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Project Almanac

Movie reviews: ‘Project Almanac,’ ‘Black Sea,’ ‘Black or White’

"Project Almanac" (PG-13) 2 1/2 stars (out of four) Get ready to be all shook up by producer Michael Bay's manic movie "Project ...

Octavia Spencer and Kevin Costner in 'Black or White'

Interview: Kevin Costner tackles race relations with ‘Black or White’

The last time I talked with Oscar-winning filmmaker and actor Kevin Costner was for the political satire "Swing Vote," which was ...

Big Eyes Book, Leah Gallo Derek Frey

Interview: Tim Burton photographer, writer talks ‘Big Eyes: The Film, The Art’

Director Tim Burton's acclaimed new film "Big Eyes," of course, tells the strange but amazing true story of famed big-eyed children ...

Johnny Depp in 'Mortdecai'

Movie reviews: ‘Mortdecai,’ ‘Still Alice,’ ‘Cake’

"Mortdecai" (PG-13) 1 star (out of four) Unless you have a high tolerance for forced comedy, "Mortdecai," sadly, will leave you mortified. Starring the usually great Johnny Depp in the title role, "Mortdecai" is the latest misstep in a very disastrous couple of years on the big-screen for ...

Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller in 'American Sniper' (Waner Bros)

Movie reviews: ‘American Sniper,’ ‘The Wedding Ringer,’ ‘Blackhat’

  "American Sniper" 4 stars (out of four) Clint Eastwood brilliantly directs the best film of 2014 with "American Sniper," a compelling big-screen adaptation of the autobiography of late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. An emotionally charged and brutally honest portrayal of the most prolific sniper ...

Sienna Miller in 'American Sniper' (photo Warner Bros)

Interview: Sienna Miller humbled by playing Taya Kyle in ‘American Sniper’

Film nominated for 6 Oscars Thursday including Best Picture By Tim Lammers It's been a whirlwind year for heralded actress Sienna Miller, landing not one but two pivotal roles in two of the year's most acclaimed films: "American Sniper" and "Foxcatcher." In oddly timed bits of casting, though, ...

Liam Neeson in 'Taken 3' (photo -- 20th Century Fox)

Movie reviews: ‘Taken 3,’ ‘Selma,’ ‘Inherent Vice’

"Taken 3" (PG-13) 2 stars (out of four) It Ends Here, the tagline on the poster for "Taken 3" promises -- and thank God. "Taken 3," presumably the last in Liam Neeson's "Taken" saga that arrived with a bang in 2008, is the perfect example of an unnecessary sequel in a franchise being milked ...