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Stars say it with T-shirts

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GAGA, BANKS, KUNIS AND LONGORIA. “Mural” of personal and societal concerns.

One of our pet notions is that the ordinary T-shirt has evolved from being just a piece of clothing, and has become the modern-day equivalent of the “sandwich board” of yore, which was used to advertise restaurants, products and such.

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3 tragic tales converge in absorbing drama

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NEESON. Prismatic view of love, relationships and responsibility.

Paul Haggis is a relatively new filmmaker, but his movies have won more than their share of awards. Among his enviable feats are the consecutive Best Picture victories at the Oscars of two of his films, “Million Dollar Baby” in 2004 and “Crash” in 2005. That’s why, when we heard that his latest film, “Third Person,” was about to play in town, we hastened to track it down before it vanished from local screens, as nonblockbuster productions are only too readily wont to do.

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Mila Kunis jokes about engagement with Tatum

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Mila Kunis joined her co-star Channing Tatum to promote their movie “Jupiter Ascending” at CinemaCon but deftly deflected questions about her reported engagement to Ashton Kutcher.

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Raimi reimagines wonder-full world of ‘Oz’

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RAIMI. Takes advantage of the film medium’s enhanced visual brilliance.

The original “Wizard of Oz” movie starring Judy Garland is one of the film gems we’ve watched over and over through the years. So, when we heard that Sam Raimi was megging its “prequel,” “Oz the Great and Powerful,” we wondered if the new film would measure up to the vaulting achievement of the original production. After all, it had it all—great visuals, imaginative storytelling, lovable characters, plus Garland’s endearing portrayal and musical numbers. —Why remake or “prequel” it at all?

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Surprisingly quotable Sam Raimi

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RAIMI. Candid about his casting choices. photo: ruben v. nepales

Over the years that we’ve interviewed filmmaker Sam Raimi, he came across as an earnest, almost formal man who was always dressed in a suit with a neck or bow tie. In our recent talk with the director of three “Spider-Man” movies and the “Evil Dead” series, he surprised us by being very quotable.

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