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Tribune rock criticConsider the chest-thumping album titles: "Thriller," "Bad," "Dangerous," "HIStory." Now there is "Invincible" (Epic), Michael Jackson's first album in six years, out Tuesday. Jackson is once again insistently trying to sell us something about his...
Magic Number The $100-million mark may not be as illustrious as it once was, with more than 200 films having reached that box office benchmark, but Robert Zemeckis could become the first director to release two $100-million-grossing films in the same...
The self-regard it took for Martin Lawrence to star in "Black Knight" must be astounding. Consider the opening: a mirror-point-of-view shot of him brushing and flossing his teeth, plucking his nose hairs and swabbing his ears -- all while he mugs...
OK, 2001 hasn't been the greatest movie year so far, but fall tends to be the season on which top-10 lists are built. The next few months look especially crowded thanks in part to the studios having rushed movies into production in preparation for the...
If you type "Chris Tucker" and "annoying" into the Google Internet search engine, you get 2,440 hits. Propelled by Tucker's high-pitched voice and ants-in-your-pants energy, his characters often are designed to get under people's skin, whether he's...
Tags: Celebrities, Comedy (genre), Robert De Niro, Luc Besson, Death
NewsdayApplying the scruffy, slacker mood of "Friday" to a caper plot that seems downloaded from Elmore Leonard's out basket seems presumptuous at best. Yet "All About the Benjamins" shows this blend can go down more smoothly than one would have imagined....
Tags: John Murphy, Mike Epps, Corporate Crime, Ice Cube, Jamie Foxx
Times Staff WriterAll Jackie Chan vehicles are of interest--how could they not be, with him as the star?--but they're not all created equal, and it's fair to say "The Tuxedo" will not be at the top of anyone's list. It's simply Hollywood's latest attempt to fit Asia's...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 18, 1998 "Rush Hour" effectively teams Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in a formulaic but funny action comedy that should please fans of both stars. Writers Jim Kouf and Ross Lamanna and director Brett Ratner nicely contrast Hong Kong'...
Associated Press WriterSANTA MARIA, Calif. - Michael Jackson's defense lawyers announced they may call Elizabeth Taylor, Jay Leno, Quincy Jones and Kobe Bryant to the witness stand in the pop star's molestation trial. The list of possible witnesses sounded like coming...
FOR THE TIMESFriday September 17, 1999 Committees make movies like "Blue Streak" and the finished product looks as if this particular panel still hasn't reached a quorum, much less a consensus. It starts out like a caper flick that shifts, almost by...
Tags: Chris Rock, Nicole Ari Parker, Movies, Comedy (genre), Theft
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