A spirited, highly amusing and endearingly shambolic documentary about film, money, Cannes and death, roughly in that order.
Maria Schneider Death
A leading Swedish newspaper editor who staunchly opposed Hitler's fascism and his own nation's neutrality during WWII is the subject of Jan Troell's "The Last Sentence."
Maria Schneider, the French actress who was Marlon Brando's young co-star in the steamy 1972 film "Last Tango in Paris," has died, her talent agency said. She was 58.
"SNL" reunion delivers precious few laughs for the sheer volume of comedy talent on offer.
KCBS is on an Emmy roll, scoring its third consecutive prize for best local half-hour news.
A finale without finality, David Chase chose to leave millions of "Sopranos" fans hanging at the end of the storied HBO series without a final gundown, arrest or escape plan. Yet with a cloud of…
Part II of the 47th annual Grammy Awards nominees.
Charlton Heston's honest effort in the role of a Nazi death camp doctor is nearly buried in overly busy and needlessly manipulative story of a tortured son who tracks down his war-criminal father in…
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