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Special to the Tribune3-1/2 stars (out of 4) Anyone who feels like they're drowning in their own polluted, godless, reality-TV-choked, errand-ridden consumerist life will find a momentary escape from modernity in "The Story of the Weeping Camel." At times, it's hard to...
Tags: Music Industry, Movies, Entertainment, Family, Television
Times Staff WriterCamels are always ready for their close-ups. Regal creatures of enormous dignity and unexpected elegance, they have considerable screen presence, the animal equivalent of star power to burn. Though humans play a prominent role in "The Story of the...
Tags: Movies, Health, Entertainment, Ice Cream, Foods and Beverages
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer2 star (out of 4) People have said they'd pay to see Sir Lawrence Olivier reciting the dictionary or Otis Redding singing the phone book, and to that list we can add seeing Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu giggling, kicking and dancing in skimpy...
Tags: Matt LeBlanc, Cameron Diaz, Crimes, Otis Redding, Crispin Glover
Tribune staff reporterIn a beat-up refrigerator humming away in his laboratory storeroom, Ken Weiss is storing vials of human blood: the largest gene pool left of a tribe of people inexorably vanishing from the Earth. The insides of the freezer, not much different from ones...
Tags: Values, Minority Groups, Health, Racism, Forests
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