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'Appaloosa' should keep the horses, lose the girl - Raleigh News & Observer

By germanifa01 - October 3rd, 2008, 5:08, Category: General



Viggo Mortensen, left, and Ed Harris star in 'Appaloosa,' a Western that doesn't quite do everything right. No sound lightens a moviegoer's heart more than pounding hoofbeats before the opening credits. A Western is about to begin, and, if everything

GONE WITH THE WINDSHIELD-WIPER LAWSUIT - New York Post
caliber glow as an inventor fighting the system in "Flash of Genius." Currently in first-rate form as a sarcastic spirit in the comedy "Ghost Town," Kinnear shows off his versatility and dramatic chops as Robert Kearns, a Detroit professor who's

Upholding law and order in 'Appaloosa' - Baltimore Sun
The tang of good old-fashioned Westerns only improves with time. Appaloosa , a story of two lawmen who clean up the title town at some personal cost, goes down like a single-malt aged for 25 years - since that last defiantly traditional big-screen

Director Marc Abraham tells story of common man with 'Genius' - Baltimore Sun
John Seabrook, the author of the original New Yorker story about Bob Kearns, the inventor of the intermittent windshield wiper, loves the movie adaptation with the same name, Flash of Genius . It retains every pungent line Seabrook put on paper, no

Obituary: Mario Melodia / Dancer-teacher who was mentor to many - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Mario Melodia gave up a promising Broadway career but still was able to have it all back in Pittsburgh. The North Side native returned to his hometown and his best friend, June, whom he married shortly after appearing in "Brigadoon." In the ensuing