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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 5, 1999 For the first 60 seconds or so, "The Bachelor" comports itself like a movie with quirky yet real potential. A herd of wild horses stampedes across sun-blasted plains, while David Byrne bleats out the words to "Don't Fence...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 15, 1999 Cedric Kahn's relentless "L'Ennui" is such a rigorous exploration of sexual obsession that it proves to be a most demanding film. Virtually devoid of eroticism and sensuality, it depicts with the utmost realism a 17-year-...
TIMES STAFF WRITERSaturday February 3, 2001 "Valentine" is a smart, stylish horror picture that offers a fresh twist on the ever-reliable revenge theme and affords a raft of talented young actors solid roles that show them to advantage. Director Jamie Blanks...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Claude Chabrol, Entertainment, Katherine Heigl
TIMES STAFF WRITERMonday January 29, 2001 "Sugar & Spice," which New Line Cinema released Friday without benefit of advance screenings for critics, despite appearing to be just another cheerleader flick is also amusingly subversive, thanks to sharp writing and...
Tags: James Marsden, Bank Robbery, Sex, Marla Sokoloff, Movies
Times Staff WriterThere is something unnerving about watching Brittany Murphy portray a kooky, klutzy daughter of a deceased rock legend in "Uptown Girls." Director Boaz Yakin has her constantly going over the top and flailing about in all directions in a misguided attempt...
Times Staff Writer"Just a Kiss" starts, fittingly enough, with a kiss and the words that go with it. "This is going to be one of those terrible mistakes you can't take back," says the man. Adds the woman, "Is there any other kind?" As beginnings go, this is not bad, but...
Tags: Taye Diggs, Death, Theater, Celebrities, Kyra Sedgwick
Times Staff WriterDo graphic novels really need defending anymore? Because the oppositional, slightly defensive comic book guy stance is starting to feel atavistic. Michael Chabon won a Pulitzer Prize for "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay," and then took a crack...
Tags: Alexis Bledel, Harvey Weinstein, Crimes, Death, Nick Stahl
Times Staff WriterThough its title inspires visions of an unholy alliance of Roger Corman, Ron Howard and misbehaving clergymen congregating in a maniacally violent video game, "Grand Theft Parsons" is actually a rather tame road movie celebrating the extreme bonds of...
FOR THE TIMESFriday May 2, 1997 Strategically positioned for a line of its own lunch boxes, "Warriors of Virtue" is an ambitious kung fu fantasy with a muscular visual style, a fairly consistent level of hysteria and an admirable sense of its own goofiness. At...
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