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Thursday Night Movies 8-10 pm March 12th: Passenger 57, starring Wesley Snipes and Elizabeth Hurley March 19th: Lethal Weapon, starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover March 26th: Man in the Iron Mask, starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Jeremy Irons...
Zap2It.comJust as Wesley Snipes set foot on American soil, he was nabbed for trying to bilk the U.S. government. The "Blade" actor was arrested Friday, Dec. 8 in Florida on charges of tax fraud, reports People. Snipes flew into Orlando International Airport and...
Tags: Crimes, Politics, Brad Pitt, Crime, Law and Justice, Extradition
Sun Movie CriticAt the Oscars next month, an unprecedented contest will unfold. Jamie Foxx, nominated in the best actor category for his role as Ray Charles in Ray, will be up against the highly regarded Don Cheadle from Hotel Rwanda. And for best supporting actor,...
TIMES STAFF WRITER"ZigZag" is a small movie with a big impact. It represents an astute directorial debut for screenwriter David S. Goyer, who made his mark with strong action-adventures, often comic-book-inspired, most notably "Blade" and "Blade 2." Although a distinct...
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TIMES FILM CRITICFriday November 14, 1997 In creating "One Night Stand," writer-director Mike Figgis has, like the celebrated Dr. Frankenstein, come up with something of a monstrosity: a pompous, pretentious sex farce. If that sounds unnerving, you have no idea. ...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESMonday April 20, 1998 The joke, such as it was, in the "Major League" movie mini-franchise--that the long-hapless Cleveland Indians actually become contenders--has been decisively outdated since the real Indians have played in two of the past...
FOR THE TIMESFriday March 6, 1998 Warner Bros., which probably knows what it feels like to be persecuted and unloved (especially after a year like last year), has put its waning hopes and diminished expectations behind traditional values--one, at any rate:...
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 24, 1998 Hong Kong director Che-Kirk Wong's first American feature, "The Big Hit," is that rarest of all genre hybrids, the screwball-romantic-action-situation-black comedy. Rare for good reason. Who'd want to see a thing like that? ...
Tags: Jackie Chan, Hong Kong, John Woo, Slavery, Entertainment
Legions of followers swear by his advice. His disciples include CEOs, celebrity agents, sports coaches and TV mob boss Tony Soprano. Hollywood has turned his how-to book into a movie, and fans on the Internet parse his every word. Deepak Chopra? L. Ron...
FOR THE TIMESFriday August 21, 1998 If memory serves, the last Marvel Comics hero to headline a major motion picture was "Howard the Duck." The dimensions of that 1986 fiasco were such that poor Howard never recovered his once respectable popularity. Whatever...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday December 25, 1998 Unflinchingly, "Down in the Delta" goes straight to the heart with its powerful story of a young Chicago woman who finds redemption by returning to her ancestral roots in rural Mississippi. In adding feature-film...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 25, 2000 It seems an odd question to propose about a gifted actor whose name is above the title in a major studio release, but seeing "The Art of War" makes you want to raise your hand and ask: "Whatever happened to Wesley Snipes?" ...
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