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July 13, 1999 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Actor Patrick Bauchau says that the architecture police can't see the forest for the trees. Not so, retort those patrolling the street in front of his Hollywood home. They can't see Bauchau's house because of the trees. That describes the brouhaha over the thicket of trellises and trees in Bauchau's yard that has neighbors choosing sides in the Whitley Heights section of the Hollywood Hills.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 13, 1999 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Actor Patrick Bauchau says that the architecture police can't see the forest for the trees. Not so, retort those patrolling the street in front of his Hollywood home. They can't see Bauchau's house because of the trees. That describes the brouhaha over the thicket of trellises and trees in Bauchau's yard that has neighbors choosing sides in the Whitley Heights section of the Hollywood Hills.
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January 22, 2001
A few years back, TNT had great success producing several movies based on the syndicated sci-fi series "Babylon 5." And now the cable network has resurrected another fan fave, "The Pretender." The action-thriller that premiered on NBC in the fall of 1996 was never a big ratings grabber, but it developed a strong and loyal following over its four seasons. Michael T. Weiss starred as Jarod, a man whose exceptional intelligence allowed him to master any profession.
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March 23, 2007 | Kevin Thomas, Special to The Times
G. Allan Brocka's "Boy Culture" is that rarity, a movie that seems much better and more credible after a second viewing. Adapted by Brocka and Philip Pierce from Matthew Rettenmund's novel, it stars Derek Magyar as X, who was seduced and then rejected at the age of 12 by his childhood best friend. Now 25, he is a proud, cynical, in-demand Seattle hustler. He shares an upscale apartment with affable Andrew (Darryl Stephens) and giddy 18-year-old Joey (Jonathon Trent).
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February 23, 1987 | LEE MARGULIES, Times Staff Writer
The hoopla and angst of "Amerika" finally behind it, ABC gets back to Americana tonight with an old-fashioned, Hitchcockian movie with nothing more on its mind than entertainment. And while "Love Among Thieves" (9-11 p.m., Channels 7, 3, 10 and 42) lacks the flair of the master, it nonetheless is a fast-paced adventure that makes for pleasurable viewing.
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May 27, 1991 | CHRIS WILLMAN
The vampire genre has just about been sucked dry with a ream of '80s films and novels reimagining the erstwhile monsters in tragic terms as a doomed, desperate breed. The Jim McBride-directed TV movie "Blood Ties" (at 8 tonight on Channels 11 and 6) makes a case for bloodsucker sympathy, too, but with a lighter, less fatalistic take on things: Intended as a sort of liberal anti-racist fable, it's a vampires-are-people-too picture.
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July 19, 1989 | MICHAEL WILMINGTON
Jose Van Dam, who plays a tragic baritone in the Belgian movie "The Music Teacher" (at the Westside Pavilion and Port Theatre, Corona del Mar) has a face full of magnetic pain, sad eyes brooding over an imperious chin. And the movie, directed by Gerard Corbiau, surrounds him with period decor so chill and lovely it looks as if the frames would shatter if you touched them.
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June 30, 1993 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With his elegant and erotic "Chain of Desire" (at the Nuart), Caracas-born writer-director Temistocles Lopez has deftly transposed the structure of "La Ronde" and set it down in contemporary Manhattan.
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April 9, 2004 | Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer
"Shade" is a clever and adroit B picture with A virtues, starting with its ensemble cast, headed by Stuart Townsend, Gabriel Byrne, Thandie Newton and Jamie Foxx. The result is a diverting genre piece about crooked poker players that takes its title from a gambler's term for misdirection. Loaded with dizzying cons and betrayals, it pays off with a satisfying and unpredictable finish.
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July 2, 1993 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With his elegant and erotic "Chain of Desire" (at the Nuart), Caracas-born writer-director Temistocles Lopez has deftly transposed the structure of "La Ronde" and set it down in contemporary Manhattan.
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