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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 17, 1995 The murder thriller "Just Cause," starring Sean Connery and Laurence Fishburne, is set in the Florida Everglades. And a good thing, too. This is a thriller that needs all the fronds and storks and gators it can get. It...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday March 31, 1995 Thomas Jefferson's idea of having fun in Paris was knocking down the walls of his house and putting up new ones. He enjoyed spending his evenings reading thick books and making multiple copies of his diary with the aid of a...
Tags: Social Issues, Slavery, Entertainment, France, Gwyneth Paltrow
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 26, 1996 It's not "Chinatown," Jake, but "Mulholland Falls" has a brutal power of its own. A Los Angeles-based period thriller strong on amorality and corruption, not to mention sex and violence, "Mulholland Falls" combines a vivid...
Tags: Lee Tamahori, Armed Forces, Chris Penn, Defense, Nuclear Weapons
FOR THE TIMESWednesday July 17, 1996 In this summer of special effects, the new Disney release "Kazaam" has the biggest and most expensive effect of them all--Shaquille O'Neal, the 7-foot-something, $100-million center for either the Orlando Magic or the Los...
FOR THE TIMESFriday November 1, 1996 Late in Keith Gordon's faithful, if occasionally awkward, adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's 1961 novel "Mother Night," Vonnegut himself appears, as an extra in a scene in post-World War II Greenwich Village. It's a wordless...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 3, 1997 "U-Turn" is a new turn for director Oliver Stone, but otherwise it's awfully familiar. The latest in an unending series of bleakly comic, nihilistic neo-noirs to reach the screen, "U-Turn's" story of a bad day in an Arizona...
Times Staff WriterMargot Kidder is back, looking far too young and beautiful to be the mother of a 30-year-old son, and giving a beguiling performance as an easygoing parent in Stephen Kijak's skittish "Never Met Picasso." It's a wry comedy, decidedly on the callow side,...
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 17, 1998 If you didn't get enough swollen-corpse depravity out of David Fincher's 1995 serial-killer thriller "Seven," Dutch director Ole Bornedal's "Nightwatch" may fill your tank. "Nightwatch," adapted by Bornedal and Steven...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday December 23, 1998 For months and even years after World War II officially ended, gaunt, sepulchral figures would periodically emerge from the jungles of some South Pacific island--isolated Japanese soldiers who either hadn't known the...
FOR THE TIMESWednesday December 30, 1998 Novelist Russell Banks, filmmaker Paul Schrader and small-town New England cop Wade Whitehouse are soul mates in a tortured hell on Earth. Each of these middle-aged men is haunted--in ways either real or imagined,...
The romantic comedy ``Shakespeare in Love'' collected a near-record 13 Oscar nominations today to top the early favorite, Steven Spielberg's war epic ``Saving Private Ryan.'' The Italian ``Life Is Beautiful'' became the first in three decades to be...
South FloridaMinnesota excels at producing unlikely pairs. In the field of literature there is the dissimilar duo of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sinclair Lewis (Riviera and prairie); in politics, Eugene McCarthy and Harold Stassen; in music, Bob Dylan and the Artist...
Tags: Armed Forces, LeRoy Neiman, Government, Defense, Schools
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