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When it comes to lacrosse, all roads lead to Baltimore: That's key to the history of "Crooked Arrows," the first mainstream feature about the sport. It involves a stream of small investors and one genuine big-screen superhero — Brandon Routh, star...
Tribune movie critic3½ stars (out of four) The sometimes magical people who populate the movie "Disappearances"--primarily a feisty Vermont clan on a raid to steal illegal Canadian whiskey from a notorious whiskey pirate during Prohibition--obviously don't know their own...
Tags: Sprague, Luis Guzman, Kris Kristofferson, Gene Siskel, Movies
Tribune criticWine may be sunlight held together by water, as Galileo said, but " Bottle Shock" is held together only by Alan Rickman. It's interesting, given how the actor has built so many exquisite characterizations on the foundation of a certain look, that of a...
NewsdayVroom. Vroom vroom. Vrrroooooomvrrrroooooommm. VRRRROOOOOOOOOOOOM. Hey, keep it down, willya? I can't hear the heavy-metal music. Imagine a motorcycle movie scored by Vivaldi. Now erase it from your mind. The motorcycle movie, needless to say, is a...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday September 11, 1998 "Digging to China," actor Timothy Hutton's directorial debut, has managed modest theatrical distribution, but it's a decidedly small-screen endeavor. The film benefits from a strong performance from newcomer Evan Rachel...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 27, 1999 Who better, or so you might think, to play the lead in "Dudley Do-Right" than Brendan Fraser, an actor whose persona contains so much of the straight-arrow Canadian Mountie that you could run a retrospective of his career...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 11, 2001 Playwright Del Shores has long been an acclaimed mainstay of local theater--and a veteran TV writer as well. With their crowd-pleasing blend of wisdom and laughter, his plays--"Daddy's Dyin' . . . Who's Got the Will?," for...
Tags: Tammy Wynette, Leslie Jordan, Delta Burke, Death, Movies
Times Staff Writer"The Burial Society" is a crafty little crime film that mixes Old Testament wisdom with an O. Henry plot. Written and directed by Canadian Nicholas Racz, the film features fine performances by a cast of veteran actors but is marred by its unconvincing...
Times Staff WriterWhat's it all about, alky? For Tulley (Anthony LaPaglia), the failed writer and self-loathing lush at the center of Mike Bencivenga's depressing drama of co-dependence, "Happy Hour," it's about Dad, mostly. Tulley published some stories years ago and...
Times Staff WriterC. Jay Cox's "Latter Days" is a love story involving two people from such radically different worlds that it is inevitable their lives will be turned upside-down, never to be the same. Yet Cox expresses a profound belief in the transforming power of love,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 12, 1996 Meet Frank, Barbara, Martin, Gale, Jerry, Linda and, of course, Denise. Please. Because even though they're all great friends, they won't meet one another. Not in person. Not ever. "Denise Calls Up," one of the surprise...
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