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Anne Hathaway seemed immensely proud of herself but also reluctant, initially, to make too big a deal of her experience filming the family dramedy " Rachel Getting Married." The loosely staged movie -- which follows a New England family over the course of...
Zap2It.comPeople have spilled plenty of ink discussing the contradictions and complications of Neil Young. He's weird, he's edgy, he's a musical prankster, he delights in frustrating people's expectations. His movies are similarly difficult. "Greendale" was shot...
Times Staff WriterFilled with tension, deception and bravura acting, "Breach" is a crackling tale of real-life espionage that doubles as a compelling psychological drama. Its core is not the minutiae of spying but the push-pull complexities of intricate human...
For movie lovers, there is no better place to be over the next 10 days than the Toronto International Film Festival. North America's biggest cinema showcase, Toronto opens as usual Thursday with a Canadian tale, director Jeremy Podeswa's "Fugitive...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"Ballast," an austere drama about a grieving man who forms a bond with a woman and her young son, "Frozen River," a somber tale about the relationship between two poverty-stricken women, and "Rachel Getting Married," an intimate drama about a young...
This movie was a surprise. Where has the publicity machine been? I only know about this movie because the poster outside the Magnolia in the West Village has been hanging for several months. Now, the poster of Anne Hathaway's large, troubled doe...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) As tools of seduction go, Leonard Cohen's voice--a rumble, as U2's Bono says in "Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man," that seems "to come from the subway"--ranks with the Marlene Dietrich growl and Johnny Hartman's lion purr. "I was born...
If you've ever watched an Oscar telecast, you know that nothing is quite so cringe-inducing as the musical numbers that punctuate the show, numbers that end up trying too hard to be either flamboyant or hip, often falling short on both counts. I can...
Tags: k.d. lang, Bruce Willis, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Education
Will it be "Brokeback" or "Capote," Rachel Weisz or Michelle Williams? Heck, when you get right down to it, all we really care about is who looks good on the red carpet. But when it comes to Chicago--and spending our own hard-earned money--we like some...
Times Staff WriterLove stories come and go, but few have the durability of "Tristan and Isolde." Everyone from German Richard Wagner to Briton Richard Burton (who starred in a 1981 version called "Lovespell") have been fascinated by this Dark Ages tale of star-crossed...
Tags: Death, Terry Zwigoff, John Donne, Ridley Scott, Entertainment
DENZEL WASHINGTON has the slightly dazed look of a man in the home stretch. "It's all good," he says, flashing that $20-million grin in a postproduction suite on the Sony lot. "I'm not tired. Well, I'm tired, but I'm happy." The two-time Oscar winner is...
Sun Arts WriterIn terms of sheer movie queen glam, the likes of Nicole Kidman haven't been seen in Charm City in decades. So it's all the more notable that the statuesque Australian beauty will star in Invasion, which is scheduled to shoot here this fall. That's not to...
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