Marlo Thomas' star turn as a grief-stricken mother directed unflinchingly by Lee Grant goes on far too long. What's intended to be a tender, ghost-tinged vision becomes pretty tough to swallow.
Hallmark Hall of Fame" recoups its quality tradition with a race-through adaptation of Thomas Hardy's never-before-filmed 1878 novel "The Return of the Native." Compressed, stripped and charged with…
Why is it that on television, bad things always happen to Southern women?
Asupposed suspenser, "Breach of Conduct," under Tim Matheson's uncertain direction, eyes a military wife who won't buckle under to a tyrannical camp commandant. Pulp telepic's numbing.
This sure-footed TNT original has class to spare. Although more spice would be nice, "Jacob" delivers the biblical goods in a modestly compelling package.
CBS' Saturday-night heavy hitter splits into a two-parter as it looks at breast cancer and at a girl's embarrassment in pioneer days. Some horseplay about one of the townsmen being kidnapped in drag…
Will Rogers is "rediscovered" in a docu that trumpets the folk hero, expert horse rider and rope twirler, vaudeville performer, writer/columnist, radio broadcaster, film star and globetrotter. The…
Purporting to document pop icon Madonna's rise with an intimate look at her early, lean years, this telefilm offers little worth watching, despite some strong acting. From a historical perspective…
CBS won't have the reunion luck with its bionic couple, Steve Austin (Lee Majors) and Jamie Sommers (Lindsay Wagner), that it did with the recent, spirited "Cagney and Lacey" get-together. Starting…
One of the more sharply written sitcoms of the past five years, "Blossom" hits a surface bump celebrating its 100th stanza with Brenda Hampton's script. The bubbly brew's gone flat.
Director Lee Grant and topliner Ann-Margret succeed in turning an unabashed, lightweight women's sudser into an affable dramatic comedy about a repressed widow who rediscovers life on a raucous bus…