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TIMES FILM CRITICTuesday December 23, 1997 Before computer-generated images, before blue screens and the optical printer, even before stop-motion animation, there existed the most special effect of all, the power of the written word. James L. Brooks is royalty in...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 20, 2000 Selling your soul to the devil is not just a figure of speech, it happens in the movie business all the time. In fact, it seems to have happened with "Bedazzled," a film about just such a transaction. Inspired by the...
Tags: Entertainment, David Newman, Celebrities, Brendan Fraser, Gaming
RedEyeBy all accounts, Steve Bartman is one of the biggest and most passionate Cub fans around and has been for most of his life. Yet when he was asked recently by a neighbor if he thought the Cubs might offer to let him throw out the first pitch at Wrigley...
Tags: Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs, Harry Caray, Halloween, Sports
The Hartford CourantRobert De Niro and Billy Crystal team up again as a nervous Mafiaso and his shrink. This time mob boss Paul Vitti (Robert DeNiro) is nearing the end of his term in Sing Sing, and appears to be on the verge of having a nervous breakdown. The FBI isn't...
Tags: Robert DeNiro, Billy Crystal, Lisa Kudrow, Robert De Niro, Death
Tribune senior correspondent, writing for RedEyeChicago actor John Cusack popped into a breakfast meeting of the Illinois delegation to show his support for John Kerry. He was almost immediately under siege from reporters, including yours truly, who wedged in a couple of questions. Cusack says his...
Tags: John Cusack, Illinois, Chicago Cubs, Barack Obama, Chicago
Times Staff WriterIn the slapdash comedy "Analyze That" Robert De Niro and Billy Crystal reunite to toss around the sort of cheap jokes that Crosby and Hope used to take on the road to wherever. As with "Analyze This," the comedy that first brought the big-screen odd...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday July 17, 1996 When Walt Whitman wrote, "I am large, I contain multitudes," he didn't realize he was also pitching the concept for "Multiplicity." And when Doug Kinney, harried and harassed by the demands of being a husband, father...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday April 12, 1995 Al Franken is good enough, he's certainly smart enough. So, doggone it, why is "Stuart Saves His Family" so mediocre? On "Saturday Night Live," Franken's Stuart Smalley is a hilarious concoction: a "caring nurturer"...
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