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  • 'Without a Trace's' Anthony LaPaglia is returning to CBS

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Mar 14, 2014

    'Without a Trace's' Anthony LaPaglia is returning to CBS Lena Dunham: I’m not quitting acting after “Girls” TLC’s “The Man With the 132-Pound Scrotum” star is dead at 49
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    Mental

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Mar 29, 2013

    Toni Collette stars in this film from the director of "Muriel's Wedding."
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    Drama pilots: Michael Ealy is J.J. Abrams' robo-cop, Tracie Thoms monster-mashes

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Feb 28, 2013

    Also: 'Without a Trace''s Anthony LaPaglia gets hitched to Felicity Huffman
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    Without a Trace

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2009

    Star Anthony LaPaglia generated the story for this all-new "Without a Trace"
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    Emmy Nomination Preview 2009 - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama

    Type: Gallery | Date: Wednesday, Jul 15, 2009

    Jon Hamm, "Mad Men" Nomination Status: A lock for a nomination Bottom Line:...
  • The Client - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    A sterling cast headed by Oscar-nominated Susan Sarandon makes this slick thriller one of the better adaptations of a John Grisham bestseller. Mark Sway (Brad Renfro) witnesses the suicide of a Mafia lawyer, who confesses that the Mob was behind the murder of a U.S. senator. Mark's brother is traumatized into a coma by the incident; gangster Barry Muldano (Anthony LaPaglia) is soon on Mark's trail, and in desperation, he arrives at the office of recovering alcoholic lawyer Reggie Love (Sarandon). With the Mob after them, and a ruthless federal attorney (Tommy Lee Jones) trying to force Mark to reveal what he knows, Love battles to guarantee the safety of her client and his family. The relationship between Reggie Love and Mark Sway is the center of the film, adding considerable character development to plot's routine elements. Director Joel Schumacher helmed another Grisham adaptation, A Time To Kill, in 1996. ~ Don Kaye, All Movie Guide
  • Empire Records - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    A funky little record shop provides the setting for this youthful comedy that centers on the workers there as they try to help poor Joe Anthony LaPaglia), the manager who really wants to buy the place, recoup his losses after his well-meaning, but dim-bulbed employee Lucas (Rory Cochrane ) steals his savings and loses it all in Atlantic City while trying to increase it twofold at the gaming tables. If they cannot come up with the loot, the mega-chain Music City will buy it. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide
  • Drew Carey & Craig Ferguson are swapping jobs for April Fool’s Day

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Mar 17, 2014

    Drew Carey & Craig Ferguson are swapping jobs for April Fool’s Day “The Americans” is stumbling into timeliness Check out Ben McKenzie as Det. Jim Gordon filming “Gotham”
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    Watch: Ryan Kwanten basks in the mythology of 'True Bood' and 'Ga'Hoole'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Sep 22, 2010

    Dedicated fans 'are a blessing and a curse'
  • Winona Ryder Star Collection

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    Includes:1969 (1989) Great Balls of Fire! (1989), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Mermaids (1990), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Autumn in New York (2000), MPAA Rating: PG-13 1969 Ernest Thompson, the playwright responsible for the Pulitzer Prize winning On Golden Pond, makes his directorial debut with 1969. Kiefer Sutherland plays a draft-age youth who undergoes an epiphany when one of his friends is killed in Vietnam. Sutherland's subsequent antiwar stance causes a great deal of tension within his own family, though his mother, Mariette Hartley, tries her best to understand. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Great Balls of Fire! Until its last 10 minutes or so, this filmed biography of controversial recording star Jerry Lee Lewis plays like a live-action cartoon. As played by Dennis Quaid, "the killer" is a very mixed-up individual: a saintly sinner, a world-wise naif, a skilled performer with zero sense of discipline, a loving husband who uses his wife for a punching bag. The story takes place during the years 1956 through 1958, as Lewis rises to the top of the charts with such hits as "Crazy Arms," "A Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," and the title tune. Along the way, he falls in love with his second cousin Myra (Winona Ryder), eventually marrying the girl. When it is revealed that Myra is only 13 years old, Lewis is condemned as a molester and pervert by the public (his disastrous tour of England during this crisis is depicted in hilarious Tex Avery fashion). After establishing a brisk, satirical tone through most of the proceedings, the film plummets into heavy dramatics in its final portions, jarring disastrously with all that has gone before. Otherwise, Quaid is terrific as Lewis (expertly lip-synching to the original records,) and Ryder is equally good as the long-suffering Myra. Featured in the cast are Alec Baldwin as Jerry's cousin Jimmy Swaggart (the same!), Michael St. Gerard as Lewis' great rival Elvis, and Steve Allen as himself. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Mermaids There's no point in recounting the many production problems and personal hostilities which plagued the filming of Mermaids: the end result is all that matters. Set in the 1960s, the film details the relationship between an unorthodox, unmarried vagabond mother (Cher), and her two daughters. The 15-year-old (Winona Ryder), continually embarrassed by her flamboyant mother, wants to be the world's greatest Catholic; the nine-year-old (Christina Ricci) would be satisfied with becoming the world's champion swimmer. Moving with her family to New England, the older daughter falls in love from afar with the groundskeeper (Michael Schoeffling) from a nearby convent, while Mom takes up with a lonely salesman (Bob Hoskins). Mermaids is perceptively adapted from the warmly comic novel by Patty Dann. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Autumn in New York An man gets an unexpected lesson in love and life from a much younger woman in this romantic drama. Will Keane (Richard Gere) is a wealthy 50-year-old restaurant tycoon who has a knack for wooing beautiful women, but is unable to commit to a lasting relationship. On day Will meets a beautiful woman in her early-20s named Charlotte Fielding (Winona Ryder); he turns on the charm in an effort to impress her, and soon the two are having an affair. But what Will thought would be a brief, casual fling proves to have far deeper repercussions when he learns that Charlotte is suffering from a serious illness and does not have long to live. Autumn in New York was directed by actress-turned-filmmaker Joan Chen and co-stars Anthony LaPaglia, Elaine Stritch, and Jillian Hennessy. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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