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Special to Newsday"Transformers," the summer's other toy-based movie, seems like an exercise in Reichian minimalism compared with the symphonic awfulness of "Bratz." It's a movie on the wrong side side of the so-bad-it's-good line, but not one without an intelligence...
Tags: Schools, Education, Comedy (genre), Toys, PG Rated Movies
Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) Some of us missed the "Transformers" craze by a few years, and we're just now getting up to slow-lane, crushed-by-fanboys speed on the matter of Autobots and Decepticons and a generation's worth of transmogrifying merchandise....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTom DiCillo's "Delirious," a fractured fairy tale of lost innocents finding and losing one another in a world bordered by paparazzi, reality television and MTV, skewers the celebrity subculture while deftly portraying an unusual friendship. A story...
Zap2It.comWe knew it would be dumb. But we had no idea it would be so much dumb fun. Transformers is so jokey that it's practically a goof on the crummy TV cartoon it is based on. Blowing through the entire Dreamworks-Paramount explosives budget for the year and...
Tags: Cartoons, Bernie Mac, Crimes, Michael Bay, Movies
Zap2It.comHow do you follow up one of the most decorated performances in cinematic history? With a sequel to "National Treasure," of course. Helen Mirren is set to go from "The Queen" to "National Treasure: Book of Secrets," in which she'll play the mother of...
Tags: Ed Harris, Movies, Entertainment, Film Festivals, Television
3 stars (out of four) Awkward teen Sam Witwicky ( Shia LaBeouf, now officially a star) becomes ensnared in a war between good robots (Autobots) and evil ones (Decepticons) that double as cars, helicopters and other modes of transportation. This not...
Sentinel Staff WriterBack in the olden days, when "adult movie" meant movies for grownups, not "just" sexually explicit pictures, a major studio let a major director (John Schlesinger) and two rising stars make the most daring, provocative and "adult" movie of its day....
Baltimoresun.com StaffDRAMA SERIES: "Grey's Anatomy," ABC "House," Fox "The Sopranos," HBO "24," Fox (Winner) "The West Wing," NBC COMEDY SERIES: "Arrested Development," Fox "Curb Your Enthusiasm," HBO "The Office," NBC (Winner) "Scrubs," NBC "Two and a Half Men," CBS ACTOR,...
Tags: Physiology, Dancing, Stephen King, Health, War Crimes
Sentinel Movie CriticOne hundred and sixty-five years after Charles Dickens called for civic reform, compassion, humanity and charity to be watchwords in human life with A Christmas Carol, Hollywood's most rabid conservatives have rallied to make An American Carol, a comedy...
LA Times Film CriticSherlock Holmes never tried his hand at Oscar prognosticating, but indications are he would have had a flair for it. "When you have eliminated the impossible," the great detective said, "whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." As it...
TIMES STAFF WRITERDragons have the best lines in "Reign of Fire," and they don't say a word. All they have to do is breathe. Taking a year in post-production to come to life, the fire snorters in this futuristic story are admirable creatures, way more convincing than...
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