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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 16, 1998 "Hands on a Hard Body" sounds like a porno title but is in fact the name of a contest held since 1992 at a Nissan dealership in Longview, Texas. The hard body in question is a fully loaded $15,000 pickup truck, and the person...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 13, 2000 It's not enough, Willy Loman famously tells his sons in Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman," to be merely liked. You have to be well-liked. But focusing too much on being well-liked, the Lomans find to their eventual...
Tags: Dance, Stephen Daldry, Dancing, Cinema Industry, England
Tribune arts reporterThe opus of the American playwright John Guare stretches from the brilliant "House of Blue Leaves" (1971) to "Moon Over Miami" (1995), inarguably one of the worst new plays ever to get a world premiere in Chicago. Since the ambitious and distinctive...
Special to the TribuneStories of brawny outlaws, love-searching desperados and money-hungry clowns are making an appearance on Chicago stages, thanks to a handful of relatively new theater companies. "The Aspidistra Code" Borrowing heavily from Quentin Tarantino in tone,...
Special to the TribuneWhen Arthur Miller died last month, we were reminded through numerous laudatory obituaries and essays just how stinging the playwright could be when he focused his gaze on moral hypocrisy. The Nazi regime certainly ranks up there as one of the most...
Tags: Victory Gardens Theatre, Judaism, Death, Arthur Miller
LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie swept away the competition at the Razzies, an annual spoof of the Academy Awards singling out the worst achievements in film. Madonna flick sweeps worst film awards Other Razzie 'winners'...
There were two unlikely winners Saturday at the 25th annual Razzie Awards saluting the year's worst moviegoing experiences: a recent Oscar winner and a recently reelected president of the United States. President Bush, in fact, was a double winner,...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3 stars (out of 4) The best movies, like great jazz, often follow the effervescent law set down by Duke Ellington: "It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing." "Beyond the Sea" doesn't quite have it. But it's close. There are a lot of things...
AP Movie WriterLOS ANGELES - The fur is still flying over Halle Berry's action flop "Catwoman." The Razzies, which mock the worst in film, gave "Catwoman" a leading seven nominations Monday, among them worst picture, worst actress for Berry and worst supporting...
Times Staff Writer"Beyond the Sea" stars Kevin Spacey as '50s and '60s pop idol Bobby Darin, a casting decision that only makes sense when you take into account that "Beyond the Sea" was also co-written, directed and produced by Kevin Spacey. Darin was 37 when he died in...
Tribune Staff ReporterKurt Belisle and Mark Henderson embody what the 1993 Tribune All-State Defensive Team is all about. Linebackers. Belisle is the 6-foot-3-inch, 225-pound middle man of Bishop McNamara's rugged defense and a familiar name to college scouts and recruiters....
Tags: Cecil Martin, Football, Chris Gall
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