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April 5, 1993 | BETTY GOODWIN
The Scene: Beautiful downtown Burbank premiere of Fine Line Features' "Brady Bunch"-generation Angst film, "Bodies, Rest and Motion," at AMC Burbank 14 Thursday night. The party afterward was held at the low-budget furniture store Ikea, a subtlety lost on anyone over 30. * Who Was There: With the film being on the low-budget side, the event doubled as a cast-and-crew screening.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 23, 1993 | DAVID J. FOX
Movie critics were not able to see "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III" before it opened in U.S. theaters on Friday, so there were none of the predictably bad reviews until Monday morning. Of course, none of that mattered, since the core audience for the four comic-book, "Yo!"-shouting, karate-kicking turtles is kids. Over the weekend, especially on Saturday, they flocked to theaters and bought a hefty $12.4-million worth of tickets. It was the year's biggest non-holiday opening weekend to date.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 29, 1994 | PETER RAINER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Charlie Lang (Nicolas Cage) is a New York cop with an overdose of decency. He's sweet and affable and he believes in keeping his word--he's like Forrest Gump with an elevated IQ. When Charlie finds himself in a diner short of a tip, he makes a pie-in-the-sky promise to his waitress (Bridget Fonda) to give her half of any possible winnings on his just-purchased lottery ticket.
NEWS
May 15, 1992 | BILL HIGGINS
The Scene: The benefit premiere Tuesday of Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Waterdance" at the Cineplex Odeon. A party followed at the Twenty/20 Club. The revel with a cause benefited the Paralysis Project of America and Project Support for Spinal Cord Injury. Who Was There: The film's stars, Helen Hunt, Eric Stoltz and Bill Forsythe; directors Neal Jimenez and Michael Steinberg, and producers Gale Anne Hurd and Marie Cantin.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 13, 1992 | Jane Galbraith \f7
Offbeat director John Waters ("Polyester," "Hairspray") might seem an unlikely candidate to write/direct a film in the ever-predictable "Female Psychos From Hell Who Kill" genre. Imagine if Waters--the man who made Patty Hearst a movie star in "Cry-Baby"--had been the director of "Single White Female." Instead of a Bridget Fonda/Jennifer Jason Leigh pairing, Waters' sensibility might have leaned to a Lola Falana/Joey Heatherton combo.
NEWS
May 29, 1994
Summer is traditionally the biggest moviegoing season of the year. Here are some of the major motion pictures opening between now and Labor Day: JUNE City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold. They're back: Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern and Jack Palance. The Cowboy Way. Woody Harrelson and Kiefer Sutherland star. Getting Even With Dad. Ted Danson is the dad, Macaulay Culkin is out to get even. I Love Trouble. Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte star as rival newspaper reporters. The Lion King.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 16, 1995 | Steve Hochman
Lots of songwriters have told us how they pour their hearts into songs--almost as if writing letters to old lovers. Chris Isaak has taken a more direct route. In what is believed to be a pop first, Isaak pours his heart out in a letter to his ex-love and actually includes it prominently in the artwork for his upcoming "Forever Blue" album. Marketing ploy or act of compulsion? Isaak swears it's the latter.
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