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Zap2ItIt made less of a box-office splash than hoped for, but the reteaming of Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz (years after "Vanilla Sky") includes solid action sequences, including a terrific opening aboard an airplane. That's where Diaz's character first...
Tags: Maggie Grace, Movies, Entertainment, Cameron Diaz, Paul Dano
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelCute conquers all, pretty much, in the dizzy action comedy Knight and Day. There's Cameron Diaz, cute as ever, flirting with Tom Cruise, as cute as he's been in years. The stunts — Tom appears to do more than a few of his own — the chases,...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelOK, so much about this project just leaps off the page as too off-the-wall to be believed. Callie Khouri from Thelma and Louise is rewriting a script for a film biography of bluegrass icon Bill Monroe. Odd. Peter Sarsgaard is on board to star as the...
The Hero Complex"Green Lantern" star Ryan Reynolds charmed the Hall H crowd on Saturday with plenty of his understated wit, describing a character who can "tell a joke, throw a punch and kiss the girl." But the tone of the quick-cut footage......
Times Staff WriterCraig Lucas' "The Dying Gaul" begins promisingly only to lapse into an increasingly improbable and overly familiar tale about how rotten Hollywood industryites can be, as the formidable talents and skills of Patricia Clarkson, Peter Sarsgaard and Campbell...
Times Staff WriterJust because you're paranoid, doesn't mean everyone isn't out to get you, as Jodie Foster learns the hard way in the boilerplate, if histrionically entertaining, airline thriller "Flightplan." An amped-up psychological thriller in a tube, "Flightplan"...
Tags: Brian Grazer, Movies, Jodie Foster, Entertainment, James Horner
Times Staff WriterWhat keeps a well-made film from achieving greatness? How does a motion picture with impressive parts end up a less than compelling whole? When the film is as strong in its elements as "Jarhead," no single factor is strong enough to do the fatal damage....
Tags: Bobby McFerrin, Ann Wilson, Movies, Cinema Industry, Iraq
Zap2It.comThe problem with making a movie of Anthony Swofford's Gulf War memoir is that you have to be true to the story: Once upon a time, a guy joined the Marines, went to war, and didn't get to fight. The end. The first half of "Jarhead" chronicles Swofford's...
Zap2It.comMaggie Gyllenhaal, who broke out with the kinky 2002 film "Secretary," continues to rack up indie cred with "Sherrybaby," in which she plays a single mother trying to reclaim her life after serving time in prison. "[The film] takes somebody who is so...
Pity, for a moment, George Clooney. In recent months, he's been on virtually every magazine cover except "National Geographic," quoted at every industry event, his ubiquitousness parodied even on the comics page. Part of this is simple marketing —...
Times Staff WriterIN "Sherrybaby," actress Maggie Gyllenhaal is stripped to the bone — emotionally and literally. It is a raw and vulnerable performance, the kind of role that works only when the actress in question is able to lose herself inside the character....
Special to The TimesMaggie Gyllenhaal, the breakout star of 2002's "Secretary," got to explore her full range with six roles in 2006, including "Stranger Than Fiction," "World Trade Center," "The Great New Wonderful," "Trust the Man," and a voice part in "Monster House."...
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