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News Archives for 2013

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Movie Review: The Big Wedding

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The diversions in the ensemble comedy "The Big Wedding" (that title flat enough for you?) are strictly actor-related, which is usually the case at the movies. For example, the way Diane Keaton selects an asparagus spear at a country club buffet while delivering some dutiful expositional something or other. Or the rumpled panache with which Robert De Niro, playing the Keaton character's ex-husband, adapts to a different sort of role than he's used to playing: that of the unreliable horndog trying to get by on charm. The movie's own brand of charm has its subset of smarm. Part bedroom farce, part heart-tugging familial dysfunction, "The Big... more

Tarantino: Waltz Just Comes Out of My Pen

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Oscar-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino says after working with Christoph Waltz on 2009's "Inglourious Basterds," he found himself writing a role specifically for the Austrian actor in "Django Unchained." "I've been wanting to do this story for a long time and there was never a German dentist-bounty hunter in the story. The next thing I know, I sat down and wrote that opening scene, and he just flew right out of the pen, like it was the tenant of God, boom!" Tarantino told reporters in New York while promoting "Django" before its theatrical release late last year. Waltz earned matching Best Supporting Actor Oscars for his performances ... more

Movie Review: To the Wonder

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In the spirit of a Terrence Malick screenplay, certain rhetorical questions to be spoken in hushed voice-over present themselves regarding Malick's latest, "To the Wonder." Can we ever see enough sunsets as filmed by Malick and his mighty cinematographer, Emmanuel Lubezki? Is serious spiritual yearning even worth attempting to capture in a series of moving images? And will Malick ever tire of the look of tall grass in the wind, bending this way and that, much as his characters conform themselves to the dictates and gentle yet unmistakable hand of the filmmaker himself? Shot in Bartlesville, Okla., and in France, "To the Wonder" finds Mal... more

At First Glance, Hangover III is More of the Same

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LAS VEGAS - No one ever accused the "Hangover" franchise of trying too hard. For the second installment in the franchise, the gang of debauched man-children moved from Las Vegas to Thailand. This time, it's back to Vegas for another round of dazed mystery-solving. The film has been highly anticipated in Sin City, where director Todd Phillips appeared Tuesday at the annual movie-theater convention CinemaCon to plug the film. Well, "plug" might be an overstatement. While other directors strutted on stage in suits and presented extended sneak previews of their films, Phillips slid on stage with his sweater sleeves rolled up and played the... more

Motion Picture Group Will Emphasize Rating Details

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LAS VEGAS - The Motion Picture Association of America announced changes to its movie rating system Tuesday, saying it wants to help parents make informed decisions at the multiplex. The new system, rolled out as the "Check the Box" campaign, will include prominent descriptions explaining why a movie received its rating. Films that might previously have been stamped PG-13 with a sentence beneath the rating will now feature those same descriptions in large type next to the ratings code. The changes announced by MPAA CEO Christopher Dodd in Las Vegas on Tuesday come in the aftermath of explosions at the Boston Marathon and recent shooting r... more

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