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It literally is a robot and Frank - as in, an android and Frank Langella - in this enjoyably low-key tale that's more sentimental drama than sci-fi. The ever-expert Langella plays a former thief whose children worry that he needs regular assistance in his...
Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 13 - 19, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES The Middle: Frankie and Mike (Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn) devote one full day of a three-day weekend to each...
Is Alicia Silverstone moving in on Kristen Stewart's Twilight territory? The 35-year-old actress has reunited with her Clueless director Amy Heckerling for the upcoming vampire-themed romantic comedy Vamps costarring Krysten Ritter. While Silverstone...
RedEyeAny show that mocks suburbia warrants at least one viewing. "Suburgatory" (7:30 p.m. Wednesday, ABC; 2.5 stars) wrings so many laughs from the oft-maligned wasteland you're likely to come back for more. "It's like the Million Mom March," 16-year-old...
RedEyeABC on Tuesday announced its 2011-12 prime time schedule that includes 13 new shows, seven of which will premiere this fall. Among the new entries is "Pan Am," adrama about pilots and flight attendants set in the 1960s (everyone seems to be creating their...
Times Staff Writer"Wrong Turn" suffers a fate similar to that of many other horror and supernatural thrillers released in the last decade: It leaves you with the feeling that you're watching an episode of "The X-Files," only Mulder and Scully never show up. In this case,...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 17, 1998 In the admirably swift opening of the psychological mystery thriller "Suicide Kings," a smart B-picture with lots of A-pluses, a shrewd veteran gangster, wonderfully well-played by Christopher Walken, is kidnapped by a bunch of...
Tags: Crimes, Midtown, Kidnapping, Christopher Walken, Denis Leary
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 2, 1996 It is intimated near the end of Ridley Scott's "White Squall" that the title storm condition may be a myth, and if we weren't told otherwise, we might regard the entire adventure in the same light. Not because the events...
Tags: Peter Weir, Ridley Scott, Jeff Bridges, Movies, Television
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 3, 1995 "Hideaway" is not for the faint of heart. It * is for the faint of mind. Jeff Goldblum plays Hatch Harrison, who apparently dies in a car accident only to be brought back from "the other side" by a crack team of...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 11, 1998 Great athletes are of life and larger than it. Their personal dramas are acted out in public, their starkly outlined victories and defeats written in large, unmistakable letters. We watch their struggles with something like...
Zap2It.comNBC has taken another step toward filling out its schedule for next season, picking up the drama "Kidnapped" for a fall premiere. The show, a serialized thriller a la "Prison Break," chronicles the efforts of police, the FBI and a private kidnap-and-...
Tags: Crimes, Social Issues, Paul Haggis, Literature, Arts and Culture
Times Staff WriterIn the arty exploitation flick "Thirteen," first-time director Catherine Hardwicke cranks up the volume to maximum shriek. A story of a Valley girl gone bad, the film energetically samples a couple of reliable standards: the classic juvenile delinquent...
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