• ‘American Sniper’ — ‘Three Kinds of People’

    The movie's Blu-ray and DVD are in stores this week. We've got a review of the extras and another video clip from the film.
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    The filmmaker's next movie title combines the names of the Midwestern city and the country of Iraq.
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  • ‘Above & Beyond’: The Birth of Israel’s Air Force

    A fascinating new documentary tells the story of U.S. WWII vets who broke the law to help a new nation defend its borders.
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News Archives for Apr 23, 2012

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Movie Review: Marley

Rasta stoner who hit it lucky with some God-given talent? Nope. Bob Marley was a courageous, hard-working and intense (although far from perfect) character, as we learn from the documentary "Marley." That fierce determination he would exhibit as a young man owed a lot to his struggle as an impoverished, biracial kid in a Jamaican mountain village. "[He was] worse than teased. Teased is not the word. You'd call it rejected," onetime bandmate Bunny Wailer says of the prejudice Marley faced over the lighter color of his skin. His uncles would make him do the work of a man when he was a small boy just to earn his meal. Desi Smith, an old f... more

Officer Appears in Celebrity 'Bling Ring' Movie

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles police officer who solved the so-called "Bling Ring" celebrity break-ins case is playing himself in a movie about the investigation. Filmmaker Sofia Coppola hired veteran LAPD Officer Brett Goodkin as a technical adviser on "The Bling Ring," which is based on a band of young people charged with stealing $3 million worth of goods from the homes of Orlando Bloom, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and others. The Los Angeles Times says Goodkin also plays himself in the movie. A recently filmed scene shows him slapping handcuffs on a suspect played by Emma Watson. But trials are still pending for three defendants in ... more

Turks Question Bond Filming in Bazaar

Merchants at Turkey's Grand Bazaar in Istanbul say they have mixed feelings after the shooting of several scenes at the site for an upcoming James Bond movie. Although the "Skyfall" production company paid shop owners and street traders an amount equivalent to their normal daily earnings during the shooting days, some merchants criticized the decision to allow the production to be filmed at the historic location, Today's Zaman reported Sunday. Some shopkeepers said they were concerned about possible damage and were also hesitant about how Turkey would be portrayed in the movie. "I did not want my store to be part of the movie because I ... more

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