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Chicago Tribune national correspondentsThe people who tell the stories don't know what to say, at least not yet. Screenwriters, directors and producers say they feel it is far too early to understand how movies and television will deal with the events of Sept. 11 and the altered world that...
Tags: Lionel Chetwynd, Government, White House, FBI, Terrorism
"SUPERSTAR" Are you charmed and amused by a 35-year-old actress (Molly Shannon, right) pretending to be a hostile Catholic high school girl whose most distinctive characteristic is sticking her hands under her armpits and sniffing them? Didn't think so....
TIMES FILM CRITIC"They were like two halves of an apple." That's how actress Judi Dench describes the relationship between novelist Iris Murdoch and critic John Bayley detailed in "Iris," but that pithy characterization also explains why this intelligent, poignant film is...
- denotes a movie to watch. "Lost Souls" (director: Janusz Kaminski). More devilish doings, with Winona Ryder trying to save the world from the Satanic invasion of Ben Chaplin'sbody. The director is Spielberg's cinematographer and a local Columbia...
Tribune Staff WriterHOLLYWOOD As strange as it may sound, to anyone who wasn't at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Thursday night, it was entirely fitting that veteran comedian Phyllis Diller opened for Barbra Streisand. After all, well before Streisand who was being honored...
Without much apparent fuss, one of the last great movie taboos is being tossed to the winds. Recently, in film after film from France and Scandinavia, the boundaries between hard-core pornography and regular art-house movie fare have been all but erased....
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Harrison Ford as John Book in WITNESS An Edward S. Feldman Production; Paramount James Garner as Murphy Jones in MURPHY'S ROMANCE Fogwood Films Production; Columbia William Hurt as Luis Molina in...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Dustin Hoffman as Michael Dorsey/Dorothy Michaels in TOOTSIE Mirage/Punch Production; Columbia Ben Kingsley as Mahatma Gandhi in GANDHI Indo-British Film Production; Columbia Jack Lemmon as...
1. BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID (George Roy Hill; 1969) 3 1/2 stars One western that nearly everyone likes is this affable, picaresque, elegiac tale of two charming outlaws on the run: Paul Newman's feisty Butch Cassidy and Robert Redford's...
Racing along FDR Drive one rainy Good Friday morning, two New York City drivers - slick attorney Gavin Banek (Ben Affleck) and nervous AA recoveree Doyle Gipson (Samuel L. Jackson) - smash into each other while dueling for the same lane. Both are due...
Times Staff WriterThroughout Richard LaGravenese and the late Ted Demme's stirring survey of American movies of the '70s, "A Decade Under the Influence," filmmakers and stars remark how their movies couldn't have been made in an earlier era. Some add wistfully that they...
The Associated PressRelease dates are tentative, and some films play in limited release. Late April: ENRON: THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM: The corporate train wreck unfolds through insider interviews and company video and audio tapes. THE GAME OF THEIR LIVES: An outgunned...
Tags: Michael Caine, Wes Craven, FBI, Will Ferrell, Jackie Gleason
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