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Review: 'American Gothic'

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If only "Twin Peaks" had never aired; if only "X-Files" wasn't on a competing network; if only Stanley Kubrick hadn't shown literate blood in "The Shining"; in short, if only there was one fresh idea…

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Review: 'The Courtyard'

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Body parts litter an upscale L.A. housing complex called Shangri-La (not to be confused with the swank Santa Monica hotel), yet, in a departure for the cable net, skin scenes between topliners Andrew…

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Review: 'Dweebs'

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The characters seem deeply troubled by their nerdiness in "Dweebs," but they aren't all that nerdy. And they should take more heart from the nifty premise that cyberspace is the true revenge of the…

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Review: 'The Single Guy'

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No big yuks but engaging dialogue, a focused premise and Jonathan Silverman's star-in-the-making presence give "The Single Guy" a jump on the competition. Coveted slot between "Friends" and…

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Review: 'Jag'

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Hotshot military lawyer Lt. Harmon Rabb Jr. (David James Elliott), does his own detective work in the employ of the Judge Advocate General's office. "JAG" borrows from recent features"Crimson Tide"…

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Review: 'Rock & Roll'

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Potent from minute one, "Rock & Roll" starts deep in the black South and keeps its heart there throughout 10 hours. (Docu even suggests the Beatles were the death of great black rock 'n' roll rather…

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Review: 'Rock & Roll'

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Potent from minute one, "Rock & Roll" starts deep in the black South and keeps its heart there throughout 10 hours. (Docu even suggests the Beatles were the death of great black rock 'n' roll rather…

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