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July 6, 2005 | From Reuters
Russia's booming film industry has recruited Hollywood to try to translate newfound domestic success into worldwide box office hits. A dramatic growth in the number of cinemas has brought record ticket sales for Russian films, which have beat U.S. blockbusters at the Russian box office. It has also sparked talk of a revival in an industry suffering from a loss of state funds after communism's collapse. But so far the films have failed to capture world audiences.
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October 28, 2003 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
It's only 1 o'clock in the afternoon, and Jack Bauer is already strung out. It's going to be another one of those days. Welcome to the third day -- er, season -- of the real-time action drama "24," which sprints to a tantalizing start at 9 tonight on Fox. Three years after the attempt on his life, something seems amiss with President Palmer (Dennis Haysbert). He just might be pulling a Jed Bartlet and hiding his true condition.
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July 16, 2007 | Robert Abele, Special to The Times
The vile billboards heralded it, the controversy stoked it, and now it's loose in public: "Captivity," the latest in check-in-but-don't-check-out torture films. A spirit-sapping exercise in female degradation fantasy, it was directed by Roland Joffe, who has seen his career go from bewailing "The Killing Fields" of Cambodia to slobbering over the hell-maze of a hooded kidnapper/murderer. It's the movie business equivalent of encountering someone you once knew begging for money on the street.
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