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  • Tony Scott: Witnesses tell LAPD they saw director leap from bridge

     
    Investigators probing the death of "Top Gun" director Tony Scott are talking to witnesses who saw the filmmaker jump to his death from the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro. Los Angeles police first learned of the incident after 12:30......
  • Tony Scott: Autopsy planned after director leaps from bridge

     
    The Los Angeles County coroner's office and Los Angeles Police Department were both investigating the death of filmmaker Tony Scott, including interviewing witnesses. Simon Halls, a spokesman for Scott's family, said the family asked "that their privacy...
  • Luxury cruise on Halong Bay, Vietnam

    As Vietnam modernizes, vestiges of the French colonial era are fading fast, except for the return of the Emeraude to Halong Bay. Since 2003, the beautiful, wood-lined paddle steamer has been taking guests for one-night cruises in a wonder-world of...
  • 'A Christmas Tale'

    'A Christmas Tale'
    Being offered in a Criterion Collection edition, this seasonal French drama matches some recent American holiday tales by incorporating more than a little edginess. Screen legend Catherine Deneuve plays the cancer-stricken matriarch of a family that...
  • Michael Sragow's 13 great haunted house movies

    Michael Sragow's 13 great haunted house movies
    From the blog Michael Sragow Gets Reel: It hasn't been a great era for haunted-house movies. The third version of "House of Wax," in 2005, was awful enough to kill off the form, at least as far as big American studios were concerned. The day my review...
  • Anti-aging tips from France

    Anti-aging tips from France
    I often see an elderly woman in my Paris neighborhood waltzing down the street to her own imagined music, flashing a slightly demented smile at everyone she passes. Anywhere else, I would cross the street to avoid her. But she always wears a matching,...
  • 52 Diets 52 Weeks: The French Women Don't Get Fat diet

     
    Welcome to the fifteenth week of 52 Diets 52 Weeks, where Laura test-drives exactly that in exactly that. And yes, I am aware that it's Wednesday and this should have posted Monday. And yes, I am aware I've been blathering......
  • Roman Polanski's photographs, drawings and other artifacts go on display in German museum

     
    "The Ghost Writer" isn't the only Roman Polanski event to open to the public in the last month. An exhibition of the controversial director's photographs, documents, scripts, props, costumes and more opened over the weekend at the Düsseldorf Film Museum....
  • Louis Vuitton ad shoots for goal with soccer greats Pele, Maradona and Zidane facing off in foosball

     
    Over here at All The Rage we're consistently in awe of Louis Vuitton's ability to land a mind-numbing assortment of stars from the global constellation of celebrity for its ad campaigns. Some of the more memorable ones featured Mikhail Gorbachev,......
  • Art review: 'They Have Not the Art to Argue With Pictures' at Cherry and Martin

     
    “They Have Not the Art to Argue With Pictures” is a fantastic group exhibition that would be even better if it had only one artist in it. At Cherry and Martin Gallery, Robert Heinecken’s altered magazines are more than enough......
  • From the Vaults: 'House of Usher' (1960)

     
    People with funeral fetishes, I have got the movie for you, and it is Roger Corman's "House of Usher." (Yes, I am beaming affectionately at you, my dear goth friends.) The first in a rash of Corman films taken from titles by Edgar Allan Poe, "Usher" is...