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Show TrackerHonesty -- or the lack thereof -- is a favorite recurring theme on "The Good Wife." Tuesday nightâ€™s episode examined a slightly different, though related, premise: authenticity. At the behest of his new pollster Matt (Jeremy Strong), Peter decides to......
Zap2ItA stylish, well-organized bank-robbery gang makes the mistake of staging one heist too many - and drawing the attention of a police detective ( Matt Dillon) determined to bring down their operation - in this fast-paced melodrama. Idris Elba plays the...
Tags: Movies, Theft, Hayden Christensen, Los Angeles, Crimes
Special to The Times"NEWS flash," says director Spike Lee, grabbing the digital voice recorder that's on the table before him, placing it to his lips. "Spike Lee does not assume that every white person is racist. I do not feel that way. And I have not felt that way in the...
Zap2It.com"Sleeper Cell" star Michael Ealy is moving from Showtime to ABC, taking a part in the Guy Ritchie-directed pilot "Suspect." Another fairly good-sized group of actors has signed up for pilot duty, including Matthew Lillard in "Area 52," Chris Wiehl in...
Tags: FBI, Nature, ABC (tv network), Family, Brooke Shields
Zap2It.comShowtime has decided to awaken another "Sleeper Cell" later this year. The pay-cable network has ordered a second batch of episodes for the show, which earned a Golden Globe nomination this year for best miniseries. Michael Ealy and Oded Fehr will once...
Times Staff Writer"November" is not the sleek lady-in-distress thriller that its trailers suggest. More of a psychological mystery, it gets underway with a well-staged opening sequence as a young man (James Le Gros) stops at a corner market in Los Angeles one evening to...
Tags: Thriller (genre), Death, Los Angeles, Gary Winick, Anne Archer
It's Monday, and a merciless late-July sun bounces off white sand and sparkles on rolling surf. The only thing out of place on this perfect Southern California beach day are the tents set up amid the umbrellas and folding chairs, the huge light...
Tags: Santa Monica, FBI, Islam, Fox Broadcasting Company, Israel
Times Staff WriterIf you cut the expletives from "Never Die Alone," it's unlikely that this updated blaxploitation flick would run more than 15 minutes. As it is, this thrill-free thriller runs just 82 blue minutes, including opening and closing credits. Yet despite the...
Tags: James Cagney, Movies, Santa Monica, Assault, Death
Times Staff Writer"Barbershop 2: Back in Business" is that rare sequel — one worthy of its original. "Barbershop," set in a vintage Chicago South Side tonsorial parlor, was a hilarious and ingratiating hit last year, its box office no doubt helped by a flap over...
Times Staff Writer"In some communities, a barbershop is merely a place where you go to get your haircut," explains actor and rapper Ice Cube. "However, in the black community, barbershops are a place where black people get to hang out and express themselves with no...
Tribune staff reporter2 stars (out of 4) "Never Die Alone," the dark new gangland drama starring rapper DMX, purports to be literate film noir but comes off more like the overwritten project of a film school kid who just memorized his textbook on the style: "For pitch-perfect...
Tags: Movies, Death, Clifton Powell, Crimes, Drama (genre)
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