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Warner Bros. Celebrates 90 Years of Sights, Sound

Warner Bros. Celebrates 90 Years of Sights, Sound

In 2012, Paramount and Universal Studios both celebrated their 100-year anniversaries. So it might seem a bit odd, and rather opportunistic, that Warner Bros. decided to celebrate their 90th this year. The studio’s reasoning is good, though: The decade that

'Pitch Perfect' Review: Like 'Glee' Sans Politics

'Pitch Perfect' Review: Like 'Glee' Sans Politics

A year after “Bridesmaids” became a female comedy sensation Anna Kendrick and a comic cast of ladies are poised to do it again. Kendrick, sassy and delightful, is the sarcastic but adorable star of “Pitch Perfect,” a PG-13 ensemble comedy

'Hit and Run' Review: Road Trip Comedy Crashes and Burns

'Hit and Run' Review: Road Trip Comedy Crashes and Burns

Everything wrong with “Hit and Run” can be summed up in a moment when Dax Shepard’s character tells his girlfriend Annie (Kristen Bell) why he chose the name Charles Bronson for his alias in the witness protection program. Charles’ father

'Chronicle' Review: Superhero Saga for the Facebook Generation

Millennials are obsessed with capturing their lives online. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter. Most people are boring enough that their compulsive documentation is really unnecessary. The story of “Chronicle” is the exception. Loner Andrew Detmer (Dane DeHaan), his cousin Matt Garetty (Alex

Conservative Filmmakers Need Your Vote Today

Two conservative directors are gunning for recognition online today, and they need your help. Filmmakers Mark Judge and Paul Moon, with their documentary film project “The Story of Whittaker Chambers,” are currently competing for “Project of the Week” recognition at

'Machine Gun Preacher' Review: Gerard Butler is Remarkable

In July, South Sudan officially ended its decades-long struggle for independence from Sudan, the northern region controlled by Arab Muslims who tried for years to force Islam on the mostly Christian south. While the war is officially over, another battle

'Fright Night' Review: Leaves You Thirsty for More

The 1985 “Fright Night” was a make-up artist’s dream, less a nightmare horror than a bloody comedy. Its sequel was excessively serious and silly in all the wrong places. The 2011 reboot gets back to the good stuff. Anton Yelchin