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April 8, 1994 | JANE GALBRAITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If "Red Rock West" once was a tough sell, it ain't any more. The celebrated movie, dubbed a "cowboy noir" by its distributors and a wicked black comedy by many critics, was headed to a quick fade-out on the movie-channel horizon until a San Francisco distribution company came to the rescue.
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April 8, 1994 | JANE GALBRAITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If "Red Rock West" once was a tough sell, it ain't any more. The celebrated movie, dubbed a "cowboy noir" by its distributors and a wicked black comedy by many critics, was headed to a quick fade-out on the movie-channel horizon until a San Francisco distribution company came to the rescue.
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March 1, 1990 | PAT H. BROESKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Will moviegoers rally to a Cold War thriller in the aftermath of the Big Thaw? The question hovers in the air like nuclear fallout, as Paramount Pictures readies to launch its $35 million-plus screen adaptation of Tom Clancy's best-selling novel, "The Hunt for Red October." Starring Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin, and directed by action meister John McTiernan ("Die Hard"), the film surfaces Friday at 1,225 theaters across the country.
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March 1, 1990 | PAT H. BROESKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Will moviegoers rally to a Cold War thriller in the aftermath of the Big Thaw? The question hovers in the air like nuclear fallout, as Paramount Pictures readies to launch its $35 million-plus screen adaptation of Tom Clancy's best-selling novel, "The Hunt for Red October." Starring Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin, and directed by action meister John McTiernan ("Die Hard"), the film surfaces Friday at 1,225 theaters across the country.
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September 9, 2005 | Stephen Hunter, Washington Post
Oh, no, look out. There she goes again. Tessa is about to let 'er rip. It's so embarrassing. Doesn't the poor girl know that one just doesn't do certain things? Not Tessa. She has no sense of what's appropriate. So Tessa arises and begins to assail the poor chap from the Foreign Office in the middle of his dreary lecture. Doesn't he realize, she demands, that British foreign policy is a sham driven by corporate greed and narrow-minded nationalism?
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