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This week's Film Clips include Ant-Man and the Wasp and The First Purge. more

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Two massive new DVD sets collect classic police dramas from the 1960s and ’70s, “The Streets of San Francisco" and “Mannix." more

Home Movies

Based on the Marvel comic book series, Ant-Man is a smart, funny superhero movie. more

Film Reviews

Ant-Man features Paul Rudd as another Marvel character destined to become an Avenger. Mark Ruffalo gives an endearing performance as Cam in Infinitely Polar Bear. more

Film Clips

Rob Reiner directs a feel-good comedy targeting the senior set, a crowd possessing the time and money to frequent movie theaters. Michael Douglas appears as Oren Little, an obnoxious Realtor planning to make one big more

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It’s an old Hollywood trick and sometimes it pays off. In the comedy Last Vegas, a gaggle of instantly recognizable stars—Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline—are given roles allowing them to play off each other’s... more

Film Reviews

In the near future, pubescent Andrew “Ender” Wiggin (Asa Butterfield) is recruited to Battle School where he and other kids are trained to fight against a hostile extraterrestrial race known as Formics. Col. Graff (Harrison Ford) command... more

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 Whenthe major studios refused to fund his Liberace picture, Oscar-winning directorSteven Soderbergh went instead to HBO. His production, Behind the Candelabra ,drew a huge audience on cable earlier this summer. It will be out in.. more

I Hate Hollywood

<p> Karl Malden was in the final stretch of his long career while Michael Douglas was just beginning to rise during the long run of “The Streets of San Francisco” (1972-1977). With its four acts plus epilogue structure and funky “Superfly” synthe.. more

I Hate Hollywood

The Charles Allis Art Museum pays tribute to a state prodigy with its exhibition “Wisconsin Masters Series: Emily Groom.” Groom’s prolific portfolio spanned some 80 years, and she continued to paint nearly until her passing in 1975 at th more

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The 2009 LGBT Film/Video Festival tonight presents two 2008 films about women’s basketball and the underlying homophobia behind the sport. The first is a documentary: Training Rules, which follows longtime Pennsylvania State University coac... more

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