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Chris Sizemore, whose multiple personality disorder was filmed as 'The Three Faces of Eve,' dies at 89

Because of the stigma attached to mental illness, Sizemore retreated from publicity and lived anonymously for much of her life in Northern Virginia while raising a family.

Movie moms are cartoonish caricatures in shoddy film

Movie moms are cartoonish caricatures in shoddy film

The moms are cartoonish caricatures, and the emotions ring hollow.

Woody Allen's 'Cafe Society' seems very familiar

Woody Allen's 'Cafe Society' seems very familiar

Maybe Woody Allen waited too long to make “Cafe Society“; it seems, weirdly, to be an uninspired remake of itself.

‘Nerve’ is thrilling, jittery internet game gone wild

‘Nerve’ is thrilling, jittery internet game gone wild

The film is “Mr. Robot” meets “Battle Royale” with a dash of the stylistic wackiness of Luc Besson’s “Lucy.”

'Bourne' again: Lone wolf returns with action from today’s headlines

'Bourne' again: Lone wolf returns with action from today’s headlines

It turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks.

'Ab Fab' makes a wickedly funny return

'Ab Fab' makes a wickedly funny return

This outlandish, flamboyant British trifle is like a glass of champagne directly to the face of these dog days of a very trying summer.

'Hunt for the Wilderpeople' worth searching out

'Hunt for the Wilderpeople' worth searching out

Add this to your list of movies to see this month. Actually, make it first on the lineup.

Latest 'Ice Age' disappoints

Latest 'Ice Age' disappoints

Fourteen years after the first "Ice Age" animated film was a hit, the fifth installment in the franchise, "Ice Age: Collision Course," rolls into theaters. Is it inevitable?

'Lights Out' will make you afraid of the dark if you weren't already

'Lights Out' will make you afraid of the dark if you weren't already

David F. Sandberg's excellent horror flick "Lights Out" is a film about common fears and universal phobias; about things that go bump in the night, and exist only in the dark.

New ‘Star Trek’ a little too familiar

New ‘Star Trek’ a little too familiar

After its impressive “Star Trek” reboot and entertaining sequel, Paramount Pictures faces the inevitable moment when a longtime meal ticket begins to deliver leftovers.

Garry Marshall, creator of 'Happy Days' and director of 'Pretty Woman,' dead at 81

Garry Marshall, creator of 'Happy Days' and director of 'Pretty Woman,' dead at 81

Marshall created some of the most enduring and seminal sitcoms, including "Happy Days," "Laverne & Shirley" and "Mork & Mindy." He also transformed Neil Simon's play "The Odd Couple" into yet another hit sitcom for ABC.

Kid movie critic now grown and ready for college

Kid movie critic now grown and ready for college

Jackson Murphy, also known as Lights Camera Jackson, was only 8 years old when he first appeared on the YNN cable news channel in 2008. Now the award-winning kid critic is all grown up.

Cranston gets bad again for role in 'The Infiltrator'

Cranston gets bad again for role in 'The Infiltrator'

In “The Infiltrator,“ it’s impossible to not see Bryan Cranston's performance through the lens of "Breaking Bad" character Walter White.

Female 'Ghostbusters' answer the call superbly in remake

Female 'Ghostbusters' answer the call superbly in remake

"Ghostbusters” is back, with its impossibly jaunty theme song bouncing away in my head again like it’s 1984. (Just try not to bop up and down when you hear that song.) Except it’s 2016, and the Ghostbusters now are women — Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones.

Turns out ‘Tickled’ is no laughing matter

A crafty, unsettling bait-and-switch of a movie, the documentary “Tickled” sends viewers down a disquieting rabbit hole, into corners of the internet, economic desperation and the human psyche that grow darker with every turn and twist.

From first to worst: Ranking Spielberg's 28 movies

From first to worst: Ranking Spielberg's 28 movies

Alfred Hitchcock, after seeing “Jaws,” said that young Steven Spielberg “is the first one of us who doesn’t see the proscenium arch.”

‘Pets’ have a lot of secrets in enjoyable film

‘Pets’ have a lot of secrets in enjoyable film

A movie about what pets do during the day is a winning premise. Of course we want to know what those adorable creatures with whom we share our lives are up to, and so “The Secret Life of Pets” is here to explore those possibilities.

Musicians of many cultures share life on the road

Typical of so much video associated with the beloved, charismatic cellist Yo-Yo Ma, “The Music of Strangers” is full of humanitarian philosophy and picturesque shots of artist and cello in exotic locales.

‘Mike and Dave’ need a better movie

‘Mike and Dave’ need a better movie

Although the premise is spelled out right there in the title, “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” makes very little sense.

Shaker High grads having fun with ‘Mike and Dave’

Shaker High grads having fun with ‘Mike and Dave’

Back in February of 2013, Menands natives and Shaker High graduates Mike and Dave Stangle sought out dates for a cousin’s upcoming wedding by heading to Craigslist.

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