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There is much to envy about actress Beverly D'Angelo: ageless beauty, a Hollywood career of lasting duration, the fact that the hunky Al Pacino parked his slippers at her front door for years and that she owns a 1920s Spanish-style gem of a house in...
Special to The TimesVeteran independent animator Bill Plympton relishes the grotesque, often as concealed within the beautiful. His fifth feature is "Hair High," a 1950s teen horror-romance, safely stocked with all the expected components — but as reflected through his...
Zap2It.comJack Black, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and a returning Sideshow Bob will help animate the 19th season of "The Simpsons" this fall. The long-running FOX show has signed up another eclectic roster of guest voices for 2007-08, starting off with Lionel...
Zap2It.comAfter appearing in three films with Jack Black, Colin Hanks is happy to co-star opposite a Playboy bunny, even a fake one. The actor has joined "Scary Movie" star Anna Faris in an untitled comedy that combines Playboy bunnies and college co-eds for...
Zap2It.comNikki Cox is ready to go under the knife for CBS' plastic surgery comedy pilot "Fugly." Also snagging pilot roles for CBS are Beverly D'Angelo and Amber Valetta. "Fugly" comes from "My Name Is Earl" creator Greg Garcia and focuses on three siblings --...
Zap2It.comFully recovered, apparently, from her WB sitcom "Twins," Melanie Griffith is set to return to the small screen. According to the industry trades, Griffith will take a guest starring role in the CBS musical drama pilot "Viva Laughlin," a part that could...
Times Staff WriterWith "King of the Corner," Peter Riegert, an accomplished portrayer of seemingly ordinary men, has created a perfect fit for himself and a raft of other fine actors. Gerald Shapiro wrote with Riegert this warm and wise comedy of middle-age malaise, and...
Times Staff WriterAlong with vacationers, Cape Cod in summertime draws college baseball all-stars who have won a coveted spot on the more-than-a-century-old Cape Cod League--and that in turn attracts pro scouts. In the overly complicated and often heavy-handed "Summer...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday March 20, 1998 Kids today, so spoiled. Conditioned to special-effects-laden movies like "Mouse Hunt" and "The Borrowers," they may have little use for such a shockingly low-tech movie like "A Rat's Tale," a marionette-driven story that will...
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TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday October 28, 1998 The mischievous shenanigans of director Tony Kaye have created a considerable show-biz fuss over "American History X," his debut film that depicts neo-Nazi racism infecting one man's family. As often happens in Hollywood,...
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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday August 6, 1999 John Turturro's "Illuminata," a rhapsodic celebration of love and life in the theater, is about as close to an all-out art film in the grand traditional manner as an American movie ever gets, recalling such films as Max Ophuls'...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 17, 1999 "Sugar Town," a light, wry take on the slippery slopes of the local contemporary music scene, reunites Allison Anders and Kurt Voss, who with cinematographer Dean Lent made "Border Radio," a gritty 1988 gem that exuded an...
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