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Times Staff WriterJordan Susman's "The Anarchist Cookbook" is an admirably ambitious political satire but is stronger on soundtrack narration than on-camera dramatization. Susman, in his feature debut, has his main character, Puck (Devon Gummersall), describe his coming...
Tags: Movies, Cinema Industry, Family, Sex, Devon Gummersall
Sun Television CriticThe Wire returns to HBO tonight for its second season with a new locale and a groundbreaking exploration of life in working-class America. The critically acclaimed series is still set in Baltimore, but rather than the drug world of inner-city high-rise...
1. THE LAST TYCOON (Elia Kazan; 1976) 3 1/2 stars Kazan and writer Harold Pinter make a curiously cool but intelligent movie of F. Scott Fitzgerald's last, uncompleted novel -- about sophisticated Hollywood studio boss Monroe Stahr (played by Robert De...
Tags: Robert Mitchum, Martin Brest, Crime (genre), Theft, Joe Pesci
Times Staff WritersLow-budget indie veteran Kirk Harris wrote and stars in "Intoxicating," a tiresome addiction drama about a hard-driving heart surgeon with an ex-boxer father who's suffering from pugilistic dementia. Dr. Dorian Shanley (Harris) careens around L.A. in...
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 2, 1996 It is intimated near the end of Ridley Scott's "White Squall" that the title storm condition may be a myth, and if we weren't told otherwise, we might regard the entire adventure in the same light. Not because the events...
Tags: Scott Wolf, Movies, Ridley Scott, Jeff Bridges, Caroline Goodall
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