There's nothing remotely original about "freshmen," but this somewhat formulaic comedy-drama about four college newbies has a lot of charm and sincerity going for it.
Talk about biting the hand that feeds you: "Best Actress," E! Entertainment's first foray into original telepic production is a nasty poison-pen letter to the same showbiz types the cabler fawns over…
Andrea Marcovicci was at her most professorial, and most enchanting, in her contribution to the Kurt Weill centenary, an evening of song called "Kurt Weill in America" presented by the New York…
Watching the sentimental telepic "The Color of Love: Jacey's Story," feels a lot like visiting your grandma and eating her homemade pie. The experience is terribly predictable, but you go through…
Political relevance is not enough to overcome the myriad problems that undermine Dee Jae Cox's latest endeavor, "Letters Home," the story of a military witch-hunt against lesbians.
With their blaring guitars and drug- and sex-suffused songs, Third Eye Blind suggests a certain knowingness and maturity, but the tour that arrived at the Wiltern for two shows -- complete with a…
A pleasant confection from the creator of "Pump Boys and Dinettes," "The People vs. Mona" is as insubstantial as it is charming.
Help is what "Taller Than a Dwarf" needs, and lots of it. On its pre-Broadway opening night in Boston, following a week of previews, this farcical new situation comedy by Elaine May was still in an…
A juvenile spoof on "Baywatch," this lifeguard-themed comedy series is an innuendo machine intent on exploiting every racial and ethnic stereotype possible.
In an exhibition of intensity that's rarely seen in performances on the sitar, Shujaat Husain Khan gave a masterful display of exactly how personal the connection can be between man, instrument and…
The hair-raising career of deposed Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega surpassed even the surreal creations of many Latin American novelists, making him a natural movie subject -- a fact fully…
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