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TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 20, 1998 "Celebrity" sounds like something Woody Allen knows a thing or two about. Lionized as a writer, filmmaker and stand-up comic, with a personal life that's been as talked about as President Clinton's, who better than Allen...
"American Beauty," a dark satire of suburbia and family dysfunction, received six Golden Globe nominations to lead all film contenders. "The Insider," based on the true story of tobacco industry whistleblower Jeffrey Wygand, and "The Talented Mr. Ripley,...
Associated PressThe uplifting drama about a schizophrenic genius, "A Beautiful Mind," led winners at Sunday's Golden Globes with four awards, including best drama and best actor for star Russell Crowe. The hyperkinetic musical "Moulin Rouge" claimed three awards...
Times Staff Writer"Swimming Upstream" is a welcome throwback to the rich Australian cinema of the late '70s and '80s that was suffused with the sense of an entire people discovering itself on the screen. There was a tremendous freshness, energy and lack of self-...
Tags: Australia (movie), Howard Baldwin, Children, Movies, Sports
Special to the Tribune- See where these movies are playing. ++++++++++++++++++++ || Make a night of it. Find: - Recommended dining - Recommended bars - Find gay bars || ++++++++++++++++++++ A key demonstration of the diverse year-round alternative festival...
1. STELLA DALLAS (King Vidor; 1937) 3 1/2 stars The ultimate movie drama about a self-sacrificing mother, with Barbara Stanwyck in one of her finer hours as the mom who gives her all. From Olive Higgins Prouty's novel; filmed many times, but never as...
Russell Crowe was named best male actor in a leading role for a theatrical motion picture for "A Beautiful Mind," and Halle Berry was voted best female actor for "Monster's Ball" at the eighth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night. Berry is...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role F. Murray Abraham as Antonio Salieri in AMADEUS Saul Zaentz Company Production; Orion Jeff Bridges as Starman in STARMAN Columbia Pictures Production; Columbia Albert Finney as Geoffrey Firmin in...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Robert Downey Jr. as Charles Chaplin in CHAPLIN Carolco Productions; TriStar Clint Eastwood as Bill Munny in UNFORGIVEN Warner Bros. Production; Warner Bros. Al Pacino as Lt. Col. Frank Slade...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 14, 1997 "Absolute Power's" opening close-up of a painting by El Greco, an impeccable old master, is dead-on appropriate. For the pleasures of this sleek and satisfying entertainment come from the position of its director and star,...
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 21, 1997 Since their initial, countercultural collaboration--writing The Monkees' movie "Head"--Jack Nicholson and Bob Rafelson have certainly gone down different paths. But their occasional associations have composed a mini-ouevre...
Tags: Selena, Stephen Dorff, Drama (genre), Bernie Williams, Crimes
TIMES FILM CRITICThursday May 1, 1997 Imagine, just imagine, that Joseph Stalin had a love child. Could the boy settle down and become a regular Joe, or would his life prove that heredity is destiny? And what kind of a woman would have a mad romantic fling with...
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