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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTelevision ads promoting movies are not the normal business of politics or the courts, but they are this month because conservative activists are seeking a wide audience for "Hillary: The Movie." David N. Bossie, who made a name for himself as a...
MICHAEL MOORE directed the Oscar-winning documentary "Bowling for Columbine" and "Fahrenheit 9/11." His next film, "Sicko," will be released this summer.I WOULD LIKE TO extend an olive branch. Those of you who consider yourselves conservative and usually vote Republican have not had a very good couple of weeks. Trust me, I know how this feels. In fact, those of us on the other side of the fence don't...
Tribune staff reporterFilmmaker-provocateur Michael Moore is out with his new film, "Sicko," an indictment of the U.S. health-care system. Here are some selected short facts about him: 1. As a teenager, Moore attended a seminary for a year. One of the main reasons he...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt might have gone down as the death of a "quasi-transient" woman with a history of abusing drugs. That's how the May 9 death of Edith Isabel Rodriguez was initially reported to the Los Angeles County coroner's office. But five weeks later, her demise...
Joel and Ethan Coen's western noir "No Country for Old Men" was the big winner Monday at the 13th annual Critics' Choice Awards at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. The film adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel picked up awards for best film of 2007,...
Saturday evening was a busy one for writer-director Joel Coen. The iconoclastic filmmaker arrived around 8 p.m. at USC's Doheny Library to pick up the 20th anniversary USC Libraries Scripter Award for "No Country for Old Men." The award honors both...
Times Staff WriterEver since the twin towers came crashing down and the cloud of jihad fogged the land, the crop dusters swooping low over the San Joaquin Valley had taken on a new menace. Even here, tucked away in the farm fields of middle California, fear had settled...
NewsdayMuch as one might admire the British healthcare system as presented in the documentary "Sicko," even Michael Moore would have to admit they have a hard time over there coping with apocalyptic viruses. A lot of good socialized medicine did for the virus-...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFive out of the six Directors Guild of America feature film nominees -- Joel and Ethan Coen, Paul Thomas Anderson, Sean Penn and Tony Gilroy -- were also nominated Thursday for Writers Guild of America awards for their screenplays. The Coen brothers...
Zap2It.comMel Gibson is rich enough to finance his own movies, including the 2004 blockbuster "The Passion of the Christ" and the upcoming release "Apocalypto." But although riches can buy a certain freedom from creative interference, no man is an island in the...
When the nurses wheeled Ana Rodarte into the operating room at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, she was already dopey from the sedative she'd been given in pre-op. A heart monitor began to capture her drowsy rhythms. The anesthesiologist covered...
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Zap2It.comIn the immediate aftermath of his "Fahrenheit 9/11" success, Michael Moore announced that his next film was going to be a health care crisis documentary titled "Sicko," but when will the project be in theaters? On Friday, Moore posted an open letter on...
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