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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThis remake of a very good Israeli thriller about aged ex-agents who dash off to capture or assassinate a Nazi war criminal in a Soviet rest home was supposed to come out last Christmas. “The Debt” has a very good remake cast — Helen...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelWe keep a running in-house tally of what's opening and when on the cinema scene, and a few times a year, I just dump the dates I have out on the blog here to give you an idea of what's opening, what it's about, and when. As May 6 is the more or less ...
Culture MonsterDaniel Radcliffe, star of the "Harry Potter" films and Broadway's "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," tops the list of richest actors under 30 in Great Britain. Robert Pattinson and Keira Knightley also make the list....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelDates are changing, studios are firming up release plans, figuring out what will actually be finished in time for this or that target date, in some cases. Films will be picked up at Sundance and find their way into theaters. Documentaries will find a...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThirty minutes into the exorcism thriller, “The Rite,” Anthony Hopkins shows up. And for this performance, playing a grizzled, whimsical Welsh exorcist plying his trade in the working class back alleys of Rome, Sir Tony packed the...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe original version of The Debt wasn't widely distributed in the U.S., but it played at the Jewish Film Festival here in Orlando a year or two back. Superb story of the now aged Mossad agents recalling and dealing with the consequences of their attempt...
Times Staff Writer"Amazing Grace," a story of idealism, idealists and speaking truth to power, understands there is something inordinately moving and dramatic about a man who stands up for what is right and makes a difference in this life. The man in question is William...
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Times Staff WriterFrom "Thief," his first theatrical feature, through "Heat" and 2004's "Collateral," filmmaker Michael Mann has always felt the attraction of the hard, cold criminal world, where the night is alive with menace and the day is not far behind. Now, with...
Tags: Brazil, Cinema Industry, Michael Mann, Movies, Drug Trafficking
Zap2It.comFor weeks before its release, and for months afterwards, Steven Spielberg's "Munich" was pilloried from all sides, for any number of invented or imagined arguments -- moral relativism, overidentification with Israelis, overidentification for Palestinians,...
Zap2It.comFirst, animated ants were everywhere. Suddenly it seems that filmmakers can't get enough of animated mice and rats. Universal has lined up an all-star cast to led their pipes to "The Tale of Despereaux," an adaptation of the Newberry Medal-winning...
Zap2It.comFew stories are more familiar than the one told in "The Nativity Story," a new film about the trials of Mary and Joseph, the journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem and the birth of Christ. So it seems a wonder at times that director Catherine Hardwicke and...
Times Staff WriterMargot Kidder is back, looking far too young and beautiful to be the mother of a 30-year-old son, and giving a beguiling performance as an easygoing parent in Stephen Kijak's skittish "Never Met Picasso." It's a wry comedy, decidedly on the callow side,...
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