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  • Elsie P. Bradley

    April 3, 2008

  • Film fest MOVIES: 'Natural' party opens film fest One of the best parts of filming “The Natural” for Craig Stonebraker was seeing the filmmakers play God for an afternoon.

    March 26, 2008 1 Photo

  • MOVIES: ’Whos’ on first again at box office Audiences are still listening to Horton and his Who pals.

    “Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who,” 20th Century Fox’s animated adaptation of the beloved children’s book, remained the top movie for a second straight weekend with $25.1 million.

    March 24, 2008

  • Natural MOViES: Buffalo Niagara Film Festival looks to build Local film fans have something to look forward to next week. The Buffalo Niagara Film Festival is back.

    March 21, 2008 1 Photo

  • MOVIES: 'Who' rules the box office On the heels of a ubiquitous ad campaign and positive reviews, “Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!” enjoyed the biggest debut of the year by taking in $45.1 million, according to studio estimates from box office trackers Nielsen EDI.

    March 17, 2008

  • Horton MOVIES: Spring movie season set to begin The weather outside may not reflect it just yet, but when it comes to movie season, spring has sprung.

    March 12, 2008 1 Photo

  • LANE: Many movies stories don't need to be retold Despite repeated historical precedent, filmmakers continue to think they can do things better than their predecessors.

    March 12, 2008

  • MOVIES: ‘10,000 B.C.’ leads box-office hunt Movie-goers went hunting for their inner caveman as they sat in the dark for the prehistoric adventure “10,000 B.C.,” which led the weekend box office with $35.7 million, according to studio estimates.

    March 10, 2008

  • MOVIES: Possible Redford visit tops film fest schedule A possible appearance by Robert Redford and horror/science fiction night at North Tonawanda’s Riviera Theatre highlight the schedule of the second annual Buffalo Niagara Film Festival, which was announced last week.

    February 27, 2008

  • OSCARS: 'No Country' wins big Two of the most imaginatively twisted minds in modern film, Joel and Ethan Coen, completed their journey from the fringes to Hollywood’s mainstream on Sunday as their crime saga “No Country for Old Men” won a leading four Academy Awards, including best picture.

    February 25, 2008

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