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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 17, 1999 It's not surprising that master director Emir Kusturica, from a former Yugoslav republic, would seek a change of pace after his 1995 Cannes prizewinner, "Underground," a controversial, bleakly absurdist epic take on half...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 12, 1999 A wondrous blending of art and science, the Imax 3-D film "Galapagos" finds Carole Baldwin, a Smithsonian marine biologist, retracing Darwin's 1835 journey to the Galapagos Islands off Ecuador that yielded his theory of...
Times Staff Writer"Are We There Yet?" gets nowhere. Its star Ice Cube remains characteristically amiable, but this thuddingly miscalculated comedy is way beneath him. The filmmakers clearly intend a family comedy about the lengths to which a guy who doesn't like kids will...
Times Staff WriterISKANDARIYAH, Iraq — Blackouts are ordered at night. Even flashlights are forbidden. Conspicuous landmarks are dismantled. Officers tell their men not to salute them, for fear they will be targeted by lurking snipers. In the wake of a mortar...
Tags: Baseball, Aon PLC, Death, College Baseball, Sports
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER3 stars (out of 4) Director James Wan's "Saw" is a nasty, nasty piece of business. And I mean that in the nicest possible way. Even for those with ironclad stomachs and eccentric movie tastes, Wan's tense, grisly cinematic morsel won't go down easy....
Tags: Cary Elwes, David Fincher, Plastic Surgeons, Death, Crimes
Tribune staff reporterFive minutes into our conversation, Gary Gulley articulates my fascination with photo booths, those magical vendors of four vertical photographs. "It kind of flashes unpredictably -- catches you the least little bit off guard," says Gulley, sales...
Tags: Golf, History, Book, Lobbying, The New York Times
Baltimore Sun Movie CriticOnly an "m" separates Neo, the hero of The Matrix Reloaded, and Nemo, the hero of Finding Nemo, but an ocean of vitality and exuberance divides the Matrix sequel from the Pixar studio's latest work of computer-animation genius. Finding Nemo marks the...
Special to the TribuneThere's enough figgy pudding on local stages this time of year to send half the metropolitan area into insulin shock, and enough dyspeptic anti-holiday offerings to keep the Bah Humbuggers happy as well. But for those who truly enjoy the deeper meaning of...
Tags: Broadway Theater, Family, Theater, Entertainment
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER3 stars (out of 4) The best movies capture their time in history, taking us to another world and making us see ourselves from a fresh angle. The wildly inventive, sweetly subversive "Robots" fits squarely into this category. Blue Sky Studio's high-...
Times Staff WriterSoon after the comedy "Looney Tunes: Back in Action" opens, Daffy Duck riffles through another script in which he gets the short end of the carrot stick. Seated at the head of a mile-long table lined with strikingly inanimate human movie executives, Daffy...
TIMES STAFF WRITERMonday August 28, 1995 "Arabian Knight" is a charmer for children but is a bit too simple a tale to hold adult attention. However, parents who go with their kids cannot fail to be blown away by the sheer beauty and sophistication of the film's...
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