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Big Fat Whale
By BRIAN MCFADDEN  |  August 03, 2012
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Review: Something Borrowed

In Luke Greenfield's adaptation of Emily Giffin's novel, Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) works hard, never complains, has brains but no self-esteem.
 A numbing pattern
By PETER KEOUGH  |  May 06, 2011

Review: The Killer Inside Me

Jim Thompson might be the darkest of noir writers, but Michael Winterbottom's version of Thompson's 1952 novel reduces its mirthful nihilism to lurid unpleasantness.
A killer with nothing inside him
By PETER KEOUGH  |  July 02, 2010

Shake Your Booty for a Bounty

Like in other businesses, family connections are important in filmmaking. Just ask Kate Hudson and Michael Douglas.
Dance for Your Supper Dept.
By TOM MEEK  |  June 04, 2010

Interview: Bobcat Goldthwait

"Not many people may know of my films, but I think they may have more legs than, like, a Kate Hudson movie."
Bobcat unleashes another not-so-funny comedy
By BETSY SHERMAN  |  September 04, 2009

Review: Bride Wars

There are no pleasant surprises in this partly-Boston-shot Gary Winick film.
Chixploitation at its creative nadir
By BETSY SHERMAN  |  January 13, 2009


Anti-depressant cinema

The screen offers relief from a world of woe
The screen offers relief from a world of woe
By PETER KEOUGH  |  December 29, 2008

My Best Friend's Girl

How many awful films must audiences sit through before producers realize that Dane Cook is not a romantic lead?
Predictability ensues. Hilarity doesn’t.
By BRETT MICHEL  |  September 24, 2008

Whither Joyce Kulhawik?

Veteran arts-and-entertainment anchor Joyce Kulhawik is the last of her kind, at the station and in Boston.
Boston TV kills A&E coverage
By SEAN KERRIGAN  |  April 09, 2008

Fool's Gold

As for Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson, they should have a sit-down with their agents.
Ever shirtless, ever silly
By TOM MEEK  |  February 13, 2008

Brain gloss

The merger of thought and glossy spreads of girls in streaming, DIY couture.
Two new Boston mags aimed at women beg the question, why not the perfect women's magazine?
By ELLEE DEAN  |  January 15, 2008


Primary concerns

The last thing people are looking for when they go to the movies is a reminder of the political crapola they are trying to escape.
2008 releases offer campaign reform
By PETER KEOUGH  |  December 28, 2007

Old acquaintance

Lillian Hellman turned the pot down from boil to simmer for The Autumn Garden , her 1951 attempt to be Chekhovian.
The Autumn Garden in Williamstown; The Widow’s Blind Date in Gloucester
By CAROLYN CLAY  |  August 22, 2007

You, Me and Dupree

Formulaic might have been okay. But this vacuous comedy about a predictable slacker who moves in with a pair of lame-ass newlyweds isn’t nearly formulaic enough. Watch the trailer for You, me and Dupree  (QuickTime)
Not formulaic enough
By CHRIS WANGLER  |  July 19, 2006