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  • The Valley Line: LCHS student appears in 'Amazing Spider-Man 2'; Flintridge Guild of Children's Hospital benefit

    The Valley Line: LCHS student appears in 'Amazing Spider-Man 2'; Flintridge Guild of Children's Hospital benefit
    I dragged myself through the hot spell we had last week that arrived way too soon. It was torture for me, who hates heat. Some people tried to make me feel better by saying, "Oh, but a least it's not humid." Sorry folks, that is hardly a consolation prize — it was still too dang hot!
  • The Valley Line: 'The Help' gets a local showing

    Whoever heard of June Gloom in August? Most of the television weather people were chattering last week about the cloudy mornings, calling the weather some kind of phenomenon. Of course by the time you read this column, the clouds will be gone and it will...

    Film Review: Just leave 'Amazing' out of it

    Film Review: Just leave 'Amazing' out of it
    Presumably to avoid confusion, Sony has added the words "The Amazing" to the titles of its current Spider-Man series. What? He wasn't amazing the first time around? Was Tobey Maguire the Meh Spider-Man? This rebranding feels like a defensive gesture,...

    Film review: 'Gangster Squad' is no 'Chinatown'

    Film review: 'Gangster Squad' is no 'Chinatown'
    It's hard to resist Los Angeles-based films noir -- "Chinatown," "Kiss Me Deadly," "The Big Sleep" being only a few of the best -- but "Gangster Squad" is a bit more resistible than most. Director Ruben Fleischer and screenwriter Will Beall have morphed...

    Film review: Latest 'Spider-Man' is diverting, but not amazing

    Film review: Latest 'Spider-Man' is diverting, but not amazing
    If it seems like only a few years since we thrilled to director Sam Raimi's “Spider-Man” trilogy, well ... that's because it was. Raimi's films were released in 2002, 2004, and 2007. After a mere five years, Sony is starting all over again....