One wouldn't think that a TV show containing the words "Confirmation" and "Hard Evidence" in its title would require a question mark as well. In the case of the lurid and sometimes entertainingly…
Trim away all the extraneous, overly melodramatic and downright silly subplots from "To Serve and Protect," and you'd have a nifty two- or three-hour telepic. In this bloated four-hour miniseries…
"Murder at 75 Birch" is a network time-killer of modest aspirations and even more modest achievements. So little of interest occurs during this ostensible psychological thriller that the film is…
Another handsome, intelligent and well-burnished production from the Hallmark Hall of Fame, "Night Ride Home" is a thoughtful and sensitive examination of how a family copes with grief.
Were Norman Rockwell painting in the '90s, he'd no doubt create the sort of very nearly idealized tableaux of family life represented in "LaVyrle Spencer's Family Blessings." Based on the…
It's not exactly the Who's "Magic Bus," but Scholastic Inc.'s upcoming animated series for PBS, "The Magic School Bus," is poised to bring all manner of visual delights and scientific insights to…
It was a problem so dire, producer George Lucas was summoned from his Bay Area home to rush to England. There was a glitch involving his film's star, not atypical for a Hollywood production.
Conventional wisdom has it that of the three major European film festivals, Venice can be the most filmmaker-friendly. Directors with American films unspooling there this year agree: It fits…