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Review: 'Longest Week' is a pale Allen imitation

Review: ‘Longest Week’ is a pale Allen imitation

Writer-director Peter Glanz, making his debut feature, is clearly a Woody Allen fan; he uses the same jazzy-type music to accompany his dreamily appealing views of New York City, and he likes psychoanalysis scenes, too.

Review: Ex-007 actor spying again in 'Nov. Man'

Review: Ex-007 actor spying again in ‘Nov. Man’

Here, Brosnan plays Peter Devereaux, who in his day was known for his unwillingness to form personal attachments that could compromise his duties.

Review: The case against binge-watching TV

Review: The case against binge-watching TV

Americans are increasingly engaging in a practice known as television binge-watching — going through several episodes of a TV show in a single stretch.

Review: Meta and mad, 'The Congress' is a trip

Review: Meta and mad, ‘The Congress’ is a trip

“I need Buttercup from ‘Princess Bride,’” Green says. “I need Jenny from ‘Forrest Gump.’”

Netflix unveils new way to share recommendations

Netflix unveils new way to share recommendations

“There are a lot of people on Facebook that you don’t really know that well,” said Cameron Johnson, Netflix’s director of product development.

Group trips across Grand Canyon will need permit

Group trips across Grand Canyon will need permit

“People might not be thinking about the impact to others,” she said. “Everyone comes to the canyon generally with a different idea of how they’re going to experience it.”

KMGH’s Mike Landess signing off after 50 years 

DENVER | Denver television news anchor Mike Landess is signing off after 50 years in broadcast journalism. Landess’ last newscast will be Thursday’s 10 p.m. broadcast on KMGH-TV. Landess began his broadcast career as a high school senior in Tyler, Texas …

Review: 'Life of Crime' misses Leonard's rhythm

Review: ‘Life of Crime’ misses Leonard’s rhythm

Leonard’s dialogue seemed to have walked in off the street.

Review: Ty Segall at height of his powers

Review: Ty Segall at height of his powers

With his dreamy new album, “Manipulator,” the Los Angeles psych rocker has perfected a sound — the bright, shiny 1960s garage rock variety — that once fired the imagination of a generation.

Review: 'As Above' so-so

Review: ‘As Above’ so-so

Hardly credible, even for a film claiming that the gates of hell lie a few hundred feet below Paris (if anywhere, they can be found in an overcrowded Metro car with no air conditioning), this low budget effort from director John Erick Dowdle and writer-producer-brother Drew Dowdle provides a few late scares after plenty of eye-rolling setup, with said scares due more to the heavy sound design than the action itself.