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The Killers’ new single, “Here With Me,” gets a sweetly morbid boost from director Tim Burton, who shot his second video for the Las Vegas band. In the video, actor Craig Roberts, affecting his best Bud Cort-meets-Tony Perkins...
Tags: Music, Tim Burton, Winona Ryder, Brandon Flowers, Entertainment
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelOrlando and the Enzian lost its local gay and lesbisan film festival a couple of years ago. But Saturday, Cinematique Daytona steps into the void with a day of gay and lesbian-themed features and documentaries. OneDaytona is behind this GLBT Film Fest,...
KIAHIt's nothing but open space, and we should use it!! What I propose is a Texas size, world class indoor zip line park. I envision different lines at different heights that go from one side to the other and take you to different looking foliage..maybe even...
Tags: Robert Altman, KIAH, Texas
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 14, 1998 You could call it "Femmageddon." Or "The Jailbait Trap." Under any name "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" is a glossy, good-humored romantic fantasy directed as purposefully toward women as "The Parent Trap" is toward...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 12, 1999 Only someone serious about religion in general and Catholicism in particular could have made "Dogma," but those expecting a modern version of "The Song of Bernadette" or "King of Kings" are going to find themselves dazed and...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday July 21, 2000 "But I'm a Cheerleader" is the result of the kind of good intentions with which the road to hell is paved. Director Jamie Babbit and co-writer Brian Wayne Petersen set out to send up the cruel absurdity of aversion therapy...
Tags: RuPaul, Movies, Glenda Jackson, Crimes, Gays and Lesbians
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 2, 2001 In 1914 brothers Dwight and George Hart built the 264-room Rosslyn Hotel at the southwest corner of 5th and Main streets in downtown L.A., and it proved so successful that in 1923 they built a 422-room annex at the...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday December 15, 2000 In his directorial debut with the western "South of Heaven, West of Hell," singer-composer-actor Dwight Yoakam displays a genuine depth of feeling for the Old West, only to cancel it out with self-indulgence. Overlong,...
Tags: Paul Reubens, Movies, Peter Fonda, New Mexico, Arizona
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 15, 2000 Jackson Pollock, one of the key figures in Abstract Expressionism and America's first postwar art star, was a man destined to be consumed by his own internal fires. As insecure as he was gifted, a full-blown alcoholic...
Tags: Peggy Guggenheim, Ed Harris, Movies, New York, Jeffrey Tambor
For our most romantic national holiday, Valentine's Day is so often reduced to easy gestures, whether they be roses, candlelight dinners, candy hearts or even the donning of black in mourning. Lost amidst the Hallmark cards is the sense that it's the...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC2 stars (out of 4) Wes Anderson's "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"—in which Bill Murray plays a shaggy-dog American version of oceanographer-filmmaker Jacques-Yves Cousteau—is a comedy that seems to have most everything going for it but the ability...
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