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Special to the TribuneIn promotional materials for "Princess Turandot," the latest production from the ever-confounding European Repertory Theatre, credit is given to an "adapter" with the name of Ardath Bey. He must be an imaginative fellow, for this production of Carlo...
The brave new world of movie CGI (Computer Generated Images) -- programs that are a bewitching counterfeit of life itself -- has changed the movies more radically than we may realize, bringing us mock stadiums packed with mock people in "Gladiator," and...
Tags: Entertainment, Audrey Hepburn, Celebrities, Science, Gaming
http://entertainment.metromix.chicagotribune.com Fall has traditionally been a popular season for film festivals (Cannes and Sundance notwithstanding), and while many of our local movie sojourners will be heading to Montreal, Toronto and New York for...
To help you sort through the dozens of offerings of the Chicago Humanities Festival, Tribune critics offer a few suggestions. "Powder Her Face": 8 p.m. Nov. 3 and 7 p.m. Nov. 4, Museum of Contemporary Art (there's a panel discussion of the work 5 p.m....
Times Staff WriterIt's not till the very end of "Girl With a Pearl Earring" that we get to see the actual 17th century Johannes Vermeer painting that inspired both Tracy Chevalier's bestselling novel and this film adaptation — and that is as it should be. For it...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3½ stars (out of 4) Wild ambition and great achievement sometimes carry the seeds of their own destruction - a proposition that is both the central subject and dangerous stylistic temptation of Oliver Stone's vast, riveting, madly audacious movie...
Tags: Entertainment, Val Kilmer, Oliver Stone, Death, Colin Farrell
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 7, 1996 Nicolas Roeg's "Two Deaths" is one of those lamentable films in which the audience is subjected to a couple of hours of displays of unrelieved cruelty and nastiness in the name of revealing some larger truth about human nature...
Tags: Entertainment, Michael Gambon, BBC, Abortion, Movies
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 6, 1997 Despite its arresting visual style, its wave after wave of creative and hypnotic images, "The Pillow Book," as its name hints, slowly but inexorably leads to sleep. Written and directed by Peter Greenaway, "The Pillow Book"...
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