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Movies: Boyhood

by Raj Ranade  The great movies so often want to wallop us with the passage of time. Some filmmakers try to do so through grand compressions – think of Stanley Kubrick fitting the history of civilization into his famous smash […]

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MOVIES: Godzilla

By Raj Ranade The central problem that many people seem to have with the latest film version of Godzilla is that it doesn’t have quite enough Godzilla (which, as

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MOVIES: Noah

Method and Madness Russell Crowe serves Ham for Easter in Aronofsky’s Noah BY RAJ RANADE Say what you will about Hollywood – how many other industries would even think of investing

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Movies: Mud

BY RAJ RANADE There's a moment in Mud, the new film from director Jeff Nichols, where Matthew McConaughey, playing a fugitive laying low by an Arkansas river delta, drawls

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2013 Golden Globes Predictions

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey … one embargo to bind them.

Movies: The Hobbit and 48 FPS Technology

Three things become apparent while watching Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey with the new 48-frame-per-second projection technology. #1: Certain scenes with 48 FPS are dazzling, even revelatory

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Movies: Silver Linings Playbook

by Raj Ranade There's a tiny moment in a diner during Silver Linings Playbook that gets at the heart of what makes director David O. Russell's films so interesting.

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Movies: Lincoln

by Raj Ranade Steven Spielberg's new film Lincoln can often feel like a greatest-hits summary of the director's career - the only thing it's missing are dinosaurs (unless you

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Movies: Skyfall

by Raj Ranade It's been fifty years since the release of the first James Bond movie Dr. No, and every filmmaker creating an entry in the series since then

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Concert Review: Bruce Springsteen, KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, 11-3

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