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.
'Hamlet 2': Something Deliriously Rotten
'Vicky Cristina Barcelona': Woody Allen, Uninspired
French Thriller 'Tell No One' Gains Momentum In U.S.
A 'Frozen River,' Treacherous And Deep
'The Dark Knight': Through Shadows And Hype
'Hellboy II,' Doing Justice To Comics (And Baddies)
Up In The Air: It's 'Hancock,' Crashing And Burning
'Wall-E': A Robot Love Story with Heart to Spare
'Get Smart': Still Inept, But in All the Wrong Ways
Marvel's 'Incredible Hulk' Beefy But Doesn't Satisfy
'Caspian' Recaptures Galloping Magic of 'Narnia'
Summer's Blockbuster Films Seem Promising
Elementally Flawed 'Iron Man' Not Striking Sparks
'Forbidden Kingdom' Is a Doofy Union for Chan, Li
Elderly Rock Singers Put on a Good Show