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Zap2It.comThey don't make them like "Ask the Dust" anymore. That might explain what it's taken Robert Towne decades to mount his adaptation of the John Fante novel. The resulting film shows exactly the kind of cinematic craftsmanship you might expect from this kind...
The TV ZoneDa boys did good at da Globes... The Golden Globes - Hollywood's silliest awards - seemed to me kind of un-silly in the TV categories, but a coupla exceptions. Check 'em out below... Observations? The obvious ones. "30 Rock"......
The TV ZoneGiants lost. But "Mad Men" won. I'll get over it - the Giants, that is. Don't mind me...if I sulk. But here's the thing. Last night, the Golden Globes. An important awards show? (Perhaps on some galaxy.) But what......
Staff Writer"Wicked," the hit Broadway musical about the witches of Oz, topped the 2004 Tony Award nominations yesterday, racking up 10 including best musical and best leading actresses. "Assassins" followed with seven nominations, and "Avenue Q," "Caroline, or...
Times Television CriticYou recall the prime-time Emmys. That annual television feel-good of cosmic hair and designer name-dropping? That pantheon of cosmetic tweaking, frozen smiles and scripted ad-libs? That Sunday gridlock of stretch limos from Malibu to points east? Yup,...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 20, 1998 There comes a moment with some women when you know they will be beautiful always. These are women whose inner glow and carriage are not dependent upon youth. Even if you've had this feeling about Vanessa Redgrave...
Times Film Critic"Gosford Park" is an amusing amalgam, the surprisingly happy child of the cross-breeding of an Agatha Christie-style plot with an "Upstairs, Downstairs" setting. Even more unexpectedly, its large ensemble cast, which has become something of a broken...
Robert Altman is a master of ensemble movies, and in "Gosford Park" he gives us one of his best: a British period murder mystery for connoisseurs, a scintillating comedy-drama and one of his most richly moving and entertaining pictures. "Gosford Park"...
Tribune movie criticDavid Lynch's "Mulholland Drive" and Robert Altman's "Gosford Park" the latest films from two of America's most celebrated maverick moviemakers dominated last Saturday's balloting at the 36th annual awards meeting of the National Society of Film...
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David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive" and Robert Altman's "Gosford Park" -- the latest films from two of America's most celebrated maverick moviemakers -- dominated last Saturday's balloting at the 36th annual awards meeting of the National Society of Film...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Peter Jackson, Italy, Gene Hackman, Reviews
Tribune theater criticThe supernatural wenches of midtown Manhattan swept up 10 Tony Award nominations Monday as "Wicked," the musical prequel to "The Wizard of Oz," became this year's most-nominated Broadway show. Other big nominees in a generally wobbly field include the...
Tribune staff reporterIf "What a Girl Wants" wasn't already from the minds that brought us "Joe Dirt" and "Message in a Bottle," it might have been necessary to describe the movie's tone as "Joe Dirt" meets "Message in a Bottle." Were it not for young star Amanda Bynes'...
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