• Binoche Explores Risks, Passion of War Photography

    Juliette Binoche plays a photojournalist and mother whose personal risks wreak havoc on her family in "1,000 Times Good Night."
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  • Movie Review: ‘Kill the Messenger’

    The film follows investigative reporter Gary Webb, who linked the 1980s crack trade in the United States to the CIA-backed contra rebels in Nicaragua.
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  • Q&A: Laura Poitras on Capturing History in a Hotel Room

    The documentary "Citizenfour" captures former NSA contractor Edward Snowden as he leaks documents to journalist Glenn Greenwald.
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  • Share Your 'Unbroken' Story

    The upcoming movie about WWII veteran Louis Zamperini wants to recognize other people who've shown character in difficult times.
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News Archives for 2013

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Movie Review: 'Lovelace'

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LOS ANGELES - The lurid celebrity and sordid aftermath of the brief career of the world's first porn star is vividly, if not explicitly, etched in "Lovelace." Given all the ways a project like this could have gone wrong, the result is surprisingly good on several fronts, beginning with a shrewd structure that fosters an intelligent dual perspective on the public and private aspects of the "Deep Throat" phenomenon. Leaving behind the overly academic approach they brought to an earlier cultural and censorship landmark in "Howl" three years ago, directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman have made a real movie here. Linda Lovelace was the no... more

Movie Review: 'Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters'

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"Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters" -- just like the 2010 release "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief" -- continues to fill in that action-film void between little kids and savvy teens. It's a segment of the moviegoing public that often must settle for lackluster offerings like the "Wimpy Kid" series. To entertain that target group, this offering is a balanced blend of the kind of action that's found in "The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" series and a touch of the teen angst that has made the "Twilight" series so popular. That combination makes the film, based on the book by Rick Riordan, a fun, escapist summer movie. Not eve... more

Statuette From 'Maltese Falcon' to Sell in NYC

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NEW YORK - A statuette featured in the 1941 movie "The Maltese Falcon" is being offered for sale at a New York City auction. Bonhams says the black figurine is the highlight of a Nov. 25 auction. It did not provide a pre-sale estimate. The statuette was central to the classic John Huston film, which starred Humphrey Bogart as a private eye. Bonhams says it's etched with a Warner Bros. inventory number and is the only version known to have appeared in the movie. The auction house says it's the first time the statuette has come to auction. The current owner has had the statuette for decades. The figurine has been featured at the Pompidou... more

Bruce Willis Wanted $1M a Day for 'Expendables 3'

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Bruce Willis walked away from "The Expendables 3" because he wanted to be paid $1 million a day for four days work, The Hollywood Reporter said. "Expendables" co-star and producer Sylvester Stallone announced via Twitter this week Harrison Ford would replace Willis in the third installment in the action-hero ensemble franchise. Stallone didn't say why Willis had left the project, but he did describe him as "greedy and lazy" in a tweet. The Hollywood Reporter said Willis was offered $3 million for four days of work shooting in Bulgaria. "He said he'd drop out unless he got $4 million," a source close to the production told the entertain... more

Movie Review: 'We're the Millers'

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"We're the Millers" is an identity comedy with identity issues. Jason Sudeikis plays a pot dealer who, as a disguise for smuggling a huge shipment of weed, forms a fake family to drive an RV across the Mexico border. He gathers local stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston), surly homeless teenager Casey (Emma Roberts) and his young, naive neighbor Kenny (Will Poulter). The whole concept has two motives: to lampoon the idea of the traditional all-American family, and as an excuse to get Aniston to take off her clothes. Both are worthy endeavors, but everything in "We're the Millers" feels forced - a hodgepodge of comedic rhythms made to lurch fr... more

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