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  • Nyc-22-pilot_home_top_story

    'NYC 22' - 'Pilot': Rookie blues

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Apr 15, 2012

    What did everybody think of the new CBS cop drama?
  • Nyc-22-review_home_top_story

    Review: CBS' 'NYC 22' a disappointingly generic cop drama

    Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Apr 14, 2012

    Adam Goldberg and Leelee Sobieski play rookie cops in series created by Richard Price
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    Dear Robert Zemeckis, Regarding 'Roger Rabbit'...

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Nov 1, 2009

    I'm totally game for a sequel, but I have one thought
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    New films from Clark Gregg, Neil LaBute and Whoopi Goldberg lead Tribeca fest selections

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Mar 6, 2013

    Josh Fox revisits fracking with 'Gasland' sequel as well
  • Nyc22_pilot_652_home_top_story

    CBS sets 'NYC 22' for Sundays in April

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Feb 1, 2012

    Terry Kinney, Adam Goldberg and Leelee Sobieski lead the procedural
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    Review: HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' is back for season 4

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Sep 5, 2013

    Jeffrey Wright and Ron Livingston are new faces in the sprawling but satisfying period crime drama
  • Flashback - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 15, 2009

    A yuppie and a hippie are the offbeat pairing of this character comedy in the tradition of earlier mismatched buddy films such as Midnight Run (1988). Kiefer Sutherland is uptight, 26-year-old FBI agent John Buckner, who's been assigned to escort an aging counterculture radical named Huey Walker (Dennis Hopper) to Oregon for trial on a charge that's decades old. Buckner finds Huey's lifestyle and beliefs irresponsible. Once the two are bound for their Pacific Northwest destination, Huey begins to play psychological mind games with the straight-arrow Buckner, convincing him that he's tripping on hallucinogenic drugs, getting him drunk, and setting him up with a hooker named Sparkle (Kathleen York). Huey trades places with his captor and soon a game of cat-and-mouse is afoot as the agent pursues the one-time radical, with surprising revelations abounding regarding Buckner's childhood and Huey's motivations for allowing himself to be captured. Flashback also stars Carol Kane, Cliff De Young, Richard Masur, Michael McKean, and Paul Dooley. ~ Karl Williams, All Movie Guide
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    Newest 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' trailer explores the price of being a superhero

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Feb 13, 2014

    Plus: A new featurette reveals Stan Lee's cameo
  • House of Wax - DVD

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

    This simplified (but lavish) remake of the 1933 melodrama The Mystery of the Wax Museum was the most financially successful 3-D production of the 1950s. In his first full-fledged "horror" role, Vincent Price plays Prof. Henry Jarrod, the owner of a wax museum, whose partner, Matthew Burke (Roy Roberts), intends to burn the place down for the insurance money. When Jarrod tries to prevent Burke from torching the museum, he himself is trapped in the conflagration. Years pass: though now confined to a wheelchair, Jarrod manages to open up a new museum in New York, boasting the most incredibly lifelike wax statues ever seen. At the same time, a masked prowler has been stalking the city, murdering people and then stealing their bodies from the mortuary. One of the victims is Jarrod's old nemesis Burke; another is Cathy Gray (Carolyn Jones), the roommate of art student Sue Allen (Phyllis Kirk). On a visit to the wax museum, Sue can't help but notice that the wax likeness of Joan of Arc is a dead ringer for her deceased friend Cathy -- while the courtly Jarrod declares joyously that Sue is the living image of Marie Antoinette. Guess where this is going to wind up? Frank Lovejoy and Paul Picerni co-star as the nominal heroes, while Charles Bronson -- still billed as Charles Buchinsky -- is a menacing presence as Jarrod's deaf-mute chief sculptor (appropriately named "Igor"). No opportunity to show off the 3-D process is wasted during House of Wax; the most memorable stereoscopic moments are provided by garrulous "paddle-ball man" Reggie Rymal. Ironically, Andre De Toth, the film's director, had only one good eye, and had to constantly ask his cast and crew if the various 3-D effects had come off properly. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
  • Treme-ill-fly-away-clarke-peters_home_top_story

    'Treme' - 'I'll Fly Away': Stormy weather

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Jun 20, 2010

    A finale flashback puts the season into a new perspective.
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