Demonstrating both what's best and most disappointing about George Lucas' meticulously crafted series, this leisurely paced two-hour return squanders the promotional value of a brief cameo by…
Here's a new one for TV movies: husband-battering. The macho man who gets beat up by his wife and won't talk about it because, as the title of this perversely compelling CBS pic says, "Men Don't…
Strong performer Susan Dey sets the pace for the story of a drug-taking single woman who becomes pregnant and is determined to keep the baby. If the vidpic plays too much like a programmed tract with…
NEW YORK -- Of interest mainly to tradesters, "Joey Breaker" is an inside look at a New York movie talent agent. Lack of visual pizazz plus miscasting severely limit indie pic's breakout potential.
Two latest episodes in Chanticleer Films' "Discovery Program" series of short films shown on Showtime includes a look at Holocaust atrocities through fresh, young eyes and dramatization of true story…
New ABCop midseason series, focusing on three Pittsburgh policewomen just out of the academy, goes for an old-fashioned look, as though "Cops" never existed. Teamed up with more experienced…
At one time or another everyone pauses to ask, "How'd they do that?" The question provides the basis of this new series, which examines the processes in creating phenomena that the public often takes…
The decline of Western Civilization is reaffirmed with MTV's newest animated offering, "Beavis and Butt-head."
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Even casual students of George Lucas aren't likely to learn a great deal from this "American Masters" profile, but as an entertaining, fast-moving overview of Lucas' landmark career, "Heroes, Myths…