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Zap2It.comAfter a lengthy process in which nearly every 30-something actor in Hollywood was linked to the role, the part of Harvey Dent in the upcoming sequel "The Dark Knight" appears to be going to Aaron Eckhart. According to a variety of media reports (and...
WatchdogExcellent job out of Fang's Bites rounding up these old Peter Puck episodes from the 1970s. I quite enjoy Sundays in late February and early March. No NFL, no March Madness, no baseball. Nothing but cold drizzle and the numbing......
Sentinel Television CriticIn sweeps, size matters. The ratings periods are all about drawing the biggest crowds to shows hyped as events. Although few programs warrant the buildup, broadcast executives merrily brag about their results anyway. Ultimately, the four-week sweeps...
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 13, 2000 Of the many dimwitted ego-trippers and self-deluded goofballs who pop up repeatedly on "Saturday Night Live," the one character who seemed least likely to carry a feature-length film on his own is Leon, a.k.a. "The Ladies...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 20, 2001 "The Visit" powerfully depicts the flowering of spiritual redemption within a young man who has every reason to give in to despair. It marks the directorial debut of Jordan Walker-Pearlman, who in his adaptation of the...
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...
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER1˝ stars (out of 4) A movie of dazzling natural scenery and mind-numbing melodrama, James Slocum's "The Last Place on Earth" draws heavily from the soap opera playbook. Midwestern writer/director/producer Slocum, who graduated from Northwestern...
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Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"The Jacksons--An American Dream" is that rare television biography that sings, though its tune is frequently downbeat. It's a rocking, pulsating, gyrating, bewitching five hours that resonate the angry rhythms behind the joyous music of a dysfunctional...
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