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- See where this movie is playing. ++++++++++++++++++++ || Make a night of it. Find: - Recommended dining - Recommended bars || ++++++++++++++++++++ "Metropolis," Fritz Lang's celebrated silent film about a futuristic society that descends into...
In many ways, Fritz Lang's "The Big Heat," scripted by former crime reporter Sydney Boehm, laid the groundwork not only for "Dirty Harry," but for the whole sub-genre of "rogue cop" films that began to surface during the Vietnam era. This 1953 "angry cop...
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See where this movie is playing. ++++++++++++++++++++ || Make a night of it. Find: - Recommended dining - Recommended bars || ++++++++++++++++++++ A great rapturous puzzle, a voyage through outer and inner space, and - in the hippie argot of...
Steven Soderbergh calls "Full Frontal" a "movie about movies for people who love movies." The 38-year-old director of blockbusters such as "Erin Brockovich" and "Traffic" returns to his roots to make an unofficial sequel to his seminal indie smash "sex,...
Moviegoers can be forgiven this summer if they've come down with a case of the CGI Blues, a fatiguing malady caused by overexposure to computer-generated special effects, people, dinosaurs, aliens, talking animals, etc. One cure may be found at the...
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http://entertainment.metromix.chicagotribune.com Fall has traditionally been a popular season for film festivals (Cannes and Sundance notwithstanding), and while many of our local movie sojourners will be heading to Montreal, Toronto and New York for...
See where this movie is playing. If you need any evidence that we're living in some kind of golden age of movie animation, look no further than "Metropolis," the latest example of imported Japanese anime - and one of the more dazzling. Here is a film...
Sun Film CriticA new question about The Fellowship of the Ring periodically took over discussion of The Two Towers last week during three days of press conferences in New York: Which is the "definitive" version of the first movie in the Lord of the Rings trilogy? The...
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TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER3 ½ stars (out of 4) When "The Lord of the Rings" conquered the Oscars, director Peter Jackson seemed to thank the nation of New Zealand, the site of the trilogy's breathtaking backdrop, more than the actors. If "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow"...
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Times Staff Writer"Prisoner of Paradise" is a strange story wrapped in a stranger one, an engrossing documentary about one of the least known and most unexpected aspects of the Nazi war against the Jews. The strange story is how a pitilessly fraudulent 1944 German...
Times Staff WriterWritten and directed by a music and visual arts collective known as toL, "Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space" is a dark allegory and a dazzling example of Japanese anime. Although it moves between 3500 BC (Before Cats) to 1943 Verona, Italy, to Shanghai...
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