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January 18, 1998 | Kevin Thomas
Movies don't get much more beguiling than this 1995 release, adapted gracefully by Dalene Young from Ann M. Martin's phenomenally popular book series. It introduces us to at least two dozen entirely appealing and talented young actors, ably supported by veterans Ellen Burstyn, Peter Horton (pictured with Schuyler Fisk), Brooke Adams and Bruce Davison (TMC Sunday at 10:10 a.m. and Saturday at 2:25 p.m.).
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February 11, 2000 | ROBIN RAUZI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern California exports filmed images of sunshine to the eyeballs of kids around the nation, so it's only fair that snowy upstate New York gets its chance at being the locale of childhood fantasies. However, "Snow Day," a harmless co-production of Nickelodeon Movies and Paramount Pictures, may be a hard sell in places where kids have never experienced the joy of a surprise day off school--or at least one that wasn't caused by the violent shaking of the earth.
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August 18, 1995 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Movies don't get much more beguiling than "The Baby-Sitters Club," which takes us into the leafy, affluent community of Stoneybrook, Conn., to spend a crucial summer with seven lovely adolescent girls who've decided to expand their baby-sitting business into a summer camp for the local children. Adapted gracefully by Dalene Young from Ann M. Martin's phenomenally popular book series, the film marks an uncommonly promising feature directorial debut by former "thirtysomething" star Melanie Mayron.
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January 11, 2002 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Orange County" starts out deliriously funny but allows sentimentality to squeeze it to a pulp by the time it's over. It's the old Hollywood sellout, yet surely the people who laugh during its first half are prepared to go the distance with its deadpan take on the obtuse absurdities of human nature and upscale suburban life--especially one with such winning central performances by Colin Hanks and Schuyler Fisk.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 6, 2002
Movies With the help of his girlfriend and burnout brother, a high school senior has 24 hours to salvage his botched application to Stanford in the comedy "Orange County." Written by Mike White ("Chuck & Buck," the TV series "Pasadena"), the film features a trio of Hollywood progenies: director Jake Kasdan (son of writer-director Lawrence Kasdan), and co-stars Colin Hanks (son of Tom Hanks) and Schuyler Fisk (daughter of Sissy Spacek).
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January 14, 2002 | Associated Press
Moviegoers weary of pre-Oscar seriousness escaped to "Orange County" over the weekend, but the teen comedy couldn't quite match the struggles of a hobbit and a mathematician at the box office. "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" was in first place for the fourth weekend in a row, grossing $16.2 million and pushing its total take to $228.3 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 9, 2006 | Kelly-Anne Suarez, Times Staff Writer
Zach Braff, the "Scrubs" star turned film wunderkind, went to college with three of his current best friends before he knew them, lives just minutes away from them in Los Angeles and now they work together too. When Braff signed on to his latest movie, "The Last Kiss," he passed along songs written by his friends Joshua Radin and Cary Brothers to director Tony Goldwyn, who said he immediately fell in love with them.
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March 26, 1996 | COLLEEN BARRY, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Belma crossed a minefield and dodged snipers' artillery in her flight from Bosnia's battlegrounds. But the war intruded on her Danish refuge, and the teenager watched in anguish as her father was arrested for the brutal beating of an accused war criminal. Emina left her Bosnian village to study in Sarajevo and was unable to join her family when they fled to Denmark after her father was released by Bosnian Serb captors. It was years before they were reunited. One is a movie. One is real life.
NEWS
January 9, 2002 | Gina Piccalo and Louise Roug
"Hey, baby, it's your long lost-lover calling." Yeah, if only. Steven Tyler was quite excited when he called the other day, but then the rock star had good reason. Aerosmith just got four Grammy nominations (including best rock song, best rock album, best duo or group rock performance) for its album "Just Push Play" as well as one music video nomination.
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