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Zap2It.comWill Christmas be the right season for the Demon Barber of Fleet Street? DreamWorks and Paramount certainly hope so. According to Variety, "Sweeney Todd" is now set to go wide on Dec. 21, rather than taking a proposed limited, Oscar-qualifying run on...
Times Staff Writer"HARRY Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" is no stand-alone film or even part of a constantly reinvented franchise like James Bond. Rather it's a cog in a brisk, well-oiled machine, the fifth in what ultimately will be a series of seven films that...
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"Nobel Son" loosely straps a story of family disappointment and academic jealousy to a juiced-up caper flick and then speeds off on its way. What comes next is a movie with moments of vengeance-filled enjoyment but also a sense of tonal haphazardness....
Reporting from Watford, England -- The real honor roll at Hogwarts Academy in the " Harry Potter" films has nothing to do with child wizards and their magical aptitude: It's the list of esteemed British thespians who have been brought in to cast their...
The 33 Flick ChickDo you recognize this long-haired dude? Like many of the other skeptics out there, I was really frightened about what Hollywood was doing going retro happy with this new Star Trek production. Could this franchise really be re-launched? But that's of no...
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Times Staff WriterPublished in 1985, Patrick Süskind's novel "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" was the unaccountably compelling story of a boy born into the smelliest time and place in history (Paris, 1783, naturellement) with a superhuman olfactory sense but no...
Zap2ItA man's (Alan Rickman) receipt of the Nobel Prize makes his aimless son (Bryan Greenberg, "October Road") a kidnapping target, since the money that goes with the award is quite appealing to the abductors, in this darkly humorous film. Only problem? Dad...
Published in 1985, Patrick Suskind's novel "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" was the unaccountably compelling story of a boy born into the smelliest time and place in history (Paris, 1783, naturally) with a superhuman olfactory sense but no personal...
Zap2It.comAlan Rickman, who plays a wizard schoolteacher in the "Harry Potter" films, will don different robes for his latest project. The actor has signed on for Tim Burton's movie adaptation of "Sweeney Todd," Stephen Sondheim's gruesome Broadway musical,...
Zap2It.comLive Free or Die Hard, the fourth film in the Die Hard franchise, comes after a 12-year hiatus but easily returns to all the requisite high-octane traditions. Lots of stuff gets blown up; lots of bad guys do bad things; lots of chances come for our hero,...
Sentinel Movie CriticTraitor is a solid, gripping, only occasionally preachy thriller built around the War on Terror. Ripped-from-the-headlines realism, top-drawer performances by Don Cheadle and Guy Pearce, a dandy "ticking clock" story structure and a vast catalog of...
Tags: Don Cheadle, Roger Moore, Movies, Terrorism, Islam
Sentinel Movie CriticSure, you know your muggles from your Malfoys, maybe even your McGonagalls from your Mad-Eye Moodys. You remember when Michael Gambon replaced Richard Harris as Dumbledore. You've read the six books and seen the five movies, at least by this weekend...
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