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  • Rob Reiner's new film 'Flipped' moving up into the summer

     
    I'm not taking any credit for this myself, but Warner Bros. has been getting such an enthusiastic reception from its early screenings of the new Rob Reiner film, "Flipped," that the studio is moving the movie up from its original......
  • Scott Cooper: The body and soul behind 'Crazy Heart'

     
    The critics have been raving nonstop, and rightfully so, over Jeff Bridges' peerless performance in "Crazy Heart" as Bad Blake, the burned-out country music star who finds himself running on empty, reduced to playing bowling alleys as he tries to......
  • Democrats, look West

    As pundits have already noted more times than John Edwards has uttered the words "two Americas," Democrats may well make history this presidential season by nominating, for the first time, either a woman or an African American. What the party will not...
  • Dick Wimmer dies at 74; author whose well-reviewed novel was rejected 162 times

    Dick Wimmer dies at 74; author whose well-reviewed novel was rejected 162 times
    Creative-writing instructor Dick Wimmer's best lesson for would-be authors may have had more to do with persistence than prose. His first novel, the well-reviewed "Irish Wine," was published in 1989 after being turned down by publishers and agents 162...
  • Estelle Reiner dies at 94; singer-actress had cameo in son's film 'When Harry Met Sally'

    Estelle Reiner, 94, a singer, artist and actress known for her cameo role in her son Rob Reiner's 1989 film "When Harry Met Sally," died Saturday, her family announced. A cause of death was not given for Reiner, who was married to comedian Carl Reiner...
  • Linked Charities Bank on the Chavez Name

    Linked Charities Bank on the Chavez Name
    KEENE, Calif. — Paul Chavez lives a stone's throw from the two-bedroom home where he grew up and his mother still resides. His commute is a short walk across a bucolic compound here in the Tehachapi Mountains to the nondescript building where he...
  • No on Proposition 7

    It's rare to see an initiative attract the diversity of opposition that Proposition 7 has. We're accustomed to measures that are opposed by either the Democratic or Republican parties, for example, but Proposition 7 has been rejected by both. Usually,...
  • Yes on Propositions 1D and 1E

    Yes on Propositions 1D and 1E
    Propositions 1D and 1E would take money away from two of the most vulnerable populations in California -- low-income children and the mentally ill. They would counter the will of the voters, who chose to create special taxes to fund progressive new...
  • Jack Nicholson endorses Clinton in Web ad

    Jack Nicholson endorses Clinton in Web ad
    LOS ANGELES -- He was The Joker in Batman, but Jack Nicholson says he wasn't fooling around when he said in "A Few Good Men" that there was nothing sexier than saluting a woman. Nicholson, who is backing Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for president, took...
  • Laughing through the junta's gag

    Laughing through the junta's gag
    The generals, to put it mildly, can't take a joke. But the Moustache Brothers make their living mocking fools, including those who wear military uniforms. So they have drawn a battle line in this country's long struggle for democracy with a small stage...
  • Stars stump for Clinton

    Stars stump for Clinton
    THE political pundits analyzing this week's primaries still are wondering whether negative advertising carried Ohio and Texas for Hillary Rodham Clinton. Hollywood has its own explanation: March 4 was Clinton's personal super Tuesday, because it was...