Once the initial shock of a marriage between jazz and syndicated television wears off, we're left with a pleasant document of a star-studded evening of musicmaking.
Those who have always suspected that teenagers are really just wild animals in disguise are proven right in this new live-actioner based on K.A. Applegate's book series of the same name about a…
Al Giddings, the undersea photography guru who helped breathe watery death into James Cameron's "Titanic" and "The Deep" among other films, again showcases his flair with rusted-out hulls in this…
As animated heroines go, Eliza Thornberry ain't much: gravity-defying pigtails, braces, poor communication skills with humans. But the new Nickelodeon cartoon series, "The Wild Thornberrys," is…
The embarrassing "Cousin Skeeter" answers the intriguing question: What would the 1980s NBC comedy "ALF" have been like if its puppet were a jive-talker with a 'tude?
The subject of adoption has fueled a spate of television movies, theatrical features and stage productions. "The Baby Dance," a theater piece adapted for cable TV, mostly suffers from treading…
The '70s were never really like the kooky, stereotype-rich satire of the decade that passes for pointed entertainment in "That '70s Show," and thank God for that.
Kario Salem's "The Rat Pack" script suggests that the nonstop bachelor party of Sinatra, Martin and Davis wasn't fun and games at all: A darker side permeated three of America's most popular…
"Maggie" is a lively but ultimately superficial new comedy about a woman on the verge of a midlife crisis as she hits 40 and the men in her life who are only too happy to make it worse.
All the ingredients are there for "Any Day Now" to be a poignant drama. It's almost tailor-made to open up the tear ducts. And perhaps that's the problem. It wants so badly to be seen as an…
That rumble you just heard came from Edward R. Murrow's grave as he turned over. The CBS News pioneer has to be disgusted to learn that his once-proud organization is stooping to produce something so…