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Sentinel Television CriticI've been television critic at the Orlando Sentinel for 12 years. My favorite series in that time have included "Friday Night Lights," "Ugly Betty," "Prime Suspect," "The Shield," "24," "Everybody Loves Raymond," "Lost," "Frasier" and "Gilmore Girls." I'...
Times Staff WriterDoes the thought of Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet give you pause? Jane Austen's smartest, toughest and most independent-minded heroine was last portrayed by Jennifer Ehle in the excellent 1995 BBC miniseries, the one that established Colin Firth...
Tribune arts critic3½ stars (out of four) Austen, Shmausten. Do we really need another "Pride & Prejudice," one more dance of misperception performed by Fitzwilliam Darcy, whom the world knows always as Darcy and never as Fitzwilliam, and Lizzie Bennet, whom Jane Austen...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 1, 1998 "Wilde" has found a perfect Oscar in the formidably talented Stephen Fry, who brings an uncanny physical resemblance to the Victorian playwright along with a profound grasp of the great wit's psyche. Coupled with Julian...
Tags: Sony Corp., Judy Parfitt, Michael Sheen, BBC, Death
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 9, 2000 With the monumental three-hour "Sunshine," master director Istvan Szabo relates the tragic and turbulent history of Hungary in the 20th century. The story is told through the Sonnenscheins, an assimilated Jewish family whose last...
Tags: James Frain, Miriam Margolyes, Heroism, William Hurt, Nazi Party
Yes, this summer you'll have the chance to see a lot of movies, even more than last year, as the studios try to build on last summer's record-breaking grosses while the multiplexes provide more and more screens for them to do so. Have at it. As always,...
Times Staff WriterThere's no zeal like the zeal of the newly converted, and so it is that sections of Neil LaBute's frustratingly uneven version of "Possession" just about glow with a satisfying romantic warmth not only unknown but even anathema to the writer-director's...
Tags: David Henry Hwang, Poetry, England, Barry Levinson, Neil LaBute
Films based on esteemed literary works can either delight or disappoint us, and "Possession," Neil LaBute's adaptation of the A.S. Byatt novel about love and detection in the groves of British academe is a polished, luscious-looking misfire. LaBute's film...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 11, 1997 Trivia collectors take note: "Shine" is no longer the only Australian film to use classical music as the key to a sentimental drama about the unbreakable resilience of the human spirit. "Paradise Road" takes the same path,...
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