Alexander Payne's sixth feature is another low-concept, finely etched study of flawed characters stuck in life's well-worn grooves.
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Snaking through a tangle of interlocking ideas, threads and events, Carl Deal and Tia Lnever quite finds a unified focus. Nonetheless, limited theatrical is possible, with broadcast sales more…
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The docu draws on the high drama of the times it covers.
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The Weather Channel has greenlit four halfhour episodes of ''Hurricane Hunters,'' with a premiere set for July.
Singer-guitarist John Maus, whose L.A.-bred pop trio the Walker Brothers attained major chart success and induced hysteria in '60s Swinging London, died May 7 in Los Angeles.
"Walker, Texas Ranger" and the Rick Schroder vidpic "Call of the Wild" have rescued CBS, delivering it to victory in the low-rated week between the close of the traditional prime time Nielsen season…
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