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Animals are our furry, cuddly companions, unflaggingly loyal and pure of spirit except for when they want to eat us, that is...Continued Below Recently we looked at the best live-action animal movies, such as "Babe" and "The Black Stallion."...With "
Alberta One of the first stories I heard when I got to Lake Louise and Banff, Canada, was about a flat-lander tourist who bought a can of bear spray. It's an aerosol product that allegedly works like mace or pepper spray when you hike your way in
No 91 Werner Herzog This Lieutenant has a sweet, obliging sexpot girlfriend, enough to remind us that in his career, Herzog has not offered one interesting female character Cinema's grizzly bear ... Werner Herzog with his medal of the French Legion d'
Over on Roger Ebert's blog, there's news of a new Herzog project that might represent his most important venture into factual film-making yet. Herzog has apparently been given permission to film inside the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc cave, a site in the Ardè
He’s made more than 50 films until today, and he’s as masterful in fictional features as he is with documentaries. It was his last doc, Encounters at the End of the World (2007), that garnered him his first—and long-delayed—Oscar nomination. Roger
Take a trip There are many choices for grizzly-watching trips on the Alaskan Peninsula. Some of the most highly recommended ones include: ■ From a comfortable lodge: www.alaskahomesteadlodge.com Photo Gallery Don Tudor's Alaskan grizzlies trip
And the cocaine, marijuana and powerful painkillers (admittedly prescription, just not for him) he can score from drug dealers or intimidated club kids or customers of his prostitute-girlfriend, played by Eva Mendes, or directly from the police
a prodigious and often baffling output unlike anything else in cinema history -- he's the most irrepressibly optimistic man in show business. At one point in our recent phone conversation, he took a break from listing all his innovations and brewing
Werner Herzog has been tapped to head the Berlin Film Festival jury. Describing the helmer as �one of the most important filmmakers of auteur cinema� and �one of the most significant personalities of New German Cinema,� the festival said Herzog had �
German director Werner Herzog says it's a mistake he'll have to live with. He never wanted to call his upcoming film "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans," but says he was forced to by producers who had their eye on building a franchise based on