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There's a notable moment in "Olympus Has Fallen," director Antoine Fuqua's action thriller that arrives in theaters Friday: a desecrated American flag is discarded from atop the White House by North Korean terrorists and falls, in slow-motion, to the...
Billy Blanks is the creator of Tae BoŽ Fitness, the revolutionary total body fitness system that has helped millions of people around the world get in shape and feel great! He has also devoted a great deal of time toward helping people through his...
FOR THE TIMESWednesday April 8, 1998 By day, she's Diana Armstrong, single mom and journalism major at a historically African American university in Atlanta. At night, she's Diana Diamond and she takes off her clothes and dances for dollars at a strip joint as...
Tags: Entertainment, Foxy Brown, Dance, Bars and Clubs, Carl Craig
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 24, 1998 Hong Kong director Che-Kirk Wong's first American feature, "The Big Hit," is that rarest of all genre hybrids, the screwball-romantic-action-situation-black comedy. Rare for good reason. Who'd want to see a thing like that? ...
Tags: Comedy (genre), Entertainment, China Chow, Craig Perry, John Woo
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday October 8, 1997 "Implausible" is a mild word for the shenanigans "Gang Related" expects us to swallow. Writer-director Jim Kouf has loaded a lifetime's worth of ploys and contrivances, feints and jabs, into this unpleasant, interminable,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 28, 1998 "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" is not quite the question asked by this up-tempo, relentlessly cartoonish biopic focusing on the tangled romantic life of an early rock star. "Why Do Fools Fall in Love With Frankie Lymon" is more...
TIMES STAFF WRITERMonday September 7, 1998 "Knock Off"--that's what TriStar would seem to be doing in opening this high-energy, high-spirited thriller Friday without press previews. The irony is that this is the kind of action adventure with real crossover appeal:...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday December 22, 1999 Think of the Oliver Stone-directed "Any Given Sunday" as a fan's notes. This energetic and diverting sports soap opera throws a few head fakes in the direction of an iconoclastic examination of the dark side of...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 11, 1996 Don't blame "The Chamber." It's not its fault. Really. It's not its fault that it's the third recent film (after "Dead Man Walking" and "Last Dance") to focus on last-minute efforts to postpone the execution of a...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 22, 1995 Gorgeous stars, drop-dead clothes, glamorous settings: "Waiting to Exhale" has all the trappings of a lush, old-fashioned romantic melodrama, the kind of classic "women's picture" that used to appear periodically in the...
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