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Gold DerbyHere's who I predict will score bids when Emmy Awards nominations are unveiled Thursday morning: BEST DRAMA SERIES "Breaking Bad" "Damages" "Dexter" "Mad Men" "The Good Wife" "Lost" ALTERNATES: "Big Love," "Friday Night Lights," "House M.D.," "Sons of...
Zap2It.comIn a rush of trade paper-announced casting, CBS has found leads for a quintet of pilots, including the supernatural drama "Demons" and the Hugh Jackman-produced musical "Viva Laughlin." Toplining "Demons," as an exorcism-performing priest-turned-...
Zap2It.comSteve Harris, formerly of "The Practice," is jumping back into the crime-and-punishment game, while NBC has found its "Bionic Woman" in the U.K. Harris has signed on to "Protect and Serve," a cop show set up at CBS. NBC, meanwhile, has found its...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 11, 1998 Great athletes are of life and larger than it. Their personal dramas are acted out in public, their starkly outlined victories and defeats written in large, unmistakable letters. We watch their struggles with something like...
FOR THE TIMESFriday December 25, 1998 The moment of truth in Tom Shadyac's "Patch Adams," the moment that will test audience willingness to suspend disbelief, comes at about the midpoint of the movie when a man writhing in agony with pancreatic cancer is made to...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday August 27, 1999 "The Very Thought of You" is yet another blithe yet engaging romantic comedy from Britain distinguished by the ingenuity of its intricate plot and the appeal of its four stars. If you can't get enough of films like "Notting...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 6, 2001 There are both mysteries and surprises in "Along Came a Spider," a reasonably diverting albeit frequently improbable thriller, but the biggest mystery of all is hardly a surprise: How does star Morgan Freeman manage to give a...
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER3 stars (out of 4) Director James Wan's "Saw" is a nasty, nasty piece of business. And I mean that in the nicest possible way. Even for those with ironclad stomachs and eccentric movie tastes, Wan's tense, grisly cinematic morsel won't go down easy....
Times Staff WriterYou can always count on a serial killer for some memorable lessons in righteous living. No other type of cinematic villain is so didactic, so fundamentalist in his values, so committed to life coaching. It takes an intolerant ideologue with a black-and-...
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