From the very first scene -- in which knights on horseback raid a modern New York museum, pursued by a female protagonist wearing high heels and a cocktail dress -- this two-part NBC movie is a mess…
A first-rate cast can't overcome a strained, self-conscious premise in "Loving Leah," which represents the Hallmark Hall of Fame's attempt to do what amounts to a romantic comedy about a young doctor…
The grandeur of Tuesday's ceremony -- the huge, buoyant, seemingly well-behaved crowd -- perfectly conveyed what MSNBC's Keith Olbermann described as a "cold, hopeful morning."Click here to read…
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An historic moment, told in secular songs that spoke of belief in mankind and perseverance and in stories of bold moves by strong leaders, served as Barack Obama's first public celebration in…
Tim Roth is such an interesting actor that the prospect of him coming to TV should be cause for celebration -- if, that is, Fox had seen fit to craft a vehicle worthy of his talents.
It's tempting to talk at length about the two-hour premiere of "Lost," except that most people wouldn't understand it, and the ones who did would want to kill me for giving too much away.
Sigourney Weaver's TV movie debut proves worth the wait, as Lifetime's fact-based "Prayers for Bobby" revisits ground similar to that broken nearly 25 years ago by the AIDS-themed "An Early Frost"…
For those understandably enamored of the 1939 Laurence Olivier-Merle Oberon version, this "Masterpiece Classic" retelling of "Wuthering Heights" does offer a few modern compensations, starting with…
Sensing the decision could very easily be taken out of their hands, the folks at "Friday Night Lights" wrapped up season three on DirecTV's 101 Network cleanly with clear eyes and full hearts.
In her second feature, director Celina Murga applies her sensitive, nonjudgmental eye to kids playing "Home Alone" in a gated suburban community in "A Week Alone."
Younger-skewing than most HBO fare, "Flight of the Conchords" remains a rare bird -- a musical-comedy that fluctuates between being wildly clever and merely odd.