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.
'Red Army' Profiles How Cold War Played Out On Ice
'Blackhat' Offers Fictionalized Version Of Cyberterrorism
Movie Review: 'Song Of The Sea'
'A Most Violent Year' Captures You And Doesn't Let Go
'Unbroken' Skips Over Louis Zamperini's Post-War Struggles
To Enjoy 'Exodus,' Don't Take It As Seriously As It Takes Itself
Stalked By A Fiend Worse Than Any Elm Street Nightmare
Mathematician's Story Is Dramatic Enough For The Big Screen
'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Opens Where 'Catching Fire' Ended
Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater': The Serious Side Of Comedy
'Interstellar' Is Christopher Nolan's Space-Time Epic
Review: Gyllenhaal's 'Nightcrawler' Is Pulp With A Purpose
Message From Documentary 'Citizenfour': Be Afraid (Of Surveillance)
Starring In 'Fury': The Horrors That People Are Capable Of In War
Journalist Gary Webb's Story Told In 'Kill The Messenger'