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.
'The Interpreter': Intelligent but Too Ambitious
Re-release of 'Major Dundee' Closer to Peckinpah's Vision
'Lipstick & Dynamite,' Grappling with the Truth
French Film Is Well Worth a 'Look'
Enigmatic Dad, Precocious Daughter: 'Jack and Rose'
'Best of Youth' Was Worth the Wait
Israeli Film 'Walk on Water' Tackles Social Issues
Film Documents Wild Parrots in San Francisco
German Film 'Downfall' Mulls Hitler's Last Days
'Lost Embrace' Explores Argentinean Jewish Quarter
Turan: 'Head-On' a Bittersweet Love Story
'Born into Brothels' an Unsentimental, Inspired Success
Documentaries Best Bet at Crowded Sundance
Quaid, Grace, Johansson Make for 'Good Company'