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Tthwwwwkkk: Razzies name worst in films
Boosting state as site for moviemaking
The road to Neverland
Tough-guy actor Claude Akins dies
Sundance tries to live up to its reputation
Bobbitt Case: 'We Knew It Would Be a Good Story'
Filmmaking partners Levinson, Johnson are drifting apart
No longer 'why me?' -- now it's 'when me?'
Ruben Blades: King of Salsa wants to become president of Panama
'Mr. Jones' gives Richard Gere a dream role in a misguided movie
Who Wants to See Robert Redford Naked?
COMING ATTRACTIONS The VCR calls when air cools Releases cover range of choices
Today's recliners are comfortably stylish
Those nouveau riche guys
Long-term prospect for film industry: Fewer moviegoers?
Redford's 'River' swept along by the undercurrent
Skipjacks are hounding Rangers for one final run Surprising series arrives at Game 7
Armchair furniture buyers can go by the book for country, Western styles
An immodest proposal
As 'Cheers' fades, Harrelson's role turns 'Indecent'
Spring flings 'Indecent Proposal' shows Redford luster, dimmest of ideas
For some movies out there, it's better you burn the envelope
Hollywood seeps into offbeat film festival
'A Few Good Men' garners five Golden Globe nominations
'Kennedy Center' sparkles - even if it doesn't 'dance'
Pete Twardowicz: The Best There Ever Was
Is 'Unforgiven' sweep of L.A. Film Critics awards just start of round-up of honors?
Rob Reiner Takes Filmmaking Personally He looked for parallels to his own life in 'A Few Good Men'
HONORED TO BE HERE Kennedy Center gala mixes politics and fun to celebrate the achievements of six artists
The life & times of Bill Clinton
A playwright hits big time
Bush era had its movies
Film's hero mirrors Drazan's younger self
Spike Lee issues challenge to the media Director prefers black journalists
Don't look for books to read well on movie screens
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Zen, and the art of fly-fishing
TROUBLED WATERS In his latest movie, 'A River Runs Through It,' director Robert Redford aims for the eloquence of silence, seeming still, running deep
500 Years Later, the Americas are Alive with Indians
Special anniversary edition of 'Graduate' uses wide-screen format
Reporting the disaster that entered region's psyche
Toronto festival grows from afterthought to major event on the cinematic calendar
Movies, once a magnet for escapists, are turning to reality this fall
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Smart guys fooled easily in 'Sneakers' Redford indulges in high-tech capers
Self-serving promos, inane questions spoiling NBC coverage
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Activist in support of Native Americans puts anger to music