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Hollywood traffics in heroes, and this season is no different, but current events remind us that the qualifications for heroism on the big screen are, as ever, subject to the whims of history, politics and popular culture. It was bad enough when Kevin...
Tags: U.S. Army, Will Smith, Cate Blanchett, Defense, Nazi Party
1. BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID (George Roy Hill; 1969) 3 1/2 stars One western that nearly everyone likes is this affable, picaresque, elegiac tale of two charming outlaws on the run: Paul Newman's feisty Butch Cassidy and Robert Redford's...
Times Staff Writer"I never thought I'd be one of those women who had a relationship with her interior designer," Gigi Levangie Grazer says. She is standing in the kitchen of her Pacific Palisades home, surrounded by honed limestone counters and cabinets painted the color...
Conrad L. Hall, one of the giants of Hollywood filmmaking whose death from cancer in January at age 76 was mourned throughout the world of cinema, posthumously won the Academy Award on Sunday evening for best cinematography for his dark and gritty...
Tags: Photography, Conrad L Hall, Sam Mendes, John Bailey, Death
Times Staff WriterNed Kelly is Australia's most famous outlaw, a 19th century Irish immigrants' son who resisted British colonial oppression and became a folk hero celebrated in books, plays, operas, paintings, reenactments, even the 2000 Sydney Olympics and films, with...
Tags: 2016 Olympic Games, Immigration, Murder, Assault, Gang Activity
Orlando Citybeat WriterJust for the record, Hidalgo is the name of Viggo Mortensen's horse. It's not Viggo's character's name, it's not the name of the race he participates in, and it's not Spanish for "mediocrity" at least as far as I know. Hidalgo is also the name of the...
Special to The TimesThe real mountain bikers, those with ropy leg muscles and well-worn bike saddles, careened down the Jeep Trail, past the red rocks and purple pinnacles, toward the White Rim Trail below. In minutes, they sliced through the sandstone layer cake of reds,...
Tribune Movie Critic2-1/2 stars (out of 4) "The Stepford Wives," a remake of the 1975 movie thriller about suburban wives who have been turned into smiling, submissive robots, is a nightmare comedy that often succeeds as comedy -- but definitely fails as a nightmare. That's...
Sun StaffAdam and Eve. Romulus and Remus. Romeo and Juliet. Tippecanoe and Tyler, too. Sears and Roebuck. Hard to think of one without the other, isn't it? Is there a chance future generations will think of Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts, stars of "The Mexican,"...
Times Staff WriterFor much of January, snow, ice and freezing wind shut down Portland, Ore. Annual rainfall the rest of the year averages 3 feet. It's the kind of city, in short, where it would be folly to design a movie theater with a retractable roof. And yet that was...
Times Staff Writer"Stander" opens with an aerial shot of Johannesburg, South Africa, its skyline interchangeable with that of many major U.S. cities — until the shot abruptly gives way to the shanty rooftops of black townships, as potent an image of the severe...
Times Staff WriterYou probably don't give much thought to Fort Worth when you fly into Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. If you think about it at all, you may associate the town with cowboys, livestock and rodeos. And with good reason: Fort Worth residents are proud...
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