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ENTERTAINMENT
September 7, 2012 | By Robert Abele
A low-budget, no-excitement thriller, "The Victim" was written and directed by Michael Biehn, who also stars as a loner whose chance encounter with a frantic stripper leads to all sorts of mayhem. Annie (Jennifer Blanc) turns up at the cabin where Biehn's Kyle lives with a tale of a woodsy tryst with dirty cops, a friend (Danielle Harris) murdered and herself the next target. He springs into action as a wild-eyed protector, leading to some premium-cable-ish sexy time with Annie. It seems she has the emotional fortitude to set aside her fear of death to purr seductively over her savior's well-preserved bod. (Blanc happens to be Biehn's wife.)
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 29, 2012 | By Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
Year-round schooling. Baby boomers date-nighting. Insatiable appetites DVRing, VODemanding, online streaming. March madness game changing ("Hunger Games," not basketball, $358 million and counting). A short way to say popcorn is not just for summer anymore. Moviegoers - young (the summer staple) and old (increasingly coming back to the five-and-dime, Jimmy Dean…) - want a constant flow. The idea that audiences are more intrigued, or less pressed in the summertime, or that there are movie mood swings tied to weather patterns anymore is just downright silly.
NEWS
November 29, 2012 | By Michael Ordoña
"Magic Mike" charmed the pants off audiences, and its star, Matthew McConaughey, collected some of the best notices of his career as stripper elder statesman Dallas. Reviews of the revue found Britain's the Guardian comparing his performance to Oscar-winning turns as an MC by Gig Young ("They Shoot Horses, Don't They?") and Joel Grey ("Cabaret"), and a breathless - perhaps panting - tribute in the Washington Post called him the best thing about the movie. But the tanned and ripped stud who drove audiences and some critics into fits of lust is not the man who sits down at a table at L'Ermitage.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 1, 2000
A standing ovation to Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez for writing Calendar's first intelligent article about rock and rap music in recent memory ("Is Music Issuing a Call to Violence?," June 26). Finally someone has acknowledged that vile, abusive, sexually assaultive lyrics might contribute to similar behavior after reverberating day after day within vacant young male skulls. This article should be reprinted whenever Robert Hilburn or one of The Times' other junior high school students pays homage to "artists" such as Eminem who loudly and profitably defecate in public.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 24, 1995 | Hugo Martin, Hugo Martin is a staff writer for The Times' Valley Edition.
Every Saturday night for years, rock 'n' roll blared from the outdoor speakers on the balcony of Charlie Minor's rented Malibu beach house. Until the frosty hours of the next morning, scores of beautiful bikini-clad women, music executives and celebrities checked in to enjoy Minor's food, drinks and hospitality, their limos swallowing up dozens of parking spots along Pacific Coast Highway.
NEWS
May 26, 1985 | Associated Press
School officials were not amused when a male stripper broke into a routine at Grand Prairie High School's graduation ceremony. The dancer wound up in jail, and irate school officials vowed to track down the students who hired him and press charges. As Principal Phil Farris was about to begin handing out diplomas at a ceremony late last week, a young man in a suit interrupted to say he had a "special honorary award" for Vice Principal Dorothy Newton.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1999
The four young men lounging at the Spearmint Rhino nightclub thought it would be easy to tip the exotic dancers with counterfeit $100 bills. It turned out to be more difficult than they thought, police said. One of the dancers is a stripper by night and bank teller by day. Authorities arrested four men this week after the dancer told them she had spotted the generous tips as fake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1996 | JOHN POPE
Complaints about the recent establishment of agencies that provide or arrange adult entertainment have prompted the City Council to adopt an ordinance designed to better monitor the businesses. In the past 18 months, two "booking agencies," which hire or provide strippers for individuals or groups, have opened in Tustin, city officials said, and another has expressed interest in locating there.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 2, 1995
A Torrance police officer accused of socializing--in uniform and on duty--with professional strippers at a private residence has been terminated, city officials said Wednesday. Citing privacy laws protecting personnel records, City Atty. John L. Fellows III would not say whether Daniel G. Sprague, 32, was fired or had resigned. "I can only tell you . . . his employment terminated on Jan. 25, 1995," Fellows said.
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