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  • 'The Dark Knight Rises' trailer is here, gritty

    Culture Cafe 'The Dark Knight Rises' trailer is here, gritty

    Batman returning: Bane (Tom Hardy) unleashes an unprecedented reign of terror against Gotham City in the first full-length trailer for director Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises.'

  • Cars 2: movie review

    Cars 2: movie review

    'Cars 2' is marginally better than 'Cars' and pulls in some familiar voices, such as Larry the Cable Guy and Owen Wilson.

  • The Trip: movie review

    The Trip: movie review

    Comic actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are a hilarious duo in this dry British comedy, 'The Trip.'

  • In Pictures Summer sequels 2011

    Sequels usually are sure box office bets for summer. Johnny Depp (l.), Penelope Cruz (r.), and Ian McShane appear in a scene from 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,' about a quest for the fountain of youth. 'Tides' is the fourth film in the 'Pirates' franchise, based on a Walt Disney theme park ride.

  • Chile mine rescue unites a fractured world

    Chile mine rescue unites a fractured world

    Chile mine rescue updates are dominating worldwide headlines and lighting up social media as people share their excitement about the mission.

  • Angelina Jolie stars in 'Salt' as a CIA superspy

    Angelina Jolie stars in 'Salt' as a CIA superspy

    Angelina Jolie plays a CIA superspy, in the new movie ‘Salt,' a high-octane action thriller.

  • Harry Brown: movie review

    Harry Brown: movie review

    Michael Caine plays an an ex-marine gone vigilante in ‘Harry Brown,’ a thriller set in a dank London neighborhood.

  • Controversy flourishes at Toronto film fest

    Controversy flourishes at Toronto film fest

    Michael Moore's latest, along with a spotlight on films from Tel Aviv, brings out the protesters, while others swoon over Clooney.

  • Review: 'Is Anybody There?'

    Michael Caine is a tour de force in this gentle drama about a widower and his friendship with a boy obsessed with life after death.

  • Review: 'Happy-Go-Lucky'

    Review: 'Happy-Go-Lucky'

    Mike Leigh's spirited new movie about a sweet-tempered schoolteacher is both humane and real.

 
 
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