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PASSINGS: Gordon Tootoosis, Eddy Nicholson, Mika Myllyla, Anna Massey, Robert H. Widmer, Richard PoffGordon Tootoosis Actor known for Native American roles Gordon Tootoosis, 69, a Canadian actor who often played Native American characters in movies and on television, including One Stab in the 1994 epic western "Legends of the Fall," died Tuesday at a...
This week: World Series; ‘X Factor’ finalists; Broadway on ‘Dancing With the Stars’; Cheryl Ladd on ‘NCIS’The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelABC celebrates Halloween on its Wednesday comedies. I'm looking forward to Sue asking her dad for costume advice on "The Middle," starting at 8 p.m. "Modern Family," at 9, repeats last year's episode depicting how Halloween goes hilariously wrong at...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelIn the early 1980s, Steven Spielberg — as a director and producer — served up gangs of daring, resourceful, fun-loving moppets who came to define their generation. He became a Norman Rockwell of the big screen, presenting American suburbia...
Zap2ItA star of one of television's top sitcoms, Kaley Cuoco is hoping to make a big bang in the movies, too. The young actress's career has been centered on the home screen, thanks to regular roles on "8 Simple Rules" (still seen in repeats on ABC Family),...
Zap2It.comStephen King has turned again and again to his home state of Maine as a setting for stories of terror, with great success. But some of his tales just aren't suited to fields, woods and rocky seashore. On Tuesday, May 23, ABC premieres the three-hour...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 17, 1998 In the admirably swift opening of the psychological mystery thriller "Suicide Kings," a smart B-picture with lots of A-pluses, a shrewd veteran gangster, wonderfully well-played by Christopher Walken, is kidnapped by a bunch of...
Tags: Crimes, Christopher Walken, Midtown, Suicide, Criminals
For The TimesThat last year's Venice Film Festival turned down "Boogie Nights" in favor of "Niagara Niagara" should help American audiences get over any lingering inferiority complex they might have regarding European cinema, or aesthetics--although it won't allay...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday July 18, 1997 Neil Mandt's "Hijacking Hollywood" is a fast and funny take on one of the film industry's most durable subjects: how hard it is to break into the movies. Mandt and his co-writer Jim Rossow have come up with an inspired twist...
Times Staff Writer"I Capture the Castle" is a singular experience. It's a rich, emotional story, a wonderfully appealing film made with humor and intelligence, but there is also something almost magical about how it takes the stuff of innumerable previous films —...
Tags: Tara Fitzgerald, Mike Newell, England, BBC, Samuel Goldwyn
Times Staff Writer"E.T." is back, and that has to be a good thing. Hugely popular with audiences and critics on its initial release, "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" (to give it its full name) is being reissued in a special 20th anniversary edition that features, we are...
Tags: Gaming, Erika Eleniak, Drew Barrymore, Adults, Steven Spielberg
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