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Times Staff WriterAnyone who has read Eric Schlosser's book "Fast Food Nation" can tell you that the big burger-related question of the day is not "where's the beef," but what, in the name of all that is good and pure, is in the beef. Apparently, not much that is good...
Zap2It.comDespite being rushed to the hospital with appendicitis earlier in the week, "High School Musical" star Zac Efron isn't wasting any time filling his schedule. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Efron will play the lead role in the coming-of-age drama...
Special to The TimesA guy with a bag on his head can play out a couple of ways. The Unknown Comic went for laughs. Recent films such as "The Orphanage" and "The Strangers" go for straight scares. And then there's the new indie film "Baghead," in which the sack holds both...
Walking into Big Lots on Vine Street, just blocks from the swank interiors he created for the restaurant Katsuya and the nightclub S Bar, Philippe Starck appears a bit wary. "Can you live elegantly and economically?" he asks, surveying the store's vast...
Tags: Charles Dickens, Furniture, Mardi Gras, Children, Holidays
Times Staff WriterFew studios have ever released a film like Richard Linklater's "Waking Life," but then there's never been another film quite like this adventurous yet problematic undertaking. The Austin, Texas, filmmaker who came to renown with "Slacker," "Dazed and...
Times Staff Writer"Slackers," not to be confused with Richard Linklater's innovative 1991 "Slacker," is a standard issue undergrad gross-out comedy notable only for the showy role it provides Jason Schwartzman, well-remembered as "Rushmore's" geeky high school student...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 12, 1999 The second feature from San Francisco-based writer-director Sarah Jacobson, "Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore," is a study of slacker culture in a Midwestern city, but despite its tantalizing title, Jacobson doesn't give her...
Tags: Schools, Kevin Smith, Movies, Music Industry, Punk (genre)
Times Staff WriterMike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt's "The Animation Show 2005," a traveling omnibus of international films, makes its way to town this week displaying a dizzying array of visual treats. A dozen shorts ranging in length from 25 seconds to 15 minutes combine...
Here are my picks for the best of the 37th annual Chicago International Film Festival. 1. "Amelie" (France). Jean-Pierre Jeunet's delightful romantic fantasy about Paris, serendipity and a supremely generous young waitress. Oct. 7 and 11. 2. Critic'...
Orlando CityBeat WriterThe undisputed best Japanese trucker movie ever. It opens with the listless Rei (Shinobu Terajima) and her internal dialogue at the convenience store, a stream-of-consciousness series of Radiohead quotes that reveal her status as an infoculture casualty....
Tags: Gus van Sant, Orlando, Japan, Radiohead (music group)
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