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June 16, 2002
Movies Tom Cruise, above, makes yet another power coupling when he teams with director Steven Spielberg for the sci-fi thriller "Minority Report." Cruise plays a cop accused of a killing in 2054 Washington, D.C., where technology allows police to arrest and convict murderers before they've committed the crime. Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton and Max von Sydow co-star. Opens Friday.
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March 11, 2007 | Susan King
The Life After 1: James Bond fans were very vocal when it was announced two years ago that Pierce Brosnan would no longer be sipping shaken martinis as super-suave James Bond in the 007 action-thriller "Casino Royale." And they got downright vehement when it was announced that blond, blue-eyed British actor Daniel Craig, who played toughies in such films as "The Road to Perdition" and "Layer Cake," would be given the license to kill.
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June 20, 2002 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A year after giving his brilliant, Oscar-winning performance as a by-the-book British colonel in David Lean's World War II epic, "The Bridge on the River Kwai," Alec Guinness brought another remarkable character to the screen in the delightful 1958 comedy "The Horse's Mouth." This rarely seen gem recently made its DVD debut. Guinness received an Academy Award nomination for "The Horse's Mouth," not for his acting, but for his literate screenplay, which he adapted from Joyce Cary's novel.
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