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Company TownIn one of its first moves after emerging from bankruptcy proceedings, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios is creating a national television programming service -- stocked with episodes of such classic sitcoms as "Happy Days" and "Laverne & Shirley" -- to sell...
Ministry of GossipCher, Colin Farrell, Chelsea Handler, Christian Slater attend Jane Fonda's play "33 Variations"...
The Big PictureThe critics have been raving nonstop, and rightfully so, over Jeff Bridges' peerless performance in "Crazy Heart" as Bad Blake, the burned-out country music star who finds himself running on empty, reduced to playing bowling alleys as he tries to......
Big question: "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" tackle our stormy political climate with a smirk. Can Albert Brooks handle the humor without just fueling the friction? Catch it: This smart satire masterfully manages its post-9/11 undercurrent...
Tribune arts critic2 stars (out of four) The first, misleadingly good scene of the new Albert Brooks film, "Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World," compares in quality to the " nest egg" exchange in "Lost in America," or the "Defending Your Life" compilation of...
Times Staff WriterAlbert Brooks has a great wince. His eyes form little half moons, his shoulders hunch almost imperceptibly and his dark, curly hair appears to tighten. It's an indicator of his discomfort and generally precedes a low-decibel whine that says, "I don't...
The TV Zone"20/20" tomorrow night has a somewhat interesting (read: somewhat self-serving) interview with Lillo Brancato - convicted in January for his role in the murder of off-duty NYPD cop Daniel Enchautegui. The onetime "Sopranos" actor tells Chris Connelly that...
Tags: Assault, Trials, Prisons, Chazz Palminteri, Robert DeNiro
Times Staff Writer"Bewitched," which was directed by Nora Ephron and co-written with her sister, Delia, isn't a remake, really. It's a "reimagining," which is a sparkly word for what happens to a beloved TV hit of yesteryear when it's cannibalized by committee. The movie,...
Tribune staff reporter2 stars (out of 4) "Prize fighting lives by its heavyweight champion," writes John D. McCallum in "The World Heavyweight Boxing Championship." "The sport is a dormant giant that explodes into life only a few times a year with that magical phrase:...
Tags: Tim Burton, Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard, Max Baer, Family
ChicagoSports.comWe're going to try our hardest to channel the ghost of Old Tomato Face himself, Cubs Hall of Famer Gabby Hartnett, as the Cubs and Yankees get it on in a rematch of the 1938 World Series--or as some might call it: Jeter vs. The Cheater. No surprise...
Times Staff Writer"Cinderella Man" tells James J. Braddock's story, but it does not share the boxer's confidence. While the real-life Braddock had enough belief in himself to accomplish miracles in the ring, this filmed biography's reluctance to have faith in its...
Staff WriterSaturday, August 28 8-11 p.m. - Time Warner/New York host committee media welcome party at Time Warner Center. Gov. George Pataki, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former mayor Rudy Giuliani welcome thousands of working media from all over the world. Sunday,...
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