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December 23, 1999 | ROBIN RAUZI
* The former futures trader and fashion model stars as Kazuo Miyamoto in "Snow Falling on Cedars," which opened Wednesday. New Kid: I moved out to L.A. from New York about two years ago, and so much of my life revolves around work that I don't get out to do as much as I should. So on my favorite weekend I would have my friends visiting from New York and I would show them all around. Natural World: Friday would include horseback riding in Malibu.
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December 23, 1999 | ROBIN RAUZI
* The former futures trader and fashion model stars as Kazuo Miyamoto in "Snow Falling on Cedars," which opened Wednesday. New Kid: I moved out to L.A. from New York about two years ago, and so much of my life revolves around work that I don't get out to do as much as I should. So on my favorite weekend I would have my friends visiting from New York and I would show them all around. Natural World: Friday would include horseback riding in Malibu.
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June 17, 2001
Movies Eddie Murphy, far right, again cracks wise with animals in "Dr. Dolittle 2," which turns into a major human versus nature showdown in the midst of the animal kingdom's first labor strike. With Kevin Pollak, Jeffrey Jones and Kristen Wilson. Opens Friday. Also: Vin Diesel and Paul Walker star in the action adventure "The Fast and the Furious," a look at rival gangs who use street racing as a means of establishing power. With Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster and Rick Yune. Opens Friday.
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November 3, 2002 | Hugh Hart
Equipped with British accents, rotten childhoods, spy-mobiles, super-sized shoulder pads and whipping sticks, a new swarm of villains will try to make life miserable for heroes of the season's big sequels. Audiences hated Jason Isaacs as cruel Col. William Tavington in "The Patriot"; the English actor hopes they'll feel the same way about Lucius Malfoy in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" (Nov. 15).
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December 22, 1999 | KENNETH TURAN, TIMES FILM CRITIC
The fog is thicker, thicker than you can imagine. The sound of the sea is the only one heard. Out of nowhere, a pair of one-man fishing boats come face to face. Wary, disbelieving, the owners stare at each other--it's not a friendly stare. What happens between them isn't shown, but the next morning one is found dead and soon after the other is arrested for his murder.
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March 21, 2013 | By Robert Abele
A tale neither of ancient Greece nor of a camera company's market share, "Olympus Has Fallen" is instead a typical slab of Hollywood action in which the White House crumbles under attack, the American flag is tattered and tossed aside by baddies, and clich├ęs rise like gods. Gerard Butler swagger-stars as ex-Secret Service tough guy Mike Banning, who leaps into action from his desk job at Treasury when terrorists initiate a bloody, expertly timed home invasion on 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Once inside, he becomes the only man - or, as he modestly puts it at one point, "the best hope you've got" - to save the president (Aaron Eckhart)
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November 22, 2002 | Manohla Dargis, Times Staff Writer
Timely -- and as demographically savvy as ever -- James Bond enters his new adventure off the coast of North Korea with some fast and furious surfing designed to show the "XXX" generation that the 007 dude still has the stuff. The waves and silhouetted figures riding the massive curls inspire a shiver of delight along with a tremor of hope that the world's coolest franchise has finally ditched his blockbuster bloat and just maybe the Dry Look in order to power-surf into the new millennium.
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December 23, 1999
A display of rare images by noted Surrealist photographer Frederick Sommer, who died earlier this year, demonstrates how the artist influenced a generation of photographers in "A Tribute to Frederick Sommer, 1905-1999," which opened this week at the Norton Simon Museum.
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February 2, 2003 | MARK EHRMAN
INVITED TO: Sony Ericsson Hollywood Premiere Party at 1735 Vine St. with performance by the Used. ANSWERING THE CALL: Sony Ericsson gets into the gadget party game with this inaugural bash showcasing various products, including the P800--its latest, picture-taking, data-storing, global-reaching mobile phone--at the Palace, the Hollywood rock club and party venue.
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January 17, 2010 | By Ellen Olivier
When Jeffrey Katzenberg and Diane Nelson hosted the premiere of " Before I Forget," the film of Kirk Douglas' recent one-man show, more than 400 well-wishers turned up at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Among those at the Wednesday event, held to raise awareness of the Motion Picture & Television Fund, were Jon Hamm of "Mad Men" and Jennifer Westfeldt, writer and co-producer of "Kissing Jessica Stein." Hamm said he came to support the fund and besides that, "It's Kirk Douglas.
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December 27, 1999 | CHARLOTTE INNES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One morning on the set of the recently released movie "Snow Falling on Cedars," Max Von Sydow blackened his thumbnail. He had decided that his character, Nels Gudmundsson, the 79-year-old principled but physically frail defense attorney, had "fumbled" that day. "He was hammering away at something and the thumb got in the way," Von Sydow says on a recent visit to Los Angeles.
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