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Culture MonsterDavid C. Nichols reviews 'Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays' at the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center...
Times Staff WriterWhen her prep school eliminates girls' soccer, star player Viola Hastings (Amanda Bynes) switches teams all the way. Putting shared custody to work for her, she takes the place of her twin brother Sebastian (James Kirk) at his new school, their old...
Tags: Laura Ramsey, Entertainment, Sports, Channing Tatum, David Cross
Zap2It.com"Just Friends" is a big sloppy mess of a movie, but it does a few things perfectly, hysterically right. One of those things is letting Ryan Reynolds give the comic performance he's been bristling to do ever since his glory days on the crappy sitcom...
Zap2It.comWarning: "She's the Man" may just have you giggling like a little girl, even if you aren't one. When Viola's (Amanda Bynes) soccer team is cut and her twin brother Sebastian (James Kirk) goes AWOL, she temporarily solves both problems by taking on his...
Zap2It.comMilo Ventimigila's midseason show has yet to premiere on The WB, but he's already looking to next season. The one-time "Gilmore Girls" star is among another large crop of actors taking pilot duty, along with "The Lord of the Rings'" Sean Bean, Jaime...
Times Staff WriterWhat exactly is "A Guy Thing"? According to the movie bearing this title, which contrary to its claims is neither romantic nor comedic, it means a guy, Paul (Jason Lee), with a head and a will as indomitable as a soft-boiled egg. It means a guy who has...
Times Staff WriterWith "Storytelling," Todd Solondz continues his acidly funny exploration of the darker side of life in the suburbs of New Jersey that began with "Welcome to the Dollhouse" (1996) and "Happiness" (1998). This time he also probes the ambiguous,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 15, 1999 When the smiling, photogenic Jordans sit down to dinner, parents Katie and Ben like to engage 12-year-old Josh and 10-year-old Erin in a game called "high/low" in which each family member has to sound off on his or her best...
Tags: Family, Rob Reiner, Rita Wilson, Paul Reiser, Alan Zweibel
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 12, 2000 Not far from the Grand Canyon, Michael (Jamie Foxx) and Rae (Nia Long)--a vacationing couple from Chicago--are driving across the desert in a mint-condition '57 Golden Hawk Studebaker. Rae is not as thrilled with her fiance's...
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 20, 2001 Ever since the now seemingly quaint days of Lenny Bruce, Terry Southern, Redd Foxx and their honorable heirs, those who have engaged in the art and science of grossing out the audience have justified their work by saying they...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 13, 1996 With "The Wife," actor-writer-director Tom Noonan follows up his prize-winning two-character "What Happened Was . . ." with a witty, compassionate study of two wavering marriages. It's a less vitriolic "Who's Afraid...
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