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Teen-criminal-turned-novelist James Ellroy is known for L.A. Confidential and The Black Dahlia, but less so for his tireless support of the Los Angeles Police Museum in Lincoln Heights. Their newest exhibit is about Gangster Squad – the movie even...
LA Times MagazineRoy M. Brewer explores Ronald Reagan’s far-from-conservative early days—hear the former president in archival tapes...
24 FramesOne of Hollywood' most venerable movie palaces, Grauman's Chinese Theatre, is celebrating its 85th birthday this year. And as part of the theater's celebrations, the Chinese is offering a "25 Cent Movie Mondays" series. The first movie screening this...
24 Frames"Alfred Hitchcock: The Essentials Collection" and Stanley Kubrick's"The Killing": Here is a chance to revisit some of the glories of mid-century American filmmaking, starting with the director who hardly needs an introduction: Alfred Hitchcock....
Special to The TimesFans who pick up the recently announced "The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration," due out from Paramount Home Entertainment on DVD and Blu-ray on Sept. 23, are likely to see things in the 1972 Mafia saga and its two sequels they've never noticed before....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn terms of home entertainment, viewers had an embarrassment of riches to choose from this year. Among 2007's best releases were restored old favorites and newly discovered rarities, television classics past and present, and at the top of the heap, the...
Tags: David Lynch, Samuel Fuller, DVDs, Sergei Eisenstein, Television
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON -- Before she became a famously untidy television chef, Julia Child had a secret career as an American spy, winning praise for her attention to detail as she managed the flow of classified communications from remote posts in Ceylon and China...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA Day in the Life, at 90 * Keeping up with Julia Child, who has a new home, a new book deal and a balky oven Home Edition, Food, Page H-1 Features Desk 61 inches; 2181 words Type of Material: Profile; Recipe By RUSS PARSONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER...
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Stanley Kubrick's third feature was his first great film and remains to this day my favorite Kubrick movie (with the possible exception of “Dr. Strangelove”). It also captures the very essence of the film noir worldview, with only “...
Tags: Quentin Tarantino, DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, Movies, Robert Altman
Late last year, I bought a subscription to Time magazine with the idea that I would use it to study the news habits of middle-class, middle-brow Americans in the age of Obama. I also had in mind a year-long art project called “Re-Covering Time&...
Special to The TimesJane Wyman, the Academy Award-winning actress whose long and distinguished film and television career was nearly overshadowed by her real-life role as the first wife of actor-turned-politician Ronald Reagan, died this morning. She was 90. Wyman died at...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Lew Ayres, Family, Todd Haynes, Children
4 stars (out of 4) The greatest nuclear holocaust comedy of all time, Stanley Kubrick's darkly hilarious 1964 "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb," reopens this weekend in a new 35mm print at the Music Box Theatre....
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