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Zap2ItIt's natural with the dawn of a new year to bid farewell to the old, and to those who left with it. In terms of television talents lost in 2010, though, the ritual hits particularly close to the heart. A number of genuine icons of the home screen...
Zap2ItNortheast of the Los Angeles area, down a road past suburban homes, many with horses in corrals in the yard, the cast and crew of FX's "Sons of Anarchy" have taken over one house, its lawns, trees and gardens green and lush on this cool late-June day....
Tags: Charlie Hunnam, Crimes, Celebrities, Dixie Carter, Kim Coates
The WatcherWhat with the end of the TV season, the series finale of "Lost" and the start of summer programming, things have been really busy the last few weeks. So busy, in fact, that I haven't been able to share much from my May trip to the set of "Sons of Anarchy....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe best two movies of the summer open this weekend and next in Orlando — Winter's Bone next week, and The Kids are All Right this week. I talked with Mia Wasikowska about Kids, a film that has been embraced by the gay community and others for its...
The Watcher--Posted by Maureen Ryan The Season 3 premiere of "Sons of Anarchy," which FX recently sent out to critics, contains the most winning dance routine of the year. Take that, "Glee"! OK, obviously, I'm kidding. When "SOA" returns Sept. 7, we Charming addicts...
Zap2It.comOf the wave of paranoid thrillers that hit theaters in the 1970s -- like "The Conversation" or "Three Days of the Condor" or "The Parallax View" -- "All the President's Men" was among the best. Every bit as breathless, pulse-pounding and twisted as its...
Tags: Dustin Hoffman, Alan J Pakula, DVDs, The Washington Post, Movies
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- When investigative reporter Bob Woodward wanted to meet "Deep Throat," he'd move a flowerpot with a red flag to the rear of his apartment balcony. Even more mysteriously, when his top-secret source wanted to meet him, Woodward would open...
Tags: Crimes, Arts and Culture, Elections, Death, Government
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 31, 1997 Does God smile on Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain? Let's examine the evidence: Mickey Mantle, Will Rogers and J.J. Cale; 168 dead in a terrorist bombing; and the banning of "The Tin Drum." The...
FOR THE TIMESWednesday April 5, 2000 Having written "Bugsy" (1991) and "The Gambler" (1975) and having directed what some feel was among the great debuts in American film--"Fingers" (1977)--James Toback carries around a credibility that's belied by almost...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 5, 1999 For the first 60 seconds or so, "The Bachelor" comports itself like a movie with quirky yet real potential. A herd of wild horses stampedes across sun-blasted plains, while David Byrne bleats out the words to "Don't Fence...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 31, 2000 Two days before the Columbine, Colo., massacre last year, "Pups" screened at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival to wide acclaim, but the high school shooting spree derailed the film's distribution a full year. The...
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