Arnold returns -- but do we still need him?
Tuesday, December 6, at American Airlines Center
Yep, the Angels somehow lost to this laughable outfit again last night -- Anaheim has given up the division by going 5-9 against the A's -- shoving the Rangers' lead in the AL West up to 3 with 15 remaining and trimming their magic number to 13. Nelson Cruz should be off the DL and ... More >>
Our pal Allison V. Smith has a rather nice photo in this morning's Los Angeles Times: a portrait of Thomas W. Stephenson Jr., whose Rave Motion Pictures is on the fast-track to becoming the fifth-largest movie-theater chain in the U.S. once Rave's acquisition of 35 theaters from Sumner Redstone's ... More >>
You mean there's more than one?
The horror of middle-class America in Revolutionary Road
Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south
See some aliens in 3-D
That old "last man on Earth" setup? It really works.
Prepare to get terminated
Fair Park is full of Ancient Treasures
Professor scoffs at Lost Tomb of Jesus documentary
Peter Jackson spares no expense for a Kong that's just too long
Robert Rodriguez and his kids conjure up a charming 3-D fantasy
A dance, dance revolution
Brutality and romance make odd bedfellows in Beyond Borders
The Terminator's back. Again.
Ship sinks, cast stays afloat in Titanic, the musical; Quad C steers clear of clichés in Boy Gets Girl
Perhaps the DVD of Solaris will fill this promising film's emotional holes
You've probably seen J. Lo's new movie before--want seconds?
Simon Wells tinkers with his great-grandpa's Time Machine
Atlantis rises, and soars, in this animated gift
Overpaid, Over Here; Best What ?; Free Dr. Laura
Web site mysteries
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Arnold returns to fight Satan -- aw, to hell with it
February 18 - 24, 1999
September 24 - 30, 1998
A whale of a ship is just a bit player in The Chambermaid
After 10 years of being told he was the Next Big Thing, former Three on a Hill and Funland frontman Peter Schmidt makes the best record of his career. And he did it, for the most part, all by himself.
Restored to 'glorious Technicolor,' GWTW comes to woo new legions of fans
Dallas author Patricia Anthony's sci-fi caught Hollywood's interest. But her decision to chuck the whole genre caught New York's wrath.
If she isn't careful, LeAnn Rimes could fade away before she's old enough to vote
The Adolphus' French Room offers courses in dining elegance
Good/Bad at the new Conduit Annex proves that size really does matter
The best films of '97 either provoked or entertained
Wag the Dog paints the White House a brilliant black
Don't come looking for subtlety, but Titanic is a great big romantic cornball success
Art director brings flair to the franchise
Anaconda gives new meaning to the phrase disaster movie
Strange Days spikes your popcorn with entertaining sleaze
John Carpenter's promising Village of the Damned never flowers