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Sentinel movie criticBy ROGER MOORE Sentinel movie critic Here's a look at films with scheduled 2009 release dates -- all dates are subject to change without notice. Feb. 6 Coraline (Focus) The latest animation from Henry Selick (Nightmare Before Christmas) concerns a...
Times Staff WriterIn "Where the Truth Lies," the 10th feature film by prolific Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan, Colin Firth and Kevin Bacon play Vince Collins and Lanny Morris, a comedy song-and-dance team with a striking resemblance to Martin and Lewis, except one is...
Tags: Kevin Bacon, Comedy (genre), Movies, Death, Alison Lohman
The Hartford CourantRelease dates are subject to change. Nov. 23 The Ice Harvest - Harold Ramis stretches a bit with this comic thriller, in which John Cusack's sleazebag lawyer lusts after Connie Nielsen's strip-club owner. Billy Bob Thornton, so good at playing...
SPECIAL TO ZAP2ITAtom Egoyan's "Where the Truth Lies" (available February 28th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) should be a lot better than it is. It's got a hell of a story, courtesy of Rupert Holmes' novel about a Martin-and-Lewis-like comedy act forever...
Tags: Kevin Bacon, Michelle Pfeiffer, Blockbuster, Sony Corp., Death
Zap2It.comWhen it comes to big screen nudity, it was an important year for Anne Hathaway and now the "Princess Diaries" star is beginning to reap the rewards. Shedding clothing along with her good girl image, Hathaway disrobed in both "Brokeback Mountain" and...
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 WriterIt's not unusual for documentaries to dominate a festival. And this year's Los Angeles Film Festival is no exception, with a strong group of nonfiction works largely connected by a search for justice and redemption. Below are 10 recommended films from...
Special to The TimesNearly a decade ago, Isabel Coixet found herself on an oil rig off the southern coast of Chile. An aspiring if impecunious filmmaker, she was there to shoot an industrial film for Shell Oil. The job was neither glamorous nor idyllic, but in the weeks...
Special to The TimesThere may be no young actress today better at embodying a blend of wounded innocence and stoic pride than Sarah Polley. In "The Secret Life of Words," she has a part worthy of her gifts. Polley drew international acclaim as an accident victim in Atom...
Times Staff WriterJust as Steven Spielberg reached a point at which he was prepared to tackle the Holocaust, in which some of his own relatives lost their lives, with "Schindler's List," Canada's boldly idiosyncratic Atom Egoyan became ready to deal in his own way, in...
Times Film CriticThe exquisite and overwhelming emotional tapestry that is "The Sweet Hereafter" plays its credits over the simplest and most primal of scenes. An infant and its parents, unclothed and drowsy under white sheets, share the same quiet bed. It's a pristine...
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 31, 1997 Does God smile on Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain? Let's examine the evidence: Mickey Mantle, Will Rogers and J.J. Cale; 168 dead in a terrorist bombing; and the banning of "The Tin Drum." The...
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