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Review: Book 'Wild and Crazy Guys' stars '80s film funnymen
Wild and Crazy Guys: How the Comedy Mavericks of the '80s Changed Hollywood Forever" (Crown Archetype), by Nick de Semlyen
31 mins ago | AP site

Review: Love your neighbor? Not in Louise Candlish's novel
Those People" by Louise Candlish (Berkley)
20 hrs ago | AP site

Review: Hollywood Vampires rise again on great 2nd album
Hollywood Vampires, "Rise" (earMUSIC)
21 hrs ago | AP site

Author forcefully builds the tension in 'Those People
Those People" (Berkley), by Louise Candlish
1 day ago | AP site

Music Review: Willie Nelson's latest is relaxed, joyous
Willie Nelson, "Ride Me Back Home" (Sony Legacy)
1 day ago | AP site

Book Review: Celebrating the songs of America
Songs of America" (Random House), by Jon Meacham and Tim McGraw
1 day ago | AP site

Review: Texas band Los Coast dabbles joyously on funky debut
Los Coast, "Samsara" (New West)
4 days ago | AP site

Madonna offers a needy, trying-too-hard mess of an album
Madonna, "Madame X" (Interscope)
4 days ago | AP site

Review: In the joyous 'Toy Story 4,' the toys evolve too
It's futile to ask "why more" in the movie business, but it's hard not to go in a little suspicious of a fourth "Toy Story." The trilogy was so perfect.
5 days ago | AP site

Review: Toxic masculinity in a sitcom package in 'Shaft
The latest "Shaft," which adds a new generation of bad mother------- to the mix, is not what you might expect. It's not gritty or raw or even attempting to be all that cool. Instead it maintains intoxicatingly upbeat sitcom-style energy, with gentrification jokes, generational jabs (mostly at the expense of millennials) and Samuel L.
5 days ago | AP site

Review: 'Men in Black' returns, a little worse for wear
Would any fictional gadget be more coveted by Hollywood executives than the memory-erasing "Men in Black" neuralyzer? Imagine the lucrative benefits of being able to, with a single flash, make moviegoers forget the film they just saw. Franchises would be endlessly renewable. IP could last forever.
6 days ago | AP site

Review: 'Men in Black' returns, a little worse for wear
Would any fictional gadget be more coveted by Hollywood executives than the memory-erasing "Men in Black" neuralyzer? Imagine the lucrative benefits of being able to, with a single flash, make moviegoers forget the film they just saw. Franchises would be endlessly renewable. IP could last forever.
6 days ago | AP site

Review: Jarmusch's zombies aren't as sexy as his vampires
Six years ago, Jim Jarmusch made a movie about vampires. "Only Lovers Left Alive" was beautifully textured, ingeniously detailed and intoxicatingly moody. Plus it had the sexiest vampire couple you'd ever meet Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston, the latter of which hated humans and referred to them as "zombies.
6 days ago | AP site

Review: 'The Maze' could be a breakthrough for Ariana Gillis
Ariana Gillis, "The Maze" (Ariana Gillis)
7 days ago | AP site

Music Review: X Ambassadors return right where they left off
X Ambassadors, "Orion" (Interscope/KIDinaKORNER)
7 days ago | AP site

Review: Lukas Nelson wants listeners to turn off the news
Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, "Turn Off the News (Build A Garden)" (Fantasy Records)
7 days ago | AP site

Review: A detective pursues justice in 'One Small Sacrifice
One Small Sacrifice (a Thriller)" (Thomas & Mercer), by Hilary Davidson.
8 days ago | AP site

Music Review: 'Western Stars' new path for Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen, "Western Stars" (Columbia)
8 days ago | AP site