Brian Lowry

Review: 'I Hate My 30s'

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With VH1 having carved out a lucrative niche chronicling the nonscripted (if heavily staged) antics of the once-famous and notorious, it's not much of a surprise that its foray into comedy would be…

Marketplace

  • Film

Review: 'Damages'

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Television loves the inherent drama of trials but chafes against the complexities of the law, which is why the intriguing "Damages" -- an FX drama starring Glenn Close -- both warrants a second look…

  • TV

Review: 'Chelsea Lately'

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In theory, a snarky, nightly half-hour devoted to entertainment culture makes considerable sense for E!, but in "Chelsea Lately," the network has gotten the idea right and the talent wrong. A poor…

Dave Brown
  • TV

Review: 'The Kill Point'

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The two-hour premiere of "The Kill Point" exhibits considerable promise -- a taut if invariably familiar standoff, with John Leguizamo clearly savoring his big "Attica!" moments and Donnie Wahlberg…

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