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Times Staff WriterJust because you're paranoid, doesn't mean everyone isn't out to get you, as Jodie Foster learns the hard way in the boilerplate, if histrionically entertaining, airline thriller "Flightplan." An amped-up psychological thriller in a tube, "Flightplan"...
Tags: Billy Ray, James Horner, Thriller (genre), Movies, Entertainment
Zap2It.comActors Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard are ready for the next two steps in their relationship. The Hollywood couple is engaged to be married and already expecting a baby, report news sources. It will be the first marriage for both actors, who...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3 ½ stars (out of 4) What price is sexual candor? "Kinsey" gives us a few notions. This hip, highly partisan biography of Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey is a surprisingly entertaining movie about the perils of studying sexual behavior in a sexually uptight...
Times Staff WriterWe take you now to the weekly staff meeting at the New Republic, a major player in American political journalism, a publication that likes to think of itself as "the in-flight magazine of Air Force One." Associate editor and resident wunderkind Stephen...
The Associated PressRelease dates are tentative, and some films play in limited release. Late April: ENRON: THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM: The corporate train wreck unfolds through insider interviews and company video and audio tapes. THE GAME OF THEIR LIVES: An outgunned...
Tribune Staff Reporter3 stars (out of 4) There's a scene near the beginning of writer-director-star Zach Braff's "Garden State" in which Andrew Largeman (Braff) first meets Sam (Natalie Portman) in a New Jersey hospital waiting room. She's tiny, bursting with energy, and...
Times Staff WriterZach Braff's "Garden State" is a deceptively quirky take on the homecoming comedy that gradually and deftly deepens to end on a note of redemption marked by a bracing largeness of spirit and acceptance. In a confident writing and directing debut, Braff,...
Tags: Ethics, Corporate Crime, Plastic Surgeons, Ian Holm, Celebrities
Held beneath a behemoth tent in a beach parking lot in Santa Monica, the Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday played a dressed-down rehearsal dinner to the Oscars' formal wedding. "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's" Carson Kressley, wearing Vans imprinted...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 15, 1999 Cedric Kahn's relentless "L'Ennui" is such a rigorous exploration of sexual obsession that it proves to be a most demanding film. Virtually devoid of eroticism and sensuality, it depicts with the utmost realism a 17-year-...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 22, 1999 "I hate my name, I'm thinking of changing it," gawky, awkward Candace confesses to the dishy young man who takes the seat next to her at a rowdy Midwestern bar. Handsome, buoyant Brandon Teena knows just what she means....
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Alicia Goranson, Rape, Chloe Sevigny
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 20, 2001 Wayne Wang's "The Center of the World" is permeated with sadness as a young man (Peter Sarsgaard) and a young woman (Molly Parker) become caught up in a conflict involving emotion, sex and money. Once again, Las Vegas becomes...
Times Staff WriterIf sex is front and center in today's America, a nation simultaneously puritanical and porn-obsessed, Alfred C. Kinsey put it there. Nearly forgotten now, this driven, obsessive pioneer comes to the screen in "Kinsey" with a psychological complexity his...
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