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OK, so Angelina, Denzel and Keira didn't get asked to the Oscar prom. They shouldn't shed too many tears over their absence from this year's nominations. After all, they're in very good company. From Humphrey Bogart ("The Maltese Falcon") and Marilyn...
Zap2It.com"The Biggest Loser" guides people to lose weight, but what about the other areas in that need help in their lives? NBC and "The Biggest Loser" producer Reveille will team up to create a reality series featuring self-help entrepreneur Tony Robbins. The...
Tags: Jack Black, Redman, Television, NBC (tv network), Entertainment
Times Staff WriterTo tell the tale of the greatest American superhero, the producers of "Superman Returns" brought six tons of lumber to a rural parcel on the Breeza Plains of Australia and built a Kansas farmhouse, windmill and an ox-blood red barn. They planted five...
FOR THE TIMESFriday September 24, 1999 By now the "wrong man" crime story is so established in our folklore that it's practically a ritual. And while "Double Jeopardy" applies a couple of different spins on the formula (notably that there's a "wronged woman"...
Tags: Crimes, Prisons, Washington (U.S. state), Bruce Greenwood, Death
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 8, 2001 Bruce Beresford's "Bride of the Wind" is a resolutely conventional biographical drama of a most unconventional woman, Alma Mahler. She was a Viennese beauty at the turn of the 20th century who set her sights on composer-conductor...
Times Staff Writer"Evelyn" is awash in sentimentality and doesn't care who knows it. Despite a story predictable enough to make "The Sound of Music" play like a nail-biting thriller, its heart is so much in the right place it is difficult to get really peeved at it. Based...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday May 3, 1996 Hollywood can be a prison with walls so porous you may think you've escaped and still be inside. So it is with "Last Dance." The story of the relationship between a white-trash death row inmate played by Sharon Stone and the...
Tags: Crimes, Prisons, Peter Gallagher, Regional Authority, Movies
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 11, 1997 Trivia collectors take note: "Shine" is no longer the only Australian film to use classical music as the key to a sentimental drama about the unbreakable resilience of the human spirit. "Paradise Road" takes the same path,...
Tags: Defense, Prisons, Armed Forces, Movies, Classical Music (genre)
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