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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIra Levin, who gave the devil his due in "Rosemary's Baby," created an archetype in "The Stepford Wives" and brought a notorious Nazi to fiction in "The Boys From Brazil," has died. He was 78. Levin, a novelist, playwright and screenwriter, died Monday...
Metromix StaffAnnie Clark comes from a mob background: As a member of two sprawling collectives (Polyphonic Spree and Sufjan Stevens' touring band), she's made her way as a lone voice amid large ensemble casts. But when Clark transforms into St. Vincent, she sheds the...
Special to The TimesAfter years of fantasizing about eloping in Las Vegas and then years of driving by the little chapels in town, I realized my lifelong dream of exchanging vows in a Sin City chapel wasn't so appealing. Why? Because most of the chapels advertised on the...
Tags: Frank Sinatra, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Weddings, Travel, Lotteries
After he's fired as a chef, Tom (Zach Braff), his wife Sofia (Amanda Peet) and his newborn son leave New York for Ohio, where Tom takes a job in his father-in-law's (Charles Grodin) ad agency. Unfortunately, it's also the workplace of Sofia's ex, Chip...
Tags: Movies, Zach Braff, Tim Hardaway, Jason Bateman, Ted Hope
Tribune movie critic2 stars (out of four) If you want a relationship comedy that feels like this year's stuff, outlandish but sort of sweet, wait 'til "Knocked Up" opens June 1. If you want a relationship comedy that feels like last year's stuff, doesn't go far enough in...
The EnvelopeWhen protagonists grow up, they become antagonists. This is the Hollywood cycle of life. Early generations saw Gloria Swanson and Buster Keaton transformed into bridge-playing ghouls, Bette Davis transformed into Baby Jane, Joan Crawford transformed into...
Metromix"The Professional" and "The Fifth Element" director Luc Besson tackles kid-friendly entertainment and fails disastrously with "Arthur and the Invisibles." Based on a series of children's books co-authored by Besson, this leaden blend of live-action and...
Tags: Animation (genre), Movies, Luc Besson, David Bowie, Snoop Dogg
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) "Arthur and the Invisibles" is a fantasy film confection that mixes live action and animation with the kind of audience-grabbing zest and copycat frenzy we expect from Luc Besson, the director of "La Femme Nikita," "The Big Blue"...
Special to The TimesFeaturing the eminently likable Freddie Highmore ("Charlie and the Chocolate Factory") as a daydreaming 10-year-old whose thoughts are filled with his grandfather's long-ago adventures in Africa, "Arthur and the Invisibles" begins as the kind of film...
Tags: Star Wars (movie), Movies, Africa, Luc Besson, PG Rated Movies
Zap2It.comOdd couple Mos Def and Mia Farrow are among the latest casting additions to Michel Gondry's Jack Black comedy "Be Kind Rewind." In addition to the rapper and the "Rosemary's Baby" star, Melonie Diaz and Danny Glover have joined the film, which will begin...
Zap2It.comMel Gibson is rich enough to finance his own movies, including the 2004 blockbuster "The Passion of the Christ" and the upcoming release "Apocalypto." But although riches can buy a certain freedom from creative interference, no man is an island in the...
Zap2It.comScarlett Johansson and Woody Allen are teaming up again for "Scoop," bringing with it the same "Woody's Muse" questions that haunted her last winter. If Johansson was tired of the Muse talk back in December when "Match Point" opened to rave reviews, she'...
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