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Zap2It.comThe British thriller "State of Play" debuted in the United States in 2004, and it's been a long four years waiting for the miniseries, which aired on BBC America, to appear on DVD in this country. That wait is finally over. "State of Play" centers on...
The EnvelopeFrom the Beckham Bob to the Efron Fringe to the Cruise Crop and Katie Holmes' brand-new Blunt Bangs, Hollywood hairdos are going viral. You may have noticed some suspiciously similar hairstyles being worn by Victoria Beckham, Renee Zellweger, Paris...
Zap2It.comSome books put up one hell of a fight on the way to the multiplex, and they're not always the ones you'd expect. Ever since "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, much has been written about the difficulty of adapting...
THE six nominees for this year's best director Academy Award have made a total of 23 feature films. To put that meager number into perspective, consider this: "The Departed," which finally won Martin Scorsese his directing Oscar last year (on his sixth...
With the possible exception of certain underwater adventures and outer-space stories, pretty much every movie relies on architectural symbolism, finding in the house where the hero lives, the saloon he drinks in or the city streets he caroms through in...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThis year's Oscar-nominated movies, especially larger-than-life epics such as "Atonement" and "There Will Be Blood," take you there -- but exactly where? Like actors' doubles, films often are shot in breathtaking locations that are stand-ins for the...
A famous dead white male, Horace Walpole, once observed, "Life is a comedy for those who think . . . and a tragedy for those who feel." Since they first hit the big screen big-time two decades ago with the neo-noir thriller "Blood Simple," Ethan and Joel...
Tags: Javier Bardem, Senior Citizens, Cormac McCarthy, Death, Poetry
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"No Country for Old Men," Joel and Ethan Coen's visceral crime thriller based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy, was named best film of 2007 Wednesday by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. George Clooney was named best actor for his role as a...
Sun movie critic(C) The Dark Knight is a handsome, accomplished piece of work, but it drove me from absorption to excruciation within 20 minutes, and then it went on for two hours more. It's the standard-bearer for the school of comic-book movies that confuses...
Tags: Assault, Lawyers, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Death, Michael Caine
Zap2It.comAlthough the Golden Globes largely ignored "Into the Wild," Hollywood's actors definitely took notice. The Sean Penn-directed drama is the leading nominee for the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, capturing nods for star Emile Hirsch, supporting...
THE shocker Tuesday wasn't that Oscar winners Tommy Lee Jones and Cate Blanchett were once again in the running for Academy Awards. In a year marked by more than a few out-of-left field honorees and a handful of notable omissions, however, the films...
The films the Academy loves aren't always the same as those embraced by the moviegoing public. Following is a look at the domestic box-office tallies of the five best picture nominees as compared with the five highest-grossing releases of last year....
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