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  • Oren Peli talks “The River” and how long he hopes it will flow

     
    If you’re not yet familiar with the name Oren Peli, just find yourself a scary movie fan. Even horror flick aficionados who thought they’d seen it all (I live with several) got the bejesus scared out of them by Paranormal Activity, the spare,...
  • This week: Ricky Martin on ‘Glee’; Gibbs in jeopardy on ‘NCIS’; memorable dolls on ‘The River’

     
    The week comes packed with big episodes, guest stars and mysteries. A few program reminders: 1. NBC hopes the Super Bowl elevated interest in its lineup. ”The Voice,” which started season two after the big game, moves into its regular slot...
  • Tuesday’s Highlights: 'Glee' on Fox

     
    Tuesday’s Highlights: 'Glee' on Fox...
  • TV tonight: ‘NCIS’ offers instant primer; Ricky Martin visits ‘Glee’; ‘The River’ starts rolling

     
    Jane Curtin joins the cast of "Unforgettable" at 10 on CBS. Perhaps you loved her on "Saturday Night Live," "Kate & Allie" or "3rd Rock From the Sun." In dramatic circumstances, she remains amusing as a determined medical examiner....
  • Survey asks: 'What is your main reason for watching TV?'

     
    People watch television to be entertained and informed, survey says....
  • ABC’s midseason: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ returns March 19

     
    The greatest hopes are three dramas: "Missing," with Ashley Judd as a former CIA agent searching for her missing son; "The River," with Bruce Greenwood as a TV wildlife expert who goes missing in the Amazon; and "GCB," which stands for "Good Christian...
  • Karen Dawn's Thanksgiving turkey rescue

     
    Animal activist and author Karen Dawn makes a point of having turkey for dinner every Thanksgiving, but the birds are at the table, not on it. For the fourth year in a row, Dawn, the author of the book Thanking the Monkey: Rethinking the Way We Treat...
  • Movie Review: Mao’s Last Dancer

     
    Here's a quaint little artifact from those dark days when Chinese youth were raised to believe that everyone was starving in evil, imperialist America, that all any good Chinese citizen needed was a copy of Mao's Little Red Book to get by. OK, maybe it'...
  • Making 'Mao's Last Dancer' required some fancy footwork

     
    "Mao's Last Dancer," the new movie directed by Bruce Beresford, tells the true story of Li Cunxin, a ballet star from China whose defection to the U.S. in 1981 while a resident at the Houston Ballet prompted a dramatic 21-hour......
  • Indie film 'Mao's Last Dancer' has impressive legs

     
    Critics mostly thought that the movie "Mao's Last Dancer" had two left feet. But thanks to word of mouth and a steady stream of ticket buyers, this Australian movie about a Chinese ballet dancer is proving to have a sturdy......
  • The films of 2011 — a pretty complete list

     
    Dates are changing, studios are firming up release plans, figuring out what will actually be finished in time for this or that target date, in some cases. Films will be picked up at Sundance and find their way into theaters. Documentaries will find a...
  • ‘Dinner for Schmucks,’ why it works

     
    As building, slow-burn comedies go, the French farces of Francis Veber don't have a lot of peers in the modern cinema. Hollywood, when it remakes them, often overburdens the movies with American comic star power and one-liners and raunch. “Dinner...