Kenneth Turan Kenneth Turan is the film critic for the Los Angeles Times and NPR's Morning Edition, as well as the director of the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes.
'Senna' Captures Racing Legend's Personality
Special Effects Gone Ape In 'Rise'
Gleeson Shines As Irish Anti-Hero Cop In 'The Guard'
'Captain America' Unexpectedly A Humble Hero
Last 'Potter' Movie Is One Of The Best
'Larry Crowne' Is 'Hollow And Unconvincing'
'Cars 2' Uses 3D Better Than Most Live Action Films
'Green Lantern' Is A Far-Fetched Superhero Flick
'Super 8' Leaves Little To Get Excited About
'Submarine' Examines Teenage Boy's Coming Of Age
Werner Herzog's 'Cave Of Forgotten Dreams'
Romance Doesn't Show Up In 'Water For Elephants'
'Source Code,' A Sci-Fi Version Of 'Groundhog Day'
'Win Win' Is A Victory For Writer-Director McCarthy
Damon, Blunt Shine In 'Adjustment Bureau'