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Zap2It.comThe Jewish community isn't quite ready to embrace Mel Gibson's apology for uttering anti-Semitic remarks while drunk, even though they've reached out to him. Rabbi David Baron, who sent a letter Tuesday (Aug. 1) inviting the actor to a Los Angeles Yom...
Tags: Holidays, Hillary Clinton, Yom Kippur, Drunk Driving, Death
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticBloody to the point of gruesome, moving without being inspiring, Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ is a Passion play in the Age of Hollywood. The Romans look and act like movie Nazis. The Jews are the establishment villains, bearded and unforgiving....
Los Angeles TimesHOLLYWOOD - The Aviator, an old-fashioned Hollywood epic about Howard Hughes' obsessions, romances and crippling neuroses, captured 11 nominations to top all contenders for next month's 77th annual Academy Awards, including best picture, best actor for...
Times Staff WritersThe filmmakers from Down Under were on top of the entertainment world Sunday evening as "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," the final installment of the hugely successful trilogy, made a clean sweep at the 76th annual Academy Awards held at...
Orlando SentinelWith record box-office receipts for "The Passion of the Christ" rolling in, now might be the time to ask: What will Mel Gibson do for an encore? Officially, he is scheduled to do "Mad Max 4." But in light of the controversy surrounding his first...
Tags: Entertainment, Bible, Hanukkah, Rebellions, Politics
Times Staff WritersComplete list of nominees Complete Academy Awards coverage "The Aviator," an old-fashioned Hollywood epic about Howard Hughes' obsessions, romances and crippling neuroses, captured 11 nominations to take the lead for the 77th annual Academy Awards,...
Times Staff WriterFor fans of muscular Hollywood action, Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" may have been a revelation, but it was no surprise. We have, after all, seen this story before. A stranger enters a town, a saloon or the wrong side of the tracks, riles up...
Tags: Charlton Heston, Georgia, Genres, Max von Sydow, Carl Sandburg
Sun StaffThe next time you meet a cicada, remember that the poor guy has been living underground for 17 years. Point out, though, that even as much has changed since its egg was deposited in 1987, much has stayed the same. Consider: 1987: Massachusetts'...
For the TimesIt's hard to be an absolutist in the modern world—our society simply isn't set up for it. Boundless, diverse and brimming with energy, it's better at fostering a culture where anything goes than one obsessed with strict definitions of right and...
Times Staff WriterAnd now for something that really is completely different. Partially to take advantage of the brouhaha surrounding Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" and partially because it is the film's 25th anniversary, "Monty Python's Life of Brian" is back on...
Times Staff WriterHe didn't call it "J'Accuse!" but he might as well have. Like Emile Zola, whose celebrated 19th century open letter assailed the French government for being a party to intolerable injustice, Michael Moore in "Fahrenheit 9/11" has launched an unapologetic...
Sentinel Staff Writer1 star (out of 4) "Paparazzi," the first movie Mel Gibson put his name and his face on after "The Passion of the Christ," is a petulant, violent and sophomoric hissy fit about those nasty photographers who torment the rich and famous. This laughably...
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