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Sun Television CriticThe final moments of "Homicide: Life on the Street" find Detectives Meldrick Lewis (Clark Johnson) and Rene Sheppard (Michael Michele) in an alley in the dark searching for clues to the murder of a man whose body lays nearby. Lewis probes a clump of...
Times Staff Writer"The Kid & I" stars Tom Arnold as an actor so failed that he's planning his suicide when he gets a job offer from his agent (Henry Winkler), who heretofore has refused all his calls for at least two years. It seems zillionaire Davis Roman (Joe Mantegna)...
Times Staff WriterWim Wenders' "Land of Plenty" offers a thoughtful look at a post-9/11 United States from one of its most caring longtime observers, an artist whose vision of America can record terrible socioeconomic inequity, ignorance and paranoia yet somehow remain...
Tribune staff reporter1˝ stars (out of four) The lasting image in the Tom Arnold vehicle "The Kid & I," is not one director Penelope Spheeris puts up on screen. Rather, it's the mental picture of producer, screenwriter and star Arnold on the phone, calling in every favor he'...
Big question: Tom Arnold hasn't been a major player in Hollywood since, uh, ever. Will writing and starring in a movie about a has-been actor who's writing and starring in a movie be his own average-Joe version of "Adaptation"? Skip it: After failing...
Tags: Movies, Shaquille O'Neal, John Wesley, Tom Arnold, Joe Mantegna
FOR THE TIMESFriday July 25, 1997 Three low-rent operators named Frankie, Paulie and Joey (Richard Edson, Saverio Guerra and Frank Whaley) are sittin' around a decrepit desert bus station, contemplating the most recent phenomenon in nearby Las Vegas: a roulette-...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 28, 2000 Mike Figgis' "Time Code" is a notably funny and inspired execution of divide and conquer. Figgis takes four intersecting stories and splits his screen into four sections, enabling the narratives to unfold simultaneously in real...
It's rare that a modern American screenplay comes along with the depth, humanity and sheer socio-political intelligence of the script for "Sunshine State," John Sayles' ensemble drama about the two communities on a Florida Island called Plantation and two...
Times Staff WriterThe film is called "Destiny Turns on the Radio," but after a few minutes you may wish it were called "Projectionist Turns Off the Movie." The only rationale for this smug, facetious mess--which was developed at the Sundance Institute--is to...
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