PBS' three-part documentary "The New Europeans" is a disappointingly disjointed and surprisingly superficial look at a continent in transition. Sloppy and largely unfocused, it contains little new…
Hard-edged attorney Maggie Zombro (Kay Lenz) gets rounded off a bit in this episode of sophomore NBC series, though she's still a long way from eligibility for the Association of Sensitive Screen…
Jean Smart shines in a stunning performance as Aileen Wuornos, the woman convicted of seven murders in Florida that stumped investigators for months before her arrest.
Claudia Weill helms a moving, rage-provoking vidpic based on the true story of Jerry Sherwood. Beverly D'Angelo is in top form as Sherwood in a script by Stephanie Liss and Judith Parker, who have…
Only slightly less stiff than the upper lip of its subject, "Elizabeth R" presents a royally controlled portrait of one of the Earth's more charming irrelevancies.
Host: Dave Forman.
Host: Alistair Cooke.
Documentary, narrated by John Forsythe, opens with actress Shelley Fabares describing her anguish over the diagnosis of her mother, Elsa Fabares, with Alzheimer's and her own struggle to come to…
Despite a sometimes plodding story, Michele Lee and real-life ex-husband James Farentino pull together a decent movie of the week from this true story of a battered wife and her attempts to free…
Ambitious attempt to trace career of Gary, Indiana's most famous singing siblings starts with 1945 meeting of Joseph Jackson and wife-to-be Katherine, and climaxes with the Jacksons' 1984 "Victory"…
Every so often a dramatic series appears with the quota of melodrama necessary to ensure ratings, yet with a level of sophistication in the acting and writing that elevates it into a class of its…