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All The RageI could barely pay attention to what was happening on stage during âLove, Loss and What I Woreâ at the Geffen Playhouse the other night. The production, a staged reading of short stories, taps into womenâs love-hate relationship with their......
Culture MonsterThink of it as a warm-up to âSex and the City 2.â Nora Ephron and Delia Ephronâs cozy âLove, Loss, and What I Wore,â now at the Geffen Playhouse, is the kind of affirming chick outing that makes you want......
Culture MonsterCaroline Aaron has played Woody Allen's sister in two movies -- "Crimes and Misdemeanors" and "Deconstructing Harry." Natasha Lyonne (pictured) played Allen's daughter in his film "Everyone Says I Love You." Starting in May, the two actresses will get a.....
Culture Monster"Love, Loss and What I Wore," written by Nora Ephron and her sister, Delia, has been keeping New York theater audiences in stitches since opening off-Broadway at the Westside Theatre in October. The sartorially themed comedy, based on the book......
Thursday Night Movies 8-10 pm March 12th: Passenger 57, starring Wesley Snipes and Elizabeth Hurley March 19th: Lethal Weapon, starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover March 26th: Man in the Iron Mask, starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Jeremy Irons...
Zap2It.com"American Pie" actress Natasha Lyonne, who once threatened to molest her neighbor's dog, has given herself up. The 27-year-old, who had a warrant out for her arrest after missing four court hearings stemming from a bizarre and violent incident in 2004,...
Times Staff WriterSince 1968, when the MPAA ratings system was created as a successor to the more censorious Hays Code, the Motion Picture Assn. of America has wielded enormous power over movies. Foreign, art and independent films, which can be stopped in their tracks by...
Times Staff Writer"America Brown" is the unlikely moniker of a high school football star from West Texas who takes a timeout from the gridiron on the eve of his senior year in writer-director Paul Black's sincere drama. "Ricky" Brown (Ryan Kwanten) is running from more...
Tags: Death, Schools, Sports, Drama (genre), Education
Times Staff WriterAs its title indicates, "Blade: Trinity" brings back Wesley Snipes a third time as the black-leather-duster-clad, half-human/half-vampire dedicated to eradicating full-fledged bloodsuckers, which Blade regards as the scourge of the Earth — as if our...
Times Staff WriterWith his hilarious spoof "Die Mommie Die!" Charles Busch takes the melodramatic woman's picture of the '40s and '50s to delirious extremes. It's a lurid tale about the travails of faded pop singer Angela Arden, played deliciously by Busch. Once hailed...
Tags: Movies, Death, Charles Busch, Entertainment, Anthony Edwards
Tribune staff reporter1-1/2 stars (out of 4) With a Tony nomination in 2001 for his story of a disaffected Upper West Side doctor's spouse, "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," veteran playwright Charles Busch made the leap from cult hit-maker to mainstream success. But it was...
Times Staff WriterFor "Party Monster," filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato converted their documentary of the same name, about the rise and fall of early '80s club king Michael Alig, to a bold and engrossing drama. It's notable for Macaulay Culkin's return to the...
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