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Season 1 is out on Blu-ray and Peter thinks we need more 'Twilight Zone' in our Sci-Fi
In this sweet but very slight modern-day fairy tale, a plucky Christina Ricci seeks out a husband who believes beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That's easier said than done, especially when you have a snout instead of a nose.
Movie moguls Harvey and Bob Weinstein are forging ahead with plans to release a Louisiana-based horror film this week, as the devastated region continues to recover following Hurricane Katrina.
Michael Moore's controversial documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 broke single-day box office records at the two New York theaters where it played Wednesday. Also in the news: Bill Clinton, Billy Crystal , Barbara Walters, Barbra Steisand, Billy Crystal, Neil Diamond, Dave Matthews, Whoopi Goldberg, John Kerry, Bill Hemmer, Lester Holt, Shepard Smith, Dan Rather, Tom Brokaw, Tommy Lee, Sean Christie, Bob Dylan and Jonathan Davis.
"OCEAN'S FOUR?" The 1960 Frank Sinatra/Rat Pack heist comedy "Ocean's Eleven," about former military guys who reunite to rob a bunch of Vegas casinos, isn't exactly a National Film Registry-bound oeuvre destined for the Pantheon of Cinema Classics. No matter. Although it's the new millennium, Hollywood still knows no shame in venturing where no others dare in scavenging for material. Thus, we have on the boards plans for a remake of "Ocean's Eleven," courtesy of Warner Bros. and producer Jerry W
The box office preview of the weekend beginning Feb. 1 Nicole Kidman Ben Chaplin Birthday Girl Slackers Devon Sawa The Count of Monte Cristo Kevin Reynolds Richard Gere The Mothman Prophecies Mandy Moore A Walk to Remember I Am Sam Steve Oedekerk Kung Pow: Enter the Fist Orange County The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson Black Hawk Down Ridley Scott Jerry Bruckheimer A Beautiful Mind Ron Howard Vanilla Sky Kate & Leopold Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 27, 2000 -- Acting ability aside, you have to admire Madonna's tenacity when it comes to putting herself time and again in front of the lens, raw and intrepid -- as if she's never heard of seriously bad flicks such as "Body of Evidence," "Who's That Girl" and "Shanghai Express." The list goes on and on. "Next Best Thing" So this Friday finds the M One going at it all over again with "The Next Best Thing" (opening nationwide). In her continual quest to prove that sh
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 23, 2000 -- The Jacqueline Susann biopic "Isn't She Great" comes to life this week with Bette Midler as the famed author. Also opening wide this week is the Ewan McGregor-Ashley Judd psychological suspense thriller, "Eye of the Beholder." Here's a list of all the films opening this week. Opening Wednesday "Kestrel's Eye" (First Run) -- Directed by Swedish filmmaker Mikael Kristersson, this documentary chronicles the lives of a family of kestrels nesting in the tower of
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