NBC precedes this ridiculous sweeps-ploitation thriller with a disclaimer that declares, in part, "This program does not suggest or imply that any of these events could actually occur." So take it…
In the realm of sequels, "Toy Story 2" is to "Toy Story" what "The Empire Strikes Back" was to its predecessor, a richer, more satisfying film in every respect.
Many have tried, but no telepic since 1984's "The Burning Bed" has been able to detail the horrors of domestic violence with brutal honesty. CBS' "Black and Blue" puts an end to that drought, boldly…
"The Hungry Bachelors Club" is a low-cal affair in which none of the ingredients are properly measured and the final dish is nothing to give thanks for. Self-styled romantic comedy offers few if any…
Tellingly set in a cluttered attic, Arthur Miller's "The Price" is an intriguing curio shop of a play, in which not picture frames and porcelain figurines but resonant questions about ethics and…
In many ways, there are two battles going on in August Wilson's play "The Piano Lesson." The first is the one between siblings Boy Willie and Berniece over the fate of the piano, a cherished family…
It would seem that every band that ever filled a venue in the 1980s has made, or will eventually make, a reappearance. Saturday night was the Knitters' turn.
Ricky Martin, just about the hottest pop thing going these days, started his sold-out Staples Center show with his huge party hit "Livin' La Vida Loca," a kick-off move that may sound like a bold…
In a world that has become narrow-casted and micro-managed, Mercury recording artists the Mavericks are an anomaly. Charting early in their career on the country charts, the Mavericks have since…
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