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TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 6, 1998 Given Hollywood's current emphasis on things dark and murderous, it was only a matter of time before elderly parties wanted a piece of the action. "Twilight," starring 73-year-old Paul Newman, 67-year-old Gene Hackman, 69-year-...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 18, 1997 "Nothing to Lose" is Exhibit A in what's right and what's wrong with current Hollywood comedy. There's no lack of wickedly funny people to place in films, but once they're cast, no one seems to know exactly what to do with them....
Tags: Jim Carrey, Kelly Preston, Michael McKean, Movies, Sex
FOR THE TIMESFriday January 16, 1998 That actors of color are so infrequently cast as anything but hustlers and wastrels adds an extra dimension of intrigue to "The Keeper," a fable-like character drama that's the first feature by psychiatrist-cum-filmmaker...
Tags: Movies, Death, Igor (movie), Prisons, Isaach De Bankole
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 4, 1998 Fresh off HBO's "The Rat Pack," in which he played Frank Sinatra, Ray Liotta turns up in a terrific neo-noir, "Phoenix," which opens today at the NuWilshire with scant fanfare--but which packs a wallop. It was written by...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 23, 2001 "Monkeybone" is grand fantasy, in which Brendan Fraser and stylish design and energetic special effects play off one another for maximum fun. This sassy Fox release teams "The Nightmare Before Christmas" director Henry...
Movies have always been drawn to writers and artists as subjects. Yet few film biographies of artists are truly successful. Unlike musicians, whose art is inherently based in performance, writers are quickly reduced to souls sweating and fretting over...
Orlando SentinelBOMB THE SYSTEM 3:15 p.m. March 6 at Regal; 9:30 p.m. March 10 at Enzian Adam Bhala Lough's feature debut is a contemporary, genuine look at the gritty, dangerous world of a New York graffiti artist, 19-year-old Blest (Mark Webber, The Laramie Project)....
Times Staff WriterPlaywright-poet-actor Miguel Pinero was a volatile mix of drug-addicted, streetwise crook and impassioned artist who gave early voice to New York's oppressed Puerto Rican community, celebrating its rich traditional culture while protesting the ravages and...
Tags: Drugs and Medicines, Sex Crimes, Literature, Movies, Mike Wright
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 13, 1995 Harvey Keitel, director Wayne Wang and writer Paul Auster had such fun making "Smoke" they got their producers to go along with a second film, "Blue in the Face," in which Keitel returns as Augie Wren, proprietor of the...
Tags: Malik Yoba, Lou Reed, Jared Harris, Lily Tomlin, Victor Argo
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