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The Swampby Mark Silva It's been a rough week for Michael Steele. First the Republican National Commitee chairman, flouting the tabu of never revealing the ending of a plot in a good movie review, conceded that his party will not retake......
First, a favor: Can you please abandon your perusal of this page for just a second or so? In that interval, we would appreciate it if you could glance at your hand. Right or left. Doesn't matter. Just a glance. We'll wait. Thanks. You saw, we assume,...
“The Stockholm Octavo,” by Karen Engelman, Ecco, 410 pages, $26.99. Emil Larssen has a civil service position during the final years of King Gustav III, who was assassinated in 1793. Larssen receives 10 percent of the value of all illegal...
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"The Racketeer" by John Grisham, Doubleday, 340 pages, $28.95. Malcolm Bannister, a former attorney, is now serving a 10-year sentence in federal prison for racketeering. He was innocent. His wife divorced him and he is afraid that his 6-year-old son...
The one art house cinema in town to regularly spotlight the work of local filmmakers, the Siskel Film Center, brings back a handful of its more popular Chicago-made films of the last year, including "Band of Sisters," the documentary about nuns' views...
Years after Ben Affleck directed critical and commercial successes “Gone Baby Gone” and “The Town,” many stories still peg the director/actor’s latest effort “Argo” as a comeback. “That narrative has been...
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“I can imagine a young actor having a leading role in this big action movie saying, ‘What do you mean? You’re casting me but you want to change my face?’” says Rian Johnson of his awesome sci-fi thriller “Looper,&...
**1/2 (out of four) Ruthlessly pursuing a billionaire he’s sure deserves to be punished, detective Bryer (Tim Roth) laments, “He does not get to walk just because he’s on CNBC.” Frustration toward the invincibility of the rich...
Rather than watch the Luvabulls perform during a break in the action at Saturday’s Bulls-Boston Celtics game, one twenty-something Celtics fan sitting front row at the United Center turned around and pointed his camera at Ron Howard, who was sitting...
"The Lifeboat" by Charlotte Rogan, A Reagan Arthur Book/Little, Brown & Co., 288 pages, $24.99. It is 1914, two years after the sinking of the Titanic. Grace Winter, Hannah West and Ursula Grant are on trial for murder. Grace, the narrator, is 22. She...
Early on in the derivative but fairly absorbing blur titled "Safe House,"set in Cape Town, South Africa, Denzel Washington's Tobin Frost, a spy in from the cold, is brought to a Central Intelligence Agency safe house so that he can be asked a few...
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