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Hero Complex - movies, comics, fanboy fare - latimes.comTwo months ago, Seth Grahame-Smith looked like he would be the breakout star of a crowded summer movie season. The ......
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelA solitary figure runs clad in gray stumbles and weeps across a rainswept moor. Yes, it's “Jane Eyre” time again. One of the most frequently adapted period pieces from the golden age of the corset is back, with Mia “Alice in Wonderland...
Gold DerbyJust as we expected, Independent Spirit Awards lavished nominations upon "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire" today, thereby addressing the film's ridiculous snub by the other, rival prize for independent films, the Gotham Awards, which...
Gold Derby"Mad Men" not only made Emmy history by becoming the first basic-cable TV show to win a best-series award in 2008, but it also repeated the triumph in 2009. For the last two years, AMC also pulled off surprising consecutive wins in the race for best...
Frankly My Dear» Orlando Sentinel – Frankly My DearFocus Features says that the Roman epic The Eagle of the Ninth will come out in Feb., a Jane Eyre directed by the fellow who gave us Sin Nombre should be interesting next April. Hanna, the latest from Atonement director Joe Wright is on their slate and...
The WatcherI blame Poniewozik. Today, I'm going to try to watch all (or at least some) of the third season of "Breaking Bad," which has its third season finale on Sunday on AMC. I've written before (in this piece, titled "I Don't Love 'Breaking Bad,' What Is Wrong...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe best two movies of the summer open this weekend and next in Orlando — Winter's Bone next week, and The Kids are All Right this week. I talked with Mia Wasikowska about Kids, a film that has been embraced by the gay community and others for its...
Film CriticThere is much strange beauty in the poverty and desperation captured by "Sin Nombre," an evocative and impressive first feature from writer-director Cary Joji Fukunaga tracing both the journey north taken by so many from Mexico and Central America and the...
Tags: Mexico, Juvenile Delinquency, Social Issues, Movies, Crimes
Veteran Los Angeles film producer Leslie Urdang stands among the most fortunate independent filmmakers. One of 1,026 submissions, Urdang's low-budget "Adam," an uplifting love story featuring a man with Asperger's syndrome, was announced Wednesday as part...
In the shattered calm of the Mexican night, sitting atop a railroad tanker car, Cary Joji Fukunaga didn't yet know that a man was being murdered. But he'd heard the screams, gunshots and shouts in Spanish of "Bandits!" and he was bracing to make a run for...
Tags: Family, Illegal Immigrants, NoHo, Texas, Film Festivals
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticThe extraordinary Sin Nombre strips much of the sentiment from the classic "illegal immigrant" tale. The heroes and villains of this are all Mexican -- even the shouts of warning, "La Migra!" (Immigration!), are about Mexican immigration agents. The...
Sentinel movie criticIt was a horrific image in the modern immigration saga -- May 15, 2003, 19 immigrants left locked in a truck trailer in Victoria, Texas, died. "That got my attention," says filmmaker Cary Fukunaga. Although he had never made a feature film, Fukunaga...
Tags: Mexico, Movies, Texas, New Jersey, Immigration
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