...local law enforcement agencies and reviewing security procedures." ___ Associated Press writers Alex Katz and Christy Lemire in New York City, Ben Nuckols in Washington, Patrick Walters in Philadelphia and Jim Suhr in St. Louis contributed...
If last year's Deathly Hallows: Part 1 marked the beginning of the end with doom and gloom, Part 2 wraps things up once and for all on a note of melancholy.
Hugo, War Horse, The Help and Moneyball among those nominated for best picture.
LOS ANGELES --- The animated Astro Boy is a shiny hodgepodge of Pinocchio, WALL-E, Oliver Twist, Gladiator and Superman with some obvious visual touches taken from The Iron Giant . As its own entity, though, it's pretty forgettable.
LOS ANGELES --- Ten years ago, Mike Judge satirized the absurdities of the workplace experience from the perspective of put-upon employees with Office Space . It became a cult favorite on cable and home video, to the point that it changed the way you looked at the common stapler.
LOS ANGELES - A joyless cacophony, an insistent and seemingly endless onslaught, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," director Michael Bay's follow-up to the 2007 smash "Transformers" plays more like a parody of a Bay movie.
LOS ANGELES - J.J. Abrams' hugely anticipated summer extravaganza "Star Trek" boldly goes to the past within the distant future of the "Trek" universe, years ahead of the TV series and the myriad movies and spin-offs it spawned.
Burn After Reading , the latest offering in the eclectic filmography of Joel and Ethan Coen, is not to be taken seriously -- one look at Brad Pitt's blond-streaked pouf of hair tells you that -- and it's certainly not to be compared to their starkly violent Academy Award-winner from last year, No Country for Old Men .
Traitor is the kind of movie so many of us yearn to see: It's intense and intelligent, has something to say without being pedantic and presents complicated issues without condescension.
The title is Step Brothers . You know, because there are two of them, but Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are playing the same person, which is the movie's fundamental, irreparable flaw.