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.
Who Knew? Honest Abe Rid The World Of The Undead
Don't Think, Just Enjoy Bawdy 'Rock Of Ages'
Will 'Prometheus' Top 'Alien' Or 'Blade Runner'?
'Amour' Captures Buzz At Cannes Film Festival
'Avengers' Usher In Summer Blockbuster Movies
Stop Motion Animation Brings 'Band Of Misfits' Alive
'Marley' Has Great Music, Remarkable Personal Story
Get Your Geek On With 'Comic-Con Episode IV'
'Bully' Examines Students Targeted By Their Peers
Passion Is The Heroine In 'The Deep Blue Sea'
'Footnote' Takes On Ambition, Father-Son Rivalry
Review: 'Salmon Fishing In The Yemen'
'Lorax' Speaks Loud, Clear And Green For Trees
Real Navy SEALs Star In 'Act Of Valor'
Borrowers' Tiny World Comes Alive In 'Arrietty'