Despite the cloying Hallmark Card music and Southeastern Conference-approved pom-pom waving, "The Book of Manning" — ESPN's latest addition to an impressive library of sports documentaries –- is…
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Richard Matheson, novelist and screenwriter whose high-concept stories and novels were favorites for adapting into films such as “I Am Legend,” died on Sunday at his home in Calabasas, Calif, …
Two news programs concern themselves with justice Tuesday night, and the one people are less likely to watch is clearly the more worthy and extraordinary. A PBS “Frontline” production, “Outlawed in…
Warner Bros.' adaptation of the classic novel grossed $3.25 million in Thursday latenight shows, prior to its official launch Friday.
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Founder of Kennedy Center Honors, AFI honored by Acad
Although tonally peculiar and ragged in construction, contempo Japanese drama "The Samurai That Night" has enough going for it elsewhere to compel interest.
"Sexual Chronicles of a French Family" offers diverting date-night fare for open-minded heterosexual couples and swingers, though its superiority (artistic or otherwise) to actual porn is debatable.
Ray Bradbury, the influential science-fiction writer who transcended the genre's limitations to be hailed as a literary lion for such works as "Fahrenheit 451" and "The Martian Chronicles," died…
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