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Show TrackerNot so long ago, Peggy Olson was the office square at Sterling Cooper, the one who opted out of work parties and complained the next day about the vomit in her trash can. (Total joykill!) Even when she was cutting......
Times Staff WriterImagine that you've stayed up late watching a triple bill of Federico Fellini's "8 1/2 ," Woody Allen's "Stardust Memories" and David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive," scarfed down too much Thai takeout and had a fight with your significant other. Going to...
Tags: Woody Allen, Franka Potente, Judy Greer, Movies, Joshua Jackson
Zap2It.comWith "The Notorious Bettie Page," writer-director Mary Harron has determined that the most provocative pin-up girl of the 1950s was really just a semi-pornographic equivalent of Forrest Gump, Zelig or Chance Gardner. As played by Gretchen Mol in a career-...
Zap2It.comNarfs, scrunts and tartutics, Oh my! M. Night Shyamalan completes his descent into utter solipsism with "Lady in the Water," a sour fairy tale that sets out to be about the value of community and magic, but ends up as the director's somber celebration of...
Times Staff WriterIt's M. Night Shyamalan's world, we only visit it every couple of years. From the gothic haunting of "The Sixth Sense" to the New Age sci-fi of "Unbreakable" and "Signs" and the fable "The Village," the writer-director has created a body of work that...
Times Staff WriterSince Adrien Brody took off for Europe in the summer of 2001 to begin work on "The Pianist" a day after completing "Dummy," it seems safe to say that the Oscar the Roman Polanski film brought him had a lot to do with today's at-long-last release of the...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 16, 1998 Don't be surprised when the laughter "Happiness" creates sticks in your throat: It's supposed to. Writer-director Todd Solondz has come up with a desperate comedy of longing, misery and misplaced need whose effects are...
Tags: Camryn Manheim, Movies, Jon Lovitz, Ted Hope, Todd Solondz
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 10, 1999 "B. Monkey" takes its title from the nickname of its heroine, a beautiful, fearless Italian-born jewel thief (Asia Argento) who swoops down on posh London jewelry stores and scoops up the goodies with the greatest of ease....
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 24, 2000 The strongest presence at a gathering at an upstate New York country estate in "The Weekend," a film as subtle and incisive as a New Yorker short story, is that of a dead man. Exactly a year has passed since the...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 6, 2001 Ann Hu's "Shadow Magic" evokes the dawn of cinema in China with muchcharm, humor and subtlety. The identities of the few Westerners who brought motion pictures to China at the turn of the last century are unknown today,...
Tags: Movies, Sarah Bernhardt, Death, Entertainment, Photography
Times Staff Writer"How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog" is a dreary title for an even drearier picture, which stars Kenneth Branagh as a British expatriate who has settled in Los Angeles to become its "most successful playwright." Branagh's Peter McGowen is apparently in the...
Times Staff Writer"Resident Evil: Apocalypse," or as the cool kids say, "RE2," plays so much like a videogame you will be reaching for a joystick. Unfortunately, there is no interactive element available other than yelling at the screen so you're left with enjoying the few...
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