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Jake Gyllenhaal and Oona Laurence in "Southpaw." (Scott Garfield/The Weinstein Company/TNS)

‘Southpaw’ lands a few punches, misses most

Antoine Fuqua isn’t a bad director. He’s always had the ability to shoot scenes in new and exciting ways. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for his newest film, “Southpaw.” The opening scene is the film’s best. Billy Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal), beaten, … [Read More...]

Kentucky filmmaker Kimberly Levin's "Runoff" plays at the Kentucky Theater from Friday, July 24 through the end of the month. Photo provided by Kathy Bates, post production art supervisor for "Runoff."

Kentucky native’s new film “Runoff” sparkles

The best movies are the ones that revolve around human experiences. When it’s something the director is pulling straight from his or her own experience – even better. That’s the case of Kentucky native and successful filmmaker Kimberly Levin, whose new film … [Read More...]

Author Harper Lee, who wrote "To Kill a Mockingbird," is pictured at the Stage Coach Cafe in Stockton, Ala., in August 2001. The surprise sequel, "Go Set a Watchman," will be published July 13. (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Harper Lee deserves our trust

Legendary recluse Harper Lee released a follow-up Tuesday to the only book she ever wrote. Whether she didn’t want the publicity or the criticism that comes with releasing another book, Lee only published the classic To Kill a Mockingbird. But 55 years … [Read More...]