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Björk "Volta"(One Little Indian/Atlantic) * * * ½ Björk opens with all cylinders firing in this return to a conventional (well, everything's relative), song-based album after the bracingly austere experiments of "Medúlla." The jubilant "Earth Intruders,"...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCOUNTLESS comic-book bad guys have made the fatal mistake of underestimating the Hulk. Have Hollywood and the media made the same costly error? For weeks, industry gossip and news reports have focused not only on the shaky stance of Friday's “Speed...
Streisand sounds terrific on this keepsake of last fall's U.S. tour, but perhaps the most beautiful noise preserved here is the crowd's delirious roar. Certainly it's beautiful to Streisand, who warms to it and plays around with it — going so far...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Barbra Streisand
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMaybe someone at MTV had a psychic moment: "Movie Awards Weekend Heats Up" was the headline on the channel's website right around the time of the early morning blaze Sunday that turned a portion of Universal Studios into something resembling a 1970s...
Roger Moore raced one in "The Spy Who Loved Me" and Mike Myers piloted one in "Goldmember." Everyone loves the idea of tooling around underwater in a stunt minisub, but only a lucky few will ever do it. These two submersibles are different in many...
Tags: Documentary (genre), Roger Moore
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWould you believe . . . $39.2 million? The old espionage spoof trick worked to push Steve Carell's "Get Smart," the big screen update of the 1960s spy sitcom, to the top of the box office over the weekend. Although reviews were mixed, the Warner Bros....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterARE YOU ready for "Zohan" vs. "Guru"? Next month, Adam Sandler ("You Don't Mess With the Zohan") and Mike Myers ("The Love Guru") will put out new movies -- pieces of funny business that will open with much fanfare and then fade away, before returning on...
In Donald Margulies' new play, "Time Stands Still," a top photojournalist recovers from a near-fatal roadside bomb blast as her long-term relationship with a reporter undergoes its own test of survival. Margulies, whose widely admired plays "Sight Unseen"...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMay 22, 2008 In 2004, the E! network counted down the 101 most unforgettable "Saturday Night Live" moments. Chris Farley was the only person to be featured in the top 10 more than once. No. 9 on the list was the infamous Chippendales sketch in which...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Addiction, Health, Entertainment, Family
THE BIG PICTUREIT'S hard to imagine New Line Cinema without Bob Shaye, its prickly paterfamilias. The company is being absorbed into Time Warner's Warner Bros. film division, with Shaye and most of the employees being cast adrift. Long after he'd sold his company in...
More than a few readers have sent messages questioning what, exactly, I value in an automobile. These inquiries have often included helpful suggestions concerning the kind of flying leap I can take and where. Let me explain. What I value in a car is...
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