He's back, stumbling around, scratching his head, forgetting this or that, and all the while he's cornering his suspect, nickel-and-diming them to the point of confession. ABC's resurrection of…
In a move toward the unknown world of interactive and virtual-reality entertainment, New Line Cinema has signed a first-look deal with Virtual World Entertainment.
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin's fascination with death knows no temporal bounds. It reached back from the grave in "Ghost" and struck out into the future in "Jacob's Ladder." "My Life" is his most cozy…
"Carlito's Way" is a lively saga of the rise and fall of a Puerto Rican criminal, rich with irony and keen in its attention to detail. Handsomely made, expertly directed and colorfully acted, it…
Disney's "Aladdin" was the big winner at the 21st annual Annie Awards, the Intl. Animated Film Society's award ceremony honoring excellence in animation.
Rhode Island playwright and screenwriter Tom Griffin's wildly popular play "The Boys Next Door" received more productions in this country in 1989 than any other play and has been seen worldwide…
The International Documentary Assn. presented its ninth annual awards Friday to five nonfiction features: "Intimate Stranger,""Silverlake Life: The View From Here,""Something Within Me,""The Life and…
Reviewed at Festival of Festivals, Toronto, Sept. 17,1993. Running time: 80 MIN.
"Cap Tourmente" is a tepid psychosexual drama that's unlikely to earn either critical interest or arthouse coin once it completes a go-round on the fest circuit.
“L.A. Law” will be honored in New York today by the Museum of Television & Radio, and 23 episodes of the NBC-Twentieth TV series will be donated to the museum collection. * * * A screening of Warner…
Zelda" is hollow, superficial and unsatisfying and does justice neither to the troubled F. Scott Fitzgerald nor his doomed spouse.