Sure, Tim Burton's reigning muse might be Helena Bonham Carter, but what about the director's less-lauded heroines? Prepare for the Tim Burton exhibition opening up at the LACMA this weekend (May 29-Oct. 31) by reacquainting yourself with these great Burton female leads of the past.
A salute to two main mensches of postwar American comedy
Plus, Harold Pinter, R.I.P.
What to do in L.A., January 2-8
ARTS FREEZE FOR THE HOLIDAYS In a cost-cutting measure, the Los Angeles Unified School District has frozen district funds until the state legislature returns to Sacramento in January to sort out the State budget gridlock. Arts for L.A. has been quick to point out that the freeze includes existin ... More >>
What to do in L.A., December 19-25
One critic takes a second glance at his first impression
Also Mustang Sally, Glengarry Glen Ross and more
The girls go wild west at Bergamot
What to do in L.A. this week
Breakfast with Terry Zwigoff and Daniel Clowes
Reviews of Barnum, Stone Heart and A Woman of No Importance
For the week of February 24 - March 2
Mel Brooks drags his indestructible classic back to the screen
And bring on the Oompa-Loompas!
Now that Kerry’s coronation is over, swing states look for something real
Angie Schworer’s smart take on a dumb blond
How to fail in show business by really trying
A thin gray line regroups