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  • Review: 'Peeples' a refreshing and warm romantic comedy

     Review: 'Peeples' a refreshing and warm romantic comedy
    Tyler Perry is credited as a producer on "Peeples," but don't let that scare you away. Written and directed by Tina Gordon Chism, "Peeples" is witty, charming and light, standing apart from the heavy-handed moralizing of so many of Perry's own movies.
  • 'Ted's' bong toke: Is the MPAA softening its drug policy?

    As we all know from the recent controversy over the initial R rating for the documentary “Bully,” the Motion Picture Assn. of America finds bad language very scary. It is almost entirely unperturbed by extreme violence, which is why so many...

    The 'Bridesmaids' Effect: Isn't it time a woman got to direct a raunchy comedy?

    In corporate America, it's no longer a surprise to see a woman running a giant company like EBay or Hewlett-Packard. But in Hollywood, where actresses have far shorter careers than actors do, and it's accepted practice to pay male stars...

    'What Women Want' translates easily now

    'What Women Want' translates easily now
    Filled with Frank Sinatra music, Chicago architecture and references to U.S. brands like Nike, the 2000 film "What Women Want" about a chauvinist ad exec who gains the ability to hear women's thoughts is a "a very American movie," director Nancy Meyers...

    Movie review: Chinese remake of 'What Women Want'

    Movie review: Chinese remake of 'What Women Want'
    For those curious about what it's like to watch a Chinese-language remake of "What Women Want," it's mostly like watching the 2000 Nancy Meyers film "What Women Want." In Chinese. Just different enough, it has neither the obsessional pull of Gus Van Sant'...