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Zap2It.comThe Hollywood Foreign Press heaped love upon Oscar favorites "The Departed" and "Dreamgirls" on Thursday (Dec. 14) morning, but it was the ensemble drama "Babel" that led the field with seven nominations. In the best dramatic picture category, "Babel"...
Times Staff WriterThe best science fiction talks about the future to talk about the now, and "Children of Men" very much belongs in that class. Made with palpable energy, intensity and excitement, it compellingly creates a world gone mad that is uncomfortably close to...
Tags: Crimes, Philip K Dick, Movies, AMC (tv network), Entertainment
Chicago Tribune Movie Critic3 1/2 stars (out of 4) Most modern urban movie thrillers try to overwhelm us with action and pyrotechnics, but Stephen Frears' "Dirty Pretty Things" takes a different, more satisfying approach. It's an exciting but brainy, cross-cultural thriller about...
Times Staff WriterNigerian-born Okwe, an immigrant cabdriver hustling for customers at a London airport, knows just how to chat up potential fares abandoned by their car services. "I am here," he says with elegance and precision, "to rescue those who have been let down...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer2 stars (out of 4) The ensemble romantic comedy "Love Actually" opens with one of its least familiar actors, Bill Nighy, as a wonderfully crooked-faced pop singer recording a lame, Christmas-themed remake of the Troggs' "Love Is All Around." The...
Tags: Bill Nighy, Hugh Grant, Government, Holidays, Alan Rickman
Times Staff Writer"Melinda and Melinda," Woody Allen's latest ontological dip into la condition humaine, sets out to determine whether life's "deep realities" are comic or tragic. It's a heartening and (especially considering Allen's last three movies) promising premise ...
Tribune movie reporterThe sequels and franchise flicks scored big last summer, so what do we get? More of the same this year. Check out the titles, and you might conclude that this is the year of the colon. But don't be fooled by the amount of noise generated by the highest-...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3½ stars (out of 4) Woody Allen's films may have fallen on hard times critically in recent years, but he remains one of the great movie comedy creators. He can still crack a fine joke, spin a witty tale. In "Melinda and Melinda," Allen gives us at...
Tags: Chloe Sevigny, Theater, Movies, Will Ferrell, Entertainment
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