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  • DreamWorks Animation stock drops after debut of 'Puss in Boots'

    Shares of Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation dropped Monday after the company's latest film, "Puss in Boots," opened this past weekend to softer-than-expected results. 
  • Film Review: 'Expendables' franchise expands its roll call

    Film Review: 'Expendables' franchise expands its roll call
    It's obvious that a great deal of talent — one might even say genius — went into “The Expendables 3.” I refer, of course, to the work of the lawyers and agents who structured the deals and, even more, of the production people who...

    DVD Review: "Machete Kills" proves a worthy sequel

    DVD Review: "Machete Kills" proves a worthy sequel
    This sequel to Robert Rodriguez's 2010 “Machete” — a semi-retro action vehicle for Danny Trejo — came and went quickly enough last year that I somehow missed it, despite being a big fan of the original and of Trejo. (How big a fan?...

    Low-budget knockoff movies benefit from Hollywood blockbusters

    Low-budget knockoff movies benefit from Hollywood blockbusters
    Last year's "Puss in Boots"was made on the lush 13-acre DreamWorks Animation campus in Glendale by 300 people working for four years at a cost of $130 million. Its knockoff was made on the second floor of an office building just two miles away—...

    Film review: Steven Soderbergh's 'Haywire' puts up a great fight

    Film review: Steven Soderbergh's 'Haywire' puts up a great fight
    Nearly half of Steven Soderbergh's films could be characterized as thrillers or crime films. Within the Soderbergh spectrum, the new “Haywire” falls a lot closer to “The Limey” in terms of tone and focus than to the “Ocean's&...