As part of an effort to honor Emmy-nominated shows made locally in the Los Angeles area, the Made in Hollywood Awards presented 15 kudos Thursday to such programs as "Mad Men" and "The Big Bang…
July 8 1968: Angie Dickinson forewarned director Burt Kennedy before the start of "Who Rides With Kane": "I'm very uncomfortable doing a nude scene or -- riding a horse."
"Pay It Forward" is an inspirational, issue-driven drama centered on three emotionally battered people who challenge their personal limitations --and in the process develop the possibility of…
American counterculture and early '70s values come flooding back like a peyote-induced dream in Gus Van Sant's "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," a far-out, meandering fantasy set on a ranch run by…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
The plotline is flimsy at best, opening circa 1932 with Angie Dickinson posturing as a hard-bitten mother, rum runner, bank robber, jewel thief, kidnapper and queen bee in the sack. Both producer…
So-called mercy killing is the subject of The Bramble Bush, but the principals have such a brisk sex life that the subject rather gets lost in the bedclothes.
One of filmdom's favorite stamping grounds, the Belgian Congo, is the setting for some familiar bwana monkeyshines in The Sins of Rachel Cade. Although it is an earnest and workmanlike effort…