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ReutersAug 03 (TheWrap.com) - There's a moment at the end of the promo reel for "Love, Marilyn," an upcoming Marilyn Monroe documentary that will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, when Uma Thurman, speaking in words that were written by Monroe, almost...
For those who can't wait until 7:30, when the uncut restoration of Nicolas Roeg's 1976 The Man Who Fell to Earth opens tonight at Cinestudio for a one-week run, a couple of semi-relevant David Bowie clips. From 1969, here's the original video for "Space...
Tags: Ray Davies, David Bowie
One of the joys of the extra space afforded us in the Tribune’s recent redesign has been the addition of a full page of film recommendations, labeled ON SCREEN. On that page film critic Michael Phillips (with an occasional assist from other...
24 FramesThe Three Stooges, a Gary Cooper double bill and a tribute to Japan’s Studio Ghibli are among the Thanksgiving week film offerings....
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Brand XIn all his best known works -- from 'Breaking the Waves' (1996) through 'Dancer in the Dark' (2000), 'Dogville' (2003) and 'Manderlay' (2005) -- Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier has repeated the the same template: He gives us an appealing female...
Special to The TimesMADE nearly 30 years apart, the psychedelic London psychodrama "Performance" and the sugary Versailles romp "Marie Antoinette" — both out on DVD this week — have a surprising amount in common. Both concern role-playing games and identity...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) "Glastonbury" is a record of England's "green and pleasant land" in the rock era, a portrait of the world's longest-running music festival and a suggestion of what might have happened here, if Woodstock had kept on chugging along to...
Times Staff WriterThis small town in Somerset is dominated by a mystical hill — Glastonbury Tor — rumored to possess the kind of paranormal qualities that produce legends and make you want to whistle the theme from "The X-Files." Infused with mythologies of...
Tribune movie critic3½ stars (out of four) In "The Proposition," the violent, elegiac traditions of the American movie Western are pushed to a fever pitch that irresistibly recalls the great Sam Peckinpah movies of the 1960s and '70s, even though this film is set half a...
Hot town, summer in the city, and the back of your neck might get dirty and gritty. Sure, you can rinse it off with a cold one, but I have a couple of alternatives. If you're anywhere near Navy Pier around 10 at night (or 11:30 on Fridays and Saturdays)...
1. THE GIRL CAN'T HELP IT (Frank Tashlin; 1956) 3 1/2 stars Tashlin's rowdy comedy about a hapless press agent (Tom Ewell) hired by a hot-tempered gangster (Edmond O'Brien) to make a pop star of his talent-challenged girlfriend (Jayne Mansfield). Full of...
Tags: Ray Davies, SoHo, Ringo Starr, Patsy Kensit, Paul McCartney
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