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Rock the Kasbah, Review: Afghan star, American war

Rock the Kasbah, Review: Afghan star, American war                                                                             In all probability, the plot of Rock the Kasbah was worked out backwards. Somebody saw an Afghan girl named Setara (meaning ‘star’) Hussainzada sing and dance on a loca...

Love & Mercy’s Paul Dano, An Appreciation & He Couldn’t Get a Job at McDonald’s, Thankfully

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent   He may not look like your typical American leading man, but actor Paul Dano, 31, is likely a next Oscar contender for Best Actor come the Academy Awards presentation next year. Dano, who celebrated a birthday this month, is indelible as a younger Brian Wilson in Love & Mercy, though this latest is just a topper among many gripping performances. If you turn back the clock 10 years to The Ballad of Jack and Rose from writer-director Rebe...

The Prince, Review: Assassin Prince, drug King and two Princesses

The Prince: Assassin Prince, Drug King and two Princesses The Prince is the latest offering from Grand Rapids-born director Brian A. Miller. Shot in Alabama in late 2013, the film was given a limited theatrical release on Aug. 22, 2014, and became available as Video on Demand (VoD) the same day. Three weeks later, it gets its theatrical release in India. It is one of two movies Miller shot back-to-back with Bruce Willis in Alabama. The sci-fi film Vice, which is scheduled for release in 2015,...

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Review: ...and a Dame Who Kills

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Review: …and a Dame Who Kills Comics icon Frank Miller and director Robert Rodriguez return nine years after their first trip to Sin City, a four-story compendium outing that had Quentin Tarantino as guest director and Frank Miller in a cameo, as a priest. It was a highly unlikely partnership. Their association began when Miller got a call from Robert Rodriguez (Spy Kids 1 and 2, Desperado). Rodriguez made him a simple offer: Come to Texas for a day. If yo...

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Mainstream or Maverick: Film Vs. Fashion in La La Land

Los Angeles may mean mainstream when it comes to movie-making, but when it comes to ‘la mode' think maverick. Liza Foreman reports.  Paris - The poster boy for far-out fashion, L.A. designer, Jeremy Scott, stuck to his trademark of outrageous, comic designs at Paris Fashion Week Tuesday, with his aptly named Happy Daze Fall/Winter 2007 ready-to-wear collection.Scott’s eccentric line-up of retro-clothing included psychedelic dresses and outlandishly colorful coats. Models sported giant cone ...

Cannes Red Carpet video: Over the Hedge, standing ovation to Bruce Willis, Jeffrey Katzenberg...

Walk on the Red Carpet and standing ovation to the directors Tim Johnson and Karey Kirkpatrick, to Bruce Willis, Nick Nolte, Jeffrey Katzenberg from Dreamworks...

Red Carpet: "Over the Hedge" by Tim Johnson and Karey Kirkpatrick, with voices from Bruce Willis, Nick Nolte...

Presented today in Cannes, out of Competition: "Over the Hedge", animation film from Dreamworks by Tim Johnson et Karey Kirkpatrick with prestigious voice over from: Avril Lavigne, William Shatner, Bruce Willis, Nick Nolte... Jeffrey Katzenberg from Dreamworks is also there. Standing ovation after the film premiere. Check the video. ...