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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelIt's been five years, so maybe doubt has crept into your memory of why the last attempt to revive the Superman franchise, “Superman Returns,” failed. That's why “Dylan Dog: Dead of the Night,” is useful. Its star, Brandon Routh,...
Show TrackerThe weeds continue to grow over on Showtime. Richard Dreyfuss is slated to appear in at least four episodes of "Weeds," the network announced Wednesday. Heâ€™ll play an unexpected character from Nancyâ€™s (Mary-Louise Parker) past. The "Jaws" actor j...
Zap2It.comBelt yourself into the Barcalounger, because Fox is about to unleash back-to-back adrenaline boosts, as "Prison Break" finally returns with new episodes on Monday, March 20, to join the lineup with "24." After a powerhouse launch that saw it go from zero...
Tags: Death, Television, Louisiana, Patricia Wettig, Amaury Nolasco
Times Staff WriterLike a character in a fairy tale caught between the forces of light and those of darkness, "The Brothers Grimm" attempts to serve two masters. No, there is not a happy ending. Not to put too fine a point on it, "Grimm" is an attempt to marry the...
Zap2It.comIt's a small TV world, and that point was brought home recently during the biannual Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, Calif., a three-week marathon at a luxury hotel during which broadcast and cable networks present new programming to...
NEWSDAYLate in "Bad Company," maybe too late to make much of a difference, Chris Rock is finally permitted to rear back, let fly and take control of the screen. This long-awaited electricity comes just after John Slattery, as a smug, cold-fish CIA official,...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC2 stars (out of 4) Keanu Reeves is caught between heaven and hell in "Constantine," his latest epic fantasy/science-fiction thriller, but, though the story is potentially fascinating and the visuals sometimes spellbinding, the movie itself is stranded in...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday July 1, 1998 You know you're not in the intended demographic group for "Armageddon," the loud new film about how a Bruce Willis-led team of roughnecks tries to save the world from a deadly asteroid, if: * you even notice it's loud;...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 2, 1998 "Somewhere in the City" has such an endearing sensibility, good-humored and surprisingly tender, and such a wonderfully improbable cast, that it's tempting to forgive its strained, synthetic stretches and its tendency to...
Tags: Italy, Sandra Bernhard, Bulle Ogier, John Cale, Ed Koch
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 26, 1999 Those foolhardy enough to place themselves at the mercy of "8MM" can expect the following emotions: disgust and revulsion, then anger, followed by a profound and disheartening sadness. There are some films whose existence...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFinally, inevitably, John Woo has gone to war. Starting with Hong Kong classics like "A Better Tomorrow" and "Hard-Boiled," and continuing into Hollywood extravaganzas "Face/Off" and "Mission: Impossible 2," Woo is his generation's preeminent...
TIMES STAFF WRITERIt took paranoid visionary Philip K. Dick to do what Stanley Kubrick could not: Get Steven Spielberg to fully cross over to the dark side. The question now is, how happy are we to have him there? Spielberg's "Minority Report" is amplified from a Dick...
Tags: Colin Farrell, Death, Murder, John F. Williams, Jan de Bont
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