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Sharks are navigating their way back to Discovery. Canada's Exploration Production is readying "Shark Family," a one-hour high-def pilot about a family whose life work is studying the fearsome…
Based on the almost impossible-to-believe true story of South Philadelphia barkeep Vince Papale's bid to make the roster of his beloved Philadelphia Eagles, "Invincible" has victory on its mind -…
Angela Bassett brings out complex layers of humanity in CBS' "The Rosa Parks Story," a tasteful and stylish biopic as much about love and inspiration as it about the birth of the Civil Rights…
"Being John Malkovich" is a metaphysical comic love story about the desire to be someone else and the urge to control another person's thoughts and actions. This maze-like journey, by first-time…
"Dancing at Lughnasa" reps a conventionally elegiac screen adaptation of Brian Friel's outstanding play about the turning point in the lives of five Irish sisters.
The "Home Alone" kid as an amoral, psychotic killer? What next, Barney leveling Tokyo? The bizarre prospect of Macaulay Culkin as a latter-day "bad seed" should prompt enough curiosity to generate…
The old saying 'you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear' rings true for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's artistic western Ride the High Country. It remains a standard story, albeit with an interesting…
Fugitive from the law takes refuge in Casablanca's native quarter to head a huge theft ring, only to kill himself because he cannot leave with the white woman with whom he is in love. Role is Jean…
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