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denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Nicolas Cage in LEAVING LAS VEGAS (MGM/UA) Richard Dreyfuss in MR. HOLLAND'S OPUS (Buena Vista) Anthony Hopkins in NIXON (Buena Vista) Sean Penn in DEAD MAN WALKING (Gramercy) Massimo Troisi in THE...
Tags: Joan Allen, Celebrities, Mira Sorvino, Ed Harris, Netherlands
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3 stars (out of 4) Robert De Niro, one of our greatest living movie actors, needn't spend the rest of his career sitting on most of his talent while getting huge salaries for wringing broad laughs out of a "Meet the Fockers" and an "Analyze This" or...
Times Staff Writer"Tuck Everlasting," a sweeping romantic fable about love and mortality, targets an audience of girls in their early teens, but has been made with such skill and sensitivity that its appeal spans generations. It surrounds two talented and ingratiating...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of 4) In "Mysterious Skin," Gregg Araki, director of "The Living End" and "The Doom Generation," plunges us into a world of homoerotic ecstasy and danger, wrecked lives and possible redemption. Araki's often-moving film is based on Scott...
Times Staff WriterThe year's first laugh-out-loud-funny thriller, "Hide and Seek," owes much to Stephen King and not a little to the perilous path of being too self-referential. "Come out, come out, wherever you are!" beckons an oft-repeated piece of dialogue, echoing...
Times Staff WriterA poetic fable that takes a subtle approach to an explosive subject, Gregg Araki's "Mysterious Skin" takes the viewer to bucolic Hutchinson, Kan., where one fateful sunny day two 8-year-olds are playing in a Little League game. Dark-haired, self-confident...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 27, 1995 "Leaving Las Vegas" is a film laden with virtues but difficult to embrace. Beautifully put together, sensitively acted by Nicolas Cage and Elisabeth Shue, directed by Mike Figgis with assurance and style and making...
Tags: Don Henley, Sting, Entertainment, Julian Sands, Movies
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 4, 1997 What's the Saint doing in "The Saint"? Directed by Phillip Noyce, best known for "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger," both Tom Clancy adaptations, "The Saint" is meant to be that kind of James Bond/Batman...
Tags: Val Kilmer, Entertainment, Cinema Industry, Roger Moore, Crimes
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