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Times Staff WritersAnthony Pellicano cut a figure straight out of "L.A. Confidential." Intimidation for hire — the tough-talking gumshoe with the Louisville Slugger always at the ready. Over the course of his 20-some years in Los Angeles, he also managed to insinuate...
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AP Television WriterJust when we had made our peace with "The Sopranos" finale and moved on with our lives, David Chase has stirred things up again. Breaking his silence months after the HBO mob drama ended its run, he is offering a belated explanation for that blackout...
David Chase, the mentor of "The Sopranos," turns his writing and directing skills to feature films with this nostalgic drama of 1960s New Jersey friends who form a rock band. The soundtrack - overseen by Steven Van Zandt, a "Sopranos" actor for Chase...
"That pianola sure brings back memories," says Orson Welles, entranced by Marlene Dietrich's bordello background music in "Touch of Evil." A few moments of this scene pop up on somebody's television in "Not Fade Away," the wry feature film debut by...
In "Not Fade Away," David Chase transports the audience into the not-so-distant past, the 1960s, a time in which The Rolling Stones and The Beatles have just made it big and the Vietnam War is enlisting young men. He takes us back to a time in which the...
**** (out of four) For a hypothetical, four-band concert comprised of the best music-related movies of the past 20 years (documentaries not included), “Almost Famous” would obviously headline. “Crazy Heart” performs second. Tom...
David Chase's new movie, "Not Fade Away," his first major work since concluding "The Sopranos," tells the story of a thoughtful teenage boy (John Magaro) growing up in New Jersey during the 1960s. Flat December light settles over the film's suburban...
Last month after a screening, even as the lights came up in the theater, I could feel "Zero Dark Thirty" fading, its images and impact already softening in my head. No, no, wait: not fading — mingling. If our cultural experiences rub shoulders at...
The Baltimore SunWhen Henry Bromell won the Writers' Guild Award this year for scripting “The Good Soldier” episode of “Homeland,” he thanked Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. Why, you might wonder, would this California screenwriter be thanking...
Tags: Murder, Music, Barry Levinson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Drama (genre)
KTLA News1. Record Of The Year Lonely Boy The Black Keys The Black Keys & Danger Mouse, producers; Tom Elmhirst & Kennie Takahashi, engineers/mixers; Brian Lucey, mastering engineer Track from: El Camino [Nonesuch] Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) Kelly Clarkson...
The Hartford CourantWhen Sam Pasco was young, he recalls his mother telling him, "If you can help somebody, just do it." Never forgetting those words, Pasco has dedicated his life to two things: music and helping people. Pasco, 85, plays the saxophone in a trio with...
Years ago when I was a student at Northwestern University, a handful of executives at America Online came to my class and explained that you, I and everyone we know would soon find ourselves pleasantly stranded on "information islands." We nodded,...
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