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Culture MonsterNow that "24" has ended its run on Fox, Kiefer Sutherland has been at work on new projects, some of which are well off the beaten Hollywood track. For one, there's his role in Danish film director Lars Von Trier's......
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelHere's a moment that fans of "McHale's Navy" won't want to miss. Hey, it's a moment fans of "SpongeBob SquarePants" won't want to miss, either. Tim Conway will introduce the tribute to Lifetime Achievement Award winner Ernest Borgnine at the Screen Actors...
Times Staff WriterDavid Mamet's early play, "Lakeboat," written more than 25 years ago, was a hit at the Sunset Strip's Tiffany Theater in 1994. This screen version, directed by frequent Mamet actor Joe Mantegna, is so-so, a labor of love often laborious, yet also...
Tags: Entertainment, Denis Leary, Sex, Drama (genre), Movies
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 5, 1996 Dipping its cup in the free-flowing vitriol of our current political discourse, Stacy Title's "The Last Supper" proposes a kind of Kevorkian Dining & Debating Society: If you don't like your guests' politics, put them out of...
Tags: Crimes, Cameron Diaz, Murder, Movies, Academy Awards
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 3, 1995 Comedy loves misery, and few things manufacture discontent as efficiently as ritualized family gatherings. "Home for the Holidays" hopes to find the laughs in the mad chaos of one miserable Thanksgiving, but like many holiday...
Tags: Holidays, Jodie Foster, Movies, Anne Bancroft, Holly Hunter
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday May 24, 1996 Another day, another bewilderingly convoluted, not-funny-enough spy flick. Two days after "Mission: Impossible" opens to critical shrugs, along comes "Spy Hard," with a plot that makes as little sense as its predecessor and...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 11, 1996 Piper Laurie lights up the screen as the shy and gentle Dolly Talbo in "The Grass Harp," Charles Matthau's loving film, from the Truman Capote novella, which boasts a large, starry supporting cast and an ingratiating sense of...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 20, 1996 Nothing says more about the many ways the American family is disappearing than the zeal with which Hollywood has zeroed in on the results. "First Wives Club" and its revenge of the original spouse scenario touched a nerve,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 22, 2000 The Coen brothers did not make their reputation by taking things too seriously, and in that sense "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" is of a piece with what's come before. An eccentric, picaresque Southern period comedy, "Bonnie &...
Times Film CriticContradictory as it sounds, Hollywood is the kind of place you have to despair of to truly love. Where else can a director caught in an untruth say, "It's not a lie, it's a gift for fiction," or a producer insist, "I made $11 million last year and I don't...
Zap2It.comIt might blow the show's macho image to say this, but "Rescue Me," which returns 9 p.m. Tuesday on FX, is really just one long public service broadcast. If, as a woman, you've ever wondered how men act when they're together, how they talk to each other,...
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