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Fox 5 San Diego staffI don’t mind a comedy going for two hours but when a lot of it isn’t working, I start to wonder why they didn’t just cut 20 minutes off the thing. I often watch movies with Jason Segel wanting to punch his face. I’m not sure why....
Show TrackerOn "The Good Wife," Cary finally returned to the firm and Kalinda found herself in trouble with Lemond Bishop....
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelSunday will be packed with new drama, including "Mad Men" and "The Killing" on AMC, "Game of Thrones" on HBO and "Harry's Law" on NBC. "Once Upon a Time" offers the first for four new episodes at 8 p.m. Sunday on ABC. On "The Good Wife," at 9 p.m....
Show TrackerTV listings for the week of Oct. 30 - Nov. 5 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found at: www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv This week's TV Movies RESULTS: The twelve finalists face elimination...
Zap2It.com"Commander in Chief" ended up becoming a lame duck, but perhaps creator Rod Lurie will have better luck with another woman in power project. Lurie's 2004 pilot "Capital City" was rejected by ABC, but the fledgling CW has decided to give it a try instead....
| next episode | back to the One Tree Hill episode guide Written by Anna Lotto Directed by David Paymer What's the drama: Peyton and Haley team up with Brooke in a trifecta road trip to NYC for the fashion experience of a lifetime. They're confident...
TIMES STAFF WRITERIt's unfortunate that director Neal Slavin's earnest adaptation of Arthur Miller's "Focus," a 1945 novel that is the playwright's first published work, is more awkward than convincing, because its theme--discrimination that begins with nothing more than...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 5, 1999 "Parker steals. Parker kills. It's a living." Or so claimed the paperback blurb copy for the series of drop-dead hard-boiled novels about a nerveless professional criminal that Donald Westlake wrote in the 1960s and '70s...
Tags: Crimes, Mel Gibson, Anna Karina, Entertainment, Health
FOR THE TIMESFriday December 25, 1998 If you were shut out of this season's toy-buying frenzy for Furbys and are dreading the disappointment you'll see on your kids' faces Christmas morning, take heart. The best new pet toy of Christmas '98 will be available...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday September 1, 1999 "Chill Factor" melts swiftly. As the theme-park-ride movie of the week, it jolts over Montana highways like a roller coaster loaded with thrills and spills, but don't expect a shred of credibility. If you find yourself...
Times Film CriticContradictory as it sounds, Hollywood is the kind of place you have to despair of to truly love. Where else can a director caught in an untruth say, "It's not a lie, it's a gift for fiction," or a producer insist, "I made $11 million last year and I don't...
Tags: Entertainment, Alec Baldwin, Contracts, Sprague, Politics
Times Staff Writer"Alex & Emma" presents itself as a romantic comedy about a writer who's having problems producing what turns out to be an excellent book. In reality, it is a not particularly comic or romantic film about the writing of a truly tedious novel. This is...
Tags: Entertainment, Sophie Marceau, Peter Guber, Gaming, Goldie Hawn
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