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Times Staff WriterThough the Festival de Cannes thrives on the new, there are things about it, pleasant things, you can count on recurring. Like the warm sun in the afternoons or the cool jazz, the sound system that cheers those rising early enough to make the 8:30 a.m....
Times Staff WriterWhen a movie places its two lead characters aboard a plane, it's normal to expect that a hijacking, a bombing or a natural disaster will ensue. But "Red Eye," a fine psychological thriller with plenty of action, is cleverer than that. Writer Carl...
Motion picture and television nominees for the 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards announced Tuesday in Beverly Hills, Calif: MOTION PICTURES Picture, Drama: "Brokeback Mountain," "The Constant Gardener," "Good Night, and Good Luck," "A History of Violence,...
The EnvelopeBritish director Ken Loach won the "Palme d'Or" at the Cannes festival on Sunday for his Irish civil war film "The Wind That Shakes The Barley", and called the award a triumph for political cinema. The Golden Palm, the highest cinema award outside the...
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It's "Brokeback Mountain" — and a valley of disarray far below. Nominations for the 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards confirmed that the love affair between two cowboys has become this year's critical sensation, as "Brokeback Mountain" collected a...
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The Associated PressThe gay cowboy romance "Brokeback Mountain" positioned itself as a key Oscar competitor Tuesday, roping in seven Golden Globe nominations, including best dramatic picture and honors for actor Heath Ledger and director Ang Lee. Other best drama picture...
Times Staff WriterThe wonderfully, horribly scary movie "28 Days Later" induces the sort of physical reactions that these days are more often incited by the nightly news than the latest monster flick. You know the feeling — the moist-slicked palms, the fast-...
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-...
Times Staff WriterIt's not till the very end of "Girl With a Pearl Earring" that we get to see the actual 17th century Johannes Vermeer painting that inspired both Tracy Chevalier's bestselling novel and this film adaptation — and that is as it should be. For it...
Times Staff Writer"Intermission" has one of the most misleading openings in recent memory. Colin Farrell's Lehiff is turning on his charm full force for a Dublin café waitress only to sock her in the jaw and grab the cash from her register. By the end of the credits he's...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer3 stars (out of 4) The title "Intermission" is a bit of a misnomer. In this context, it refers to the period between a young couple's breakup and potential reunion, but the word also implies a time to relax, grab snacks, take a breather. In fact, the...
Chicago Tribune Movie Critic2 stars (out of 4) Zombie movies, at their best, appeal to a specialized audience - one that delights in the gruesome, bloody, perversely funny or stomach-churningly horrific. Every once in a while, though, a zombie flick comes up with something new or...
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