• Movie Review: ‘Ouija’

    "Ouija" is bland, safe horror for those who like their scares nonexistent.
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  • The Partially Inspiring 'Million Dollar Arm'

    Out now on Blu-ray and DVD, this sports movie is less about a victory at the end and more about the struggle to get there.
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  • Movie Review: ‘White Bird in a Blizzard’

    Shawnee Woodley, as usual, is fresh, natural and interesting to watch, but the film's overall weirdness ultimately swallows her up a bit.
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  • Shatner, 'Star Trek' Director to Meet About Role

    William Shatner says he would do the movie if it's a meaningful part, "a role that had something to do with the turning of the plot."
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News Archives for 2014

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Movie Review: ‘Planes Fire & Rescue’

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There's a cheerful simplicity about the animated "Planes: Fire & Rescue." Contrast it with the chaotic, clanging "Transformers" movie, made for a slightly older preteen audience. The high-flying new Disney cartoon has a clearer story, more engaging characters, more lucid action scenes and jokes that actually raise a smile. The production was overseen by Pixar's head honcho John Lasseter , and it feels like a junior varsity spinoff of "Cars." The characters are anthropomorphic aircraft and automobiles. They have soulful eyes in their windshields and expressive mouths on their lower... more

Texas Actress to Serve 18 Years For Ricin Letter

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Shannon Guess Richardson , a Texas actress, will serve 18 years in federal prison after she sent poison-laced letters to President Obama and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg as part of a bizarre plot to frame her estranged husband, federal officials said Wednesday. Richardson, 35, of New Boston, Texas, pleaded guilty late last year to writing the letters laced with ricin, a biological toxin with no antidote. She was sentenced Wednesday to 18 years in prison and ordered to pay more than $300,000 in restitution, investigators said. Richardson sent ... more

Russell's Final 'Fast' Scenes With Walker Brothers

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NEW YORK (AP) — Kurt Russell confirms he has completed his final two scenes in the latest "Fast & Furious" scenes without the late Paul Walker . Russell had a day left of shooting when Walker died in a car crash in November outside of Los Angeles. In an interview this week, the 63-year-old actor said he returned to work on the two scenes left to do with Walker about two months ago. He said he filmed the scenes with Walker's two brothers Caleb and Cody. The "Fast" team was "trying to work the best magic they can to make 'Fast & Furious 7' complete," Russell said, but did not say whether his ... more

Movie Review: ‘Sex Tape’

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The high-concept comedies spawned by "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" need to start using birth control. Judd Apatow's landmark film rightfully ushered in a new era in comedy, but it has also inspired a now sizable cottage industry of thin movies ("The Hangover," ''The Five-Year Engagement," ''Bad Teacher," ''Horrible Bosses," ''The Other Woman") with concepts boasting good titles but shallow stories. Of these, only one ("The Five-Year Engagement") had Apatow's imprimatur. He and his cohorts have mostly moved on to telling stories about various seminal chapters of life — child birth ("Knocked Up"), hi... more

Movie Review: ‘The Purge: Anarchy’

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — There's a lot more purging going on in this inevitable sequel to last summer's surprise horror hit "The Purge." Expanding the parameters of the low-budget original by taking the action literally out into the streets, "The Purge: Anarchy" efficiently exploits its high-concept premise while delivering far more visceral thrills than its predecessor. Like it or not, a new franchise seems to have been born. Set ten years in the future, the film written and directed by James DeMonaco (repeating his chores from the original) again takes place during the annual Purge, a government-san... more

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