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March 8, 2004 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
Less than a year ago, actors Larry Gilliard Jr. and Harold Perrineau were strangers, linked only by their professions and their status as graduates of separate dramas on HBO. But these days they're a brotherhood of two, spending at least 16 hours a week in cramped quarters, constantly in each other's face as they try to stay out of each other's way.
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March 8, 2004 | Greg Braxton, Times Staff Writer
Less than a year ago, actors Larry Gilliard Jr. and Harold Perrineau were strangers, linked only by their professions and their status as graduates of separate dramas on HBO. But these days they're a brotherhood of two, spending at least 16 hours a week in cramped quarters, constantly in each other's face as they try to stay out of each other's way.
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June 7, 1998 | Peter Rainer
The Brooklyn cigar store run by Auggie Wren (Harvey Keitel, right) in this 1995 delight is Schmooze Central for the neighborhood gabbers and ne'er-do-wells. Pokey and episodic, "Smoke" is a lovely slow stroll with a few of those regulars. The screenwriter, Paul Auster, embellishing a short-short story of his that originally appeared as a Christmas Day op-ed piece in the New York Times, employs the film medium as an extension of his literary art.
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May 18, 2011 | Joe Flint, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
Time Warner's cable network unit Turner Broadcasting, parent of TBS, TNT and Cartoon Network, announced new shows to advertisers Wednesday morning. Among the new shows are: "Major Crimes," starring Mary McDonnell, which premieres on TNT after the series finale of "The Closer" early next year. Also new is a mystery movie lineup on Tuesday nights from a host of bestselling crime authors. Among the works and writers slated for the new movie slot are: Scott Turow's "Innocent," Richard North Patterson's "Silent Witness," Sandra Brown's "Ricochet," Lisa Gardner's "Hide," April Smith's "Good Morning, Killer," and Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark's "Deck the Halls.
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June 27, 2003 | Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer
At heart, Jed Weintrob's "On_Line" is a classic New York romantic comedy, focusing on a group of lonely people who become caught up in a series of confusions and coincidences in their pursuit of love and sex. It is also a witty, sometimes unsettling commentary on romance in the Internet age, and it marks a sharp, amusing feature debut for Weintrob, a veteran in interactive entertainment.
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December 10, 1998
Some broadcast and cable programs contain material included in the public school curriculum and on standardized examinations. Here are weekend home-viewing tips: Today--"The Nutcracker" (Bravo, 6-8 p.m.; repeating 10 p.m.-midnight). This telecast of the Kirov Ballet Company production of the Tchaikovsky holiday favorite is followed by documentaries about the preparation of a ballet performance. VCR+9795978. Also, "The Whole World Is Watching" (ABC, 9-11 p.m.).
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December 2, 1999 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Universal's "The Best Man," a romantic comedy about a group of African American yuppies who experience love and conflict as they prepare for a wedding, and the WB's comedy "The Steve Harvey Show" were the leaders Wednesday in nominations for the 30th annual NAACP Image Awards.
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December 12, 1998 | DARYL H. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If Shakespeare were working in Hollywood today, he would, no doubt, be rewritten by hacks--his stories reduced to mere plot points connecting cheesy special effects. NBC's Sunday night movie, a Civil War-era retelling of "The Tempest," offers a frightening vision of what would result. A miscalculation of epic proportions, this revision of one of the Bard's masterworks is at times laugh-out-loud awful, at times offensive.
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July 18, 2008 | Mark Olsen, Special to The Times
A hard-working, clean-living family man (Stephen Dorff) is sent to prison after he accidentally kills a burglar. Thrown into the violent world of life behind bars, with its indecipherable codes of behavior, racial disharmony and dehumanizing violence, he struggles to get by. That is until he is made cellmates with a philosopher/poet/mass-murderer (a girthy Val Kilmer) who shows him the ropes.
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October 12, 2012 | By Ed Stockly
Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 14 - 20 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     SERIES Titanic: Blood and Steel: In a new episode a decision is made regarding the Titanic's lifeboats, and in the series finale the crew prepares for the doomed liner's maiden voyage (8 and 8:49 p.m. Encore). Saturday Night Live:  Christina Applegate hosts with musical guest Passion Pit (11:29 p.m. NBC). MOVIES The Third Man:   Director Carol Reed captures the atmosphere of a shellshocked postwar Europe in this classic thriller about an alcoholic writer (Joseph Cotten)
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