Owen Gleiberman, provided by Published 7:35 pm PST, Friday, March 1, 2019 Photo: Clay Enos Photo: Clay Enos Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Clay Enos The Encore Edition of ‘A Star Is Born’: More Isn’t Less, But It’s Not More Either 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Releasing alternate or expanded versions of big-hit movies into theaters isn’t a new idea. The first one I remember seeing was “Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Special Edition,” which opened in the late summer of 1980, three years after the original. The new version was a pet project of Steven Spielberg, who had to rush to finish the original film and wasn’t … [Read more...] about The Encore Edition of ‘A Star Is Born’: More Isn’t Less, But It’s Not More Either
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By Robert Lewis and Jason Paladino | PUBLISHED: February 26, 2019 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: February 27, 2019 at 4:46 am Their crimes ranged from shoplifting to embezzlement to murder. Some of them molested kids and downloaded child pornography. Others beat their wives, girlfriends or children. The one thing they had in common: a badge. Thousands of California law enforcement officers have been convicted of a crime in the past decade, according to records released by a public agency that sets standards for officers in the Golden State. The revelations are alarming, but the state’s top cop says Californians don’t have a right to see them. In fact, Attorney General Xavier Becerra warned two Berkeley-based reporters that simply possessing this never-before-publicly-released list of convicted cops is a violation of the law. The California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training — known as POST — provided the information last month in response to routine … [Read more...] about California keeps a secret list of criminal cops, but says you can’t have it
POLITICS 12/22/2018 04:00 pm ET It took an immigrant to make the ultimate American movie. By Zach Carter “It’s A Wonderful Life” was supposed to mark Frank Capra’s triumphant return to Hollywood. After four years making war films with the Army, he was running his own movie studio on his own terms and had crafted an intensely personal statement with his latest film ― an expression of everything the Sicilian immigrant loved about his adopted country. He called it “my kind of film for my kind of people.” But the people, it seemed, had spurned him. “It’s A Wonderful Life”lost roughly $500,000 at the box office, a staggering sum for a director who began his tenure at Columbia Pictures on films budgeted at $18,000 a flick. The critics were unimpressed. The New York Times called it “too sticky,” a “figment of simple Pollyanna platitudes.” The New Yorker ruled Capra’s sentimental dialogue … [Read more...] about It’s A Wonderful Life: The Miraculous Origins Of A Christmas Classic
Antonia Noori Farzan, The Washington Post Published 4:19 am PDT, Thursday, November 1, 2018 A protester holds her hands up in front of a police car in Ferguson, Missouri, on November 25, 2014 during demonstrations a day after violent protests and looting following the grand jury decision in the fatal shooting of a 18-year-old black teenager Michael Brown. less A protester holds her hands up in front of a police car in Ferguson, Missouri, on November 25, 2014 during demonstrations a day after violent protests and looting following the grand jury decision in the fatal ... more Photo: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images A protester takes shelter from smoke billowing around him Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014, in Freguson, Mo. Protests in the St. Louis suburb rocked by racial unrest since a white police officer shot an unarmed black teenager to death turned violent Wednesday night, with some people lobbing Molotov cocktails … [Read more...] about Police are investigating the death of a Ferguson protester’s son as a suicide. His mother insists he was lynched.
By Craig Hlavaty Updated 3:18 pm CDT, Tuesday, October 16, 2018 PHOTOS: The Astros in the postseason Houston Astros George Springer (4) watches from the dugout during the fifth inning of Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, in Boston. >>See more photos from the team's 2018 playoff run so far... less PHOTOS: The Astros in the postseason Houston Astros George Springer (4) watches from the dugout during the fifth inning of Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park on Sunday, Oct. 14, ... more Photo: Brett Coomer/Staff Photographer Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve (27) hits a RBI single during the ninth inning of Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, in Boston. Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve (27) hits a RBI single during the ninth inning of Game … [Read more...] about Bases loaded with new grub at Minute Maid Park