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Stars turn up to honor screen legends

A constellation of stars gathered in Hollywood for an off-camera celebration of four stalwart film talents.

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Starry crowd celebrates honorary Academy Awards

From left, Reese Witherspoon, Jean-Marc Vallee and Laura Dern arrive at the 6th annual Governors Awards at the Hollywood and Highland Center on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014 in Los Angeles. AP

A constellation of stars gathered in Hollywood for an off-camera celebration of four stalwart film talents.

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Review: ‘Alexander’ a snappy, benign comedy

In this image released by Disney, Ed Oxenbould appears in a scene from the film, " Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day." AP

Given its premise, “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” could have been a lot more horrible and no good than it is. In fact, at a quick 82 minutes, this straight-arrow family comedy about a day when misfortune comes to visit and stays awhile goes down relatively painlessly if one considers the repetitive nature of the pranks and pitfalls and the predictable message about family togetherness prevailing over adversity; just think, gang, we could be living in Syria.

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Simmons, Carell, Gyllenhaal stand out in Toronto entries

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JK SIMMONS is an Oscar front-runner as a mercurial, cantankerous college jazz band instructor in “Whiplash.”

JK Simmons is one of the actors who should be dusting off his tux for the awards season, based on the entries we saw ahead of the Toronto International Film Festival, which opened yesterday. In director Damien Chazelle’s “Whiplash,” one of the best films we’ve seen so far this year, JK is terrific as a “terror” college jazz band instructor.

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It’s the comedy, silly

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CARELL. The thrill is gone.

Steve Carell is a certified comedy star, but his career hasn’t been all that stellar of late. Take his latest film, “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.” It’s supposed to be a satire on magicians and the entire overdone and over-hyped prestidigitation industry on TV and in Las Vegas—especially the over-the-top performers who make entire elephants and the Eiffel Tower itself disappear in front of televiewers’ amazed and unbelieving eyes!

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