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Of The Morning CallAndy Jurinko is leading yet another tour of his rented loft at 125 Cedar Street, 300 feet from what used to be the World Trade Center. As he's done for nearly a year for journalists from around the world, the Phillipsburg native is demonstrating what...
Tags: World Series, Crimes, Boston Red Sox, Employees, Sports
Tribune staff reporter2 stars (out of 4) My Parker-Posey-love-o-meter was completely knocked out of whack upon learning that Posey - the indie world's Julia Roberts, with movies like "The House of Yes," "The Anniversary Party" and "Best in Show" under her thrift-store belt...
Tribune staff reporter2½ stars (out of 4) Sooner or later, all vampire stories come back to Dracula. "Blade: Trinity," the third fang-flashing installment in Wesley Snipes' vampire-killer franchise, is no exception. It seems that Dracula (Dominic Purcell) was napping in a...
Tags: Jessica Biel, Fencing, Wars and Interventions, Sports, Gaming
Times Staff Writer"Blade II" brings back Wesley Snipes in the title role as the Marvel Comics half-human, half-vampire who wears a long, flowing black coat and who has all the strengths of vampires but none of their weaknesses--save a craving for blood. However, Whistler...
Tags: Thomas Kretschmann, Death, Fencing, Sports, Stephen Dorff
Times Staff WriterAs its title indicates, "Blade: Trinity" brings back Wesley Snipes a third time as the black-leather-duster-clad, half-human/half-vampire dedicated to eradicating full-fledged bloodsuckers, which Blade regards as the scourge of the Earth — as if our...
Tags: Jessica Biel, Crimes, Thomas Kretschmann, Death, Fencing
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday November 22, 1995 "Money Train" is a by-the-numbers action-buddy picture, and few directors run through those numbers as smoothly as Joseph Ruben. With buddies du jour Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson as the leads, this turns out to be an...
Tags: Travel, Jennifer Lopez, Sex, Transportation, Los Angeles
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 22, 1996 No movie could be more anti-Castro than Leon Ichaso's impassioned, operatic "Bitter Sugar," a harrowing depiction of the gradual disillusionment of a young idealistic Havana student (Rene Lavan) and his tempestuous romance...
Tags: Philosophy, Sex, Cuba, Colleges and Universities, Havana (Cuba)
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 16, 1996 It stars Robert De Niro. And Wesley Snipes. The producer is "Forrest Gump's" Wendy Finerman and behind the camera is Tony Scott, recently anointed a Billion Dollar Director by Daily Variety. So how bad could "The Fan" be? ...
FOR THE TIMESWednesday January 29, 1997 It's the same whenever you're watching a movie featuring an actor who has died between his performance and the film's release. Feelings of dread or sadness hang over each of his scenes, your mind does a double-read of...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 18, 1997 What with the recent fuss over pricey sleepovers in the Lincoln bedroom and coffee at costs Starbucks would envy, Bill Clinton may think he has White House problems. But those are as dust in the wind compared to what...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 22, 1995 Gorgeous stars, drop-dead clothes, glamorous settings: "Waiting to Exhale" has all the trappings of a lush, old-fashioned romantic melodrama, the kind of classic "women's picture" that used to appear periodically in the...
Tags: Douglas Sirk, Whitney Houston, Colorado, Angela Bassett, Death
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