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Zap2It.comBradley Whitford, whose work on "The West Wing" ends this spring, won't be taking a whole lot of time off after the show wraps. The Emmy winner is heading back to work on NBC's pilot "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," "West Wing" creator Aaron Sorkin's...
Zap2It.comLarry the Cable Guy has a stand-up's timing and a non-Southerner's grasp of what makes the Southern-fried redneck -- his attitudes, attire and accent -- hilarious. The native-Nebraskan makes lines like "She wuz so ugly she could trick'r treat over the...
Tags: Ice Cube, NASCAR, Joanna Cassidy, Movies, Lifestyle and Leisure
Special to The TimesFive men wake up in an abandoned chemical plant. Several have been beaten and one has been shot. One is in handcuffs, another tied to a chair. And none of them has any idea who he is or how he got there. It's easy to see how "Unknown," the first...
Zap2It.comJay Mohr won't be back with "Last Comic Standing" when it returns this summer, but he's apparently gotten over his beef with NBC enough to star in a pilot for the network. Multiple Emmy winner John Lithgow ("3rd Rock from the Sun") is also back at the...
Times Staff WritersOverpowering a night that was intended as a showcase for young, hip and edgy comedy, an old-fashioned network sitcom, CBS' "Everybody Loves Raymond," a much-honored network drama, NBC's "The West Wing," and a heartwarming made-for-TV movie, TNT's "Door to...
Times Film CriticSo much work went into "Cats & Dogs," and there's so little to show for it. A very resistible movie made from what sounds like an irresistible premise, it proves one more time that it's easier to make animals talk than give them anything interesting to...
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FOR THE TIMESFriday March 6, 1998 Warner Bros., which probably knows what it feels like to be persecuted and unloved (especially after a year like last year), has put its waning hopes and diminished expectations behind traditional values--one, at any rate:...
Tags: Tommy Lee Jones, Robert Downey Jr., Firearms, Television, Movies
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 29, 1999 Scrape away the phony tinsel of "Tinseltown" and what you find underneath is unprintable. This penny dreadful is an example of a January doldrums release at its worst. Arye Gross and Tom Wood play struggling...
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 1, 1999 Where would crime thrillers be without the amateur sleuth who pokes his or her nose into places where professional investigators are too stupid to tread? Muscling into a field already dense with rabbis, Girl Scouts and...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 16, 2001 "Memento," Latin for remember, means a reminder of the past, something that can be used to prod the memory or warn about the future. Which makes it an apt and poignant title for writer-director Christopher Nolan's exceptional...
Courant film CriticIt has been suggested that summer has already begun at the cineplexes, with the huge opening for ``The Scorpion King." Whether The Rock has legs as well as arms will be seen. But well before Memorial Day, the traditional start of summer, the long season...
Times Staff WritersIt is no longer a secret that for big Hollywood nights like the Emmy Awards, designers provide free gowns and tuxedos to deserving stars (those likely to be on camera or in the path of photographers). Now that a number of the recipients of freebie duds...
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