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ReviewsMuch memory loss is normal
Where Did I Leave My Glasses? The What, When and Why of /Normal /Memory Loss (Wellness Central. 245 pages. $22.99), by Martha Weinman Lear: The place where you left your glasses or the car keys ought to be anchored in your brain, thinks author Marth...
Author:CARL HARTMANDate:03/25/14Click:7673 Full Story »
ReviewsAretha Franklin in regal form at L.A. show
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Memo to Beyonce and her father: Yes, Tina Turner is one of the greats, but Aretha Franklin is still the queen -- of soul and more. A full house of loyal subjects agreed during the first of two nights Thursday at th...
Author:Darryl MordenDate:03/25/14Click:7679 Full Story »
ReviewsNatalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson keep their heads in 'Bol
BERLIN (Hollywood Reporter) - Anne Boleyn may have married Henry VIII, but her sister Mary in would have been his queen if only she had been better at making babies. That, of course, was always the problem. The Tudor line's grip on the throne invari...
Author:Ray BennettDate:03/25/14Click:7676 Full Story »
ReviewsDescendant of lyncher finds redemption
The Lyncher in Me: A Search for Redemption in the Face of History (Borealis Books, 196 pages. $24.95), by Warren Read: As Warren Read sifted through his family history, he knew his discoveries wouldn't be pretty. But even with lowered expectations,...
Author:DINESH RAMDEDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
Reviews'My Dad Is Better' cheap and dull
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - There are a lot of words you can use to describe reality-style competitions on TV, but until the broadcast of NBC's My Dad Is Better Than Your Dad on Monday, wholesome was not among them. There is more good sportsm...
Author:Barry GarronDate:03/25/14Click:7672 Full Story »
Reviews'Vantage Point' an unintentionally funny thriller
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Straight out of the slice-and-dice school of filmmaking, Vantage Point fractures chronology and perspective in a vain attempt to disguise its flimsiness. Director Pete Travis has assembled an international cast to...
Author:Sheri LindenDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
ReviewsSpacey and Goldblum on fire in Mamet classic
LONDON (Hollywood Reporter) - David Mamet's 20-year-old play Speed-the-Plow, which uses the ruthless setting of a Hollywood studio to explore male chicanery and misogyny, looks fresh and scintillating in Matthew Warchus' new Old Vic production starr...
Author:Ray BennettDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
Reviews'Raisin' still rich with wit, relevance
PARK CITY, Utah (Hollywood Reporter) - The first network television movie to be screened at the Sundance Film Festival, ABC's A Raisin in the Sun never totally transcends its origins on the stage, and it's a long way from cutting-edge cinema. But th...
Author:James GreenbergDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
ReviewsBillboard CD reviews: Dolly Parton, Erykah Badu
ARTIST: DOLLY PARTON ALBUM: BACKWOODS BARBIE NEW YORK (Billboard) - There's more than meets the eye to Dolly Parton, the autobiographical title cut tells us, and her first mainstream country album in years is an important reminder of the breadth of...
Author:UnknownDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
ReviewsThe Black Crowes attack Maxim mag review
NEW YORK - The Black Crowes are lashing out at Maxim magazine for reviewing the band's new album apparently without actually hearing it first. The review, published in Maxim's March issue, gives the Crowes' Warpaint a rating of two-and-a-half stars...
Author:UnknownDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
ReviewsThe best of Oscar liveblogging
LOS ANGELES - As the Oscars unfolded, a bevy of bloggers broadcast barbs live on the Internet about the award show's highlights and lowlights. From the seemingly endless montages to Cameron Diaz's cinematographer slip-up, the 80th annual Oscars were...
Author:DERRIK J. LANGDate:03/25/14Click:7672 Full Story »
Reviews'The Gates' documents Central Park art project
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - The Gates, which airs on HBO Tuesday, chronicles the 24-year struggle by experimental artists Christo and his wife, Jeanne-Claude, to install more than 7,500 orange fabric-draped arches in Central Park. The artists...
Author:UnknownDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
Reviews'Witless Protection' a pointless exercise
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - In the press notes for Larry the Cable Guy's latest comedy, Witless Protection, his co-stars are quoted at length describing the constant hilarity they experienced on the set. Unfortunately for filmgoers, little of th...
Author:Frank ScheckDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
ReviewsReview: Stewart saves sluggish Oscars
NEW YORK - To borrow from an Oscars cliche, It's an honor just to be nominated. Given that the writers strike almost canceled this year's show, viewers might have felt it was enough just to have a full-fledged Oscarcast to watch. Or maybe not. The e...
Author:FRAZIER MOOREDate:03/25/14Click:7671 Full Story »
ReviewsMusic Review: Tift Merritt
Tift Merritt, Another Country (Fantasy) Tift Merritt's third album, Another Country, makes it clear why she attracts such adoration from Americana fans: Her sugar-cane voice seduces with a sweet tone and a delicate texture that melts into heated phr...
Author:MICHAEL McCALLDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
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