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.
Spies Like Us: 'Duplicity' Doubles Down On Deceit
Misery And Muses On 'The Edge Of Love'
Comics Heroes Who Should've Stayed On The Page
'Crossing Over': Like 'Crash,' Without The Subtlety
3-D Filmmaking Comes Of Age In Stunning 'Coraline'
'Taken' Lightly: An Unintentionally Funny Abduction
Tale Of 'Defiance' Among The Third Reich's Targets
In 'Benjamin Button,' A Curiously Chilly Passion
'The Wrestler': Low Blows, But No Punches Pulled
Baz Luhrmann, Dreaming Big In 'Australia'
'Twilight': For Teens, A Swooningly Risky Romance
Bond's New Villain? He's A Gift In 'Christmas Tale'
In 'Stranded,' Survival As A Team Effort
Movie-Reality Check: How Real Is 'Real,' Anyway?