CBS, THURS., AUG. 29, 8 P.M.
If it didn't lapse midway into monotony, "Seven Servants" might have made its mark as a camp classic of high-art folly. This twaddle about an oldster drawing on youth and vitality by having an…
Sweetly sentimental and anachronistically whimsical, "Bogus" is a modern metaphor oddly out of step with contemporary taste. The tale about an inward child who invents a secret friend strives to make…
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Humorous, poetic, foul-mouthed and provocative, "Nerolio" perfectly mirrors the diverse faces of its subject, Pier Paolo Pasolini, writer, filmmaker and unashamed homosexual. Built as a series of…
TBS, SUN. AUG. 25, 9 P.M.
Claire Denis comes up with her emotionally richest pic to date in "Nenette and Boni," a multilayered look at unformed teen emotions and the mysterious, almost invisible ties that bind siblings…
Using a 1995 Liberation Day concert with a lineup of some of Italy's top alternative bands as their starting point, filmmakers Guido Chiesa and Davide Ferrario take in 50 years of anti-fascism in…
A lighthearted spoof about adultery in the suburbs and corpses that refuse to stay buried in the garden, "Love Kills" looks like it should have broad appeal for local Spanish and Portuguese auds…
For mainstream sci-fi and horror devotees, the half-human
"The Spitfire Grill," a Castle Rock pickup from Columbia Pictures that is being released today by Sony Pictures Entertainment, was reviewed by Daily Variety from the Sundance Film Festival on Feb. 4…
TX:Presented by Nederlander. reviewed Aug. 20, 1996; closes Aug. 24. After many solo treks across the country, Sting has found a comfort factor in his live show that allows him to have fun while…