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Fox 5 San Diego staffThe top questions my friends at racquetball asked me about the reboot. n Did they have a prostitute with three breasts? Yes. n Did they have an awesome chick fight, the way Sharon Stone and that other woman did in the first? Yep. And the...
Ministry of GossipWas that the smell of brimstone on the red carpet Wednesday night? Or was it just smokin' hot "Mad Men" star Christina Hendricks, escorting her husband, Geoffrey Arend, to the premiere of his new film, "Devil"? You be the judge â€” it was a Hollywood...
Company TownTeenage girls are likely to drive the top movie at the box office this weekend as a quartet of new low-budget movies debut. High school comedy "Easy A" is expected to be the most popular movie in the U.S. and......
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelM. Night Shyamalan indulges his messianic side with “Devil,” a quasi-religious supernatural thriller he has released under his The Night Chronicles production banner. It's a tidy tale about the Devil picking off folks trapped in an elevator in...
Zap2ItA story by "The Sixth Sense" mentor M. Night Shyamalan fuels this relatively OK melodrama of several people trapped in an elevator ... the catch being that one of them is Satan, meaning that things really get too close for comfort for the other four...
Zap2It.comFormer "Just Shoot Me" star Laura San Giacomo is headed back to television in the TNT pilot "Grace." San Giacomo, Leon Rippy ("Deadwood") and Bokeem Woodbine ("Ray," "Blade: The Series") have all signed on to the show, which stars Holly Hunter as a...
Zap2It.comTNT is on the verge of picking up two new series to go with its hit "The Closer." "Grace," which stars Holly Hunter as a burned-out cop, and the medical drama "Heartland," featuring "Everwood's" Treat Williams, are both set to join TNT's lineup...
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 24, 1998 Hong Kong director Che-Kirk Wong's first American feature, "The Big Hit," is that rarest of all genre hybrids, the screwball-romantic-action-situation-black comedy. Rare for good reason. Who'd want to see a thing like that? ...
Tags: Lainie Kazan, Craig Perry, John Woo, Social Issues, Hong Kong
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 23, 2001 "3000 Miles to Graceland" is one of those movies that makes you want to throw up your hands in despair, disgust, or maybe both. Made by a director who thinks it's cutting edge for a studio determined to anticipate the...
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 27, 1998 As if to concede that there's no escape from stereotyped portrayals of African Americans in mainstream movies, Darin Scott lards his debut feature, "Caught Up," with chronic criminals, cartoon Rastafarians, bad attitudes,...
Tags: Frank Gorshin, Kirk Douglas, Minority Groups
Chicago TribuneWhen you play a genius on screen, you better have the right stuff yourself, or the camera will shrivel you. That doesn't happen in "Ray." In this triumphant musical movie-bio, Jamie Foxx gives a landmark performance as soul, jazz and blues great Ray...
Tags: New York, Curtis Armstrong, Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Movies
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday October 4, 1995 Coming after Spike Lee's "Clockers" and Carl Franklin's "Devil in a Blue Dress," the Hughes brothers' "Dead Presidents" is the third significant work by an African American filmmaker to be released by a major studio...
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