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Los Angeles Times Staff Writer2 Days in Paris" is pure Julie Delpy, figuratively and otherwise. Since first becoming known to American audiences in the early '90s, she's revealed herself to be an artist of sundry and unexpected talents, with a distinctive voice and point of view....
Tags: Adam Goldberg, Trips and Vacations, Culture, Terrorism, Movies
THE six nominees for this year's best director Academy Award have made a total of 23 feature films. To put that meager number into perspective, consider this: "The Departed," which finally won Martin Scorsese his directing Oscar last year (on his sixth...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) "First Snow" is a smart, tense modern film noir about a cocky hustler/salesman (played by Guy Pearce) who suddenly comes face to face with his own failings and the death that may be just around the corner in the first snows of...
Tags: Death, Philip K Dick, Movies, John O'Hara, Alfonso Cuaron
"Fast Food Nation" was named best feature film of 2006, and Oscar-winner "Happy Feet" also was honored at the 21st annual Genesis Awards, presented by the Humane Society of the United States to honor media presentations of animal protection issues. "Fast...
A marketing executive, a cashier and an illegal immigrant all suffer through employment by Mickey's, a corporate burger chain. Greg Kinnear, Wilmer Valderrama and Ashley Johnson and Catalina Sandino Moreno star, and Bruce Willis, Ethan Hawke and Avril...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) "Bad News Bears," with Billy Bob Thornton as the booze-guzzling coach whose youth baseball team goes from ragtag to riches, is one movie remake that doesn't need a defense attorney. If you were ever a kid who played baseballand...
The world premiere of Ron Howard's shrouded-in-secrecy "The Da Vinci Code" has created something of a smokescreen effect at the 59th Cannes Film Festival, which opens here Wednesday evening. Usually in the days and hours leading up to the festival,...
Zap2It.comPhilip K. Dick was a dark literary visionary, sometimes disguised as a prolific pulp science fiction writer, whose explosively imaginative tales could usher his readers into realms of dread, alternative lives and utter madness. So do some of the many...
Tags: Death, Philip K Dick, Movies, Robert Downey Jr., Action (genre)
Zap2It.comZac Efron is so tired of being the young song-and-dance heartthrob, he's reportedly backed out of the highly anticipated remake of "Footloose." Although Efron, 21, had been signed on for the Paramount film, he used his script approval as a loophole to...
Sentinel Movie CriticAt 37, Julie Delpy has stopped waiting for Hollywood to call. And she's stopped waiting for Paris or the rest of Europe to call, either. The French actress, a Hollywood transplant since the early '90s, still spends a few months a year in her home city....
Zap2It.comBruce Willis has dicovered that a friend in need of $100,000 and a car is not a friend indeed. The "Die Hard" actor filed a lawsuit Tuesday, Aug. 1 against a childhood friend who allegedly has threatened to release a book containing private information...
Tags: Death, Photography, Family, Property, Blackmail and Extortion
Heading into the 1989 Sundance Film Festival -- back then known as the Utah/U.S. Film Festival -- Steven Soderbergh harbored no illusions about setting the film world on fire with his debut feature, "sex, lies, and videotape." Upon arrival in Park City,...
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