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Zap2It.comA man goes to work, builds his business, provides for his wife and children, tries to live a life in accord with his moral principles -- all good, right? But what if his moral principles say that instead of one wife, he has three? Still good? That's...
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Zap2It.comDavid Lynch's approved bio merely reads: "Born, Missoula, Montana. Eagle Scout." Needless to say, we'll hear a lot more than that when he's honored at the Venice International Film Festival. The festival will present the renowned filmmaker with the...
Zap2It.comDavid Lynch is an auteur known for doing things his own way, so it's no surprise that he'll distribute his latest film himself. The director announced that he has secured the North American rights to his first digital video feature, "Inland Empire,"...
1. Visualize Harry Dean Stanton. Head north out of Detroit on I-75 past 8 Mile Road and you get to Bloomfield Hills, the wealthy suburb where Elmore Leonard lives. Although he was born in New Orleans in 1925, the 83-year-old novelist grew up middle-class...
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Times Staff WriterWith the deeply affecting "Sonny," Nicolas Cage displays the same sensitivity, emotional resonance and daring in his feature directorial debut that has characterized his splendid work in front of the camera. In bringing John Carlen's much-admired but...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday May 22, 1998 In his seminal '70s book "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," acclaimed burnout Hunter S. Thompson wrote the epitaph for the drug generation and it serves as a pretty good review for Terry Gilliam's film adaptation of the book: "Buy...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 15, 1999 The equivalent of David Lynch doing "Little House on the Prairie," "The Straight Story" is a suspect enterprise for the creator of "Twin Peaks" and "Lost Highway." Can the Wizard of Weird successfully direct a heartwarming G-...
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-...
For our most romantic national holiday, Valentine's Day is so often reduced to easy gestures, whether they be roses, candlelight dinners, candy hearts or even the donning of black in mourning. Lost amidst the Hallmark cards is the sense that it's the...
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Times Staff WriterFrancis Ford Coppola has reworked somewhat and meticulously restored his ambitious 1982 romantic musical fantasy "One From the Heart," out of circulation for more than 20 years, but for all his efforts it stubbornly remains a bold experiment in style...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday January 19, 2001 In "The Pledge," his third film as a director, Sean Penn once again demonstrates that he is a gifted filmmaker whose abilities don't count for as much as they should because of how fanatically he clings to a narrow, reductive...
Tribune staff reporter"Alien: The Director's Cut" is an old nightmare, made shiny new. It's a scream from another era that still echoes around us. Director Ridley Scott's new, digitally refurbished and re-edited version of his 1979 pop science-fiction hit -- the subzero tale...
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