This rendition of George Balanchine's perennial Christmastime ballet attraction proves attractive but unexciting as a screen offering. Basically a representation of the stage production with little…
The Magic Carpet alighted in Paris and France fell in love with "Aladdin." The critics cried "Oui!" and the public lined up. Opening five days pulled $ 340 ,000 (its first run at Paris' 2,750-seat…
If a Tony were awarded for ambition, tenacity and conviction, no one would deny playwright Robert Schenkkan, director Warner Shook and producer David Richenthal a prime shot at the honor. When…
A loopy idea diffused by a loose script and even looser direction, "Genghis Cohn" shouldattract some offshore attention from the sheer outrageousness of its premise and the roster of name players…
Matthew Weaver and Tony Lord, producers of "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids," have exited the hard-scrabble indie world and inked a first-look pact with Davis Entertainment.
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"Fanfan" is a forced and unconvincing romantic comedy that has done well at Gallic wickets thanks to the drawing power of Sophie Marceau coupled with first-time helmer Alexandre Jardin's popularity…
It was neat and petite but a tad shy of a smasheroo as Paramount's "Addams Family Values" got the jump on Thanksgiving with an estimated $ 14.5 million debut to lead the weekend box office. That left…
Larger-than-life eight-hour 1989 miniseries oater didn't really demand a sequel, but showbiz economics did. Hence, just in time for fall sweeps comes "Return to Lonesome Dove." Show, spread over…
Kitty Chen's "Eating Chicken Feet" is a slight comedy -- sometimes slightly a comedy -- that's no less amiable for its lack of substance.