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Topic - You Don'T Know Jack
"Jack Reacher" is a throwback action thriller — taut and muscular, gruff and cool. Based on Lee Child's 2005 novel, "One Shot," it offers viewers familiar but forgotten action pleasures: directorial competence, a screenplay with just enough wit, an honest-to-goodness movie star and supporting actors who hold their own.
Baltimore boy Barry Levinson likes telling insider stories, whether about his beloved hometown or one of the most notorious crime families in America.
Al Pacino is telling a new mob family story, joining John Travolta for the crime saga "Gotti: Three Generations."
Nominees for the 17th annual Screen Actors Guild awards:
The Los Angeles court system is the center of a dispute over a budgetary crisis that threatens its ability to serve the public.