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Tribune movie critic3½ stars (out of four) Dog and movie lovers, take note: Lassie has come home. Writer-director Charles Sturridge's "Lassie" revives a well-worn, sometimes grand tradition begun in 1938, when Eric Knight's first Lassie story was published. Since then,...
Tags: Peter Dinklage, England, Television, Lassie (dog), Adam Green
Chicago TribuneWriter-director Charles Sturridge's "Lassie" revives a well-worn, sometimes grand tradition begun in 1938, when Eric Knight's first Lassie story was published. Since then, Knight's tale, amplified in his later 1940 novel "Lassie Come Home" — about...
Allentown Morning CallComparison shopping is so fundamental to spending money smarter that academics have studied why some consumers are foolish enough to accept the first price they see. "It's amazing," said Donald Lichtenstein, a marketing professor at University of...
Special to the TribuneA lackluster undercover caper set in Nazi-era Berlin, "All the Queen's Men" bounces from farce to drama to romance with barely a skipped beat. It's not that Nazis can't be comic fodder - Mel Brooks taught us that - or that British intelligence officers...
Tags: Nazi Party, England, Eddie Izzard, Drama (genre), James Cosmo
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC2½ stars (out of 4) In "The Assassination of Richard Nixon," Sean Penn plays a Dostoyevskian Everyman, a hapless would-be presidential killer sinking into a purgatory of futility, madness and delusions of sick grandeur. It's a tribute to Penn's talent...
Tags: Alfonso Cuaron, Cinema Industry, Robert De Niro, Movies, Murder
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3½ stars (out of 4) "Stage Beauty" is a rich, shining valentine to the British theater and the eternal joys of Shakespeare, a movie drama about sex roles and backstage romance that left me smiling, imaginatively sated and a little giddy. Based on...
FOR THE TIMESFriday September 22, 1995 Somewhere after the midpoint of John Irvin's "A Month by the Lake," Uma Thurman, playing an American nanny for rich Italians in 1937 Italy, blurts out an alcohol-amplified insult to Edward Fox, her middle-aged companion...
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