158 search results for McCoy


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  • L.A. Confidential - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Feb 2, 2010

    Based on the best-selling novel by James Ellroy and directed by Curtis Hanson, this award-winning crime drama explores both the dark side of the Los Angeles police force and Southern California's criminal underbelly in the early '50s, when Hollywood was still seen as America's capital of sophistication, glitter, and glamour. Dudley Smith (James Cromwell) is the head of the LAPD and is loyal to his officers and eager to turn a blind eye to violence or corruption within his department, as long as it's the "bad guys" who are getting hurt. Bud White (Russell Crowe) is a police detective whose violent and cynical nature is often at war with his basic sense of decency and justice. Ed Exley (Guy Pearce) is a beat cop-turned-detective whose strict by-the-book philosophy and willingness to blow the whistle on other officers is balanced by a shrewd and opportunistic understanding of the internal politics of the department. And Jack Vincennes (Kevin Spacey) is a flashy "Hollywood" detective who serves as technical advisor for the TV series Badge of Honor. He is also in cahoots with Sid Hudgeons (Danny DeVito), publisher of the scandal sheet Hush Hush, who throws kickbacks to Vincennes in exchange for being brought along when showbiz figures get busted. White, Exley, and Vincennes find themselves drawn into a tangled and sticky web of violence and betrayal following a multiple murder at a coffee shop that is believed to be part of an effort by Mickey Cohen (Paul Guilfoyle) to consolidate his hold on organized crime in L.A. This lead appears to be connected to the discovery of a bizarre pornography and call-girl ring operated by Pierce Patchett (David Strathairn), whose women are given plastic surgery so that they more closely resemble well-known movie stars. White's role in the investigation is complicated when he falls for Lynn Bracken (Kim Basinger), one of Patchett's prostitutes, who is the spitting image of Veronica Lake. L.A. Confidential was nominated for nine Academy Awards and netted two, with Brian Helgeland honored for Best Adapted Screenplay, and Kim Basinger taking home a statuette as Best Supporting Actress. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Tom Berenger, Powers Boothe, Mare Winningham added to History's 'Hatfields and McCoys'

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Aug 30, 2011

    Trio joining Bill Paxton and Kevin Costner for fact-based miniseries
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    New 'Star Trek Into Darkness' trailer offers more action, space and Captain Kirk

    Type: Article | Date: Saturday, Mar 9, 2013

    The Enterprise crew do battle on land, sea and air
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    'Star Trek' cast speaks: new secrets revealed

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

    It's a whole new crew of the Enterprise in J.J. Abram's "Star Trek" and the c...
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    Chris Brown headed to BET Haiti relief telethon

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, Feb 5, 2010

    What would you say if you got this guy on the phone?
  • T.V. Sets - Beyond the Ordinary - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Aug 25, 2009

    Includes - Star Trek: The Man Trap (1966) Joan of Arcadia: Pilot (2003) The 4400: Pilot (2004) Medium: Pilot (2005) Star Trek: The Man Trap The Starship Enterprise makes a routine call at the arid, uninhabited planet M-113 in order for Dr. McCoy (DeForest Kelley) to give a required annual medical check-up of the husband-and-wife team of archeologists working there. One seemingly minor complication is that Nancy Crater (Jeanne Bal), the wife, was once involved romantically with McCoy. Captain Kirk and Dr. McCoy meet with an irrationally hostile reception from Robert Crater (Alfred Ryder), however, and then members of the crew start turning up dead from unknown causes. Ultimately, it's determined that they were killed by a sudden and medically inexplicable loss of all the salt from their bodies. The mystery deepens as some crew members find themselves approached by mysteriously compelling strangers, and the planet below is short one of its two inhabitants. Eventually, Kirk and Spock determine that their adversary is the last native inhabitant of the planet, a kind of salt "vampire" that has the ability to alter its appearance to the shape of whoever its victim most wants to see. Needless to say, finding the vampire aboard the ship is easier said than done. Its shape-shifting ability has also allowed it to temporarily incapacitate McCoy, whose ignorance of events nearly costs Kirk his life. ~ Bruce Eder, All Movie Guide Joan of Arcadia: Pilot No synopsis available. The 4400: Pilot More than 4000 people who disappeared over the past half-century are returned to Earth by a vehicle at first mistaken for a comet. Peter Coyote stars as the head of the government agency investigating the event. ~ Jeanette Martin, All Movie Guide Medium: Pilot No synopsis available.
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    Arcade Fire and Miley Cyrus rule this week's Spotify charts

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Sep 17, 2013

    Janelle Monae doubles down with 'Primetime' and 'Give Em What They Love'
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    Karl Urban: 'Star Trek 3' should take a more 'original' approach than 'Into Darkness'

    Type: Article | Date: Sunday, Aug 4, 2013

    Actor believes the franchise should strive to be different next time
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    Flaming Lips giving late Steve Jobs a musical tribute at MTV O Awards

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

    Oklahoma band to tackle the Beatles' 'Revolution'
  • Doctor Who - Delta and the Bannermen - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 1, 2009

    Includes - Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 1 (1987) Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 3 (1987) Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 2 (1987) Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 1 Winning a trip to the Disneyland of 1959, the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Melanie (Bonnie Langford) collide en route with a satellite. The would-be vacationers end up in a Welsh holiday camp called the Shangri-La -- which is presently under siege by the Bannermen, a pair of genocidal assassins who have targeted another vacationer, Chimeron princess Delta (Belinda Mayne). American funnyman Stubby Kaye guest stars as Mr. Weismuller, while British TV game show host Ken Dodd appears briefly as the Tollmaster. Written by Malcolm Kohll, the three-episode "Delta and the Bannermen" began its original BBC run on November 2, 1987. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 3 In the conclusion of the three-part story "Delta and the Bannermen," the Bannerman Warfleet steps up its efforts to assassinate Princess Delta of Chimeron (Belinda Mayne), as well as the infant heir apparent to the throne. In trying to prevent this, the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Mel (Bonnie Langford) learn to their surprise that the Chimeron infant doesn't really need any help. Watch for the Doctor's eyeglasses in the climactic chase scene (though quite nearsighted, actor McCoy was determined to drive a motorcycle without the assistance of a stunt man). Written by Malcolm Kohll, "Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 3" originally aired on November 16, 1987. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 2 In the second episode of the three-part story "Delta and the Bannermen," the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Mel (Bonnie Langford) are still stranded in Shangri-La -- not the fabled Tibetan lamasery, but instead a run-down holiday camp in Wales. While Mel learns a few surprising facts about her new friend, Chimeron princess Delta (Belinda Mayne), the Doctor attempts to rescue both ladies from being assassinated by a stalker in blue-suede shoes. Written by Malcolm Kohll, "Delta and the Bannermen, Episode 2" originally aired on November 9, 1987. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide