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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt would have taken quite a star to outshine Sarah Palin at the Republican National Convention. Even John McCain may soon find out why actors hate working with children, cute animals and, now, female Alaskan governors. But the Hollywood politicos who...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNEARLY four decades after riding his Captain America chopper to fame, Peter Fonda is still bucking trends. Two-wheeling through Coldwater Canyon during a recent late-morning ride, Hollywood's iconic biker wasn't showboating on the Harley-Davidson...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCalifornia is laced with fabled roadways: Highway 1, the Golden State, El Camino Real, Route 66 and many others. Some follow the footpaths of padres, the trails of wagon trains. And some are monuments to the Freeway Age and California's bearhug embrace of...
Times Staff WriterTammy Faye Messner, the mascara-laden former wife of televangelist Jim Bakker, the charismatic TV preacher with the choir-boy face with whom she appeared on their popular Christian talk-variety show until his downfall amid scandal in the late 1980s, has...
Next year at least 11 different 3-D pictures will compete for the pleasure of the company of your eyeballs. By the time James Cameron's "Avatar" opens in December 2009, a spotty, unreliable cinematic tradition may well have reached critical mass and found...
Tags: Death, James Mason, Iceland, Movies, Avatar (movie)
Here's a sampling of our panel's opinions on some of the films that opened recently: ' Tropic Thunder' 2 1/2 stars (fair-good) Momgreenbem: This movie was terrible. I don't know how it ever got three stars. I do not know how anyone as talented as Ben...
Tribune staff reporterOur first stops on this Magical Midwestern Tour have essentially been destinations for grownups that young people might, or might not, enjoy. This time, we're blatantly and unapologetically pandering to children. Adults can come along if it's OK with the...
Times Staff WriterClick here to view trailer A comprehensive exploration of what has to be the handiest, most versatile and most divisive word in the English language, Steve Anderson's "****" (pronounced "****") opens just a few days after the Federal Communications...
Tags: Lenny Bruce, Television Industry, CBS Corp., Society, Movies
Washington PostEveryone knows this city is a budget traveler's utopia: The drinks are free, the food is cheap, and casinos all but throw hotel rooms at you. It's the land of milk and 99-cent shrimp cocktails. Everyone doesn't know what he's talking about. In reality,...
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