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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen Tom Ford announced he'll be dressing Daniel Craig in November's James Bond flick, "Quantum of Solace," it made sense to anyone who has watched the fashion rock star's meteoric rise in the menswear arena. Ford went from launching his eponymous line to...
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Outside of its title, "Quantum of Solace" offers little solace for fans of the venerable James Bond franchise. All dressed up with no particular place to go, this 22nd Bond film tries hard but ends up an underachiever. ¶ That's especially disappointing...
Children grow up ... and if they were treated like these two, you don't think revenge would be on their adult agenda? Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton ("Quantum of Solace") play the siblings in this highly revisionist fairy-tale update, which gives them...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelThis year, your summer reading list may be on the big screen. Unlike most summers, when big-concept movies dominate the multiplex, several of this summer's most anticipated releases are based on books that might have essay questions attached -- or which...
** (out of four) “Pixar's 'Wall-E' was pretty good. Imagine how great it would be if it were live action, starred Tom Cruise and unfolded kind of like Duncan Jones ('Moon,' 'Source Code') directing Independence Day!” From that hypothetical,...
The Hartford CourantA little space in the cloud doesn't cost a lot. The first five gigabytes, in fact, are usually free from services like Amazon's Cloud Drive, Google Drive and Apple's iCloud. For those who haven't stuck their heads in the cloud, these services store...
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Featured at several film festivals, this fanciful story of a violinist and his recollections takes unusual forms in the hands of two filmmakers who also displayed their technique in the acclaimed "Persepolis," Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud....
VarietyZurich-based C-Films is following up its hit Swiss drama "The Foster Boy" and Bille August's Berlinale screener "Night Train to Lisbon" with "Global Beach," an environmental disaster satire. The company will continue its collaboration with "Lisbon" co-...
One psychopath usually is enough for any movie, and it's actually a budding screenplay within the film that inspires the title of this offbeat action-comedy. Along with two friends (Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken), the aspiring writer (Colin Farrell)...
'Dr. No' Has Suave Hero, Lots of Girls. That was the headline on the May 24, 1963 Chicago Tribune review of the first James Bond picture. The headline had truth on its side, to be sure. The anonymous reviewer, filing under the coy, long-standing...
Channel Guide MagazineJames Bond is back in action, as Daniel Craig steps into the suave shoes of Agent 007 once again in his latest adventure, Skyfall, which debuts in U.S. theaters tomorrow, Nov. 9. In advance of that release, and to celebrate 50 years of the James Bond...
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