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Tribune movie reporter3 stars (out of 4) One might not necessarily assume that the multifaceted story of a Taiwanese family could be easily transplanted across the globe into a Mexican-American household. Yet Ang Lee's 1995 Taiwanese family drama "Eat Drink Man Woman" has...
Tags: Samuel Goldwyn, Tortilla Soup, Family, Movies, Tortillas
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 12, 1998 "Six Days, Seven Nights" must have sounded irresistible on paper. In fact, on paper it still does. "Here's Harrison Ford the way you like to see him, the rugged man's man with the crooked grin and gruff charm. Who's he...
TIMES STAFF WRITERSince Ang Lee is a truly international director, it is not surprising that his 1994 Oscar-nominated "Eat Drink Man Woman" makes the smoothest of transitions from Taipei to East Los Angeles as "Tortilla Soup." The story of a long-widowed father, a master...
Tags: Samuel Goldwyn, Family, Tortilla Soup, Movies, High Schools
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 8, 2001 A gift for spectacle and a chunk of computer-generated visuals notwithstanding, "Atlantis: The Lost Empire" plays more like the best Disney animated film of 1981 than 2001. Story line and characterization are decidedly old-...
Summer is over but temperatures are still running high in the 15th Precinct, home of "NYPD Blue." Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz) is marked for death after roughing up the girlfriend of a ruthless, drug-dealing pimp called Money T. Sipowicz's partner, John...
In "A Man Apart,' Vin Diesel - the glowering, bullet-headed star of "The Fast and the Furious" and "XXX" - plays another surly, hot-tempered action hero, former L.A. gangbanger turned DEA agent Sean Vetter, who joins up with fellow gangster-turned-narc...
Times Staff WriterNow that there's a real war going on, the euphemistic war on drugs that has taken up so much screen time seems more and more meaningless, and movies about it, like the current "A Man Apart," feel increasingly anachronistic. We may still be, as the film's...
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