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November 4, 2007 | Adam Baer, Special to The Times
It's 10 a.m. on a September weekday and Jamie Campbell Bower, all of 18 and straight from London by way of the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party the night before, has just emerged from the back of an SUV outside a Los Feliz cafe.
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March 27, 2014 | By Ed Stockly
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 23 - 29, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   SERIES Last Man Standing Mandy (Molly Ephraim) decides she wants to quit school and use her college fund to launch her own clothing line. Of course, Mike (Tim Allen) doesn't like this idea. 8 p.m. ABC Rake A powerful agent (Peter Jacobson) accuses Mikki's (Bojana Novakovic)
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March 27, 2014 | By Ed Stockly
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 23 - 29, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   SERIES Last Man Standing Mandy (Molly Ephraim) decides she wants to quit school and use her college fund to launch her own clothing line. Of course, Mike (Tim Allen) doesn't like this idea. 8 p.m. ABC Rake A powerful agent (Peter Jacobson) accuses Mikki's (Bojana Novakovic)
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November 4, 2007 | Adam Baer, Special to The Times
It's 10 a.m. on a September weekday and Jamie Campbell Bower, all of 18 and straight from London by way of the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party the night before, has just emerged from the back of an SUV outside a Los Feliz cafe.
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March 18, 2011 | By Sheri Linden
Straightforward and solid but only mildly involving, "Winter in Wartime" is the coming-of-age story of a Dutch teen boy, set during the final months of World War II. Director Martin Koolhoven elicits strong performances in the handsomely photographed feature but fails to sustain tension, creating a work that's smooth and reassuring, never truly gripping. Based on a 1972 children's novel by Jan Terlouw, the film avoids troubling ambiguities, resolving each challenge or conflict almost as soon as it arises.
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April 1, 2011
SERIES Chaos: A new CIA agent (Freddy Rodriguez) shows up for his first day of work to find out his job has been eliminated, but the deputy director (Kurtwood Smith) has another gig for him: infiltrating a group of rogue agents. Eric Close, Tim Blake Nelson, James Murray and Christina Cole also star in this lighthearted new drama (8 p.m. CBS). Shark Tank: In this new episode, kids seek backing for an idea they came up with on a family trip (8 p.m. ABC). Kitchen Nightmares: Bickering brothers, owners of a restaurant in New Jersey that's fallen on hard times, shock chef Ramsay when they spend more time arguing than paying attention to the food and service in this new episode (8 p.m. Fox)
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March 27, 2011
SUNDAY Have your tickets and passports ready as "Travel Channel Uncut: Bloopers and Wrong Turns" shares previously unseen goofs and gaffes by the likes of "Bizarre Foods'" Andrew Zimmern and "Man vs. Food's" Adam Richman. (Travel, 8 p.m.) We Americans fought ? and won ? two wars against the British crown, and yet we still loves us some royalty. "William & Kate: Inside the Royal Wedding" is just one of many such specials airing in the run-up to the happy couple's big day. (TLC, 10 p.m.)
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April 1, 2011 | By Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
Considering Chris Albrecht is a former HBO head, his first call at Starz, the new sword 'n' sorcery drama "Camelot," should have been bulletproof. It's produced by Oscar-winning Graham King ("The Departed," "The Aviator"), created and written by Michael Hirst ("The Tudors") and Chris Chibnall ("Torchwood," "Dr. Who") and stars Joseph Fiennes ("Elizabeth," "Shakespeare in Love") as Merlin and smoky-eyed former Bond girl Eva Green as his archnemesis Morgan. Instead, this sexed-up, semi-humanized retelling of the Arthurian legend is possibly the worst reworking of a British legend since Kevin Costner's "Robin Hood.
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December 21, 2007 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
Tim BURTON'S adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece "Sweeney Todd" is a funny, moody musical blood bath. It's also notably cuter than its famous theatrical predecessors -- which I guess is what happens when you cast Johnny Depp as the serial throat-slitter and Helena Bonham Carter as his cannibal pie-making accomplice.
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August 21, 2013 | By Nicole Sperling
Director Harald Zwart was in a forest outside of Toronto on Friday, looking for a possible home for fairies to live. After finding a proper wooded locale, he would have to quickly shower and change into a suit and tie for the Canadian premiere his new movie, "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. " It's not unusual for a director to be promoting one film while setting up the next. But in today's risk-averse Hollywood, it's rare for that next project to be a sequel before the first film has even proved itself at the box office.
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