Our movie guru offers his picks for this year’s Best Oscar Pix

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For the shortest month in the calendar, we ask a lot of February. It’s devoted to love, and to commemorating our great presidents, and...

Film Fare with M.V. Moorhead

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Now in theaters, and the leader in this year’s Oscar nominations: The Revenant; Norm of the North

He’s back. . .and a secret admirer comes out of hiding

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Much as I would like to avoid any weary reference to his famous Terminator catchphrase: He’s back. After a 10-year hiatus from starring roles so...

Filmmaker’s stunt turns into winning formula for ‘Pride and Prejudice’—and Zombies—spin-off

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Back in 2009 Jane Austen collaborated with another young writer. A fellow named Seth Grahame-Smith added cannibal ghouls and martial arts action scenes to Austen’s 1813 masterpiece Pride and Prejudice, and called the results Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

Diversions…No classic this, but great cast lends vibrancy to ‘The Star’

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The hero of this animated comedy is a donkey named Bo.

Library staff’s reading, listening favorites could be yours, too

Editor’s note: A new feature from the Tempe Public Library, this periodic contribution offers staff members’ personal suggestions, including fiction and nonfiction, as well...

Dr. Seuss spinoff ‘The Lorax’ doesn’t conceal its bias

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For those unfamiliar with The Lorax, the 1971 children’s book on which the new film Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax is based: It’s an environmentalist parable...

Despite its rough edges, ‘Love’ really may be all you need

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He’s been a natty and impressively businesslike 007; he’s dutifully played supporting parts in stuff like Mrs. Doubtfire and The Mirror Has Two Faces;...

Penguins: They’re back

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2006’s Happy Feet was a truly crazy movie, a blend of Pixar-style animation, Bollywood musical and a streak of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. Set...

Rising country-pop singer makes a new home in the Valley

Whitney Fenimore has been watched by 15 million pairs of eyeballs on national television. She’s sung in front of Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton. She got to hear Adam Levine from Maroon 5 call her voice “powerful” in front of a studio audience.
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