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Times Staff WriterProviding your standards aren't too high, "Saw II" is a worthy follow-up to its grisly predecessor. While most horror sequels are more like remakes, this one takes a different tack in continuing the first film's sadistic life-or-death gamesmanship in...
SPECIAL TO ZAP2IT"Saw II" finds our old pal Jigsaw still playing his diabolical games -- kidnapping people he deems unappreciative of their lives, and torturing them into self-actualization. Or death. Whichever comes first. If you got a buzz from the first "Saw," with...
Zap2It.comJigsaw and his merry band of maniacs are set to return, as "Saw III" begins production next Monday (May 8) in Toronto. Tobin Bell -- Jigsaw himself -- will return for the horror sequel. The Lionsgate release will also welcome Shawnee Smith and Dina Meyer...
Zap2It.comFrom "To Catch a Thief" to "The Italian Job" (both of them) to "The Thomas Crown Affair" (both of them) to "Ocean's Eleven" (both of them), moviegoers have long had a romance with big-time thievery and high-class capers. TV viewers are now getting a taste...
Times Film CriticForget the Terminator, it's the Exterminator you'll be looking for after experiencing "Starship Troopers." A film whose self-proclaimed motto is "Kill anything that has more than two legs," this picture has what it takes to premiere at a Roach Motel and...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 22, 1999 "Bats" is an ecological disaster movie so formulaic that there's scarcely an ounce of life in it. A wildlife zoologist (Dina Meyer), her assistant (Leon) and local sheriff (Lou Diamond Phillips) wind up single-handedly having...
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-...
By all appearances, the broadcast television networks finally got the message that audiences are hungry for original programming even during summer months. What's more, they've learned to do it with relatively inexpensive programming. Just look at the...
Courant TV CriticHospitals, morgues, courtrooms and nostalgia - that's where you'll again find most of the action in the new television season. Cops and hospitals. Hospitals and cops. It's a topical cul-de-sac on TV, where the highest-rated shows in recent...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday May 31, 1996 Any movie whose computer-generated effects are more believable than its actors is asking for trouble. A frustrating combination of the magical and the mundane, "Dragonheart" has less difficulty creating a creditable dragon than a...
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