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  • Review: 'Le Week-End' offers an unremittingly bleak 48 hours in Paris

    Review: 'Le Week-End' offers an unremittingly bleak 48 hours in Paris
    "Le Week-End" is a sour and misanthropic film masquerading as an honest and sensitive romance. A painful and unremittingly bleak look at a difficult marriage, it wants us to sit through a range of domestic horrors without offering much of anything as a reward.
  • Filmmakers' bumpy weekend in Paris became 'Le Week-End'

    Filmmakers' bumpy weekend in Paris became 'Le Week-End'
    Director Roger Michell and writer Hanif Kureishi were on a worldwide promotional tour for "Venus," the 2006 film that earned Peter O'Toole his last Oscar nomination, when the two collaborators' seemingly nonstop travel schedule hatched the concept for a...

    Critic's Pick: 'The Stunt Man' clever then, still clever now

    Critic's Pick: 'The Stunt Man' clever then, still clever now
    Can it really be more than 30 years since "The Stunt Man" dazzled audiences with its clever tale of what goes down when a fugitive from the law stumbles onto a movie set and into the clutches of Peter O'Toole's gleefully monomaniacal director, a filmmaker...

    Peter Gallagher has tunes and tales to share

     Peter Gallagher has tunes and tales to share
    Peter Gallagher looks forward to channeling his inner Dean Martin in his cabaret show, "How'd All You People Get in My Room?" "Dean Martin was a hero of mine," the 58-year-old actor said during a recent interview. "He made the world look like a place...

    Give 'Saving Mr. Banks' -- and movies like it -- a break

    Give 'Saving Mr. Banks' -- and movies like it -- a break
    The Italians have a phrase, si non è vero è ben trovato, which roughly translates as, "If it isn't true, it ought to be." If only the critics who decry the inaccuracies to be found in recent movies could take that attitude. Whether dealing with outer...