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Debora Bell would be glad "if 3-D went away." The Rockville printer is just the kind of filmgoer Hollywood wants to keep happy. Her family goes to movies every week. They get to the first screenings they can, usually at the 3-D-equipped AMC Columbia or...
Orange Coast College's Circle K Club, a collegiate leadership development program sponsored by Kiwanis International, sent 40 members to the California-Nevada-Hawaii Circle K 58th annual Convention in Woodland Hills. The OCC students collected more than...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersAs film and TV writers are walking the picket line, the directors who bring their scripts to life are walking their own fine line. Directors are in a quandary over when to begin their contract talks with the major studios. Historically, directors have...
NewsdayBrain-numbing movies in August are as common as the hum of cicadas and tropical humidity. And, like both of those things, they can put you right to sleep. This time around, in "Material Girls" — doesn't the title make you the teensiest bit anxious?...
NewsdayBrain-numbing movies in August are as common as the hum of cicadas and tropical humidity. And, like both of those things, they can put you right to sleep. This time around, in "Material Girls" -- doesn't the title make you the teensiest bit anxious? --...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday July 2, 1997 The "Grumpy Old Men" movies reunited Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau with box-office success, but "Out to Sea" is more like it. Much more. Here's a movie mainly about people who are considerably over 21 without a single old...
Times Staff WriterOnce upon a feminist time, stories about princes on white horses were verboten unless the prince looked like Alan Alda and was super-sympathetic to the female orgasm. Times and feminism change, however, and these days, a woman can have an advanced...
After close to half a century on stage and screen, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, the co-stars of "Out to Sea," keep fooling, beguiling and surprising us. Nothing can sink or ruffle them. Even with substandard scripts or dubious projects, they remain one...
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Chicago Tribune Movie Critic1-1/2 stars (out of 4) "The Prince & Me" is a romantic comedy about the farmer's daughter and the traveling prince - winsome Paige Morgan (Julia Stiles) from Wisconsin and dapper Prince Edvard (Luke Mably) from Denmark - and despite its cast and director...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 27, 1995 "Three Wishes" is a wonderful film, full of warmth, humor and charm, a family drama with the possibility of the supernatural. It is an uncommonly accurate period piece, the kind that goes beneath the surface, and its stars,...
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