August 17, 2007
87 Maureen O'Hara Actress 64 Robert De Niro Actor 49 Belinda Carlisle Singer 47 Sean Penn Actor 38 Donnie Wahlberg Actor/singer
December 14, 2003
On December 11, 2003, ALICE HAAS; (nee Stolar); beloved wife of the late Leo Haas; beloved mother of Robert Haas of Silver Spring, MD, and Susan Wahlberg of Columbia, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Melvyn Wahlberg; loving grandmother of Jennifer and Christopher Byrne, Daniel and Jodi Wahlberg, loving great-grandmother of Hannah Brooke Wahlberg. Services were held at SOL LEVINSON & BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt Wilson Lane, on Friday, December 12 at 1 P.M. Interment Chevra Ahavas Chesed Cemetery, Randallstown.
October 22, 2003
On Tuesday, October 21, 2003, NORTON DAHNE, beloved husband of Marcia E. Dahne (nee Eisner); loving father of Ellen D. Levin of Virginia and Dr. Edward G. Dahne of Randallstown, MD; dear father-in-law of Dr. Arnold Levin and Dr. Marlene Dahne; adored brother of Marvin Dahne and the late Ralph Dahne, Dorothy Alperstein, Bertha Fink, Sylvia J. Cardin and Naomi Fruman; loving grandfather of Jodi L. and Dan Wahlberg, Dr. Joshua and Rebecca Levin, Robyn Levin,...
September 7, 2001
Rock Star is an inept moral fable about glad rags and sad riches. Set in the mid-'80s, it centers on a Pittsburgh heavy metal fan (Mark Wahlberg) who catapults to black-leather Olympus as the lead singer for Steel Dragon, the group imitated by his cover band. Wahlberg's character loves the bellowing music of Steel Dragon; his bandmates play along simply to expand their audience. When the cover band boots him because of his perfectionism, his girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston), the band's manager, says that all the talent has left the room.
October 12, 2007
Writer-director James Gray sets We Own the Night in 1988. The title comes from the late-'80s motto of the NYPD's street- crimes unit, and a key location is a garish dance club where coke flows like Coke. But at heart, Gray wants to make the best American movie of 1958. This hoary melodrama about father and son New York City policemen (Robert Duvall and Mark Wahlberg) and the black-sheep, club-manager brother (Joaquin Phoenix) who helps them defeat the Russian mob is a throwback to the time when New York-based directors, bred on live TV, weren't shy or all that skillful about mixing moral earnestness with urban grit and method-acting anguish.
April 12, 1996
"Fear" is efficient but limited. It's fundamentally an expression of every baby-boomer father's worst nightmare: His perfect princess of a teen-age daughter is swept up by a dark, beautiful and sexy stranger, and the father has to determine if there's real danger here or if only secret Freudian jealousies and fears of replacement are being twitted.Of course in the world of crass thrillers, there has to be real danger so the more interesting of the two possibilities is soon abandoned. Mark Wahlberg plays a buff Seattle club cruiser who picks up bad girl wannabe Reese Witherspoon and comes on as Mr. Perfect to her father, wealthy architect William Petersen.