Nowhere to Hide" is a good suspense yarn with an engagingly brooding, unified look and mood. But some of the plot's twists and turns are a bit too bizarre and insufficiently set up to be believed.
Launched as a Saturday morning series five years ago, "Saved by the Bell" continues with a primetime movie sequel that plays, for the most part, as if it still belongs on Saturday ayem.
The lulling, syrupy opening, depicting heavenly small-town family life, deceptively builds into a worthy telepic of a wife's search for "a life out there," inspired by star Reba McEntire's title song…
Snappily directed by Fred Walton, murder mystery by David Amann goes down plenty of confusing lanes to reach its eerie destination, but the atmosphere and suspense make it a riveting meller. A…
El Gato Montes" is a pleasant surprise all around: the work, the glowing performance and its flawless TV translation.
Marlee Matlin broadens her repertoire with a showy portrayal of a woman who's not deaf in a TV movie based on a precedent-setting legal case; Melissa Gilbert stays within her established range as the…
It's inspired by a true story, or so it advises before the title, but writer Carol Monpere gives "Someone She Knows" an old-fashioned melodramatic turn or two to build the work into a suspenser…
First program ina new National Geographic docu series, Phil Agland's essay on the changes in a small town in southwest China's Yunnan Province, plays with the dramatic urgency of fiction and the…
The young teenage son of a scientist trying to establish human communications with whales finds himself faced with an enormous humpback whale who has a young teenage girl for a buddy. The 13-part…
Following two earlier vidpix starring Brian Dennehy and spun off from actual South Chicago police files and the exploits of tough-as-nails detective Jack Reed, "Search for Justice" marks actor/writer…
Narrator: Anthony Hopkins.