CNN’s debate program “Crossfire” premiered to modest overall numbers Monday evening, though it was an improvement relative to the time period for the cabler. According to Nielsen, the half-hour…
In the small-victory department, the premiere of “Crossfire” didn’t produce the kind of cross-talk squabbling apt to give “The Daily Show” fodder to tee off on the CNN revival — yet, anyway. Still…
CNN's revived "Crossfire" program will still feature a host "from the right" and another "from the left," but by the end of the show's 30 minutes, the debaters will have to find some way to meet in…
"Crossfire" won't return to CNN for at least several weeks. But that hasn’t kept the Time Warner news cabler from staging 'right-vs.-left' debates featuring the show's hosts in regularly scheduled…
This generally uninspired mashup of "Ghostbusters" and "Men in Black" benefits from a hilariously free-associative performance by Jeff Bridges.
CNN firmed up its plans to revive “Crossfire,” the right-vs.-left debate program the Time Warner cabler canceled in 2005 amid concerns the verbal jousting on the show was getting more notice than the…
The prospect of consumers getting the ability to choose which cable channels they want has proven to be a remarkably resilient fantasy.
President Obama was in New York recently to speak to members of the U.N. General Assembly. Along the way, however, the prez found time to appear on ABC's "The View," with wife Michelle -- a decision…
Pic tortures the viewer with disgusting setpieces that bring the pain as close to one's eyeballs as current technology will allow.
There's not much to "Summer of the Monkeys." The family film set at the turn-of-the-century is dripping with old-fashioned values and warmth in the tradition of "The Waltons" and "Little House on the…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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