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Times Staff WriterThe proverb goes, "Laughing bride, weeping wife. Weeping bride, laughing wife." Whatever. The lackluster "A Foreign Affair," about two American brothers from the heartland who head to Russia on a romance tour to find a wife — not for love, mind...
Times Staff WriterAn older woman disappointed with her present tries to relive her tragic past in 'P.S.'If there's one stereotype "P.S." dispels right off the bat, it's the notion of today's twentysomethings as career-obsessed strivers. Young F. Scott Feinstadt (Topher...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC2 ½ stars (out of 4) A romantic movie comedy can sometimes be delicate to maintain. In "p.s."--Dylan Kidd's follow-up to his superb feature debut "Roger Dodger"--some of the shine eventually rubs off his new film's gossamer wings. Not so for the movie's...
Times Staff WriterAfter years of increasingly blatant Oscar politicking, this Academy Awards season seemed comparatively gentle until Thursday, when a furor erupted over a "Gangs of New York" advertisement on behalf of Martin Scorsese, the film's director, that incensed...
Tribune Staff Reporter2-1/2 stars (out of 4) If Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear can be conjoined twins in "Stuck on You," then perhaps it's not so strange for mismatched Tim Blake Nelson and David Arquette to be cast as farm boy brothers in "A Foreign Affair." In this...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday May 10, 1996 Think of it as nature's nuclear weapon, the Superman of weather phenomena. With winds upward of 300 mph, it can uproot anything in its path and destroy tall buildings with a single breath. But for all its frightening fierceness,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 29, 1995 It is happenstance as much as anything else that gets Sister Helen Prejean (Susan Sarandon) to death row. On impulse she answers a letter from an inmate at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola and now she's in the...
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