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The Big PictureYou know you live in a company town when you're stuck in traffic on Wilshire Boulevard, minding your own business, daydreaming about making money on the side by promoting a celebrity wrestling match between Michael Bay and Megan Fox, when......
Zap2ItWith season four coming to Showtime in January, this round of David Duchovny's comedy follows novelist Hank into his new role as a teacher ... but while things may be looking up for him on the professional front, they still aren't so great for him...
Times Staff Writer"Solaris" accomplishes many if not quite all of its aims, but what it does most of all is reinforce Steven Soderbergh's position as Hollywood's most gifted chameleon, a filmmaker able to operate with élan in all manner of genres. With the divergent...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 20, 1998 There comes a moment with some women when you know they will be beautiful always. These are women whose inner glow and carriage are not dependent upon youth. Even if you've had this feeling about Vanessa Redgrave...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 5, 1998 His gifts as a comic actor are well-known, but who would have thought that Jim Carrey might simultaneously break your heart as easily as he makes you laugh? It is only one of the accomplishments of "The Truman Show," the...
Tags: Movies, Jim Carrey, Paul Bartel, Ed Harris, Noah Emmerich
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 25, 1998 They're tense and intense, been there and been around, world-weary and drop-dead professional. They're five hard men with implacable faces and murky pasts brought together to do a dirty job they don't even pretend to...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 9, 2000 Writing musical theater was not an option for William Shakespeare, but Kenneth Branagh hasn't let that trouble him. He's turned Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" into a 1930s-style romantic musical comedy, garnished with retro...
Times Staff WriterThe Los Angeles sun can make for very deep shadows, nowhere deeper it sometimes seems than in the movies. There are those directors like Robert Altman who take great pleasure in tossing their characters into these pools of dark, usually to drown. Not Lisa...
Times Staff WriterCharles Dance's "Ladies in Lavender" teams two of Britain's grandest dames, Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, in an endearing film of subtlety and charm. This lovely period picture, set in Cornwall in 1936, also boasts the inimitable Miriam Margolyes and David...
Tags: Movies, D.W. Griffith, Cornwall, Judi Dench, United Kingdom
Tribune movie reporterThe sequels and franchise flicks scored big last summer, so what do we get? More of the same this year. Check out the titles, and you might conclude that this is the year of the colon. But don't be fooled by the amount of noise generated by the highest-...
For his atmospheric debut as a feature director, the actor Matt Dillon has cast himself as a guy in need of saving. It's a nice fit. Written by Dillon and pulp-fiction veteran Barry Gifford ("Wild at Heart"), "City of Ghosts" centers on a two-bit scam...
Tags: Movies, MGM Inc., New York, FBI, James Caan
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