|Genres||Action, Thriller, Spy|
|US Release Date||01/01/1998|
Craig T. Nelson is not happy with how the network has treated the drama.
We look to some comedy experts for answers.
Talk about typecasting.
Sons delivers a shocker.
If you love you some Chris Brown, the baby-faced soul man's predictable but heartfelt family dramedy will be the Christmas gift that keeps on giving.
A product of singular imagination by a filmmaker at the height of his prowess, <em>Pan's Labyrinth</em> is the kind of gothic fairy tale most movies are not--at once wildly fantastical yet elegantly rich in reality, magically inspiring yet profoundly disturbing.
Actor Robert Blake claims he once offered $250,000 to settle a wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the children of his murdered wife--a sum he no longer can afford.
Val Kilmer gives a strong performance, but the movie tries too hard to be edgy.
The box office preview of the weekend beginning March 15 Ice Age Ray Romano Denis Leary Showtime Eddie Murphy Robert De Niro Rene Russo Resident Evil Paul Anderson The Time Machine Simon Wells All About the Benjamins Ice Cube Mike Epps We Were Soliders Mel Gibson 40 Days and 40 Nights Josh Hartnett Kevin Costner Dragonfly Queen of the Damned Denzel Washington John Q Return to Never Land Big Fat Liar Mandy Moore The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson A Beautif
60 Minutes producer Don Hewitt has dismissed published speculation that California Congressman Gary Condit plans to grant an in-depth television -- and to give it to CBS Evening News, which has barely mentioned his admitted affair with missing intern Chandra Levy.
|Jerrold Lambert||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000001|
|John Fremes||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000002|
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