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One of television's most acclaimed current dramas continues its home-video offerings, as this set of the HBO series finds the cruel Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson) on the Iron Throne - but how long he'll stay there is anyone's guess, since a number of...
VarietyIndie coming of age drama "Blue Potato" has partnered with Terra Blues potato chips to promote and market the movie -- even though the film hasn't yet signed a distributor. "Blue Potato" tells the story of 17-year-old (Callan McAuliffe), a headstrong...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelDo you long for more fantasy, friends? Prepare yourselves for "Game of Thrones," the HBO epic based on George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" book series....
The WatcherUPDATE July 16: HBO has released an up-to-date cast and crew list. It features all the actors, writers and directors who have been confirmed as of this time. It's at the end of this post. As the shooting date for HBO's "Game of Thrones" gets closer, I'...
Times Staff WriterThat roguish charmer Richard Harris, who died Oct. 25 at age 72, had a life and career full of dramatic ups and downs but fortunately bowed out on a high note in "My Kingdom," Don Boyd's corrosive reworking of "King Lear" as a gangster picture set in...
Tags: Entertainment, Organized Crime, Aging, Sex, Lynn Redgrave
Times Staff WriterLate in "Shanghai Knights," the lazy and resolutely witless follow-up to the comic western "Shanghai Noon," the two lead characters get into an argument about which guy is the sidekick. Owen Wilson, who plays a 19th century dude named Roy O'Bannon,...
Tags: Entertainment, Tom Dey, Christianity, Anglicanism, Fann Wong
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 31, 2000 Production notes for Mark Hanlon's "Buddy Boy" describe it as "a dark and twisted exploration of faith, alienation and madness"--and is it ever! Aidan Gillen's Francis is an introverted stutterer who lives in an extravagantly...
FOR THE TIMESWednesday April 5, 2000 Having written "Bugsy" (1991) and "The Gambler" (1975) and having directed what some feel was among the great debuts in American film--"Fingers" (1977)--James Toback carries around a credibility that's belied by almost...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 5, 2000 "Luminarias" takes us into a world all too rarely seen on the big screen: that of upwardly mobile Los Angeles Latinas. Instead of barrio poverty, gangs and drugs, we're introduced to four women, longtime friends, whose...
FOR THE TIMESFriday May 12, 2000 From "The Red Shoes" to "The Turning Point," dramatic films about the ballet world have begged the question: How is it that such a serious and disciplined performing art attracts such silly and chaotic people? The callow...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 15, 1999 Cedric Kahn's relentless "L'Ennui" is such a rigorous exploration of sexual obsession that it proves to be a most demanding film. Virtually devoid of eroticism and sensuality, it depicts with the utmost realism a 17-year-...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 14, 2000 "Where the Money Is" takes its title from a famous reply legendary thief Willie Sutton gave when he was asked why he robbed banks. However, crooks would be ill-advised to stick up the box offices at theaters where this tepid...
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