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.
'Fruitvale' Stands Out At Sundance
The Film 'Les Miserable' Does The Musical Proud
'Zero Dark Thirty': Taking Bin Laden Down
'The Hobbit' Is 'Solid' But Not 'Exceptional'
In 'Hyde Park On Hudson' Murray Captures FDR
Ken Burns Film Examines 1989 Jogger Case
Great Director Would 'Not Approve' Of 'Hitchcock'
Daniel Day-Lewis 'Simply Becomes Lincoln'
Chess Prodigies Shine In 'Brooklyn Castle'
Family Secret Comes To Light In 'The Flat'
Ben Affleck 'Smartly Directs' His New Movie 'Argo'
Liam Neeson Is The Most Valuable Asset For 'Taken 2'
'Looper' Is 'Wild' And 'Wears Its Crazy Lightly'
Eastwood Returns To Acting With A Baseball Drama