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Review: Insidious

When young Dalton (Ty Simpkins) mysteriously falls into a coma, a doctor tells his parents Renai (Rose Byrne) and Josh (Patrick Wilson) that he's "never seen anything like it."
 Campy haunted-house knockoff
By PETER KEOUGH  |  April 01, 2011

Photos: Weezer at the Orpheum Theatre

Weezer perform live at the Orpheum Theatre on December 14, 2010.
Weezer | Orpheum Theatre | December 14, 2010
By STEPHANIE ROSE  |  December 17, 2010

Review: The A-Team

This fun big-screen reboot takes the quartet of fugitive vigilantes-for-hire into the digital era, and it succeeds because director Joe Carnahan doesn't let technology overpower personality.
We love it when a plan comes together
By BETSY SHERMAN  |  June 18, 2010

Review: Watchmen

Watchmen 's brutal alternative history
As a reimagining of the past, Watchmen is at times jaw-dropping.
By A.S. HAMRAH  |  March 03, 2009

Lakeview Terrace

LaBute tries to engage issues of race, class, and gender in this potboiler, but his usual vitriol gives way to blood in the swimming pool.
Full of entrapping clichés
By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 23, 2008

Autumn peeves

With pundits already reading political significance into summer blockbusters like The Dark Knight (“Is Batman a stand-in for George Bush? Discuss.”), the meatier movies of fall arrive not a moment too soon.
Films with a full agenda
By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 08, 2008


Little Children

Suburbia is hell, and serious Hollywood movies from The Graduate to American Beauty have been there to point fingers on the lawns of the damned. Watch the trailer for Little Children  (QuickTime)
Bums out suburbanites and makes Oscar happy
By A.S. HAMRAH  |  February 20, 2007

Hard Candy

Pedophilia is no laughing matter, but given David Slade’s melodrama and its contrived twists of revelation and revenge, its somber tone in the face of ridiculous plot turns, you might find it hard to repress a giggle.
She wants revenge
By TOM MEEK  |  April 25, 2006