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Liz Smith"LOOK, I'm an intelligent guy. I've got a 165, 170 IQ." "Well, only if you calculate it by Euros." So goes an exchange between Woody Allen, as a retired stage director, and his wife, Judy Davis, in Woody's latest, "To Rome With Love." (Ms. Davis is...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelWoody Allen has a hit in theaters, “Midnight in Paris.” But being Woody, he's plugging along, prepping to board a plane to do his next film. “The Bop Decameron” shoots in Rome this summer. Here's the cast — Woody Allen,...
Times Staff WriterIs the timing of the release of "The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things" fortuitous or just unfortunate? An adaptation of JT LeRoy's short stories of the same name, Asia Argento's film opens on the heels of the year's second big literary hoax/fraud/fun-...
Tribune Movie Critic4 stars (out of 4) Lucas Belvaux's "On the Run" ("Cavale") is a gut-grabbing movie all on its own, the fast, compassionate tale of an escaped radical terrorist (Belvaux), locked up for 15 years and now unleashed on a post-Cold War world he no longer...
Tribune Movie Critic'An Amazing Couple': 3 stars (out of 4) 'After the Life': 4 stars (out of 4) Lucas Belvaux's fantastic film "Trilogie," reveals, among many other things, how movie genres can replicate real life--and vice versa. The Trilogy, one of the more remarkable...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 2, 1998 "Somewhere in the City" has such an endearing sensibility, good-humored and surprisingly tender, and such a wonderfully improbable cast, that it's tempting to forgive its strained, synthetic stretches and its tendency to...
Tags: Karen Black, Peter Stormare, Igor (movie), Italy, Movies
Times Staff WriterIn almost every movie there are characters that hang at the edge of the story, embroidering the scene, supplying distraction, perhaps even pushing along the plot. Sometimes, because the stars and the story aren't holding your attention or because that's...
Tags: French Movies, Gaming, Cinema Industry, Movies, Eric Rohmer
1. THE IRON MASK (Allan Dwan; 1929) 3 1/2 stars This late Doug Fairbanks silent, based on "The Man in the Iron Mask" (the third book in Dumas' "Three Musketeers" series), grandly retells the tale of intrigue swirling around twin brother French kings....
Times Staff Writer"An Amazing Couple," the second installment in Lucas Belvaux's "The Trilogy" — the French filmmaker's three thematically related, contemporaneous features — revisits the classic bedroom farce with mixed results. After Alain (François Morel)...
Tags: Eric Rohmer, Comedy (genre), Genres, Cinema Industry, Movies
Times Staff WriterThe third and final chapter in Lucas Belvaux's "The Trilogy" — the French filmmaker's three complementary features — brings the series to a satisfying end. This time the focus is on the gruff cop, Pascal Manise (Gilbert Melki), and his drug-...
Tags: Genres, Cinema Industry, Movies
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