday's Golden Globes is that efforts to cure Hollywood's deadly 310 Syndrome have utterly failed. Syndrome, as in what happens when someone gets an award, then hogs the podium thanking an endless string of...
All you need to know about how hard it will be to get people to watch the Oscars is that a nominated documentary about penguins has been watched by more moviegoers than any of the five best picture contenders. Or that four out of five people —...
Channel Guide MagazineWhen Werner Herzog’s Into the Abyss debuted at various film festivals from Telluride to Toronto in September 2011, rave reviews and incredible buzz followed in the wake of those premieres. No real surprise there — I don’t think I’...
World NowThe mysterious "boy" who wandered into town from a German forest nine months ago claiming to have been living in the woods for five years turns out to be a 20-year-old Dutchman, police said Friday. A Dutch television viewer and a former roommate...
24 Frames"The Descendants" was named best picture of the year Sunday by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Awards, but the group also showered praise on Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life." They named Malick best director, and his film runner-up for best picture....
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