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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelAlex Lippi is a man of many talents. At one moment, he is the wonder surgeon of the Sahara, bringing medicine to poor Moroccan villages, selflessly saving lives and impressing the heck out of a young tourist there with her loutish boyfriend. Then he's a...
The 17th City of Lights, City of Angels French film festival announced its most ambitious slate to date Tuesday with 38 feature films and 19 shorts. Of the 38 features, three are international premieres, 11 are North American or U.S. premieres and 16...
Michel Gondry denies feeling stung by "The Green Hornet." The $120-million action-adventure arrived in 2011 as the Oscar-winning French filmmaker's first Hollywood-backed studio movie. A modest hit starring Seth Rogen and Cameron Diaz, it required him...
Though there's likely a stronger documentary than "American Casino" to be made about the recent Wall Street collapse and subprime mortgage disaster, it's still hard not to be shocked by this stranger-than-fiction look at how a toxic mix of unbridled...
Matthias Schoenaerts broke through with art house audiences with the Belgian film "Bullhead," nominated earlier this year for an Academy Award for foreign-language film, playing a man still haunted by the traumas of his childhood. In the new "Rust and...
Tribune arts critic3 stars (out of four) The roaming shots of the French capital and the desultory drift of modern life are right out of a 1960s New Wave classic, except that the more recent "Dans Paris" is shot in color. Clearly, director Christophe Honore intends this...
Zap2It.comEvangeline Lilly will use her summer "Lost" hiatus to shoot the thriller "Afterwards." In addition to Lilly, John Malkovich and Romain Duris ("The Beat That My Heart Skipped") will appear in the film, set to begin shooting in early June in New York and...
Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) A tiptop theatrical production of "Tartuffe," "The Misanthrope" or another great Moliere comedy offers audiences a banquet of hypocrites, poseurs and passionate, often obsessed characters whom Cupid, or social ambition, has...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMoody, mannered and supremely irritating, Christophe Honoré's "Dans Paris" plays like a pastiche of French cinema clichés through the ages. Perhaps not surprisingly, if nonsensically, the movie quotes Salinger at every opportunity in telling the story...
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Years before finding success as a comic playwright in late 17th century France, aspiring dramatist Jean-Baptiste Poquelin dit Molière (Romain Duris, intermittently amusing) is bailed out of prison by wealthy Monsieur Jourdain (Fabrice Luchini) under one...
Chicago TribuneA tiptop theatrical production of "Tartuffe," "The Misanthrope" or another great Molière comedy offers audiences a banquet of hypocrites, poseurs and passionate, often obsessed characters whom Cupid -- or social ambition -- has rendered nearly insane...
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Times Staff WriterThough he's directed only four features and is little known in this country, a case could be made for writer-director Jacques Audiard as France's most compelling, most visceral and exciting filmmaker. A case his latest film, the forceful "The Beat That My...
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