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Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 27 - Feb. 2, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Undercover Boss: When Sara Bittorf of "Boston Market" goes under cover she struggles to manage a busy...
The Hartford CourantIs it possible to fall in love with all the characters in a play, even those who see themselves as less-than-worthy members of the human race? And then, after more than a year, fall in love with them all over again? That's what happened to me with...
Times Staff WriterJust as the Civil War revealed a nation divided, Ronald F. Maxwell's "Gods and Generals," a prequel to his 1993 "Gettysburg," is a film divided. With an awesome sense of authenticity and scope, he has staged three major battles leading up to the...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 6, 1999 "The Thomas Crown Affair" plays by the rules. A moderately diverting entertainment as sleek and aerodynamically sound as the glider its characters tool around in, it takes no extraordinary chances and delivers no major...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 16, 2001 Hollywood has made a habit of taking charismatic, even transgressive performers and putting them into tepid popular entertainments. Think Elvis Presley. Think Richard Pryor. And now, think Chris Rock. In fact, "Down to...
Times Staff Writer"13 Conversations About One Thing" is about as far removed from a Hollywood movie as a film can be and still have familiar stars and a traditional narrative form--albeit with some deft shifts back and forth in time. Tautly written, resolutely low-key,...
- See where this movie is playing. ++++++++++++++++++++ || Make a night of it. Find: - Recommended dining - Recommended bars || ++++++++++++++++++++ Jacqueline Bisset, still one of the screen's great beauties, gets a chance to shine in...
The South rises again in "Gods and Generals," an often striking 3 1/2-hour Civil War epic that has the unfortunate effect of overtipping the dramatic scales in favor of the Southern generals and turning almost everybody into waxen idols who spout...
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Tribune Movie Critic1-1/2 stars (out of 4) Isn't there some kind of unwritten law that a movie has to make some sense before it can make you laugh? Maybe not. Some film premises are so outlandish, so thinly worked out and so deep-down ridiculous that they wind up sinking...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 13, 1996 "Suckers" is the last word anyone says in "The Rich Man's Wife." It's a fitting epitaph for this muddled film as well as an apt description of anyone misguided enough to spend money to see it. Written and directed...
Jill Sprecher's ensemble drama, "Thirteen Conversations About One Thing," is Altman-esque, with intersecting characters whose lives collide because of fate, luck and the bitter ironies of chance. It's about New York City itself, lonely and impersonal,...
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