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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelNew York filmmaker Jerry Cavallaro showed his indie comedy Stuck Like Chuck at the Orlando Film Festival last fall, and had such a sweel time he's coming back to shoot a movie here. It'll be Stuck Like Chuck Too. The catch? He wants local folks to pitch...
Zap2It.com"Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" ignited excitement at the 2006 Home Entertainment Awards by whisking away two prizes in Las Vegas. The fourth installment of the popular children's franchise took awards for the best sell-through title and best DVD...
Times Staff WriterDirector-cinematographer Peter Hyams' ambitious but majorly disappointing "A Sound of Thunder" suggests two things: One, that a large-scale sci-fi disaster movie must have state-of-the-art special effects to have a prayer of succeeding; Two, even if an...
Tribune staff reporter1 star (out of four) In any era, the time-travel adventure movie "A Sound of Thunder" is just awful. Set in 2055 Chicago and in an undisclosed location 63 million years ago, it follows a team of temporal safari guides trying to save the world after a...
Zap2It.comIt's been more than a decade since an unknown Edward Burns wrote, directed and starred in "The Brothers McMullen," an indie comedy that won festival prizes and earned $10 million against a $25,000 budget. Promoting his new film "The Groomsmen" brings...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, John Leguizamo, Todd Solondz, Jay Mohr
To cope with man problems, L.A. movie trailer-maker Amanda (Cameron Diaz) and London wedding reporter Iris (Kate Winslet) decide to switch houses for two weeks (they decide this spontaneously on the Internet). Conveniently, Iris' bro (Jude Law) takes to...
Tribune movie critic2 stars (out of four) This one's more of a working vacation. "The Holiday" is a 131-minute romantic comedy for those who, if they had their way, would still be watching "Love Actually." Star power is not nothing, though, and "The Holiday" has that...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer1 star (out of 4) "Gigli" rhymes with "really," we're told twice in the movie of the same name, and it begins with a "zs" sound, as in "Zsa Zsa." It's the last name of Ben Affleck's dese-dem-dose thug character, Larry Gigli. People mispronounce it. He...
Times Staff WriterIn the amiably glossy if naggingly old-fashioned Hollywood romantic comedy "Life or Something Like It," Angelina Jolie's Lanie Kerrigan, a Seattle newscaster, declares that her life is perfect. She loves her job, has a fiance (Christian Kane) who is a...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Christian Kane, Sports, Tony Shalhoub
FOR THE TIMESFriday December 19, 1997 Cindy Sherman's Hollywood-puncturing "Untitled Film Stills"--photos recently sold to the Museum of Modern Art for Hollywood-style money--feature their maker in a variety of counterfeit movie poses intended to evoke the irony...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Columbia University, Ang Lee, Carol Kane
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 24, 1998 More than any of his other films, and that includes "Schindler's List," Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan" won't leave you alone. To see it is to need to talk about it, to wrestle both with the formidable impact of its...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 9, 2001 Like many ambitious, provocative films, "15 Minutes" is a bit of a mess. Both audacious and unwieldy, exciting and excessive, this dark thriller is too long, too violent and not always convincing. But at the same time, there's...
Tags: Television, Movies, Entertainment, Avery Brooks, Kelsey Grammer
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