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Zap2It.com"John from Cincinnati" star Luke Perry may want to bite the bullet and join the "90210" cast. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Perry and "NCIS" star Lauren Holly have signed to lead the cast of Uwe Boll's apocalyptic movie "The Storm." German...
Tags: Movies, 90210 (tv program), Entertainment, Uwe Boll, Luke Perry
Zap2It.comJenny McCarthy, who plays a single mom in the high school comedy "John Tucker Must Die," isn't planning on changing her single status anytime soon with boyfriend Jim Carrey. "No wedding ... people do that here in Vegas," the blond tells "Extra." McCarthy...
Tags: Television, Weddings, Entertainment, Comedy (genre), Labor Day
Tribune movie critic2 stars (out of four) "The Godfather of Green Bay," a low-budget indie about standup comics and daffy crooks, takes place in a Wisconsin town near Green Bay, right around the time of a Green Bay-Chicago football game. And the writer-director-star, Pete...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday December 22, 1999 Think of the Oliver Stone-directed "Any Given Sunday" as a fan's notes. This energetic and diverting sports soap opera throws a few head fakes in the direction of an iconoclastic examination of the dark side of...
Tags: Television, Richard Donner, Veterans Affairs, Sports, Movies
The pictures are worth a thousand words in "Spirited Away," Disney Studios' delightful English-language version of the Japanese feature cartoon that holds that country's all-time box office record. In this case, popularity is not an index of expensive...
Take your sweetie to a romantic movie: What better way to get in the mood than to take in a romantic movie? Share a box of popcorn and a soft drink, hold hands or snuggle together in the enveloping darkness. Here are some suggestions for films currently...
Tags: Movies, Marisa Tomei, Mel Gibson, Entertainment, Tea Leoni
Special to the TribuneMovies are mean to flight attendants. Decades ago, when stewardesses had bawdier reputations, the "Airport" movies, among others, portrayed them as sniveling beauties who slept with their captains. Today, they're icy rule-followers like Ben Stiller's...
Times Staff WriterPrepare to be astonished by "Spirited Away." Written and directed by one of the world's master animators, Japan's Hayao Miyazaki, this visual wonder is the product of a fierce and fearless imagination whose creations are unlike any you've seen before....
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 9, 1996 Scott Rosenberg, one of the busiest young screenwriters in Hollywood, writes dialogue that seems to leap off the screen, dangle over your head and make you admire it for a few beats. His lines strut, like Richard Gere in...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday January 10, 1997 Though it's one of the first films out in 1997, "Turbulence" feels like yesterday's movie. Its plot dynamics, its dialogue, even its special effects, are familiar for having been employed time and time again. And usually to...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 15, 1995 Though some of the choicest talent in Hollywood is involved, including stars Harrison Ford and Julia Ormond and director Sydney Pollack, "Sabrina" plays like a standard brand. A mild romantic comedy, undemanding and...
Tags: Sydney Pollack, Billy Wilder, Movies, Eyewear, Halloween
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