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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...
Tags: Ryan Phillippe, Cinema Industry, Bill Gates, Don Davis, Gaming
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 8, 2001 "The Anniversary Party" is a celebration from hell. A successful British novelist, Joe Therrian (Alan Cumming), and his American movie-actress wife, Sally (Jennifer Jason Leigh), mark their sixth wedding anniversary with...
Times Staff Writer"Incident at Loch Ness" is an amusing mock documentary that spends considerable energy artfully trying to make you believe it's real as real can be. The movie is transparently a fake, but its counterfeit nature is the heart of its charm. Directed by...
Tribune staff reporterEducators in this southwestern Ohio town got thrilling news in late 2001: President Bush would sign his landmark school reforms called No Child Left Behind at Hamilton High, chosen from more than 90,000 public schools across America. Bush's visit on Jan....
The Hartford CourantThe day the phone call came, the nation saw an awestruck, humble man, eyes raised to the horizon, proclaiming with gratitude, ``Miracles happen.'' But Joseph I. Lieberman's ascent to a spot on the Democratic national ticket was no accident of fate....
Sun StaffFew and far between are the city neighborhoods capable of convincing visitors that they have stumbled upon a rural retreat. Yet, in Hunting Ridge, winding roads amid hilly terrain, giant oak trees more than 200 years old and ivy-covered stone cottages...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterThe late-spring evening in June 1959 was one for Joe Lieberman and his classmates to savor. Their junior year behind them, they'd soon rule at Stamford High School, where Lieberman would be elected senior class president. The "Evening Under the Stars"...
FOR THE TIMESFriday May 31, 1996 Tell me if I'm in foul trouble, but isn't there something oxymoronic about a movie that posits Whoopi Goldberg as coach of the New York Knicks and then goes on to trumpet the values of courage, integrity and duty to the fans?...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 27, 1996 Numerous medical procedures are on view in "Extreme Measures," but none are as risky or as unsuccessful as the aesthetic transplants this decidedly odd thriller attempts. The forced hybrid of a preposterous...
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