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Chico & Rita *** 1/2 Hace una década Fernando Trueba generó una inusitada atención mundial hacia el jazz latino después que estrenó Calle 54, cinta que dio pantalla a los principales artífices de esa expresión musical. Ahora el cineasta español trae...
Tags: Netherlands, Entertainment, Dizzy Gillespie, Coral Gables, Music
Fox 5 San Diego StaffThere’s nothing more interesting than watching a movie about a person I knew nothing about. I didn’t know a thing about Oskar Schindler when I saw that. I was surprised at how entertaining and moving it was. Leopold Socha is a lot like...
***1/2 (out of four) Eventually, the 145-minute runtime of “In Darkness” starts to feel long. Then you remember that you’re watching a story about Jews forced to spend 14 months hiding in a sewer to avoid being killed by the Nazis...
Z on TVSeason two of the David Simon/Eric Overmyer New Orleans drama "Treme" will start April 24, HBO announced Thursday.The cycle will consist of 11 episodes and air on Sunday nights on television's top channel. Jon Seda, one-time member of the ensemble for...
Absolute Power (1997) Clint Eastwood stars as the sensitive thief who can save the entire American political system from complete corruption. Too bad he wasn't around during the Reagan administration. Eastwood discovers presidential corruption during...
"He mooned me," Anna Holtz (Diane Kruger) confesses to her persnickety engineer boyfriend, Martin Bauer (Matthew Goode), relating another day at the office with her new boss, Ludwig van Beethoven. This disclosure would be disconcerting enough if...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) Agnieszka Holland's "Copying Beethoven"--a bio-drama on the great composer and musical hero Ludwig van Beethoven--is a movie with some flaws but also with moments of beauty and intensity most other films can't match. A fanciful...
In 1824 Vienna, young, aspiring composer Anna Holtz (Diane Kruger) works as a copyist for Ludwig Van Beethoven (Ed Harris). As they form a friendship, Holtz struggles with her boyfriend and Beethoven clashes with his nephew. Big question: Can this tale...
Tags: Phyllida Law, Matthew Goode, Vehicles, Entertainment, Ed Harris
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 10, 1997 In 19th century New York, "Washington Square" was as much a state of mind as an address. It represented wealth, status and the power of an autocratic society that was inflexible toward those living under it. As...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 7, 1997 Despite a dense, convoluted writing style that makes no concessions to readers in a hurry, magisterial novelist Henry James has lately become a favorite of movie-makers. This last year has seen Jane Campion's "Portrait of a...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday December 29, 1999 Pay close attention to the fast-moving opening sequence of "The Third Miracle," Agnieszka Holland's complex, challenging and impressive film from the Richard Vetere novel. A title card announces that we're in Bystrica,...
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