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Farber on Film The Complete Film Writings of Manny Farber Edited by Robert Polito Library of America: 824 pp., $40 At this year's Academy Awards, the most incongruous moment came during the "In Memoriam" roll call. Among the distinguished deceased...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTO MILLIONS, James Stewart was Everyman. To Kelly Stewart, he was just Dad. "Dad was a very private person," she says, adding that her father never brought his work home with him. But she got her first inkling of his tremendous popularity at age 6,...
It's a storm in a Stormtrooper's helmet. Lawyers for George Lucas' Lucasfilm Ltd. and a British prop designer faced off in London's High Court Tuesday over rights to the molded white Stormtrooper uniforms from the "Star Wars" films. Standing alongside...
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Charlton Heston, the Oscar-winning actor who achieved stardom playing larger-than-life figures including Moses, Michelangelo and Andrew Jackson and went on to become an unapologetic gun advocate and darling of conservative causes, has died. He was 84....
Special to The TimesIT HAS been a good DVD year for Anthony Mann (1906-67), a longtime critics' favorite often considered one of Hollywood's most underrated directors. Mann's relatively low name recognition might have something to do with the ease with which he slipped from...
Zap2It.comIn "Seraphim Falls," a hugely absorbing period manhunt drama from first-time director David Von Ancken, Liam Neeson plays an embittered Southerner chasing former Union Army officer Pierce Brosnan all over kingdom come. Along the way, they bump up...
Sun Movie CriticPART I -- A Veterans Reunion After watching Francis Coppola's newly restored, 197-minute Apocalypse Now Redux, it is a shock to show up at a New York hotel room and see the actors who played sailors dressed in civvies. I had been prepared to conduct...
Times Staff WriterHalf a century ago, James Stewart, at that point the most beloved of American leading men, decided it was time for something completely different. In a series of bitter, disturbing, early-1950s westerns directed by Anthony Mann--"Winchester '73," "The...
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