A tricky plot about a she-devil coming into the lives of a married couple--sound familiar?--kicks off strongly (with a good, scary look at a man and woman scaling a high cliff) and holds up well…
Writer Frederic Hunter worries at a two-hour exercise warranting at best a half-hour and, proving that point, attractive pro performers Jaclyn Smith and Christopher Reeve labor under Lou Antonio's…
Tyne Daly's appearance as the soused, over-sexed wife of a bullying, towering sports magnate gives the formulaic "Columbo" a helpful lift. With Peter Falk's Lt. Columbo less eccentric than usual and…
An ambitious vidbio pegged at $ 10 million stretches from 1917 to 1973, but the attempt to understand the Georgian despot through Paul Monash's teleplay fails. Played valiantly by Robert Duvall…
Narrator: William Martin.
Narrator: Richard Kiley.
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.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions