Creating a toothy vehicle for James Spader, few series can boast such a compelling central figure, even if his cryptic comments and opaque motives risk giving way to a rather familiar procedural.
Single Black Female
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"I'll Eat You Last," the Broadway play toplined by Bette Midler, has become one of the first of the spring's shows to make it into the black, according to producers, with the show recouping its $2.4…
Cementing himself as the great classicist of his generation, James Gray turns back the clock to 1921 for a romantic tale that cuts to the very soul of the American experience.
Anne Heche's TV roles have hewn toward the whimsical, and "Save Me" – a half-hour premiering with back-to-back episodes on NBC – is no exception. Echoing the movie "Hello Again" (which makes sense…
As with all such carte-blanche extravaganzas (increasingly rare in this cautious Hollywood age), it exudes an undeniable fascination — at least for a while.
A ludicrous marital drama-cum-morality play from contemporary black cinema's most prolific multihyphenate.
Unimaginable to most non-residents, the paranoia that is part of living in South Africa is realized with subtle specificity in "Layla Fourie," the third feature from Johannesburg-born helmer Pia…
A mesmerizing psychological thriller with a bruised and battered killer whale at its center.
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