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Pay special attention to many series episodes debuting this week because they're scheduled to be submitted to Emmy judges determining nominees to be announced on July 19. Watch these series to see what will be entered by their stars as a sample of...
Zap2It.comAs has been the case with most of its original series, FX got solid ratings from the premiere of "The Riches" Monday night. The series, which stars Minnie Driver and Eddie Izzard as Irish Traveler con artists who set down roots in suburbia, drew 3.8...
Zap2It.comWhen I was very young, my favorite book was "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day." In the book, Alexander decides he'll move to Australia after bad things happen to him (gum in his hair, missing out on the prize in the cereal box,...
Four of last year's drama nominees return (only "The West Wing" left the air) and all look difficult to dislodge: 2004 winner "The Sopranos" (HBO), "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC), "House" (Fox) and last year's champ "24" (Fox). But competition is fierce in...
MetromixGetting a straight answer from posh British funnyman Eddie Izzard is akin to cat herding. The Emmy-winning stand-up star, known to dabble in a little cross-dressing on stage (see his special "Dress to Kill" for a visual), speaks in tangents. But now, for...
MetromixAs weird as its storyline and many elements may be, "The Riches" is actually a none-too-subtle commentary on the American dream. Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver star as Wayne and Dahlia Malloy, the parents of three who raise their brood out of an RV....
Zap2It.comThe shoe beckons from across a department store floor. Alone on its podium, it taunts, calling your name. Men, at least straight men, do not hear shoe voices, but any woman who has ever come home flushed with the excitement of finding the perfect shoes...
Tribune criticJudging by Mark Twain's comment about the music of Richard Wagner ("better than it sounds"), if Twain were around to see "Valkyrie" he'd likely say it's better than it seems. Faint praise for an interesting film with an asterisk, the asterisk being Tom...
Tags: Movies, Valkyrie (movie), Richard Wagner, Tom Cruise, England
Special to The TimesMOST Hollywood actresses won't tackle their "Raging Bull" moment until they've established their actual comely credentials somewhere on record. Minnie Driver is not most actresses. Thirteen years ago, she launched her film career as the chubby, awkward...
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87 min. Rated PG Directed by Anthony Leondis (Director; Lilo & Stich 2) Have you ever seen a kid's movie that was completely not for kids? But not in that, "oh, the humor is for adults, and it's too sophisticated for kids" kind of way... but...
Chicago Tribune"The Wild," the latest feature cartoon from Walt Disney Studios, starts out with a few strikes against it, including a story suspiciously similar to last year's "Madagascar." But "The Wild," as it turns out, is better than its zoo-escape rival. It has a...
Tags: Movies, Gaming, Animation (genre), Greg Cipes, Chris Rock
Zap2ItA scheme to assassinate Adolf Hitler, hatched by some of those within his own party, fuels director Bryan Singer's compelling drama. As unlikely as producer and star Tom Cruise might seem as the leader of the plot wearing an eye patch, no less he...
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