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Liz Braun, Postmedia Network
Liz Braun has been a Sun reporter for 25 years, all as movies critic. Worked concurrently in TV and radio for 20 years; co-hosted the original On The Arts for CBC National TV, for example and also appeared on Canada AM and various TV talk shows with regard to entertainment news. Previously was a music publicist: national director of publicity for CBS (now Sony) Records and Concert Productions International.
Nobody wants to make a bad movie.
The silly season is upon us. Blockbusters bloom in the month of May and continue all summer long, bringing comic book superheroes, explosive action pictures and the all-important continuing sagas into theatres.
What constitutes family?
Chris Evans is a stand-up guy.
Brains and beauty have always been a given with Scarlett Johansson.
Nietzsche was right — if thou gaze long into a television, the television will also gaze into thee.
Ever think that the blood spatter in that hockey classic, Goon, is a bit much?
What a lark. Disney’s live action Beauty and the Beast has all the thrills and adventure of the animated original, plus some new and entirely hallucinogenic visuals.
One thing about the Oscars can always be predicted with certainty: it will bore the stuffing out of you.
Is it time for the Oscar pool at work?
Winning an Oscar can mean the difference between a big career and a middling one.
Horror and social satire are a great mix.
Anyone who knows Oakville knows the house on Lakeshore Rd. E., near Balsam Dr.
Here’s Cupid, the little furball who could.
While you weren’t looking, Asa Butterfield grew up.
Asghar Farhadi, the first Iranian to ever win an Academy Award, may be barred from attending this year’s Oscar celebration.
April 30 may be remembered as the day the music died — physically speaking.
Take a decaf, lady.
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