Articles tagged loretta devine

The Best Television Performers of 2008

More than anything, though, I wish all those political pundits would take some time off, to rest and let their vocal cords recuperate. That truly would make for a happy new year.

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6 Feb 2008 // 12:53 AM

Eli Stone

Eli Stone deals with weighty issues -- the purpose of life, the inevitability of death, and corporate liability -- but all of it is infused with levity.

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11 Jan 2008 // 1:49 AM

First Sunday

Of all the players, Katt Williams appears to comprehend the unpleasantness of the entire exercise.

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20 Nov 2007 // 9:00 PM

This Christmas

A typical domestic dramedy, This Christmas offers one exceptional moment: Chris Brown performing "Try a Little Tenderness."

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29 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

King’s Ransom (2005)

Malcolm King (Anthony Anderson) is a miserable rich man.

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1 Jan 1995 // 12:03 AM

Boston Public

Boston Public is, in short, a view of high school that dovetails with conservatives' worst fears: here, teachers can't teach because the students are too horny and violent to learn.

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Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)

Amy's just come up with her final project concept: a serial killer whose murders are based on urban legends. (Um, didn't someone already make this movie?)"

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1 Jan 1995 // 12:03 AM

Kingdom Come (2001)

What the film does especially well is explore the perpetual strains and stresses of family relationships, especially with the added duress of scraping by, day to day, in an economy that shows no mercy. That 'Kingdom Come' does all this through comedy makes the exploration both more and less painful.

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1 Jan 1995 // 12:03 AM

I Am Sam (2001)

'I Am Sam' will not let these characters be: they must run the gamut of movie-of-the-week emotions... A to B.

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