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2 stars Far too much of the loosely factual Internet-porn origin myth "Middle Men," set on the fringes of the 1990s adult-entertainment industry in Southern California, is relayed through voice-over narration read by Luke Wilson. Nobody minded when Ray...
Times Staff WriterNot long into "Because I Said So," which stars Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore as a mother and daughter bound by a mutual dependence so neurotically obsessive it makes the affair in "Last Tango in Paris" look breezy and wholesome, I was reminded of the...
Zap2It.comDiane Keaton: What's not to like? She's 61, she still has her own face--a great one--and in film after film her comic wiles and emotional transparency, often mixed up in a wondrous blur, consistently outclass her material. Mandy Moore: Very likable. She'...
MetromixThe most memorable part of "Because I Said So" is the seemingly record-setting high-decibel pitch of the mother-daughter bickering central to the story. The film's shrill, wannabe-comedic intergenerational squabbling will make you wish the concession...
In this saga of the Wilder women--four skinny twits who eat cake all the time and have no friends--mom Daphne (Diane Keaton) meddles in the lives of her three daughters, particularly that of the youngest, Milly (Mandy Moore). After Daphne posts an...
NEWSDAYLate in "Bad Company," maybe too late to make much of a difference, Chris Rock is finally permitted to rear back, let fly and take control of the screen. This long-awaited electricity comes just after John Slattery, as a smug, cold-fish CIA official,...
Times Staff WriterFor the first of its nearly two hours, "The Recruit" is just the sort of diverting, slick nonsense you expect and want when handsome devils like Al Pacino and Colin Farrell play CIA spooks. Directed by Roger Donaldson with loads of off-kilter camera...
TIMES STAFF WRITER"American Outlaws" begins in the thick of a Civil War skirmish, as a large contingent of Union soldiers opens fire on a group of young men, who, in an astonishing display of bravura and daring, trounce their adversaries like David defeating Goliath. This...
TIMES FILM CRITICIt may look like a little like him, but that's definitely not Tom Cruise on the poster for "Behind Enemy Lines." The confusion, though, is understandable, given a film that might as well be called "Top Gun Goes to Bosnia." Hotshot flyboys rule one more...
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TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER3 stars (out of 4) When we first see Bobby Long (John Travolta), we don't see his face but rather his blackened big toe, wrapped in a smiley-face Band-Aid. "A Love Song for Bobby Long" is one of those indie showcases that allows actors to make...
"The Recruit," with Al Pacino as a cynical but savvy CIA instructor and Colin Farrell as his new prize pupil, is pretty entertaining at first, then jumps off the rails. Starting as one of those glossy, expert thrillers whose cliches can be excused because...
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"American Pie," "Scary Movie," "Rush Hour" and "Doctor Dolittle" all get second chapters and "Jurassic Park" gets a third, while director Tim Burton puts his own spin on "Planet of the Apes." Unofficial sequels also pop up, like John Singleton's "Baby...
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