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Tribune movie reporterThe romance of the Sundance Film Festival is simple: It's the place where long-harbored dreams are first exposed to public view and, if favorably received, are launched into the world. Gordy Hoffman had been driving a cab in Chicago for 3 1/2 years...
When diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, Paul Sorvino worked with his doctor to create an overall treatment plan that included diet, exercise, and diabetes medications. He also realized the importance of support, and was thankful for his family and friends to...
Gary Winick, a pioneering producer and director of independent digital films who found mainstream success with such movies as "13 Going on 30" and "Letters to Juliet," has died. He was 49. Winick, who was diagnosed with brain cancer about two years ago,...
Zap2ItRomeo's true love wasn't a real person, but that doesn't keep women from writing her notes about their own romantic trials ... in this movie, at least, which boasts lovely Italian scenery. Amanda Seyfried ( "Mamma Mia!") plays an American in Verona who...
Recently dumped by her girlfriend, writer Allegra (Elizabeth Reaser) creates a love triangle of flexible sexuality by hooking up with college professor Philip (Justin Kirk) and aspiring glass blower Grace (Gretchen Mol). Things get sticky when Allegra...
Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) Maria Maggenti's "Puccini for Beginners" is pretty clever indie stuff, a sharp-witted romantic comedy that takes the old Woody Allen screwball style and mood and amusingly applies them to a story about tangled gay and straight...
NewsdayWhen you are feeling like a loser, taking a trip to loser-land may not be the most consoling recourse. Such, more or less, is the conclusion reached early on by Jim, the eponymous slacker played by Casey Affleck in Steve Buscemi's low-key comedy...
Times Staff WriterThe new live-action rendering of E.B. White's perennial children's favorite, "Charlotte's Web," is so carefully spun that it's lifeless. Which is ironic because, since it was first published in 1952, the book the movie is based on has been a gentle...
Special to the Tribune2 stars (out of four) Okay, let's get it over with: Courteney Coxa very seriously de-prettified, de-glamorized, de-"Friends"-ified, almost mousy Courteney Coxacquits herself quite well in "November," Greg Harrison's atmospheric psycho-thriller. If...
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Zap2It.comFilm producer Michael London has a few "Smart People" in mind for his next film. "Sideways" actor Thomas Haden Church, Rachel Weisz and Dennis Quaid are set to star in the indie comedy-drama helmed by first-time feature director Noam Murro, according...
Times Staff Writer"November" is not the sleek lady-in-distress thriller that its trailers suggest. More of a psychological mystery, it gets underway with a well-staged opening sequence as a young man (James Le Gros) stops at a corner market in Los Angeles one evening to...
Tags: Ice Cream, Anne Archer, Death, Nora Dunn, Courteney Cox
Times Staff WriterWim Wenders' "Land of Plenty" offers a thoughtful look at a post-9/11 United States from one of its most caring longtime observers, an artist whose vision of America can record terrible socioeconomic inequity, ignorance and paranoia yet somehow remain...
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