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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelHere's a documentary so slick, novel, touching and outrageous that your first thought might be “This has to be fake.” But no, Nim Chimpsky really lived. He was a chimpanzee raised as part of one science experiment, moved to another and...
Pop & Hiss'Wretches & Jabberers' autism documentary gets help from songs by composer J. Ralph...
The Morning Fix: Zaslav gets lots of TLC from Discovery! Hollywood goes after Zediva. YES says no to iPad app.Company TownAfter the coffee. Before putting the new DMV sticker on my car. The Skinny: That was one ugly game last night. Glad I only had to hear it on the radio. Bill Walton didn't seem to think much of it.......
Company TownDallas Mavericks owner and media entrepreneur Mark Cuban confirmed Tuesday that he has put Landmark Theatres, the nation’s leading theater chain showing specialized movies, and his production and distribution company Magnolia Pictures up for sale....
Company TownShares of DreamWorks Animation took another drubbing Monday after a less-than-monstrous debut for "Shrek Forever After." DreamWorks shares dropped 10% to $31.31 in early morning trading after the Glendale studio reported far lower box office numbers for...
" The Wrestler," the poignant drama about an aging grappler who refuses to give up the ring, pinned its competition Saturday afternoon at Film Independent's Spirit Awards, winning honors for best feature, best male lead for star Mickey Rourke, and best...
The documentary category is where Hollywood wears its conscience on its sleeve, and this Oscar season's nominees have the politically engaged members of the industry buzzing more than usual over the range and variety of topics. Partly, that's because the...
James Marsh (director) and Simon Chinn (producer) "Man on Wire" "Man on Wire," part thriller, part existential mood piece, told the story of how French acrobat Philippe Petit walked on a tightrope between the two towers of the World Trade Center in...
While many of this year's feature documentary Oscar contenders focus on an inattentive (or worse) government, some are notable for their intimate portrayals of an individual. Kimberley Roberts, whose home-video footage of Hurricane Katrina forms the heart...
Tribune criticOn a misty day in August 1974, 1,350 feet above the Manhattan streets, French wire-walker Philippe Petit spent 45 minutes gliding back and forth between the south and the north towers of the World Trade Center, eight crossings in all. " Man on Wire"...
Special to The TimesGet yourself right with God. This is the spiritual life raft that floats through the very still, very murky waters of "The King." Each of the film's characters — believers and sinners all — reaches for it, but even those who grasp its promise...
Tags: Movies, Texas, September 11, 2001 Attacks, Paul Dano, Death
Times Staff WriterUpon his honorable discharge from the Navy, Elvis (Gael García Bernal) makes his way from California to Corpus Christi, Texas. As he travels, it becomes increasingly clear that he is awaited nowhere, by no one. He visits a brothel, buys an old beater...
Tags: Sunset Boulevard, Movies, Pell James, Texas, Paul Dano
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