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Frankly My DearÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Frankly My DearHarry Brown lets Michael Caine show us his action-hero side one more time in a film that Charles Bronson would have been proud to call his own. This British Death Wish (opening Friday at the Regal Winter Park 20) is about a lonely pensioner (Caine)...
He was the creator of Bozo the Clown and also the man who brought The Beatles to America. He died over the weekend (March 13, 2009) at the age of 91 at his home in Beverly Hills, California. Alan Wendell Livingston was born in McDonald, Pennsylvania on...
Times Staff WriterA melancholy little movie starring Joe Pantoliano playing against type, "Second Best" is writer-director Eric Weber's tragicomic ode to those who don't always finish first. Pantoliano is Elliot Kelman, a middle-aged writer who works in a clothing store...
This was exactly how Hampton's Tron Martinez wanted to begin his senior season. The Crabber's starting tailback carried the ball 23 times for 216 yards and three scores Thursday to lead Hampton to a 40-14 win at Gloucester. "We wanted to make a...
Tribune Olympic BureauUsually in ski racing, the important numbers are first, second and third. Wednesday, though, at the women's Olympic downhill, the stories were first, eighth and 28th: First: Michaela Dorfmeister won Austria's first Alpine gold of these Games -- and...
Times Staff WriterA shaggy dog tale in more ways than one, the campy comedy "Wasabi Tuna" is the kind of film that can give dumb blonds a bad name. Anna Nicole Smith plays herself in a supporting role alongside a cast of similarly brainpower-challenged characters in writer...
Kellogg Co. donated thousands of boxes of cereal with Michael Phelps' picture on them to the San Francisco Food Bank. Kellogg declined last month to renew its endorsement deal with the Olympic swimming star and Baltimore resident after a photo surfaced...
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The Chicago TribuneThe spotlight shines brightly on Beaver Creek's wealth of intermediate cruising runs, but a treasure trove of expert runs will give an adrenaline rush to all but the most daring skiers. Advanced skiers should head for Grouse Mountain and the area under...
Times Staff WriterAbout the only hills in this grimy industrial city are the slag heaps left behind by decades of coal mining and the weed-choked refuse piles built up by the blue-collar masses since the Industrial Revolution. But Bottrop and another city 25 miles away,...
Times Staff WriterUnlike world figure skating champion Michelle Kwan and courageous medal-winning skier Picabo Street, most Winter Olympians are not household names except, perhaps, in their own households. However, here are 10 athletes (or duos) who are capable of making...
Go2orlandoBlizzard Beach was originally designed as Florida's first winter ski resort. Legend has it that a freak snow storm blanketed the area in white powder. Following the storm, Disney began the task of constructing a recreational area complete with slalom...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 11, 2000 The British can relax. Collectively distraught at being depicted as the bad guys in a spate of recent pictures, they've been supplanted by Hollywood's latest candidate for villain du jour: unionized workers. Not...
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