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TIMES FILM CRITICWith an endeavor like "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, it's the numbers that catch your eye first--and how could they not? An unprecedented three feature films shot simultaneously in 274 days spread over 15 months at a cost of nearly $300 million are...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 8, 1997 "Career Girls" isn't going to cause the fuss that "Secrets & Lies" did, but that's not the point. How often, after all, does a psychologically acute British independent film win the Palme d'Or at Cannes, get nominated for...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 26, 1999 "The Full Monty" screenwriter Simon Beaufoy's first script was "Among Giants," which Sam Miller, in his feature directorial debut, has turned into another winning film that covers the same territory but with more seriousness...
Times Staff WriterTony Wilson, a young Cambridge-educated Manchester TV personality, was among the 42 people in the city's Lesser Free Trade Hall for a June 4, 1976, performance of the already notorious Sex Pistols. It was an electrifying experience for the prescient...
Making a good rock 'n' roll movie must be harder than it seems, because there are so few of them -- even though it's been nearly four decades since Dick Lester and The Beatles seemed to blow out the cobwebs and cliches from the movie-musical form in their...
Times Staff WriterMidway through the ingratiating comedy "13 Going On 30," I wondered what would have happened if one of the naughty girls from last year's indie release "Thirteen" had time traveled into the future. For one thing, unlike the new film's preternaturally...
Courant Staff WriterGreg Butler traveled to Bradley International Airport this week in anonymity, no one the wiser to the contents of the carry-on bag stored in the overhead compartment. Striding through the airport, he blended into the crowd, appearing to be just another...
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Chicago Tribune movie criticIn "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," a great mythic movie cycle gets the ending it deserves -- and we can finally see this stunningly completed film trilogy for what it is: one of the major achievements of film history. This is a movie...
Times Staff WritersThis year's nominations are as noteworthy for their surprise inclusions as for their omissions. No one was more shocked than New Zealand actress Keisha Castle-Hughes, who at 13 is the youngest person ever nominated for best actress. Castle-Hughes,...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer2 stars (out of 4) "13 Going on 30" plays like it was made by people who are 30 going on 13. The movie is as flighty and mixed up as the adolescent girl at its center. The premise is basically "Big" meets time travel. In 1987, 13-year-old suburbanite...
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