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Zap2ItAs his award-winning work in television's "John Adams" and the recent "Barney's Version" confirm, the unexpected always can be expected of Paul Giamatti, and the actor offers fresh evidence again in this tale of an attorney whose professional and...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelMovie attendance is down. Way down. And with the movies out in the early months of 2011, that should be no surprise. The major Oscar nominees did well, most of them, by sticking around when in other years bigger hits would have moved in and shoved them...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando Sentinel“It's a win-win situation,” we hear people say, often to assure us that something they're doing that's counter to your interests is actually just as much to your advantage as theirs. That's what Mike Flaherty (Paul Giamatti) tells himself when...
Paul Giamatti is a gifted actor who has made a career of being the sweet schlub who always messes up spectacularly before he finds loving redemption. And he does so, wonderfully, in "Win Win." Here he plays Mike, an attorney with a sinking law...
Times Staff WriterFelicity Huffman is such a wonder, at once funny and brave, playing a pre-op male-to-female transsexual in the uneven comedy "Transamerica" that she sustains several lapses that might otherwise have sunk it. But Huffman's portrayal is so extraordinarily...
Times Staff WriterWim Wenders' "Land of Plenty" offers a thoughtful look at a post-9/11 United States from one of its most caring longtime observers, an artist whose vision of America can record terrible socioeconomic inequity, ignorance and paranoia yet somehow remain...
Times Staff WriterElvis is in the building. The American Cinematheque's Mods & Rockers festival celebrates the life and legacy of the King with a six-day tribute featuring several of Presley's most successful films, plus the 2005 CBS miniseries "Elvis" and two...
Times Staff WriterThink of "Rocky Balboa" as the "Rocky" film for those who can't be bothered counting up to six, or maybe for fighters who've taken so many punches to the head they need help remembering their hero's last name. Above all this is a film for gluttons for...
FOR THE TIMESFriday September 26, 1997 For a filmmaker to use the Hindenburg as a recurring motif, he might as well call his movie "Kicked in the Head." It's like saying, "Go ahead. Hit me." If you insist. "Kicked in the Head" is director-writer...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 20, 1999 If he'd been on the Titanic, fewer lives would have been lost. If he'd accompanied Robert Scott to the South Pole, the explorer would have lived to be 100. That's how good Hugh Grant is at rescuing doomed ventures. And while...
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