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November 10, 2011 | By Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
** (out of four) You can't blame the gods for wanting to intervene in human affairs; the perfectly sculpted deities do nothing but sit around in the sky and watch the violent action on the ground. Zeus (Luke Evans), however, insists that law dictates the powerful folks upstairs must stay out of it unless the titans are unleashed, which assumedly happens right after the titans are remembered. Meanwhile, mortal men battle seemingly as a result of having absolutely nothing else to do. We can only wonder how much less fighting there would be if these warriors could just find some other...
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July 19, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
**1/2 (out of four) "Trishna" opens as if it could be an Indian cousin of "The Hangover," as Jay (Riz Ahmed of "Four Lions") and his fellow vacationing dudes either lounge and laugh freely or lay around nursing the night before. Few of the women in this somber story possess the same unencumbered control over their lives. So when Trishna (Freida Pinto of "Slumdog Millionaire") and her father are injured when he falls asleep at the wheel, she would be foolish not to take Jay up on his offer to give her a job at his father's hotel.
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July 19, 2012 | Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
**1/2 (out of four) "Trishna" opens as if it could be an Indian cousin of "The Hangover," as Jay (Riz Ahmed of "Four Lions") and his fellow vacationing dudes either lounge and laugh freely or lay around nursing the night before. Few of the women in this somber story possess the same unencumbered control over their lives. So when Trishna (Freida Pinto of "Slumdog Millionaire") and her father are injured when he falls asleep at the wheel, she would be foolish not to take Jay up on his offer to give her a job at his father's hotel.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 10, 2011 | By Matt Pais and RedEye movie critic
** (out of four) You can't blame the gods for wanting to intervene in human affairs; the perfectly sculpted deities do nothing but sit around in the sky and watch the violent action on the ground. Zeus (Luke Evans), however, insists that law dictates the powerful folks upstairs must stay out of it unless the titans are unleashed, which assumedly happens right after the titans are remembered. Meanwhile, mortal men battle seemingly as a result of having absolutely nothing else to do. We can only wonder how much less fighting there would be if these warriors could just find some other...
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April 28, 2014 | By Matt Pais, @mattpais and RedEye
Is Chicago having a big year at the movies or what? One of the spring's biggest films ("Divergent") was set here, filmed here and based on a book by a local author. Now two of summer's biggest movies, "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and "Jupiter Ascending," plop the city back on giant screens, this time with even bigger stars (Mark Wahlberg and Channing Tatum/Mila Kunis, respectively). Yes, there also are "Spider-Man" and "X-Men" sequels on the way, plus "Guardians of the Galaxy," Angelina Jolie being evil in "Maleficent" and more Shailene Woodley in "The Fault in Our Stars.
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