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Zap2It.com"Wild Hogs" is nuthin' but fumes, plus a roadside-urination montage. Is this the best we can do in the realm of star-driven commercial comedy? If so, I'll take "Norbit." I'll take "Because I Said So." I'll take "I'll Take Sweden." Two compliments can...
In the lush farmlands east of Monterey Bay, the day opens with the sound of big-rig trucks hauling lettuce, apricots and other produce through this quiet agricultural town of about 36,000 people. At Jerry's coffee shop, locals exchange gossip over...
Special to the Chicago TribuneDaly Creek Winery, Anamosa On a June weekday afternoon, a bride-to-be, her mother and her future maid of honor picked several bottles of wine to take home to consider for her September wedding in Iowa. One was Penitentiary Red, named for the Iowa prison a...
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Times Staff WriterThe UCLA Film & Television Archive's new venue, the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum, officially opens Friday with a screening of the Oscar-winning 1960 Wilder classic "The Apartment." Two days later, the archive kicks off its "Art of Light"...
Special to The Times"Meat's meat and bone is bone," proclaims Hoyt (R. Lee Ermey) as he prepares a particularly gory repast. The makers of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" take a similarly elemental approach to the revived franchise's latest installment. There'...
Times Staff WriterAftermath I: Forget Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Daniel Craig, Leonardo DiCaprio and even Borat. Winner of the hottest male presence this year in a film is none other than former Vice President Al Gore In "An Inconvenient Truth," his documentary on global...
Special to the TribuneEagles Landing Winery, Marquette In 1993, Roger and Connie Halvorson opened a bed-and-breakfast in Marquette as a retirement hedge. Roger, an amateur winemaker since the 1950s, provided complimentary bottles for guests. It wasn't long before they went...
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Conrad L. Hall, one of the giants of Hollywood filmmaking whose death from cancer in January at age 76 was mourned throughout the world of cinema, posthumously won the Academy Award on Sunday evening for best cinematography for his dark and gritty...
Times Staff WriterThroughout Richard LaGravenese and the late Ted Demme's stirring survey of American movies of the '70s, "A Decade Under the Influence," filmmakers and stars remark how their movies couldn't have been made in an earlier era. Some add wistfully that they...
The Hartford CourantAt one time or another, most modern male movie stars climb aboard a Harley or a Ducati to look cool, with maybe a touch of the outlaw about them. But apart from the obvious titles, there is not a great selection of true biker sagas of value out there...
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 WriterThe "Mad Hatter," a regular at the Bagdad Cafe, is hanging out at the worn Formica counter talking about his latest creation — a hand-knitted Easter bonnet. River Bottom Dan, the cook at this funky desert diner off Route 66, is taking orders for...
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