Rick Setlowe

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Bruckheimer soldiering on

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With his summer blockbuster "Con-Air" exploding at $97 million in domestic box office and two high-budget, star-studded productions --- "Armageddon" starring Bruce Willis and "Enemy of the State"…

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Writing with byte

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The struggling screenwriter, in the throes of a block, heaves up from the computer, makes herself a pot of coffee, checks the mail, schmoozes a friend on the phone, and finally plotzes back down at…

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Existential P.I.

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Playing private eye Jim Rockford won actor James Garner one Emmy plus a fistful of nominations. But, more importantly, "The Rockford Files," which ran on NBC from 1974 to 1980, forever changed the…

MENSCH'S DANGEROUS DAY JOB

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The Schwarzeneggian Moments. They are, like the former Mr. Olympia, the bigger-than-life, brawny and awesome stunt sequences that hallmark his dozen action-adventure epics — and occasional comedies —…

FILLED TO THE BRIM

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If in the beginning was the Word, at film festivals like Sundance, where young directors are deified, the writer, unless he is also the director, is ignored, cast into an obscurity below the minor…

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