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  • 'She's Funny That Way' review: Not quite funny enough

    'She's Funny That Way' review: Not quite funny enough

    Screwball comedy was already a retro affair when Peter Bogdanovich mastered it in 1972 with "What's Up, Doc?"

  • 'Listen to Me Marlon' presents a candid, introspective Brando

    'Listen to Me Marlon' presents a candid, introspective Brando

    Even in a summer that's focused on creativity, with exceptional documentaries like "Amy" on Amy Winehouse and "What Happened, Miss Simone?" on Nina Simone, "Listen to Me Marlon" stands out. Autobiographical in nature, unconventional in structure, this is the story of Marlon Brando not as the world...

  • 'Learning to Drive' review: Subtle performances from Clarkson, Kingsley

    'Learning to Drive' review: Subtle performances from Clarkson, Kingsley

    "Learning to Drive," not to be confused with the Corey Haim/Corey Feldman vehicle "License to Drive," comes from an autobiographical 2002 New Yorker article by essayist Katha Pollitt. In the magazine piece, later published in a Pollitt collection of stories, the longtime nondriving Manhattan resident...

  • 'Grandma' review: Lily Tomlin shines in story of modern family

    We don't get to choose when or where we fall in love with a performer; sometimes it happens when they're doing Ingmar Bergman, and sometimes it's "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In." Lily Tomlin joined the cast of that cherished relic of a sketch comedy TV show in 1970, and very quickly millions became...

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