Contemporary family Western is soft as mush but salvaged by irresistible 8 -year-old twin moppets Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
Filmed in Calgary, Alberta, by Dualstar Prods. and Green/Epstein Prods., in association with Kicking Horse Prods. and Warner Bros. Television. Executive producers, Jim Green, Allen Epstein; producer…
Starring Veronica Hamel as a determined, take-no-prisoners doctor who makes a shocking discovery, and Pam Dawber as a weird mom, "A Child's Cry for Help" never quite regroups from a slow first hour.
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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.
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…
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…
Filmed in animation and live action by Point Blank Prods. Producer, Joni Levin. Director, Vincent Paterson; writer, Keith R. Clarke; The whimsical achievement of this animated/live-action chronicle…
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…
Launched as a Saturday morning series five years ago, "Saved by the Bell" continues with a primetime movie sequel that plays, for the most part, as if it still belongs on Saturday ayem.
The lulling, syrupy opening, depicting heavenly small-town family life, deceptively builds into a worthy telepic of a wife's search for "a life out there," inspired by star Reba McEntire's title song…
This teen murder story, based on a real-life, mid-'80s incident in Orinda, and adapted from a Rolling Stone article, is grippingly told, rippling with social undercurrents.