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Times Staff WriterTo have seen Federico Fellini's "La Dolce Vita" when it opened in the U.S. in 1961 as a graduate school dropout turned erstwhile construction worker with a love of movies and a secret desire to review them was an unforgettable, totally tantalizing...
Times Staff WriterNobody writes songs about January in Paris. It's cold and bleak, and the impenetrable rain clouds make 8 a.m. as dark as midnight. It's perfect weather for going to the movies, which is what I do. But I also go to the movies in Paris in April, May and...
Tags: News Media, Air France-KLM, Stanley Donen, Arts, Ray Charles
Times Staff WriterRoberto Benigni's "Pinocchio" is a bummer in any language. The most expensive Italian movie ever made ($45 million), it opened on Christmas Day in the U.S. minus press previews to poor business and worse reviews. The film had been given a painstaking...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Walt Disney, Roberto Benigni
Times Film CriticThe New Jersey layabouts in "Palookaville" make the at-loose-ends L.A. guys in "Swingers" look as directed as the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Would-be tough guys, would-be romantic successes, would-be a lot of things, these three pals fumble whatever they...
TIMES STAFF WRITERThursday December 12, 1996 The ridiculous 14 years that it's taken Michelangelo Antonioni's sublime "Identification of a Woman" to open here merely underlines the timelessness and modernity of one of the world's greatest living directors. ...
Tags: Jean-Luc Godard, John Ford, Louise Brooks, Movies, Entertainment
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