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Surveillance video shows convenience store clerk Ashtar Akari being shot to death. Missouri City police say that's because the killer wanted more than what was in the cash register. "He actually went back if you take a look at the video and went back to...
Stanley Griffin is happy his two grandsons five-year-old Javante, and one-year-old Israel, are back home after their mother took them four days ago. "I like to be home," said Javante. Griffin says police worked quickly to get the boys back from their...
Times Staff WriterAh, movie divorce. The dinner over the sink loneliness. The ice cream out of a carton sadness. The bad date montages. About three-quarters of the way through "Must Love Dogs," Sarah (Diane Lane) suffers her first big romantic setback, at which point my...
Tags: Diane Lane, Lifestyle and Leisure, Movies, Death, Dog (animal)
Times Staff WriterThe faux play was the centerpiece of theatrical producers Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel) and Leo Bloom's (Gene Wilder) scheme to make a bundle of money by intentionally staging a huge flop in Brooks' 1968 movie comedy, "The Producers." Much to their...
The Hartford CourantJoe Lieberman Monday came back to the place where his dreams were born and told old friends and supporters he plans to pursue the ultimate American dream, a run for president. His words and demeanor at Stamford High School reflected the trademark...
TIMES STAFF WRITERLike the lives of its characters, not to mention its title, nothing about "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood" is neat, orderly, concise. This is a work of excess and passion, an untidy sprawl of a motion picture that is sometimes ragged,...
Conrad L. Hall, one of the giants of Hollywood filmmaking whose death from cancer in January at age 76 was mourned throughout the world of cinema, posthumously won the Academy Award on Sunday evening for best cinematography for his dark and gritty...
Tags: Movies, Peter Finch, Culture, Death, Arts and Culture
TIMES FILM CRITICTuesday December 23, 1997 Before computer-generated images, before blue screens and the optical printer, even before stop-motion animation, there existed the most special effect of all, the power of the written word. James L. Brooks is royalty in...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 2, 1999 "The Out-of-Towners" teams Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn as an attractive baby-boomer couple from Ohio who fly off to Manhattan for the husband's interview at a top ad agency only to be plunged into a nightmare of foul-ups. If...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Movies, Steve Martin, Ohio, Jack Lemmon
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 17, 1999 Do you believe that the pitcher's mound is "the loneliest spot in the world"? Do you consider "The Kid From Tomkinsville" the greatest novel ever written? When an athlete says the only time his heart's been truly broken was...
Tags: Kevin Costner, Movies, Fiction, Pulitzer Prize Awards, Death
TIMES STAFF WRITER"The Kid Stays in the Picture," a witty, colorful and poignant account of the life and times of producer Robert Evans, takes its title from a remark made by movie mogul Darryl F. Zanuck. With scant acting experience, Evans had been cast as a matador in...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 12, 2001 In the suspense thriller "Antitrust," Tim Robbins is so obviously parodying Bill Gates that the filmmakers feel compelled to have the Microsoft mogul mentioned by way of a decidedly self-conscious disclaimer. Writer Peter...
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