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2008 Stories by Chuck Wilson

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  • Twilight Pares the Book Down to Essential, Unconsummated Love Story

    published November 19, 2008

    Stephenie Meyer’s wildly popular novel, Twilight—the first in a four-book series about a 17-year-old girl who falls in love with... More >>

  • Bernie Mac's At His Best in Soul Men

    published November 5, 2008

    In Soul Men, actor-comedian Bernie Mac, who passed away in August, plays Floyd Henderson, a present-day car-wash mogul who, back in the... More >>

  • The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

    published November 5, 2008

    During World War II, a Nazi officer (David Thewlis) receives a promotion and moves his wife (Vera Farmiga), teenage daughter (Amber Beattie),... More >>

  • Splinter Offers Lean, Mean Fun

    published October 29, 2008

    In a horror movie, to go on a camping trip is to march toward a certain and grisly death, usually at the hands of an escaped killer or fanged... More >>

  • Saving Marriage

    published October 22, 2008

    Come November 4, Californians will punch their ballot for or against an amendment to the state constitution entitled "Eliminates Rights of... More >>

  • Breakfast With Scot a Funny Adaptation of Michael Downing's 1999 Novel

    published October 8, 2008

    Like a diva in training, 11-year-old Scot (Noah Bernett), spells his name with one "t," wears a feather boa, and isn't shy about kissing boys... More >>

  • Ed Harris Plays It Straight with Appaloosa

    published September 17, 2008

    'Course he's willing to die. You think we do this kinda work 'cause we scared to die?" So speaks Virgil Cole (Ed Harris) about his sidekick... More >>

  • Save Me

    published September 3, 2008

    Save Me's plot sounds like a ripped-from-the-headlines gay play circa five years ago, but the film itself subverts expectation. Mark... More >>

  • Traitor

    published August 27, 2008

    Despite his reputation as that rarest of creatures—a Hollywood intellectual—new evidence suggests that Steve Martin reads . . . prepare... More >>

  • TLA Releasing Presents: 6 Gay Films

    published August 5, 2008

    In a calculated bid to promote its upcoming slate of dvd releases and also prompt urban men to leave the house and support queer cinema, TLA... More >>

  • Devil May Care About Hellboy II

    published July 9, 2008

    Hollywood's Endless Superhero Summer rolls on with the arrival of Hellboy II: The Golden Army from Pan's Labyrinth director... More >>

  • The Take Doesn't Need Theatrics

    published April 8, 2008

    Felix De La Pena (John Leguizamo) is an East L.A. armored-car driver who cares deeply for his wife, Marina (Rosie Perez), and their two kids.... More >>

  • Cover

    published February 19, 2008

    This wackily uneven drama from director Bill Duke opens with Atlanta photographer and housewife Valerie Maas (Aunjanue Ellis) sitting in a... More >>

  • Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins

    published January 29, 2008

    In this overlong but exuberantly performed comedy from writer-director Malcolm D. Lee, Martin Lawrence is R.J. Stevens, a tabloid TV talk-show... More >>

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