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The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinel“American Idol” enters a new phase Tuesday night. The Fox singing contest goes live at 8, which will be a test for the 10 female hopefuls. (The 10 men perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday). But the bigger test may be for the judges: How will Keith...
Channel Guide MagazineOn Saturday, Oct. 6, Lifetime will present the world premiere of Abducted: The Carlina White Story. The original film, starring Keke Palmer (True Jackson, VP), Aunjanue Ellis (The Help), Sherri Shepherd (The View) and Roger Cross (24) tells the stunning...
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Staff writerAs the season winds down, so do favorite series. And other programs say goodbye for good. So if you're a fan of "Body of Proof," you'll want to catch all the remaining episodes, including the one at 10 on ABC. The Dana Delany series will not be back...
Zap2ItSurely one of 2011's movie "sleepers," given the box-office endurance it displayed from late summer into early fall, this engrossing adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's best seller finds a would-be author (Emma Stone) interviewing Southern housekeepers about...
Zap2It.comPublished in 1998, Richard Price's lengthy novel "Freedomland" proved a cinematic riddle for its author. Price spent years trying to mold the book into a workable screenplay, with Joe Roth's new drama, starring Julianne Moore and Samuel Jackson, finally...
Times Staff WriterIn the heartfelt and imaginative "Brother to Brother," writer-director Rodney Evans has found an effective way to convey the plight of a gifted but embittered young African American painter (Anthony Mackie) within an evocation of some key figures and...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 10, 2000 In 1948, Harry Truman ended segregation in the armed forces, but it did not fade away overnight any more than it did in other American institutions. What Jackie Robinson endured in breaking the color line in baseball and...
NewsdayThe Brooklyn Museum might want to consider pulling some of the space it is taking up with "Star Wars" gear and reallocating it to a mustard-colored Cadillac Coupe de Ville that spins like a woozy top when you hit the brakes. If you want to see the real...
Courant film CriticIt has been suggested that summer has already begun at the cineplexes, with the huge opening for ``The Scorpion King." Whether The Rock has legs as well as arms will be seen. But well before Memorial Day, the traditional start of summer, the long season...
Los Angeles TimesFrom the moment director Taylor Hackford starts "Ray" with a shot of Jamie Foxx's fingers hitting the piano keys and breaking into the unmistakable rhythms of "What'd I Say," it's clear that Ray Charles' unstoppable music will power this film. It's...
SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE2 stars (out of 4) There might be a lot to root for in "Brother to Brother," a low-budget indie about a black, gay college kid who befriends a living relic from the Harlem Renaissance, but there's little that made me actually like watching it. Ambitious...
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