Lifetime's "Call Me Crazy" may consist of five short films, but it's anything but short when it comes to the long list of well-known thesps involved, many of whom showed up for the April 16 preem in…
The TV movie remains in relative decline, which makes a weekend in which two high-profile versions with big-name stars and overt messages playing directly opposite each other especially noteworthy…
Although they talk enough to qualify for radio, John Shea and Lea Thompson make the high-wire act of "The Trouble With the Truth" a convincing, moving and provocative two-hander.
An inherently marketable premise, ABC Family's "Switched at Birth" becomes the formula for a surprisingly compelling drama.
Pic is distinguished throughout by the sharp contributions of a high-caliber cast and crew.
A lovestruck townie tries to steal a girl away from a traveling fair.
The Hallmark Channel has given the go-ahead to "Dear Prudence," a two-hour backdoor pilot starring Jane Seymour as the host of a TV show who has a sideline: helping people solve mysteries.
Rather the opposite of "Jurassic Park,""Dennis the Menace" isn't really appropriate for anyone over the age of 12. Very young children may find the numskull, by-the-numbers gags here amusing, but…
With didactic intent behind a rabble-rousing story, filmmakers admirably draw attention to the scandalous condition of health care at the nation's Veterans' Administration hospitals while aiming for…