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Sun StaffAll week long, young and old, they've come to Middle River to pay homage to Vinnie Barbarino of television's Sweathogs fame. Or Danny Zuko from the movie Grease. But mostly it was, in the collective mind's eye of the fans who lined up daily by the...
Tags: Los Angeles, Television, John Travolta, Arts and Culture, Movies
Times Staff WriterDo graphic novels really need defending anymore? Because the oppositional, slightly defensive comic book guy stance is starting to feel atavistic. Michael Chabon won a Pulitzer Prize for "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay," and then took a crack...
The Hartford CourantBetween the end of summer and the edge of winter and the holiday season, the movies shrink. The budgets are lower; the weekend totals dip. As young acolytes await the second coming of Harry Potter on Nov. 15 and older fans count the days until Pierce...
Sun StaffMorris Chestnut didn't pursue acting for its elusive promise of fame and glory. Though recently, a steady flow of roles in mainstream films has kept Chestnut's resume growing, the thought of becoming a household name doesn't charm him at all. Right now,...
Times Staff WriterIn 'Nicotina,' chaos intersects flawed yet star-crossed lives in a Mexican heist. How dark is "Nicotina"? According to producer Martha Sosa, it's "the darkest, darkest part of the cigarette." But the cool, stylish Mexican heist-gone-wrong comedy is darker...
Times Staff WriterIn "21 Grams," a brutal and brutalizing new film from Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu, fate is a noose that slips over the necks of the guilty and innocent alike. In this fractured story about loss and love involving three separate families,...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3½ stars (out of 4) Film noir never dies. It just keeps coming back, drenched in black, guns blazing. At least that's the case with "Sin City," an amazingly successful attempt by Robert Rodriguez to translate Frank Miller's hard-boiled, brutally violent...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday January 30, 1998 A murder has been committed, and, since this is a movie, it goes without saying that it is a sensational, grisly murder--a prostitute has been sawed in half, her body parts dumped miles from one another. A couple of...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday May 15, 1998 Quentin Tarantino's chief sin--other than his atrocious acting--has been to inspire every moron with access to a movie camera and Daddy's credit cards to knock off a low-budget, noirish thriller about young, disaffected clowns...
Tags: Death, Entertainment, John Travolta, Pamela Segall, Uma Thurman
Special to the TimesWhen "Traffic's" Benicio Del Toro beat out Russell Crowe and Tom Hanks for the Screen Actors Guild best-actor award earlier this month, there was a good deal of head scratching. Not that he didn't deserve the award, but if the Academy of Motion Picture...
Times Staff WriterSeeing him sitting in a cramped trailer on a film set, dressed in all black except for a pair of purple flower-patterned socks, his cell phone constantly chirping, it's hard to imagine that Michael Shamberg has ever been anything but a movie producer....
Chicago Tribune movie criticCan Cannes bounce back from "The Brown Bunny"? Or will Michael Moore's already controversial "Fahrenheit 9/11" dominate the international movie showcase, which begins again Wednesday on the southern coast of France? Last year's Cannes Film Festival --...
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