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Special to The TimesWhen I was a kid, I lied a lot. Lying, for me, was easier than learning to tie my shoes. I could tell lies like my best friend, Dave, could eat French fries — by the fistful. When I was in junior high school, I used to cut class and take the bus...
Zap2It.comAre you as exhausted as I am? I live for this stuff and I'm beginning to wonder if there's such a thing as too much TV. (A blasphemous statement. Let's all pretend like I never said that.) It used to be that summer was a time to rest and rejuvenate....
Zap2It.comSome books put up one hell of a fight on the way to the multiplex, and they're not always the ones you'd expect. Ever since "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, much has been written about the difficulty of adapting...
Zap2It.comJohn Leguizamo has joined the cast of M. Night Shyamalan's latest thriller, "The Happening." Set to begin production in Philadelphia next month, "The Happening" is already slated for a June 13, 2008 release date, courtesy of 20th Century Fox. Recent...
Sentinel Movie CriticPacino and DeNiro team up one more time for Righteous Kill, a somnambulant thriller that might have been better titled No City for Old Men. It's a decaffeinated serial-killer cop-drama, directed with lots of close-ups and not a lot of style by Al Pacino's...
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticNothing Like the Holidays is a Kinko's copy of This Christmas, which was an African-American homage to The Family Stone. There's nothing new under the mistletoe in this warm but generic family-stressing-for-the-holidays dramedy. But solid writing and...
It's traditionally a slow box office weekend, but this year there are plenty of movies to choose from. Here's a look at what's coming out in theaters. From action packed dramas to holiday humor, whatever your mood, you can find it at the movies this...
It seems an imposition on somebody's part to ask Robert De Niro and Al Pacino to use their iconic power to prop up and inflate "Righteous Kill," a tricked-up and often turgid police thriller. At least these two aging virtuosi of the Method don't...
Zap2It.comIt's been more than a decade since an unknown Edward Burns wrote, directed and starred in "The Brothers McMullen," an indie comedy that won festival prizes and earned $10 million against a $25,000 budget. Promoting his new film "The Groomsmen" brings...
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Tribune movie critic4 stars (out of four) Warning: Though this is a laudatory review, it describes a movie that may give audience members unwelcome nightmares. "George A. Romero's Land of the Dead" gives us another great shock to the system. The fourth blood-spattered...
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