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Review: 'Limboland'

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Video visionaries Lol Creme and Lexi Godfrey, known for their groundbreaking work with musicvideos in the developing days of the genre, leave no creative or technological stone unturned in…

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Review: 'Muddling Through'

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Housed between "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" and "Walker, Texas Ranger," new sitcom loaded with zingers and flippant one-liners in for six weeks (with four more ordered) will need the medico and a…

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Review: 'In a New Light '94'

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Agalaxy of performers and volunteers has been assembled to beguile, warn and educate viewers about HIV, AIDS and assorted ramifications. The wonder of it all is that it comes off as such slick…

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Review: 'A Part of the Family'

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Lifetime, which dishonored itself recently with its first miniseries ("Lie Down With Lions"), regains some respectability with "A Part of the Family." Written and directed by David Madden, the dark…

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Review: 'Models Inc.'

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Hillary Michaels (Linda Gray) heads L.A. firm Models Inc. and puts her beauties in a beach house where, she decides, "for the most part, they're happy." Aaron Spelling, not content to settle for…

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Review: 'Blind Justice'

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Profanity, violence and plenty of spaghetti Western dialogue are the hallmarks of "Blind Justice." The HBO drama is a composite that draws almost every element from other sources, most notably "A…

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Review: 'The Works III'

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KCET's third year of short works by mostly local filmmakers, videographers and experimentalists gives them three hours, which is much too long to watch a "stream of images and sounds as diverse as…

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    Primetime Emmy Awards

    Rating: 4.2

    Share: 14

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    Masterchef

    Rating: 2.0

    Share: 7

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    Hotel Hell

    Rating: 1.6

    Share: 5

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