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"Reclusive." Is that an adjective, or is it actually part of J.D. Salinger's name? The word has been used so often to describe the famous writer, one could be forgiven for thinking it appears on his birth certificate.
"You hear nothing. You see nothing. You only serve." Such are the instructions Cecil Gaines receives as he embarks on his daunting new job at the Eisenhower White House in "Lee Daniels' The Butler."
"Live in the moment." It's a pat piece of advice we all get at some point in our lives, usually when we're being anxious or obsessive about something we can't control.
Soaked in sweat and reeking of cigarettes, Southern-fried and smothered in cheese, "The Paperboy" is, quite literally, a hot mess.
This film image released by Millennium Films shows John Cusack in a scene from "The Paperboy." (AP Photo/Millennium Films, Anne Marie Fox)
This film image released by Millennium Films shows John Cusack, left, and Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "The Paperboy." (AP Photo/Millennium Films, Anne Marie Fox)
With fall thrust upon us, October looks like a promising month for some unforgettable cinema, with a pretty diverse yet impressive list of independent films on its roster.
What would Edgar Allan Poe be doing if he were alive today? Clawing at the inside of his coffin, desperate to get at the people who used and abused his ingenious, diabolical tales as the basis for the pile of cinematic bird poo that is "The Raven."
In this film publicity image released by Relativity Media, John Cusack portrays Edgar Allan Poe in a scene from the gothic thriller "The Raven."
It's not just prom, it's Disney's "Prom." And so no one smokes, no one sneaks in peach schnapps in a flask and no one - that's right, no one - gets lucky in the back of a limo.
LOS ANGELES -- "How to Train Your Dragon" has breathed a bit of box-office fire with a $43.3 million opening weekend and a No. 1 debut.
Roland Emmerich, the director who brought us Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, announced that 2012 would be his final disaster movie.
LOS ANGELES — It's the end of the world as we know it, and Hollywood feels fine.
Hollywood might be telling its own life story this fall, presenting a lineup of liars, phonies, smooth talkers, bloodsuckers and greedy old men.
Review: Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy tries to win girl back: It's a tale you've heard a million times before. But it's told in such a relatable, inventive way in "500 Days of Summer," it almost feels like the first time.
NEW YORK - Hilary Duff will soon become a fixture on NBC.
"Sex Drive" is a "Sure Thing" for the "Superbad" generation.
Once there was a land where the primary profession was "mad scientist" or "evil genius." And the chief export was blackmail - threats of the terror their mad, evil genius scientists would unleash.
Dr. Frankenstein himself could not revive "Igor," an animated comedy about a hunchbacked lab assistant playing at mad scientist.
LOS ANGELES - Harry Potter pulled a disappearing act from Hollywood's fall and holiday schedule, his sixth big-screen adventure bumped from this November into next summer.
Some notable films at this year's Tribeca Film Festival:
LOS ANGELES - There was a time around 1997 when no matter where you were - in the car, on the StairMaster, at the dentist's office - you couldn't help but hear "My Heart Will Go On," the soaring Celine Dion ballad from "Titanic."
LOS ANGELES - A heroin pusher and a honey bee put some sting back into the movie business. Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe's bloody crime saga "American Gangster" took in $46.3 million to lead the weekend box office, with Jerry Seinfeld's family cartoon "Bee Movie" following with $39.1 million. Together, the movies revitalized Hollywood's listless autumn.
LOS ANGELES - Steve Carell proved not nearly as all-powerful as Jim Carrey. "Evan Almighty," with Carell taking over for Carrey in a follow-up to the comedy smash "Bruce Almighty," debuted a solid No. 1 with $32.1 million, though that was less than half the $68 million opening of its predecessor, according to studio estimates Sunday.