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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAbyzantine doomsday freakout that also somehow feels eerily familiar, "Southland Tales" is Richard Kelly's panoptic denunciation (or sendup, it's hard to tell) of the imminent, oil crisis-fueled apocalypse as seen from Los Angeles. The movie was booed...
Hipsters have been traveling to India for decades to imbue their ironic, image-conscious lives with meaning. Blame the Beatles for making it the West's one-stop country for spirituality (an image from which India has undoubtedly benefited). So it was...
Special to The TimesIt was a balmy winter night, just a hint of wind, creating a near-perfect twinkling sky. Everything was at one inside the romantic enclave of Whitley Heights, a mere pillow's throw from Hollywood Boulevard and the adrenaline-injected 101 Freeway. For...
A24 takes domestic rights to Sofia Coppola's 'Bling Ring': Emma Watson, Tessa Farmiga, Paris Hilton star in real-life dramaVarietyA24 has acquired domestic rights to Sofia Coppola's real-life theft drama "The Bling Ring," starring Emma Watson, and plans to release the heist drama in June. Movie centers of group of teens from an affluent neighborhood that robbed the homes of...
Hartford CourantThe show: World premiere of “Marie Antoinette” at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven First impressions: David Adjmi's surreal look at the madness of politics, power and celebrity gets a wild and wooly (as in sheep) dream of a production...
Last night was Country Night and I still can't get that chicken and train song out of my head. Curses. Len praises Melissa's and Sabrina's performances, but asks for Apolo and Karina to perform an encore of their Viennese waltz. Tom says that because of...
In principal, all films should be seen on the big screen; barring that, on Blu-ray; then DVD, laserdisc, VHS, and on down. But some films more urgently demand the best exhibition: Sue me, but many informational documentaries lose little when seen on...
Tags: DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, Hong Kong, Maggie Cheung, Movies
Some actors see themselves as soloists required, by performance law, to spend time acting near, around or alongside their colleagues on camera, never quite adapting their strategy to that of their scene partners. They're too busy doing their own thing....
VarietyPARIS -- Vivendi-owned paybox Canal Plus has unveiled the programming slate and acquisitions of its new free-to-air DTT channels D8 and D17. While D17 will be dedicated to music, D8 will be a general entertainment channel offering TV magazines and talk...
Tags: BBC, Television, Movies, Drama (genre), Entertainment
Fox 5 San Diego staffI thought it was the perfect timing to see this movie. I loved the documentary Queen of Versailles. Now, I would get to see the real Versailles. There are three types of movies I attend with low expectations – period pieces, westerns, and musicals....
Liz Smith"YOU WOULDN'T be able to do these awful things to me if I weren't still in this chair." "But'cha are, Blanche. Ya are in that chair." Well, even the most casual movie fan could not fail to recognize that famous exchange between invalid Joan Crawford and...
Tags: Meryl Streep, Celebrities, France, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford
*** (out of four) You don’t have to care about sewing or the clothing preferences of the wealthy—I certainly don’t—to enjoy the valuable secrets and rampant gossip in “Farewell, My Queen,” a juicy drama about royal...
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