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The Hero ComplexGenius. . -- Geoff Boucher RECENT AND RELATED Christopher Nolan's dim view of 3-D SILLY: Wait, "Inception" stole everything from Scrooge McDuck? 'Inception' questions? Here's the most in-depth article on the film REVIEW: 'Inception' dreams darkly with...
Los Angeles Times"The Hangover" easily beat both new movies that opened Friday and will top the box office again this weekend with a gross between $30 million and $35 million. Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' Vegas-gone-wrong film grossed $10.4 million, down 38% from...
Comedy, whether it's romantic or raunchy, innocent or goofy, is on a roll at the the box office and helped end a three-week mini-slump for the industry. Thanks to the surprising strength of Disney's "The Proposal" and the solid opening of Sony's " Year...
The title of the new Disney/Pixar movie "Up," as well as its signature image of a house floating beneath thousands of tethered balloons, reminds us how frequently the theme of Lightness appears in children's literature. From Mary Poppins to Peter Pan,...
Los Angeles TimesEvolving from a strong opener to one of the summer's biggest movies, "The Hangover" declined just 26% on its second weekend, the smallest such drop for any movie in wide release this summer. That's a sign of fantastic word-of-mouth and expanding...
You know the most heartening thing about the new Disney-Pixar film "Up"? It may be wonderful, but it isn't perfect. It feels nervy and adventurous and a little messy, the result of formidable creators and genuine wits working on an enormous budget,...
The only foreign director to win the Academy Award for best animated feature, Hayao Miyazaki, 68, is the most admired and influential filmmaker working in animation today. His latest film, "Ponyo," opened earlier this month in America in 927 theaters -- a...
KTLA NewsHUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. -- A 10-year-old cancer-stricken girl had her dying wish fulfilled when Pixar arranged to bring the new movie "Up" to her home in Huntington Beach. Colby Curtin desperately wanted to see the new Disney-Pixar flick, but she was...
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Entertainment ReporterDisney's latest animation creation, 'Up', takes us into the fantasy life of Carl Fredrickson, a 78-year-old balloon salesman who's set in his ways. "He's an older guy who's lived this rich life with his wife, who's passed away, and now he just wants to...
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The Big PictureIf nothing else, the hard-working publicists at 42 West had to be happy to see the New York Times' Brooks Barnes floating the idea that "Fantastic Mr. Fox" was suddenly a serious rival to Pixar's "Up" for the Oscar for......
Gold DerbyBy reaping Academy Award nominations for best picture, "Avatar" and "District 9" have shattered a strong bias among academy voters. In the past, only two sci-fi films have been nominated for the top Oscars: "Star Wars" (1977) and "E.T." (1982). OK,...
Gold DerbySo how did "A Serious Man" pull off that underdog Oscar nomination for best picture? Perhaps because it was among the first wave of DVD screeners shipped to academy members, long before the deluge of discs that arrived during the holiday season. Such an...
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