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Ntozake Shange's 1975 play, made up entirely of poetry, is transformed into a mostly prose and beautifully acted film, from writer-director Tyler Perry, about the intersecting lives of several African American women in New York. Starring Whoopi
The Kids Are All Right" and "I Am Love" share similar scenarios: Middle-aged woman in long-term relationship has an affair, seemingly without any consideration of how her actions may damage her or her family. I found the films ludicrous and to some
Nominees are usually good-looking, and the nominated performances are usually for heroic or sympathetic roles, and so Robinson, who often played villains and looked like a beautiful gargoyle, was at a disadvantage going in.
Off the top of your head, what movies would you show to a college-level writing class organized around the theme of "Men, Women and Modern Love"? Scott Miller, Graton Hi Scott: Since we want modern, let's limit our choices to the past 10 years, with
Bailey / Overture Films Philip Seymour Hoffman directed and stars in "Jack Goes Boating." So the comic strip Blondie has turned 80, and that has apparently given Lio's creator, Mark Tatulli, permission to make fun of older people...I know a number of
In many current films, the dialogue is hard to decipher...As I watch films from at least a generation ago, this is not the case. I recently watched "Rebel Without a Cause" and every actor, including James Dean, articulated the dialogue very well.
Did Grard Depardieu really say these things about Juliette Binoche?...Christina Castro, San Francisco Dear Christina: You're referring to the remarks he made to an English newspaper, that Binoche is "nothing" and he doesn't understand why she's so
Carlo Allegri / AP Images In which movie did you best like Ben Affleck's performance? Mick LaSalle, movie critic "Good Will Hunting" - Peter Hartlaub, pop culture critic Next week's question: What is your favorite James Franco role?
I've enjoyed "At the Movies" in its various incarnations and am very sorry it's been canceled...Eric Ahrendt, Livermore Dear Eric Ahrendt: I liked it, too, until I became a film critic, many years before Gene Siskel died, and the show's pleasures
I recently watched him as Vincent van Gogh in "Lust for Life" (1956) and in "The Bad and the Beautiful" (1952) and thought the performances were scenery-chewing..