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Indianas4.comTo be a strong woman, one has to know how to kick butt with the high kick of a Vegas dancer, wisecrack menacingly and wriggle seductively with the look-at-me panache of a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. That would be the wisdom espoused by the Hollywood...
Special to The TimesIf red is the color of passion and chocolate the food of love, then the duduk has surreptitiously become the sound of sadness. Most of us can't name the instrument, but we've heard it so often that if we were paying attention, it might almost border on...
Zap2It.comEric Bana is expected to executive produce the thriller "Dubai." Set up at Paramount Pictures, which acquired Adam Cozad's spec script, "Dubai" will be produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura. According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Dubai" is a passion project...
Special to the Chicago TribuneOct. 2-12: Okanagan Fall Wine Festival, Okanagan area, British Columbia, 250-861-6654; www.owfs.com. A taste of western Canada's prime grape region. Oct. 3-5: The New Yorker Festival, New York, 800-440-6974; festival.newyorker .com. Weekend of wonks...
It split audiences, divided critics and even left its own producers warring. But "Crash" ultimately unified the one constituency that matters most in Hollywood: Academy Award voters. In one of the biggest upsets in recent Academy Award history, "Crash"...
The Envelope'Munich' On the subject of "Munich," there's been much hand-wringing. Was it good for the Jews or bad for the Jews that Israeli assassins were portrayed as conscience-stricken? Can serious moral issues and box-office success be effectively melded by a...
Chicago Tribune Media ServicesEvery day, it seems you read that some airline has added or increased a "fuel surcharge." Although you can understand the need to respond to increased oil prices, you may wonder exactly how you pay those fuel surcharges. The short answer is that when you...
Tribune staff reporter2½ stars (out of four) Midway through his bloody mission, holed up in a crumbling Athens building, Avner, an Israeli assassin, meets Ali, an agent for the PLO. Leaning against the concrete walls of an empty stairwell, far from their wives and babies,...
Times Staff WriterAt about 11:15 — and how was that possible? — it was starting to look like an exodus from the Vanity Fair party. Brian Grazer and his shivering wife, Gigi Levangie Grazer, strolled out past the insanely aggressive stand of photographers. Close...
By Jeffrey Herf Conventional wisdom among historians asserts that Adolf Hitler started World War II at a time and place of his own choosing to achieve political goals he could not have reached by peaceful means. He did so despite the fact that the great...
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Tribune movie criticThere's an old cliche of movie history that really fits this year's movies: The films of 2005 -- especially the best ones -- kept shifting between the two great movie extremes of realism and fantasy. Sometimes, they plunged us into harsh truth, as with...
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