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Special to The Times"Pathfinder" is one of the funniest films of the year. That's not good news for this attempted action-adventure, which clearly lost its way in its own copious fog. The setup is good: One of the Viking expeditions to reach North America hundreds of...
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Zap2It.comDiagnosed with cancer in March, Patrick Swayze is apparently healthy enough to return to work. According to The Hollywood Reporter, A&E has given a series pick-up to "The Beast," giving the show a 13-episode order. Production on "The Beast" will begin...
Special to The Times"The Last Mimzy" is indeed a puzzler. Being a "family film" may excuse many faults, considering the intended audience, but it's hard to think of a recent movie that has more determinedly married the engaging with the banal. In this genre the only...
I am not now nor have I ever been a 13-year-old girl, but "Twilight" made me wish I could be, at least for a couple of hours, the better to appreciate a movie that has been targeted to that demographic with the delicious specificity of a laser weapon. In...
Zap2It.comFast National ratings for Friday, May 5, 2006 Friday's ratings followed their usual pattern, with CBS' lineup of dramas building over the night to a solid win over second-place NBC. CBS earned a 7.4 rating/13 share in primetime, topping NBC's 5.9/11....
Zap2It.comEver the magazine for sensitive men with refined cinematic tastes, Playboy has put together a list of the 10 Worst Chick Flicks of All Time, a slate topped, quite naturally, by the Garry Marshall schmaltz-fest "Beaches." In introing the list, the good...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 10, 1998 Like most cinematic love stories, "City of Angels" starts with a misunderstanding. A major misunderstanding. When plucky L.A. heart surgeon Dr. Maggie Rice (Meg Ryan) first runs into the dishy Seth (Nicolas Cage) in a...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday May 8, 1998 Wolf-Beiderman is a comet 7 miles long, roughly the size of Manhattan. Weighing in at 500 billion tons, it's got the heft of Mt. Everest. But instead of minding its own business in deep space, this big bully is headed for direct...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 2, 1998 Some movies are so cloying and simplistically sentimental they could rouse the Grinch in a saint. "What Dreams May Come" is a hymn to enduring romance off-putting enough that playing the old rock anthem "Love Stinks" at top...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Academy Award nominations of Will Smith ("Ali"), Denzel Washington ("Training Day") and Halle Berry ("Monster's Ball") have made this a historic Oscar season. It's the first time two African-American males have been nominated in the best-actor...
Los Angeles TimesThe Academy Award nominations of Will Smith ("Ali"), Denzel Washington ("Training Day") and Halle Berry ("Monster's Ball") have made this a historic Oscar season. It's the first time two African American males have been nominated in the best actor...
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