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News Archives for Mar 1, 2013

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NY to Exempt TV, Movies Under State's New Gun Law

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ALBANY, N.Y. - New York sought to combat violence by rushing the nation's toughest gun control measure into law after the Connecticut school shootings that killed 26 people, but the state is now carving out an exemption to make sure movie and TV producers can stage running gun battles on Manhattan streets. Movie and TV productions have long been courted by New York and other states with tax breaks in exchange for the jobs and glamour of the industry. Hollywood is also a major campaign fundraising stop for New York politicians. "We spend a lot of money in the state bringing movie production here, post-production here, so obviously we woul... more

Music, Movie Industry to Warn Copyright Infringers

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WASHINGTON - Internet users who illegally share music, movies or TV shows online may soon get warning notices from their service providers that they are violating copyright law. Ignore the notices, and violators could face an Internet slow-down for 48 hours. Those who claim they're innocent can protest - for a fee. For the first time since a spate of aggressive and unpopular lawsuits almost a decade ago, the music and movie industries are going after Internet users they accuse of swapping copyrighted files online. But unlike the lawsuits from the mid-2000s - which swept up everyone from young kids to the elderly with sometimes ruinous fin... more

Movie Review: 21 & Over

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If you liked "The Hangover" but felt like it needed more projectile vomit, stampeding buffaloes and naughty sorority pledges being spanked, then "21 & Over" is the feel-good, feel-bad movie for you. The writers of that 2009 smashed smash hit, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, wrote the script here, too, and direct for the first time. Comparatively, it is simultaneously amped-up and slapped together. It is both younger and dumber but also even more equal opportunity in choosing its targets; the same people who get tooled on also rise up and enjoy a certain amount of empowerment. Sometimes this balancing act works and sometimes it doesn't. "21 & ... more

Movie Review: Jack the Giant Slayer

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A big-budget, effects-laden, 3-D retelling of the Jack and the Beanstalk legend may seem like the unlikeliest pairing yet of director Bryan Singer and writer Christopher McQuarrie, but "Jack the Giant Slayer" ends up being smart, thrilling and a whole lot of fun. Singer and McQuarrie's collaborations include, most famously, the twisty crime mystery "The Usual Suspects" (which earned McQuarrie an original-screenplay Oscar) and the Hitler assassination drama "Valkyrie," featuring an eye patch-wearing Tom Cruise. They've sort of been all over the place together over the past couple decades - why not reinterpret a classic fairy tale? This tim... more

Movie Review: Stoker

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A spider crawls up the leg of 18-year-old India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska) early in Park Chan-wook's English-language debut, "Stoker," and she regards it passively, intrigued. There's a creepy intruder in the Stokers' handsome, isolated estate, but it's India's Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode), whose existence India was unaware of until he arrived following the death of her father (Dermot Mulroney) in a mysterious car accident. Dashing, cultured and oozing melodramatic evil, he's an homage to Joseph Cotton's Uncle Charlie - a murder in a suit jacket at the dinner table - from Alfred Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt." Park, the celebrated South K... more

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