Announcer: John Harlan.
Hokey story, about a man whose psychic powers warn him of dangers in the big town, attempts to put some oomph into the goings-on by making his girl the about-to-be target of a repetitive killer, but…
Host: G. Gordon Liddy.
Stunning performances by Anne Bancroft and Hector Elizondo demonstrate the art of thesping for those who've thought it's disappeared into memory and hearsay. Playing adversative-complementary roles…
NEW YORK--If it comes to a choice between channel hopping and "The Rosey and Buddy Show," put the old thumb on the remote and hang on. There's likely to be something better on the horizon.
The show's one innovation lies in having filmmakers (Rob Reiner, Jerry Bruckheimer) in the audience equipped with phones so they can call Lovitz onstage and offer him feature work, though the gag got…
Narrator: Peter Scott.
The prospect of watching the tables turned on inveterate practical jokers, seeing them hoisted on their own petards, so to speak, has a certain appeal to a sense of mischievous justice in most of us…
This intricate, well-crafted and surprisingly even-handed docudrama is honest enough to let the audience reach its own conclusions about the innocence or guilt of a young woman, a former calendar…
Another slant on reality-based TV looks at the aftermath of courtroom procedures when the verdict may have been wrong. Listing several cases, fingering two in particular, one-shot "Trial and Error"…
This film is all form and no content, with the gloss of a commercial for an overly ambitious hair spray. But the real product here is an exceedingly tawdry form of eroticism, featuring a pushover…