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Times Staff WriterOutrageous without being offensive, provocatively and unapologetically sexual, alive to the possibilities of life and cinema, Alfonso Cuaron's "Y Tu Mama Tambien" is a sophisticated film happily masquerading as something off the cuff. Nominally a...
TIMES STAFF WRITERThursday December 12, 1996 The ridiculous 14 years that it's taken Michelangelo Antonioni's sublime "Identification of a Woman" to open here merely underlines the timelessness and modernity of one of the world's greatest living directors. ...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 14, 1997 Michael Benson's "Predictions of Fire" is a provocative, dense and demanding exploration of the relationship of art, politics and war as it has been played out over the turbulent 20th century in what was once Yugoslavia. ...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 6, 1997 Young people in French films always seem so much more serious and reflective than their American counterparts, and that can be quite beguiling, as in the case of Laetitia Masson's low-key, pitch-perfect first feature, "To Have...
The Hartford CourantFilm fans, prepare for a busy, gratifying fall. In addition to the spate of remakes, sequels and prequels at the cineplex, the art-house calendar might as well be wrapped in a celluloid ribbon. Dates have yet to be finalized in most cases, but there are...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 4, 1997 It's one thing for a film to retain every bit of its worth after more than 30 years, but more impressive is the ability to be increasingly relevant and moving with the passage of time. Such is the case with Jean-Luc Godard's 1963...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 26, 1997 What a smart move the Nuart has made in presenting each night a different major Jean-Luc Godard film as a second feature to his latest, "For Ever Mozart," which opens a one-week run today. That's because "For Ever Mozart"--...
NewsdayRooted firmly in the tradition of such major film eccentrics as Guy Maddin, Aki Kaurismaki and Darren Aronofsky of "Pi," Cory McAbee's "The American Astronaut" crosses Jean-Luc Godard's "Alphaville" with the "Star Wars" bar and "Twin Peaks." It has been a...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday May 3, 1995 Jean-Luc Godard called the well-brought-up radicals of the 1960s "the children of Marx and Coca-Cola" and a twist on that celebrated phrase is applicable to "Panther," an examination of the Black Panther Party, and its director...
Tags: Melvin van Peebles, Justice System, Gramercy, FBI, Movies
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 5, 1999 "Parker steals. Parker kills. It's a living." Or so claimed the paperback blurb copy for the series of drop-dead hard-boiled novels about a nerveless professional criminal that Donald Westlake wrote in the 1960s and '70s...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 23, 1999 Though you wouldn't know it from Hollywood's kids 'r us obsessions, directors actually can improve as they advance in age. The droll and delicious "Autumn Tale" is the 22nd feature in 79-year-old writer-director Eric Rohmer's...
Tags: Entertainment, Death, Cinema Industry, Canal+, Claude Chabrol
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC4 stars (out of 4) At 73, Jean-Luc Godard, director of the striking new French film "Notre Musique" ("Our Music"), may look like a cineaste contemplating the end, but fortunately for us, he's never out of breath. Still cinematically alive, intense and...
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