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Ted Chen and critics Lael Loewenstein, of Variety, and Claudia Puig, of USA Today, review some of the week's new feature films including "Get Smart," "The Love Guru," "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl," and "Brick Lane."
Larry and critics Andy Klein, of CityBeat, Jean Oppenheimer, of Village Voice Media, and Charles Solomon, of amazon.com review some of the week's new feature films including "The Happening," "The Incredible Hulk," "Savage Grace," "Meet Bill," and "The Animation Show 4."
Larry and critics Wade Major, of boxoffice.com and CityBeat, Claudia Puig, of USAToday, and Charles Solomon, of amazon.com review some of the week's new feature films including Kung Fu Panda, You Don't Mess With the Zohan, When Did You Last See Your Father?, and Mongol.
Larry talks with Academy Award winning actor Dustin Hoffman about his role as Honorary Chairman of The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Silent Film Gala, which takes place tomorrow, May 31st, at 8:00 p.m. at UCLA's Royce Hall, and about his career in Hollywood.
David Gilmour's unconventional family memoir, "The Film Club," begins when he was an unemployed movie critic and tried to convince his fifteen-year-old son Jesse to do his homework. When David realized Jesse was disinterested in school, he offered him an unconventional deal: Jesse could drop out, but he must watch three movies a week of his father's choosing. Larry talks with both father and son about what they shared, learned, and how their lives changed through this unusual parenting decision.
Larry and critics Peter Rainer, of The Christian Science Monitor, Claudia Puig, of USA Today, and Charles Solomon, animation critic for amazon.com review some of the week's new feature films including "The Chronicles of Narnia", "Prince Caspian," "Noise," "Roman de Gare," and the documentary "Up the Yangtze."