Tim Gray

'ENGLISH' CHANNELS 9 OSCARS

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Oscar competition was burned to a crisp by “The English Patient,” which grabbed nine wins — the most for a single film since “The Last Emperor” in 1987. Even more so than in the nominations, the…

ACAD BAD FOR THE TREND-MAD

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In case you hadn't heard, the 69th annual Academy Awards will be presented March 24. Everybody will be making predictions and all theories will sound informed. However, this year's nominations made…

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Reel life

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What is the big deal about cloning? Everyone seems all worked up about scientists bringing a few extra sheep and monkeys into the world, but it's really not that big a deal: Hollywood has been…

REEL LIFE

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THERE ARE ETERNAL QUESTIONS that may never be answered: What is reality? What is the meaning of life? Why was I born? When was the last time Lauren Bacall went to a supermarket? What kind of people…

'OSCAR'S 'ENGLISH' ACCENT

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Newcomers came on strong, Oscar noms were so eclectic that everyone has a different theory on What This Year Means — and “Patient” proved a virtue. Miramax's “The English Patient” led the race for…

REACTION SHOTS

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Few Oscar contenders will ever be able to top Brenda Blethyn for the most memorable moment of hearing of her nomination: She was with the O.J. Simpson jurors. In L.A. to film Charlie Peters' “Music…

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Review: 'Zeus and Roxanne'

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"Zeus and Roxanne" is a simple-minded but efficient piece of filmmaking clearly aimed at small fry. Kidpics have had a spotty success record, and this one may not cover enough new territory to break…

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Globes spread the gold around

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The 54th annual Golden Globes offered an evening in which Madonna was dignified and restrained, Lauren Bacall exclaimed ''I'm hysterical!,'' TV producer Bonnie Turner seemed to hyperventilate and…

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