Displaying items 109-120 of 123 » View baltimoresun.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next >
We never need much convincing to pack up our blankets and our picnic baskets and head to the Chicago Outdoor Film Festival on a warm summer night. (What's not to love about seven weeks of free classic movies under the stars?) But this year's schedule is...
Tags: Mel Brooks, Paul Newman, Dorothy Malone, Rock Hudson, Movies
Director Kevin Lima had a number of concerns in his struggle to film a script about an animated young woman who winds up in live-action New York. Among them, "that the audience be invested in the character, first, not the star." He found his perfect lead...
Tags: Amy Adams, Lima (Peru), Movies, Susan Sarandon, Music Theater
Times Staff WriterChristopher Plummer is receiving the Method Fest Independent Film Festival's 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award Saturday for his "outstanding contribution" to cinema during a career that spans half a century. "Nobody has a greater body of work than...
Imagine going to a movie theater that was showing "Star Wars," "Rocky," "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Unforgiven," "The Sound of Music" and "Bonnie and Clyde." The good news: You can. The bad news: The films all start at the same time, so you...
TAJ MAHAL TOWER REOPENS: The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower hotel in Mumbai, among the sites of last month's terrorist attacks in India that killed and wounded hundreds, is set to reopen the rooms in the hotel's tower today. "To reopen the Taj Tower wing...
The EnvelopeJulie Andrews, whose film career has ranged from magical nanny in an Academy Award-winning performance in "Mary Poppins" to regal queen in "The Princess Diaries," will receive a life achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild. The honor will be...
Tags: Cinema Industry, Unions, Movies, Culture, Julie Andrews
Zap2It.comWhether it's as a nanny, a queen or a cross-dresser, Julie Andrews has commanded the audience's respect and affection for more than 50 years. In honor of her accomplishments, the performer will receive the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award for...
A sing-along "Sound of Music"? You wouldn't have thought Robert Wise's hugely popular Oscar-winning 1965 film of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical had much in common with "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." But "Sing-A-Long 'Sound of Music,'" now playing...
Special to the TribuneWhen the irony-free film director Robert Wise dreamed up his tense and touching scene of a fleeing Austrian family hiding from the Nazis in an abbey, he didn't know he was cooking up campy fodder for a post-modern participatory audience in a classic...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFifty years ago "An American in Paris" scored one of the bigger upsets in Oscar history at the end of a race that looks spookily like the current one. Could "Moulin Rouge" turn out to be this year's "An American in Paris"--another songfest along the Seine...
A British prison is the unlikely setting for this feel-good movie. Then again, "Lucky Break" is from the director of that lovable working-class-lads romp "The Full Monty." Peter Cattaneo seems to be trying to match the success of his feature debut by...
Tags: Christopher Plummer, Movies, Theater, Music Theater, Prisons
Apr 20, 2007 |Story| Metromix
Dec 5, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 28, 2007 |Story| Envelope
Sep 12, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Dec 21, 2008 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Sep 25, 2006 |Story| Envelope
Sep 26, 2006 |Story| Zap2It
Nov 1, 2001 |Story| Metromix
May 3, 2001 |Story| Metromix
Mar 17, 2004 |Story| Associated Press
Jan 28, 2003 |Story| Metromix
Apr 18, 2002 |Story| Metromix
Original site for The Sound of Music (movie) topic gallery.