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TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 25, 2000 It seems an odd question to propose about a gifted actor whose name is above the title in a major studio release, but seeing "The Art of War" makes you want to raise your hand and ask: "Whatever happened to Wesley Snipes?" ...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 4, 2000 It's called "Space Cowboys," but it ought to be "Space Codgers." The story of a quartet of "Leisure World aviators" who want to prove they won't be old and in the way in outer space, this is a mostly genial film that gets as...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 20, 2001 "I'm not middle-aged," Alex says, aghast and wounded at the thought, but indeed he is. More than that, he's having a classic midlife crisis, and no wonder. It would be bad enough that Alex hates his job, it would be worse...
Times Film CriticIt's 2065 and Dr. Aki Ross of "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within" is having a recurring vision. "Every night the same dream, the same strange planet," she marvels. "What are they trying to tell me?" How about, "Get into another film and do it now."...
Tags: Alec Baldwin, James Woods, Plastic Surgeons, Video Games, Gaming
Tribune Movie CriticIn times of war and trial, America has found relief and solace at the movies. They've rallied us, eased our fears, attacked our enemies, soothed our worries and, most of all, raised our spirits. No doubt they will again, even in the aftermath of last...
Tags: Robert Altman, Peter Lorre, Mary Pickford, Morocco, Family
Complete list of nominees for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Golden Globe Awards, to be presented Jan. 19: Motion pictures Picture, drama: "About Schmidt," "Gangs of New York," "The Hours," "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers," "The...
Perhaps we expect too much from the first year of a movie millennium. Already, there are complaints -- as there are each year, no matter how the movies are finally judged -- about 2000. And yet I think 2000 was a 12-month span of films that will be...
Associated PressJohn "Jack" Agnew, one of the original members of a U.S. Army unit that operated behind enemy lines in World War II and is often credited with having loosely inspired the novel and movie "The Dirty Dozen," died of heart disease Thursday at a hospital in...
1. THE THING (FROM ANOTHER WORLD) (Christian Nyby-Howard Hawks: 1951) 4 stars THE THING (John Carpenter: 1982) 3 1/2 stars If 1951's "Day the Earth Stood Still" is the great liberal '50 alian invasion movie, the 1951 "The Thing" by director Nyby and...
NewsdayIn January 1938, Radio City Music Hall opened the biggest movie hit of its five-year life. The reviews, while glowing, barely mentioned a word about the star. Adriana Caselotti, a lyric soprano from an operatic immigrant Italian family, was little known...
Special to the TribuneRemember the good old days when big-budget action thrillers best exemplified by the James Bond movies were fueled and driven by an evil genius who longed for world domination? It says something about the paucity of imagination and the lowered...
Meryl Streep received the supporting actress Golden Globe on Sunday for her role as a fictionalized version of author Susan Orlean in the comedy "Adaptation." "Oh my God, I've just been nominated 789 times and I was getting so settled over there for a...
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