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This weekend: âThe Gladesâ ends first season; Bryan Cranston hosts âSaturday Night Liveâ; âCSI: Miamiâ returnsThe TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe Florida-Alabama game is likely to send the CBS schedule soaring in this market Saturday night. The game starts at 8. But a couple ofÂ other notable programs this weekend have Florida connections. Here's my list: 1. “The Glades” concludes.....
This weekend: âThe Walking Dead,â âBoardwalk Empireâ end seasons; Robert De Niro to host âSaturday Night LiveâThe TV Guy - Orlando SentinelWhat's worth a look this weekend? Here's a list of programs that deserve your attention: 1. With chilling bravura, "The Walking Dead" concludes its first season at 10 p.m. Sunday on AMC....
Zap2ItIt's a drizzly Friday in mid-October in Manhattan Beach, Calif., just south of LAX, and "CSI: Miami" is throwing a party. But first, there's a physical altercation to be filmed in front of the Miami-Dade Police Department -- actually a green glass...
Tribune staff reporter3½ stars (out of four) Andy Stitzer, the titular protagonist of "The 40 Year-Old Virgin," drinks Fanta, meticulously assembles egg salad sandwiches, frames Asia concert posters and counts among his beloved action figures "The Six Million Dollar Man's"...
Zap2It.comIn the latest case of reality mirroring fiction, "CSI: Miami" became the second CBS procedural to experience a genuine corpse in last than a week. According to the Miami Herald, a dead body washed up next to the second unit crew of CBS' popular drama...
Zap2It.comMay sweeps got you down? All this talk about "only three episodes left" totally stressing you out? As fun as the finales, guest stars and life changing events are, ultimately all this brouhaha means one thing -- the season is coming to a close. No...
Special to The TimesLast Saturday, while you were busy doing something stupid, maybe knocking back that beer that put you over the edge — or was that you skulking guiltily into "Da Vinci Code" at the ArcLight, refusing to yell "thank you!" at that nice usher? —...
Zap2It.comAlana de la Garza knows a little bit about acting on a crime procedural, having spent much of last season in a recurring part on "CSI: Miami." Come fall, she'll take that experience to the current granddaddy of all crime shows, NBC's "Law & Order." De la...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday December 5, 1997 "Cold Around the Heart" is lowdown, outrageous trashy fun, a nifty neo-noir/pursuit picture charged with a torrid love affair straight out of "Duel in the Sun." We've seen what writer-director John Ridley serves up many...
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Times Staff WriterMargot Kidder is back, looking far too young and beautiful to be the mother of a 30-year-old son, and giving a beguiling performance as an easygoing parent in Stephen Kijak's skittish "Never Met Picasso." It's a wry comedy, decidedly on the callow side,...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 8, 2000 It may be unfair, but it's inevitable that "Proof of Life" is going to be seen, at least in the short run, through the lens of the off-screen romance that developed on location between co-stars Meg Ryan and Russell Crowe. The...
Times Staff WriterBrad Anderson's "Session 9" is an ingeniously scary movie. With the most effectively minimalist approach since "The Blair Witch Project," Anderson and his co-writer Stephen Gevedon took as their inspiration one of the most ominous buildings in America,...
Tags: Paul Guilfoyle, Sexual Assault, Ken Loach, Entertainment, Movies
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