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TIMES STAFF WRITERHenry Jaglom's "Festival in Cannes" is a giddy comic fantasy, full of romance, chicanery and beguiling, sophisticated players. No doubt much of the behind-the-scenes maneuvering Jaglom depicts has or could happen during the world's most famous film...
Tribune Movie Critic3 stars (out of 4) "The Notebook," the movie version of Nicholas Sparks' 1996 bestseller, may be corny, but it's also absorbing, sweet and powerfully acted. It's a film about falling in love and looking back on it, and it avoids many of the genre's...
Tomorrow - The Agronomist: Jonathan Demme, keeping his hand in documentaries and pursuing his fascination with Haiti (previously reflected in a CD compilation of Haitian music), tells the story of the volatile Caribbean nation through the dissident...
The Associated PressLOS ANGELES -- Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" took in a whopping $21.8 million in its first three days, becoming the first documentary ever to debut as Hollywood's top weekend film. If Sunday's estimates hold when final numbers are released Monday,...
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Against the Ropes Boxing manager Jackie Kallen is the real-life inspiration for this fictional story of a fighter (Omar Epps) and his handler (Meg Ryan). With Tony Shalhoub, Tim Daly, Kerry Washington. Directed by Charles S. Dutton. Paramount, March...
Chicago Tribune Staff Writer1 star (out of 4) When we first meet FBI special agent Illeana Scott (Angelina Jolie), she's lying in a grave. More precisely, she's lying in a Montreal construction site where a serial killer dumped his recent victim, who was horribly disfigured. She's...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 5, 1996 "The Neon Bible" is not like any other period coming-of-age-in-the-South movies you've ever seen. It's not just that John Kennedy Toole's story takes a darker turn than most, but that it was adapted to the screen and directed by...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 1, 1996 Gena Rowlands glows in her son Nick Cassavetes' endearing "Unhook the Stars" as a woman coming to the realization that she's reaching a crossroads in her life. A beautiful, wise, 60ish widow, Rowlands' Mildred has stayed on...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 4, 1995 "Something to Talk About" is like a slow-simmering stew, the kind that flavors familiar ingredients with special herbs and spices. Those spices surely accomplish wonders, but underneath it all you are left with the usual...
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