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Zap2It.comShould TV Land still exist a generation from now, there's a decent chance its viewers will get to wax nostalgic over the lives and loves of those pretty interns at Seattle Grace Hospital. "Grey's Anatomy," the show about said interns, was designated a...
Zap2It.comWe're friends, right? There are times when I write something and I know, I just know, I'm going to incur your wrath. And, alas, this is going to be one of those times. This is something I've addressed before but I think it's time to truly own up to...
The TV ZoneYup, that's the big important date to remember, when TCM will devote its full Sunday schedule to Paul Newman classics, including ...Cool Hand Luke (1967), Somebody up There Likes Me (1956), Torn Curtain (1966), Exodus (1960), Hud (1963), and......
Chicago Tribune staff reporterAs his van winds through scenic Coldwater Canyon, Dennis Kucinich experiences a musical flashback. Although his destitute childhood, tumultuous term as "boy wonder" mayor and new life as a congressman were set in Cleveland's gritty neighborhoods, it was...
For The TimesKnowing at the outset that adultery with a voluptuous college coed is a major plot element in "The Lay of the Land" makes its title the first of a series of embarrassments for its makers. Aiming for sophistication and wit, the movie achieves only a...
Tags: Education, Ed Begley Jr., Movies, Comedy (genre), Entertainment
TIMES STAFF WRITERSaturday March 10, 2001 "Get Over It" is a blithe-spirited comedy in which teenagers discover their romantic vicissitudes mirrored in their high school production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." It's being directed by their nasty drama teacher...
Tags: Ben Foster, Comedy (genre), Sisqo, Miramax Films, Swoosie Kurtz
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersHollywood's new buzzword is "appropriate." That's appropriate as in "respectful," "subdued" and "sober," not to be confused with "somber," which has yet to be invited to the Oscars. Will Smith, who was scheduled to be a presenter at this year's...
Times Staff WriterTeen sex comedies don't come more mindless than Joseph A. Pineda's "Going Down," a movie so seriously underinspired it's hard to imagine it appealing to anyone but fantasy-prone middle schoolers who can barely wait to live it up like their older...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday September 13, 1995 Jeff Seymour's "Rave Review" is a jaunty, amusing dark comedy about a local little-theater director who goes to Faustian lengths to ensure that a crucial production succeeds at the box office. Founder of the now-...
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