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Zap2It.comAnyone who has an impression of CBS' "Numb3rs" as a nice little show about a quirky mathematician helping his FBI agent brother solve crimes may want to tune in to the fourth-season premiere on Friday, Sept. 28. Director Tony Scott ("Déjà Vu," "Man on...
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticDelgo is yet more proof that not everyone with access to the tools and talent pool to make an animated film should be allowed to. It's a focus-group film, from its all-star voice cast ( Jennifer Love Hewitt, Burt Reynolds) to its mash-up of a plot and...
Zap2It.comFor reasons perhaps only known internally, Warner Bros. decided to treat Shane Black's "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" like an obscure indie film, opting for a lengthy platform release that left the movie unable to even make $5 million domestically. As a result,...
Tags: Shane Black, Crime (genre), Crimes, Laurence Fishburne, Movies
Tribune staff reporter3½ stars (out of four) Harry Lockhart (Robert Downey Jr.) is as inept a thief as he is a narrator in "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang," a rich, pulpy meta-movie that's a guilty pleasure you don't have to feel guilty about. As a Sam Spade-like narrator, Harry's...
Tags: Shane Black, Action (genre), Crimes, Theft, Larry Miller
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) If you can swallow one of the most elaborate and absurd time-machine gimmicks imaginable, you can have a good time at "Deja Vu," the new Denzel Washington thriller about time travel, mad bombers and undying love at first sight. It's...
Times Staff WriterJerry BRUCKHEIMER, the producer-king of mass audience mayhem, is not in the habit of giving his films French titles, but "Déjà Vu" is in the business of confounding expectations. Rather than the routine Denzel Washington-starring potboiler the...
Tags: Philip K Dick, Crimes, Death, Movies, Thriller (genre)
Zap2It.com"Deja Vu" is a misnomer. This elaborate, action-packed thriller centers on a cutting-edge FBI surveillance unit that enlists ATF agent Denzel Washington to solve the horrible bombing of a jammed New Orleans ferry. The film is tense and engrossing. But it...
ATF agent Doug Carlin (Denzel Washington) tries to determine the link between a woman's (Paula Patton) death and a bomb that blew up a ferry and killed more than 500 people. Like all dedicated officers, he eventually decides to risk his life and, uh, go...
Tags: Jerry Bruckheimer , Death, Movies, Erika Alexander, Tony Scott
Entertainment Reporter"The Chaos Experiment," formerly titled "The Steam Experiment" is making its Michigan premiere tonight, and its production company is looking to do more filming here. "Chaos" Producer, Luc Campeau with Cinepro Pictures, tells FOX 17 the production...
The TV ZoneLast year's gang... Good Lord: What is going on over there at the NBC Television Network? We ink stained types just got confirmation of that scoop in TV Week which said that..."Celebrity Apprentice" will run two hours each week.......
The Swampby Mark Silva Here we go. In the social-register's equivalent of water torture (enhanced technique), we've been dribbling out the names of some of the celeb-media guests expected at the White House Correspondents' dinner Saturday night -- Sarah and Todd.....
Forget your idyllic images of the Old West. In 1850s Texas, you're more likely to get scalpings, rattlesnakes and tuberculosis than deer and antelope playing. An all-star cast of Val Kilmer, Steve Zahn, Rachel Griffiths, Karl Urban, Linda Cardellini,...
Tags: Rachel Griffiths, Steve Zahn, Crimes, Theft, Death
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