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The Tribune headline on Monday (Bears lose, but who cares? Let the playoffs begin!) and your story, which seemed to agree, disturbed me. The Bears carry the heritage of a proud franchise as well as pride of all true Bears fans every time they step on...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Tommie Harris, Sports, Rex Grossman, Super Bowl
During last week's Met Opera broadcast, baritone Thomas Hampson was sharing his career conclusions about opera: It's not about the plotline, he said. It's about the dilemma. Likewise the cinema of Wong Kar-wai, who has managed to become one of the world'...
Zap2It.comGet ready for another summer of Big Balls and people falling into mud: ABC has picked up "Wipeout" for a second season. The show, which has been a surprise hit this summer, features 24 people competing for a $50,000 prize by running through an extreme...
Special to The TimesShow of hands, please: Does anyone want to see an amiable romantic dramedy by a maker of sobering religious documentaries? Yes, actually, you do. Oren Rudavsky, whose previous work includes "Hiding and Seeking: Faith and Tolerance After the Holocaust,"...
The love-after-death movie "Twilight" is going to be so huge it would take a stake through the heart to stop it. And the reasons seem so obvious they make you say, "D'oh!": a heavily computer-generated, blood-flecked, teenage soap opera set in the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesEye candy for motorheads -- or 14-year-old boys, or 14-year-old motorheads -- "Redline" features hot cars, customized women, martial arts, kidnapping, female empowerment, Iraqi war vets and the always entertaining image of million-dollar autos being...
Tribune reporterAfter peppering Milwaukee Admirals' goalie Pekka Rinne with 37 shots and coming up empty in Game 4, the Wolves had to wonder if Rinne was beginning to get inside their heads. "When a goaltender's playing really good, it's psychological against our...
Tags: Jason Krog, Sports, Soccer
With the westward expansion of the AHL, will the Hawks seen an affiliation with a team closer to Chicago? It would make sense to me to have the Wolves as the top minor team for the Hawks and Norfolk the AHL affiliate for say, Nashville or Atlanta. It...
A morality fable starring Paris Hilton? Yes! The culture has reached critical mass! An amalgamation of Jane Austen plot points — but only if Miss Jane had been concerned with raw sex instead of proper marriage — "The Hottie & the Nottie" stars...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Jane Austen, Paris Hilton
Zap2It.comCollapsing apartment buildings, intra-coven political treachery and vampire terrorism could all mark "Day Watch" as Kazakh-born Timur Bekmambetov's sardonic critique of Putinism. Look in Bekmambetov's eyes, though, and you'll probably see a director who'd...
Special to The TimesIf the sons of famous men live under shadows of expectation, and expectations of failure, what about the son of a saint? In "Gandhi My Father," theater director Feroz Abbas Khan explores the fate of Harilal Gandhi, offspring of the father of modern...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Family, India
WatchdogOn Day 4 of my Stan Verrett watch, it was interesting that WatchDog's favorite SportsCenter anchor used several old-school references - this from a guy who worried over the weekend that I was too un-hip demographically to get some of......
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