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  • Reel Critics: No corn in this 'Nebraska'

    Director Alexander Payne knows his way around Oscar-worthy films and great actors. He proved it in "Sideways" with Paul Giamatti, "The Descendants" with George Clooney and "About Schmidt" with Jack Nicholson. Payne takes the time to develop his characters in great depth and paint a detailed picture of their lives
  • The Latest: Engaging 'Memories'; Thrill lives up to name

    The Latest: Engaging 'Memories'; Thrill lives up to name
    Wine Memories Lenard Davis AuthorHouse; 146 pages Poor Merlot. After Paul Giamatti uttered that now-famous line in the 2004 romantic comedy "Sideways" — the one about not drinking Merlot. Seriously, do I even need to quote it? — news...

    Reel Critics: You can't lose with 'Win Win'

    Reel Critics: You can't lose with 'Win Win'
    Paul Giamatti is a gifted actor who has made a career of being the sweet schlub who always messes up spectacularly before he finds loving redemption. And he does so, wonderfully, in "Win Win." Here he plays Mike, an attorney with a sinking law...

    Reel Critics: 'The Mechanic' lacks purpose, meaning

    Reel Critics: 'The Mechanic' lacks purpose, meaning
    Director and producer Simon West has ample experience with hardcore action thrillers. "Black Hawk Down" and "Con Air" are among his many credits. He now tries his hand at directing a remake of "The Mechanic," an old Charles Bronson hitman tale. West...

    Reel Critics: 'Ides of March' thrills with backstabbing, betrayal

    "Beware the Ides of March" is a famous line from Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," which foretold the Roman emperor's assassination by a group of conspirators. In the deliciously sinister "Ides of March," there is plenty of backstabbing inside the modern-...