Leno was wise to ignore the temptations of frontloading and started out with what he and his colleagues may consider the ideal program matrix: a promotional draw and program energizer (Billy…
Van Gordon Sauter
But in reality, Carson prevailed because he was the personification of a successful performer--he was proud of his work, his demeanor and talent were unfailingly consistent, and he brought joy and…
This intricate, well-crafted and surprisingly even-handed docudrama is honest enough to let the audience reach its own conclusions about the innocence or guilt of a young woman, a former calendar…
This film is all form and no content, with the gloss of a commercial for an overly ambitious hair spray. But the real product here is an exceedingly tawdry form of eroticism, featuring a pushover…
Director, Donna Deitch. Writer, Michele Gallery. Photography, Tobias Schliessier; editor, Harvey Rosenstock. 120 min.
Host: David Maybury-Lewis.
Hugh Fleming (Nigel Havers), a handsome, dashing lothario at Cambridge, enters the air force in 1939 as though the impending war will be a mere extension of a cricket match, only with considerably…
NEW YORK -- The adorable baby girl featured here starts off life with a quartet of acute handicaps -- four dimwitted parents. This bizarre story won't generate nominations for any "parents of the…
Supervising producer, Joyce Burditt. Director, Christian I. Nyby II. Writer , Bruce Franklin Singer. Camera, Laszlo George; editor, Tom Pryor; music, Dick DeBenedictis.
This first installment in a new adult dramatic trilogy set in Paris has some partial nudity, some kinky sex and some interesting-looking people. It has the dramatic value of a letter in the "Forum"…