3ten Austin City Limits Live
"...Starring: Jim Carrey, Téa Leoni, Alec Baldwin, Richard Jenkins, Jeff Garlin, Richard Burgi and Angie Harmon. When the first version of this movie appeared in 1977 it starred George Segal and Jane Fonda and meshed perfectly with its times – a little countercultural, a lot class-conscious, and a touch subversive..."
"...Directed by: Shawn Levy. Starring: Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Jane Fonda, Adam Driver, Rose Byrne, Corey Stoll, Kathryn Hahn, Connie Britton and Timothy Olyphant...."
"...As Seberg, Hurt analyzes her first film performance in Otto Preminger's Saint Joan (1957) with a dry wit, remarking, “I was no Brando.” She adopts a similar tone in appraisal of her other film roles, many of which were directed by Seberg's three husbands. Patterns in Seberg's personal relationships are deduced from her films, and much film time (perhaps too much) is spent connecting threads between two contemporaries of Seberg's, Jane Fonda and Vanessa Redgrave..."
"...Her best songs have usually transcended this because her voice hints of desperation and passion. 9 to 5 was a cartoon, a farcical take, with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as fellow working stiffs..."
"...Directed by: Robert Luketic. Starring: Jane Fonda, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Vartan, Wanda Sykes, Adam Scott, Annie Parisse and Monet Mazur..."
"...Directed by: Garry Marshall. Starring: Jane Fonda, Lindsay Lohan, Felicity Huffman, Dermot Mulroney, Cary Elwes and Garrett Hedlund..."
"...Directed by: Bill Holderman. Starring: Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen, Craig T..."
"...Starring: Robert Redford, Michelle Pfeiffer, Stockard Channing, Joe Mantegna, Kate Nelligan, Glenn Plummer and James Rebhorn. Why was it that every time I saw the trailer for Up Close and Personal, I felt that I ought to be seeing Jane Fonda's face where, instead, I was seeing Michelle Pfeiffer's? It wasn't wishful thinking, but was it reflections of the young Fonda as the China Syndrome reporter that I was seeing? Or, perhaps, memories of several earlier parings of Fonda and Redford in movies like The Chase, Barefoot in the Park, and the Electric Horseman that I was recalling? Or was it shades of the current-day Fonda as the spouse of a powerful and dashing media mogul that I saw? Well, subliminal cues are one thing, but only a viewing of the movie revealed the heart of my illusion -- the romantic goop at the movie's core..."
"...(1980, 109min/color, DCP) Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton, Dabney Coleman, and Sterling Hayden. Directed by Colin Higgins..."
"...Barbarella and Hanoi Jane. Many are the ways in which we know Jane Fonda, and lately we can add a couple more: autobiographer and comeback kid, whose first movie in 15 years, Monster-in-Law, recently opened at No..."
"..."Ulee's Gold has blasted me right out my pigeonhole and into a bluebird's nest" -- Peter Fonda Peter Fonda may have been, as he often remarks, "born famous," but that's not to say he registers very strongly on most movie fans' perceptual radar. In fact, prior to his starring role in Victor Nunez's newly released Ulee's Gold, his image has essentially been a piecemeal assemblage of Roger Corman biker-hellraiser iconography and unreliably remote memories of long-past artistic triumphs..."
"...Directed by: Roger Vadim. Starring: Jane Fonda, John Phillip Law, Anita Pallenberg, Milo O’Shea, Marcel Marceau and David Hemmings..."
"...So it's like every generation -- and this is almost a new generation, one that probably has no idea who I am, basically. I look familiar, but it's like Jane Fonda -- They think Jane Fonda is that exercise person or she's married to Ted Turner and goes to Atlanta Braves games -- but anyway, there's so much wonder, there's so much of a kind of magical synergy that happens in the audience when it's done well and the audience is really there for it..."
"...D: Roger Vadim; with Jane Fonda, John Philip Law, Anita Pallenberg. (R, widescreen, new print)..."
"...Directed by: Paolo Sorrentino. Starring: Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, Paul Dano, Jane Fonda and Alex Macqueen...."
"...It's Peter Fonda's birthday, and he's alone in his cabin in Montana, stuck under 4 feet of snow and suffering a slight case of cabin fever. His wife is in Florida, his kids away on various projects..."
"...Peter Fonda despises authority. This much we already know, not only because of Easy Rider, but from nearly everything that's ever been made public about this famous Hollywood son..."
"...Strangelove pretty much ended any remaining inclinations Southern had toward "quality lit," and the rest of his career was devoted to writing for the screen. His movie credits include the script for Tony Richardson's film of Evelyn Waugh's The Loved One, adaptations of John Fowles' novel The Collector and John Barth's The End of the Road, and original scripts for The Cincinnati Kid (Sam Peckinpah was replaced by Norman Jewison as director) and for the Jane Fonda Sixties cult-favorite Barbarella..."
"...D: James Bridges; with Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon, Michael Douglas...."
"...Hopkin had first seen Roger Vadim's 1968 film when she was in college and loved "how silly it was, as well as weird and sexy." How could it not be with a mad scientist (named Durand Durand), a blind but very buff angel, flesh-eating dolls, a man bong, death by parakeets, and Jane Fonda as the titular rocket jockey doing a zero-gravity striptease, having sex with nearly everyone who does her a favor, and defeating a pleasure machine designed to orgasm her to death. The star's star turn is what Hopkin finds especially appealing..."