Once, on a JetBlue flight between Los Angeles and Boston, passengers dutifully handed over their in-flight trash to flight attendants holding large plastic bags stuffed with waste. When Bryan…
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An unnerving home-invasion thriller, "In Their Skin" achieves full creepy impact without succumbing to cheap genre thrills or cool arthouse abstraction.
Disney is looking to the past for guidance in picking the hits of the future.
"OC87" serves both its subject and its viewers well by chronicling a process that is actually insightful, entertaining and apparently successful.
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The Peculiar Works Project gets high marks for research and a flunking grade for presentation.
It had to be the worst time to launch a new publication. Daily Variety put out its first issue on Sept. 6, 1933. The economically challenged year had already weathered Franklin Delano Roosevelt's…
An exquisite ode to a working-class hero, "Cinderella Man" takes the almost impossibly perfect elements of the saga of underdog boxer James J. Braddock and fills it with emotional gravitas, wrenching…
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