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Everyone seems to be upset about the Emmys last night. And it's not just because of the bizarre inclusion of the singing Emmytones. It's what's being perceived as a big diss for HBO's "Boardwalk Empire." After winning a slew of technical awards at the...
Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" — one of last year's best films — hits home video, straight off its ups and downs at the Oscars: five wins out of 11 nominations isn't anything to complain about, except the other six included all the biggest...
There are numerous inherent flaws and absurdities in the process of compiling Top 10s and Best ofs; nonetheless, here are my favorite films released in Los Angeles in the calendar year 2011. In my version of this imperfect exercise, “favorite”...
Our Town CorrespondentThis year marks The Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary. While the Stones themselves aren't touring (rumor has it they are holding off until next year), the tribute band Satisfaction is giving fans what could be considered the next best thing. Chris...
CNNBOSTON -- A judge sentenced Catherine Greig, longtime girlfriend James "Whitey" Bulger, to eight years in prison on Tuesday for helping the Boston mobster stay on the run for 16 years. After more than 16 years on the run, she and Bulger were captured...
Q13 Fox News Online and Los Angeles TimesHenry Hill, the infamous mob informant whose life of crime was chronicled in the film classic "GoodFellas," has died. He and his family lived for a while in Redmond and Seattle under the U.S. Marshals Witness Protection Program. He was 69 and had lived...
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Henry Hill, the infamous mob informant whose life of crime was chronicled in the film classic "GoodFellas," was the first to admit that he did "a lot of bad things back then." "I shot at people. I busted a lot of heads, and I buried a lot of bodies,"...
Once in a while, a movie adaptation creates a character that is drawn so well it becomes an archetype, a measuring stick for all other similar characters. Think John Wayne, the western tough in "True Grit," which was adapted from the Charles Portis...
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24 Frames."I Vitelloni," a 1953 semi-autobiographical drama about five male friends living in a small Italian town, is considered one of the watershed moments in Fedrico Fellini's career. The film is screening Friday through Wednesday at the New Beverly Cinema...
24 FramesStarting Friday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Bing Theater in conjunction will the museum’s “California Design, 1930-1965” exhibition, “California Noir” features a superb selection of 10 little-seen films...
24 FramesIn this new column on 24 Frames, we look at some of the most interesting titles coming to VOD, DVD and Blu-ray. This week, "Twilight" heartthrob Robert Pattinson makes ladies swoon in the French period drama "Bel Ami."...
Soundboard Music Blog - Orlando SentinelLevon Helm, the influential roots-rock drummer with The Band, the iconic ensemble that rose to fame as Bob Dylan's backing band in his transition from folk performer to rock ‘n' roller, has died. He was 71. A spokesman for Helm's record label...
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