Ray Loynd

  • TV

Review: 'Because Mommy Works'

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With Anne Archer's working, divorced mom caught in a custody nightmare over her 6-year-old son, "Because Mommy Works" is a fragile, delicately wired vidpic notable for its restraint rather than its…

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Review: 'The Shaggy Dog'

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The curious thing about this remake of Walt Disney's 1959 "Shaggy Dog" comedy/fantasy is the filmmakers' dumbfounding loyalty to the style and sensibility of the earliest Disney live-action movies.

  • Film

Review: 'The Shaggy Dog'

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Filmed in Santa Paula and Monrovia, Calif., by ZM Prods. and Walt Disney Television. Executive producers, George Zaloom, Les Mayfield, Scott Immergut; producer, Joe Wallenstein; director, Dennis…

  • TV

Review: 'Without Warning'

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CBS' shot-on-videotape telefilm "Without Warning" masquerades as live news bulletins that portend global annihilation. The production, employing the cachet of regular newscasters playing themselves…

  • TV

Review: 'Cries from the Heart'

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Telefilm staples Patty Duke and Melissa Gilbert have already co-starred in three TV movies and team up for a fourth, a morose "specific case history" about an autistic boy who identifies his sexual…

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