Carole Horst

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Review: 'Borrowed Hearts'

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It's Roma Downey's turn to get touched by an angel in "Borrowed Hearts," a highly watchable and highly shmaltzy holiday offering from CBS. The combination of Downey, angels and a slick production…

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Review: 'Sub Down'

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Asubmarine trapped under the polar ice cap in the Bering Strait sounds like an exciting concept --- throw in a couple of scientists and a beautiful whale-watcher and there's a hook --- but "Sub Down"…

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    The Equalizer

    Daily Gross:$3.6M

    Cume to09.30.14: $40.7M

    The Equalizer

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    Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
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    The Maze Runner

    Daily Gross:$1.3M

    Cume to09.30.14: $60.2M

    The Maze Runner

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    Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
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    The Boxtrolls

    Daily Gross:$862,914

    Cume to09.30.14: $18.9M

    The Boxtrolls

    3
    Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%

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Review: 'Built to Last'

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Filmed in Los Angeles by Lightkeeper Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television. Executive producers, Marcus King, David W. Duclon; co-executive producer, Warren Hutcherson; producers, Drew…

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Review: 'Teen Angel'

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The black sheep of network TV's trend toward angel-mania, "Teen Angel's" smart-alek sensibility is refreshing, and exec producers Mike Reiss and Al Jean (alumni of the offbeat "The Simpsons" and "The…

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Review: 'Built to Last'

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An amiable family comedy about the travails of the D.C.-based Watkins clan who own a construction business --- an urban "Home Improvement" --- "Built to Last" may last on the NBC Wednesday night…

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Review: 'C-16'

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Here's a show that takes itself waaaay too seriously as it features glamorous, elite (always elite) FBI agents running through their offices, or parking lots, or abandoned buildings, or slicked-down…

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Review: 'Teen Angel'

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The black sheep of network TV's trend toward angel-mania, "Teen Angel's" smart-alek sensibility is refreshing, and exec producers Mike Reiss and Al Jean (alumni of the offbeat "The Simpsons" and "The…

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Review: 'The Weird Al Show'

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Opening credits throw almost every kind of media into a lively stew --- a fun way to begin. But then the educational plot kicks in: Al comes under the "bad influence" (which happens to be the title…

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