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Zap2ItTrained as an assassin by her CIA-veteran father (Eric Bana), a youngster (Saoirse Ronan, reteaming with "Atonement" director Joe Wright) becomes the target of an intelligence agent (an appropriately steely Cate Blanchett) in this well-staged action tale....
"X-Men: First Class" is the fifth film (and second prequel) in the "X-Men" franchise. At this point I would expect the series to be shedding quality in order to be more efficient in pumping out by-the numbers installments. And yet "X-Men: First Class"...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando Sentinel“X-Men: First Class” is an homage to the James Bond movies from the '60s — you know, back when Bond was fun. It's got The Cold War, an epic confrontation between super-powers and a super-villain in a submarine. Matthew “Layer Cake&...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 30, 1998 With the Titanic, it was a plain old iceberg that did it in. But with "Deep Rising's" brand-new $487.6-million pleasure ship the Argonautica, it's immense sea serpents lurking in the depths of the South China Sea, surfacing...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday July 25, 1997 "Alive and Kicking," one of the strongest films in the recent Outfest '97, takes us into the world of dance--a world that has been decimated by AIDS. Any reluctance to submit to yet another film on the dread disease is...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 20, 2001 To watch "The Body" is to be reminded of how many lousy movies have been made in Jerusalem, usually formulaic thrillers featuring international casts. Despite a premise that's provocative, to say the least, this one's a dud...
Tags: Derek Jacobi, Entertainment, Movies, Antonio Banderas, Death
Times Staff WriterIt's axiomatic among film critics that the movies have gone to the dogs, or more precisely to teenage boys. Given the current crop of cheerlessly noisy entertainments, such bitterness is understandable, but then again it's summer. Summer is the critics'...
Times Film CriticOn the list of fantasy occupations, being a rock star probably seems the most arbitrary. Anyone who sounds acceptable in the shower has probably daydreamed "that could be me up there, fronting for a hot band, that definitely could be me." "Rock Star"...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 2, 1997 "Hollow Reed" is one of those intelligent, understated traditional-style films in which fairly early on you think you know where it's headed. Even so, you can be caught up in this taut, excellent British picture because it has...
Tags: Ian Hart, Entertainment, Minority Groups, Donovan, Movies
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