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Special to The TimesWE all live for the sun. At least, that's the case in Southern California. How many people have high-tailed it west after watching cutaway shots of surfers and inline skaters wearing hardly anything during the Rose Bowl broadcast every January? The...
Times Staff WriterTwo teen girls forge an explosive connection in a compelling Pawel Pawlikowski film.What is it about the mercurial emotional voltage of teenage girls that contains the potential for obsessive relationships? The deep need for closeness, the manic...
When it comes to fashon, California is more proselytizer than creator. Some of the clothing most identified with the Golden State was actually invented elsewhere -- the bikini in France, for instance, or designer jeans in Milan. What California has done...
TV audiences help Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Kathleen Marshall find the stars of a major new Broadway revival in "Grease: You're the One That I Want," a talent competition series premiering Sunday, Jan. 7, on NBC. Hosted by Billy...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSandra Dee, the blond all-American girl-next-door whose star turns as "Gidget" and "Tammy" made her a teen idol in the 1960s, a status reinforced by her Hollywood marriage to pop singer Bobby Darin, died Sunday. She was 62. Dee died at Los Robles...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 19, 1999 "Heads Will Roll" is more than a clever tag line for Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow." It's a bemused truth-in-advertising warning from a director who's told interviewers, "I've always wanted to make a movie where one of the...
Though it is based on a 1973 novel by acclaimed Peruvian novelist Mario Vargas Llosa (who also ran an unsuccessful campaign for Peruvian president in 1990), "Captain Pantoja and the Special Services" feels more like a medium-budget American movie from the...
Jessica Stein, a 30ish single woman in New York, is frustrated that she can't find a partner who's smart, funny and -- if this isn't asking too much -- not terribly ugly. Some moviegoers may feel similarly about romantic comedies: Why are brains, wit and...
Times Staff Writer"What a Girl Wants" is a modern-day fairy tale for preteens with an exceptionally strong passion for romantic fantasy. Compared with this, the similar "Princess Diaries" is a tough-minded work of realism, yet on its own narrow terms "What a Girl Wants"...
Orlando CityBeat WriterKevin Spacey says he's wanted to star in a movie about singer Bobby Darin for years. (Darin died at 37. Spacey is 45.) In Beyond the Sea, Spacey gets to play charming and pushy and romantic and troubled. He gets to impersonate a real person, make dramatic...
Tags: Death, VH1 (tv network), Bobby Darin, Dance, Marc Anthony
Times Staff WriterOne of the revelations in "Riding Giants," a new documentary about guys (mostly) who surf really big waves, is that really big waves tend to look more or less alike. This at least seems the case to this reviewer, who finds 2-foot waves totally gnarly...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3 stars (out of 4) The best movies, like great jazz, often follow the effervescent law set down by Duke Ellington: "It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing." "Beyond the Sea" doesn't quite have it. But it's close. There are a lot of things...
Tags: Family, Death, Bobby Darin, Celebrities, Kate Bosworth
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