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• "Bob Hope: Laughing With the Presidents" (1996) (TV) .... co-host • "A Century of Cinema" (1994) .... himself • "Radio Star -- die AFN-Story" (1994) .... himself • "Entertaining the Troops" (1989) .... himself • "A Masterpiece of Murder" (1986) (TV)...
Sun StaffThree weeks after hip surgery, the old Baltimore Colts center is off the injured list. Buzz Nutter is back at work. He no longer blocks charging linebackers such as pro football Hall of Famers Sam Huff and Ray Nitschke. But Nutter does operate heavy...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMichael Moore said he was "stunned and honored" Feb. 6 when he learned his documentary "Bowling for Columbine" earned him a best-original-screenplay nomination for the 55th annual Writers Guild of America Awards. It is the first time in WGA history...
Tags: Literature, Drama (genre), Entertainment, Bob Fosse, Nick Hornby
Times Staff WriterOn the red carpet you could see Helen Mirren embrace Sophie Okonedo and call her a princess. You could see members of "The Incredibles" crew with their incredible lapel pins. You could step back as Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke moved, as one, from...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 23, 1999 They get all the movies--or at least it seems that way. They control an impressive share of America's free time and disposable income. And most everyone covets their youthful good looks. You've always suspected it and...
Special to The TimesThree blown tires. Two burned-out lights. No sleep for 20 hours. It's 3 a.m. at the 24 Hours of Moab mountain-bike race, and a frantic Mike Bahel is on foot, desperately pushing his bike through the freezing Utah canyonlands. The second dead lamp has...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writers"Chicago," the Prohibition-era musical about two singing-and-dancing murderesses, and "The Hours," the poignant literary drama revolving around three women, won the major best-picture awards Sunday night at the 60th annual Golden Globes. In a harbinger...
Times Staff WriterThe IFP Independent Spirit Awards raised a glass to "Sideways" Saturday afternoon with six major awards: best feature, director, screenplay, actor, supporting actress and actor. The dark, acerbic comedy about two losers on a road trip to the Santa...
Times Film CriticThe dinosaurs are getting smarter. The people are getting stupider. A lot stupider. But really, what did you expect? This is "Jurassic Park III," not Henry James, and after two previous films detailing the unstoppable savagery of what grumpy...
Times Staff Writer"About Schmidt" opens with a 66-year-old man staring at a second hand sweep toward the last 5 o'clock of his working life. After years as an executive in what he calls the "insurance game," Warren Schmidt has reached the age of retirement and, like the...
Times Staff WriterTwo dark romantic comedies, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Sideways," won top honors Saturday at the 57th annual Writers Guild Awards. In the category of original screenplay, Charlie Kaufman picked up the Writers Guild of America award...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday December 13, 1996 In theory no subject is off-limits to satire, and the bolder the choice the better--provided, of course, you have the talent, imagination and, most important, the courage to go the distance. With "Citizen Ruth,"...
Tags: Satire (genre), Abortion, Sex, Alexander Payne, Burt Reynolds
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