Marta Heflin, who was associated with director Robert Altman during a stage and film career that included starring in Altman pic “A Perfect Couple” and appearing in the helmer’s Broadway and movie…
They've been husband and wife for nearly 30 years, and now, thanks to “Assisted Living,” being given its world premiere at L.A.'s Odyssey Theater, Winnie Holzman and Paul Dooley are co-authors and…
Sensitively done and consistently touching, the most endearing show of summer pops up on ABC Family.
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Director-choreographer Adam Shankman's buoyant stage-to-screen translation of "Hairspray" may not equal the comic zest of its 1988 root source, John Waters' first and still-finest mainstream feature.
With "Cars," Pixar's enviable streak of creative triumphs comes to a skidding stop. Despite another impressive technical achievement, it's the least visually interesting of the computer-animation…
If the two main protagonists from Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" were transported to a suburban golf course in Ohio and you added two more characters just like them, they could very well be the…
Mockumentary from Spinal Tap alumnus Christopher Guest has genuine laughs, but outside the fest circuit "Waiting for Guffman" seems a candidate for cable and homevid rather than theatrical release.
Chanticleer's Discovery Program adds another well-executed TV equivalent of a one-act or short story, and if the resolution of William Wise's tale smacks of easy sentiment, it's still quality stuff…
Cream puff of a teen comedy about the miseries of a girl turning 16 turns out to be an amiable, rather goldilocked film. Tone of the film, despite some raw language, brief nudity in the shower and…
It is more than faint praise to say that Popeye is far, far better than it might have been, considering the treacherous challenge it presented. But avoiding disaster is not necessarily the same as…