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From Inside the BoxCaan suffered the injury last week but won't miss any episodes as a result of it....
Tribune staff reporter3½ stars (out of four) The four women in "Friends With Money," writer-director Nicole Holofcener's latest foray into female friendship and modern love, all have reached a point in their lives when, as fortysomething clothing designer Jane says, "there'...
Tags: Movies, Sony Corp., Jason Isaacs, Vehicles, Nicole Holofcener
Tribune staff reporter2½ stars (out of four) "Into the Blue," the underwater treasure-hunting, dope-dealing action adventure starring Jessica Alba and Paul Walker, reminded me of "All the President's Men." No, Walker is not the new Redford, and Carl Bernstein has nothing...
Tags: Movies, Paul Walker, Diving, Matt Johnson, Ashley Scott
Zap2It.comNo longer just a rumor, Warner Bros. has set a timetable and production locations for "Ocean's Thirteen," the new installment in the popular heist franchise. According to Variety, the studio hopes to have "Ocean's Thirteen" in production on July 21,...
Zap2It.comNicole Holofcener's new film "Friends With Money" is like a better version of last fall's overpraised "Nine Lives." It's another plot-lite, character-heavy portrait of normal woman dealing with love, friendship and self-worth and, after "Walking and...
Big question: Jennifer Aniston stars as Olivia, a single, pot-smoking maid with a group of successful, married friends (played by Catherine Keener, Joan Cusack and Frances McDormand). Can we believe Aniston as someone less concerned with cash than...
Times Staff WriterPaul Walker can hold his breath a really long time, or at least his character in the insipid "Into the Blue" can. However, that's nothing compared to how long you'll be waiting for something remotely interesting to happen in this logic-challenged dive-bum...
Tags: Movies, Brain, Paul Walker, Matt Johnson, Ashley Scott
CANNES, France -- Don Cheadle is Matt Damon's favorite aphrodisiac, Andy Garcia "had to sleep with Oprah" and George Clooney still isn't getting married. Those were among the more salient points to emerge during the sometimes ribald, sometimes giddy and...
Times Staff Writer"Ocean's Thirteen" shows that while you can counterfeit many things in Hollywood, you can't fake inspiration. The latest Steven Soderbergh-directed caper movie starring George Clooney and Brad Pitt is better than the fiasco that was "Ocean's Twelve"...
Zap2It.comThey've got their ring-a-ding-ding back. Ocean's Thirteen brings back our latter-day Rat Pack and restores the Pitt Pack's pizazz and panache. It's a funny, chummy movie that is every bit as over-plotted, absurd and indulgent as Ocean's Twelve. The big...
Tags: Crimes, Theft, Crime, Law and Justice, Bernie Mac, Carl Reiner
Times Staff WriterAn old school melodrama of loyalty and sacrifice, "Brooklyn Rules" falls into that niche of warmed-over Scorsesean mobster dramas that seems to have become a staple of independent film. Whether it's read as an exclamation of borough pride or as a set of...
Tags: Lasagna, Movies, Mena Suvari, Alec Baldwin, Freddie Prinze, Jr.
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