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Times Staff Writer"Stuart Little 2" is true to its name twice over. It's a little movie (78 minutes, including more than five minutes of credits) intended for little people. But, more than the last time around, it has elements that might help divert those bigger people who...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Nathan Lane, Hugh Laurie, Sony Corp.
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 17, 1999 Those who remember "Stuart Little" from the gentle, half-century-old children's book written by E.B. White may have trouble recognizing a creature with "the pleasant, shy manner of a mouse" in his new movie incarnation. ...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 15, 1999 Cedric Kahn's relentless "L'Ennui" is such a rigorous exploration of sexual obsession that it proves to be a most demanding film. Virtually devoid of eroticism and sensuality, it depicts with the utmost realism a 17-year-...
Mark: Hey, Michael, I don't know about you, but I'm far more comfortable predicting the Oscar nominees than picking the winners. Reason No. 1: Predicting the winners becomes a combination of making ridiculous apples-kumquats comparisons (was Adrien...
Tags: Weather, Movies, Salma Hayek, Massacres, Peter Hall
Times Staff Writer"Tears of the Sun" may make you weep, but not in the way anyone intended. Handsomely made, well-meaning but finally frustrating and unsatisfying, this perplexing film is an example of a previously unseen hybrid, the socially conscious, humanitarian action...
Tags: Movies, Defense, Antoine Fuqua, Armed Forces, Bruce Willis
Viewers next fall will be asked to endure more of "The Weakest Link," but in something of a fair trade will suffer less of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and "Dateline NBC." In addition to these changes, the networks' fall schedules, announced in a...
If you were pitching the networks' fall prospects as a TV series, you'd have little choice but to bill it as a gloomy drama, perhaps even a horror show. Clouding the picture, as the traditional mid-May decision-making about prime time's future...
The perfect Oscar telecast would both celebrate the movie business and open it to always-needed mockery. It would contain moments of beautiful sincerity and of staggering, unintentionally comic self-importance. A movie like "Three Kings" would stand a...
Heard about a great new show and wondering when it's on? Check out our guide below. Sunday, Oct. 1 "That's Life" (CBS, Saturdays at 7 p.m. - special preview Sunday at 8 p.m.; regular premier Saturday, Oct. 7) Monday, Oct. 2 "Yes, Dear" (CBS,...
In the three years since E.B. White's cheery, sweater-clad mouse first made his wobbly transition to the big screen, the forces behind "Stuart Little" have discovered how to give their computer-generated rodent a palpable soul. Perhaps it's because...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Gene Hackman as Anderson in MISSISSIPPI BURNING Frederick Zollo Production; Orion Tom Hanks as Josh in BIG 20th Century Fox Production; 20th Century Fox Dustin Hoffman as Raymond Babbitt in...
Tags: Movies, Glenn Close, Martin Landau, Dean Stockwell, Celebrities
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Warren Beatty as Bugsy Siegel in BUGSY TriStar Pictures Production; TriStar Robert De Niro as Max Cady in CAPE FEAR Amblin Entertainment Production in association with Cappa Films and Tribeca...
Tags: Laura Dern, Movies, Meyer Lansky, Diane Ladd, Robert De Niro
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