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Times Staff WriterHome Box Office separated itself from the pack and raced away with the most nominations by far, including four out of 10 best-series contenders, as candidates for the 55th annual nighttime Emmy Awards were unveiled Thursday. Coupled with its longtime...
Tribune theater criticThere is dramatization and then there is self-dramatization. If a playwright wants both, a playwright writes a play about actors. Here's another one: If Steppenwolf Theatre Company ensemble member John Mahoney wants to play the role of Sir in Ronald...
Ronald Harwood has been a part of the British theater for more than 50 years, so he has the inevitable story involving a foot, a mouth and John Gielgud. "I had just finished writing `The Dresser,'" the 69-year-old Harwood says down the telephone from...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 29, 2000 Greg Berlanti's lively and engaging "The Broken Hearts Club" is subtitled "a romantic comedy" but is much more than that: a sharply observed yet affectionate and humorous critique of the values of the gay world of West...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday April 3, 1996 "Primal Fear" makes fools of us and makes us like it. A tight courtroom melodrama that serves up twist after twist like so many baffling knuckle balls, this film handles its suspenseful material with skill and style. ...
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TIMES FILM CRITICFriday August 23, 1996 You can only be young, unknown and suddenly hot once in a lifetime, and that moment came for Edward Burns when his refreshing "The Brothers McMullen" won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival. Written,...
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